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Swapmeet & Kids Nite Twin Citys chapter of MI tues 6-9 6pm,,all welcom

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Twin Cities Chapter of Muskies inc will have something for Kids of "ALL" ages on Tuesday June 9th at 6pm

Starting the night will be our Anuual Swapmeet,,actually we didnt have one last year so there should be twice has much stuff, We are the biggest chapter in Muskies inc so our menbers and friends should have lots of good pickins to offer up, Rods,Reels,lots and lots and lots of lures,muskie dvd;s electronics,nets "anything" can turn up and at some very good prices,,swap,sell,buy a great place for new anglers to get going and a great chance to find that rare out of production lure,,"A few original Lelures have shown up in the past"

Also it is our Annual "KIDS NIGHT" we wanted to have this in June so there would be no School nite issues if the kids want to stay late,,there will be games of all sorts,Prizes,Minnow races and much much more. "Dont worry about supper" we will have free Hotdogs and Chips for ALL who attend.All kids and Family are welcome you do not have to be a MI member.

Bring the kids and Family

Free Eats

Get some great deals

swap some of your stuff

swap some lies about how you did on the opener,,'actually ' our June Meeting is a great one to attend to gage the pulse and bite around the metro has our members will have hit every lake.

all are welcome you do not have to be an MI member to attend

Twin Cities Chapter meets at

Knights of Columbus Bloomington

1114 American blvd w

1 blk south of 494 and lyndale,,'right behind the HOM store.

FYI- Lyndale exit on 494 is closed for construction take either Nicolet exit and head west or Penn ave exit and heade east.

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I am gonna go It will be my first muskies inc event too

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