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Last Chance Fishing Derby on Diamond lake

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2ND ANNUAL LAST CHANCE FISHING DURBY

sat feb 28 on diamond lake right out in front of the couny park 3. any questions email me at unlimitedagservice@hotmail.com or call brandon at 320-905-2652 or blair at 320-295-8331. hope to see all of you there. ALL AGES. lines drop at noon fishing ends at 3.

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top prize 2 man portable fish house for the biggest fish caught, and we have lots nice prizes to give away for the first 20 fish. we have lots of rod reel combs,waders,2 man inflatable boat,hunting clothes,gift card to Giesers Bar, and many more. hope to see you on the ice. we are drilling all the holes on fri the 27th if anyone want to help out. thanks

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Looking forward to the derby on Saturday. Last year was a really good time. It's nice to see the local boys putting on a community event.

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How did the derby go? Hopefully it was a worthwhile venture. I wanted to attend but the children. Well..

How did things go?

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derby went well hopefully next year there are more people so we can keep having it this year we were short about 40 people to pay for the prizes but we cant wait to do it again. hope to see more of you viewers out on the ice next year. same place same time.

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what was the cost? who puts it on to get info or call?

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