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2009 Big Bobber Ice Fishing Contest Results!

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Prize Winners - 2009 Big Bobber Ice Fishing Contest

# Prize Donor Winner's Name Winner's City/State

1 $2,500 Cash MSU Terri Price Mankato, MN

2 Humminbird Ice 55 Johnson Outdoors Brad Mawby North Mankato, MN

3 Humminbird Ice 45 Johnson Outdoors Darin Hinze Janesville, MN

4 Marcum VXI Pro Bobber Shop Bryan Fries Belle Plaine, MN

5 Marcum VXI Pro Bobber Shop Stu McKee Cleveland, MN

6 Microsoft Zune Pepsi Mike Mayo St. Peter, MN

7 Minnkota Camo 55-36" Motor Johnson Outdoors Jeff Becker North Mankato, MN

8 Minnkota Endura 40-36" Johnson Outdoors John Westendorf Mankato, MN

9 Smooth Moves Boat Seat H2O on the Go Dave Marquette Mankato, MN

10 Four Pack of Dakota Decoys Kruger Farms Wade Schnobrich New Ulm, MN

11 Sparx Mini Refrigerator Locher Bros Josh Fromm St. Peter, MN

12 Fish TV Plus Bobber Shop Larry Heemeyer Mankato, MN

13 Fish TV Plus Bobber Shop Brett Kortuem (not given)

14 Fish TV Plus Bobber Shop Anthony Solyntjes Mankato, MN

15 Fish TV Plus Bobber Shop Jay Chatleain North Mankato, MN

16 Guided Day Fishing Tight Lines Fishing Drew Seppman Mankato, MN

17 Guided Day Fishing Danny Suggs Outdoors Bob Brunz Madison Lake, MN

18 Guided Day Fishing Brett King Kent Lea Blooming Prairie, MN

19 Guided Day Fishing Danny Suggs Outdoors Toby Begnaud Lake Crystal, MN

20 Guided Day Fishing Tight Lines Fishing Gaylord Hamilton Kasota, MN

21 MN Wild Tickets MN Wild Kevin Tapper Rosemount, MN

22 StrikeMaster Glide Lite Bobber Shop Russ Carlson Owatonna, MN

23 Optics Sunglasses Drummer Companies Darel Heiken Mankato, MN

24 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim David Stierlen Mankato, MN

25 Rapala Fishing Pack Kruger Farms Brian Korzenowski Plymouth, MN

26 Holiday Inn Package Holiday Inn Patrick Schlitz North Mankato, MN

27 Four Pack Dakota Decoys Dakota Decoys Brendon Work Burnsville, MN

28 Catch Cover slush Bucket Noble RV Travis Leibfried Mankato, MN

29 Big Bobber Floating Cooler Pack Noble RV Randy Anderson Madison Lake, MN

30 Four Pack Dakota Decoys Dakota Decoys Joe Janish LeSueur, MN

31 Smoker Unit Locher Bros Eric Willaert Good Thunder, MN

32 9" Digital Picture Frame MSU Computer Stare Matt Kittelson Blooming Prairie, MN

33 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Brianna Dose Mankato, MN

34 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Bryan Braaten Lindstrom, MN

35 Summer Party Cruise Westwood Marina Dustin Sargent Cleveland, MN

36 Buffalo Wild Wing Pack Buffalo Wild Wings Peter Rettmer Mankato, MN

37 $300 Travel Voucher Travel Center Don Stierlen St. Peter, MN

38 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Mark Milow Mankato, MN

39 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Mike Hasher North Mankato, MN

40 Rapala Fishing Pack Kruger Farms Kyle Brunz Mankato, MN

41 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Matt Gengler Medford, MN

42 $50 Quality 1Hr. Foto Gift Card Quality 1 Hr. Foto Ryan Veith Kasota, MN

43 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Dale Thorson North Mankato, MN

44 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Jeremy Hamilton Mankato, MN

45 Rapala Fishing Pack Kruger Farms Mark Sanow Nicollet, MN

46 MSU Hockey Clothing Pack MSU Hockey Tom Hanson North Mankato, MN

47 Lowrance Hand Held Marine Radio Lowrance Grant Christensen Mankato, MN

48 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Jamie Weiler Mankato, MN

49 $100 Savings Bond Voyager Bank Ben Smith Mankato, MN

50 $500 Cash MSU Chase Tessmer Sleepy Eye, MN

51 Dale Earnhardt Jr Jacket Pepsi Brian Wendt Mankato, MN

52 $50 Kruger Farms Gift card Kruger Farms Matthew Huss Kasota, MN

53 Four Pack Dakota Decoys Dakota Decoys Jason Schreiner St. Peter, MN

54 Two Pack Bike Helmets Drummer Companies Andy Nelson New Prague, MN

55 $50 Famous Dave's Gift Certificate Famous Dave's Craig Ferch Austin, MN

56 Tailgate Table Locher Bros Jason McNamara Mankato, MN

57 $50 Kruger Farms Gift card Kruger Farms Tim Olson Dassel, MN

58 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Brian Johnson Mankato, MN

59 Two Night Stay Country Inn and Suites Country Inn Northfield Jim Dauer Sleepy Eye, MN

60 MN Wild Tickets MN Wild Mike Mayo St. Peter, MN

61 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Joshua Anderson Mankato, MN

62 MSU Hockey Tickets vs St. Cloud MSU Hockey Justin Brandt Kasota, MN

63 Big Bobber Foalting Cooler Pack Noble RV Michael Urban Madison Lake, MN

64 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Patty Best New Prague, MN

65 $50 Famous Dave's Gift Certificate Famous Dave's Joe Frederick Jr. Mankato, MN

66 Rebecca Latham Print Dean Trauger Adam Burt Mankato, MN

67 $50 Buster's Gift Card Buster's Mark Swenson Chaska, MN

68 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Trevor Schafer Mankato, MN

69 Compact Picnic Table Kroubetz Campers Matt Saye Mankato, MN

70 Dale Earnhardt Jr Jacket Pepsi Jim Klein Kasota, MN

71 Cannon Rod Holders Johnson Outdoors Tomm Richards North Mankato, MN

72 MSU Hockey Tickets vs St. Cloud MSU Hockey Jim Janda Mankato, MN

73 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Brian Korzenowski Plymouth, MN

74 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Matt Browne North Mankato, MN

75 $50 Famous Dave's Gift Certificate Famous Dave's Lynnette Draheim Madison Lake, MN

76 Vikings Cooler/Duffel Bag Locher Bros Mark Blaschko LeCenter, MN

77 Ice Fishing Rod and Reel Combo Bobber Shop Jay Nessler North Mankato, MN

78 Fillet-N-Carry Table and Pack Noble RV Michael Brekken Mankato, MN

79 $50 Buster's Gift Card Buster's Craig Stensaas Mankato, MN

80 WSI Base Layer Pack Kruger Farms John Kennedy Mankato, MN

81 Minnkota Trolling Motor Power Center Johnson Outdoors Tara Anderson Mankato, MN

82 MSU Hockey Tickets vs St. Cloud MSU Hockey Kent Lea Blooming Prairie, MN

83 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Bill Juberien St. Peter, MN

84 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Tim Hugeback North Mankato, MN

85 $50 Famous Dave's Gift Certificate Famous Dave's Brad Mawby North Mankato, MN

86 Rapala Fishing pack Kruger Farms Larry Heemeyer Mankato, MN

87 Ice Fishing Rod and Reel Combo Bobber Shop Matt Schult Mankato, MN

88 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Mark Melnyk Toronto, Ontario

89 MSU Hockey Clothing Pack MSU Hockey Jason Kirton Madison Lake, MN

90 MSU Hockey Clothing Pack MSU Hockey Russell Teschendorf LeSueur, MN

91 Brunton Camping Pack Kruger Farms Randy Nussbaumer Mankato, MN

92 MSU Hockey Tickets vs St. Cloud MSU Hockey Dustin Olson Mankato, MN

93 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Jason Mathews Gaylord, MN

94 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Holly Hamilton Kasota, MN

95 $50 Westwood Gift Certificate Rich Draheim Bill Keech LeCenter, MN

96 $50 Kruger Farms Gift Card Kruger Farms Dan Linde Mankato, MN

97 Rapala Fishing Pack Kruger Farms Bill Petersen Plymouth, MN

98 MSU Hockey Tickets vs St. Cloud MSU Hockey Tony Sowder Lake Crystal, MN

99 Rapala Fishing Pack Kruger Farms Marty Meyer North Mankato, MN

100 $1,000 Cash MSU Jeff Goble North Mankato, MN

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