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Brainerd Lake M.I. Sportmans Banquet

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Its that time of year again.

Brainerd Lakes Chapter Muskies Inc.

Sportsmans Banquet

Saturday February28th 2009

Held in the Sports Center at Craguns Resort

Banquet starts at 5:00pm. Dinner at 6:30pm

Special Guest for the night is Mike Keyes from Keyes Outdoors television.

Over $35,000 in prizes

Win 1 if 4 Grand Prizes (need not be present to win Grand Prizes) #1 Week stay at Break on the Lake Resort (Cass Lake)

#2 Browning A-Bolt .243 Whitetail Edition w/Scope

#3 Frabill Magnum GT Ice Shelter

#4 ustom Muskie Rod w/ Calcutte 400TE Reel

Many to be won by raffles, Games, Live and Silent Auctions

Guide Trips, Rod & Reel combo's, Lures, Shotguns, Rifles, Paintings, Hunting Packages, Resort Stays, Bow Cases, Aqua VU Camaras, Tackle Boxes, Fishing Electronics, Ice Fishing Equipment, Area Business Certificates, Hunting and Fishing Apparel, Ladies and Youth Prizes and Tons more.

Tickets are $40 for Youth or Adult (Youth are not in the drawing for the 4 Main Prizes but they do get some great prizes)

Contact Jeff Young at

9143 lone Pine Road

Brainerd MN 56401

Cell#218-821-3669

E-mail jyoung@brainerd.net

Sorry if I wasnt suposed to post the phone #. If I need to take it off let me know.

Duck

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