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Bass Lake Contest update

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We have had to make a few adjustments to the prize list for the Bass Lake Contest as the Marcum Flashers were unavailable the final prize list is:

Adult Division

1 - 2008 Dodge Extended Cab 4x4 Pick-up (MSRP $27,535).

2 - Ice Team fishing package

(Ice Armor cold suit, Fish Trap Scout, & rod/reel combo)

3 - Vexilar Flasher

4 - Clam Fish Trap Yukon Shelter

5 - Ice Armor Cold Suit

6-7 - Strike Master Ice Auger

8 - Vexilar Flasher

9 - Clam Fish Trap Guide Shelter

10 - Polar 1200 ATV Trailer

11 - Clam Fish Trap Scout Shelter - Strikemaster Hand Auger

12-14 - 3 Day Country Splash Ticket Package

15 - Clam Fish Trap Guide Shelter

16 - Open 2 Hardwater Guide Trip - Marcum LX-1 Sonar

17 - Remington 870 Shotgun

18 - Vexilar Flasher

19 - Wilcraft Weekend Rental Package

20 - Ice Armor Cold Suit

21 - Chasin Tail Guide Trip - Marcum LX-1 Sonar

22 - Vexilar Flasher

23 - Vexilar Flasher

24 - Clam Fish Trap Pro Shelter

25 - Sportsmans Warehouse Quick Flip Shelter

26-27 - Clam Fish Trap Pro Shelter

28 - Clam Fish Trap Guide Shelter

29-31 - Ice Armor Cold Suit

32 - Vexilar Flasher

33 - Warner’s Dock Hummingbird Depth Finder

34 - Vexilar Flasher

35 - Ice Armor Cold Suit

36 - Ice Team Package

(Ice Armor Cold Suit, Fish Trap Scout, Strikemaster Hand Auger, Rod/Reel combo)

37 - Open 2 Hardwater Guide Trip - Marcum LX-1 Sonar

38 - Ice Armor Cold Suit

39 - Clam Fish Trap Pro Shelter

40-49 - Strike Master Ice Auger

50 - Canadian Fishing Package ($1500 value)

The final list for the kids is:

YOUTH DIVISION 15 and under

-1ST Clam Fish Trap Scout Shelter, Strikemaster Hand Auger, Marcum Lx-1 sonar, Rod/Reel Combo, Beaver Dam Tip Up, Arctic Warrior Rod Holder

-2nd and 3rd Place: iPod Touch MP3

-4th Apple iPod Nano MP3

-5th through 10th: Rod/Reel Combos

Thanks and Good Luck basslakecontest.com

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