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Vermilion Walleye Classic!

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Hi All,
Just a little reminder for all of you walleye guys. The 10th annual Walleye Classic, is NEXT WEEKEND!! on The Big "V". smile.gif
This is 2 day team event with an 80%
payback. This event is sponsored by "Ace guide service", FM.com and the Aronson boat works.

The entry fee is only $125.00 a team.
We pay back to 8 places and also have some special awards.
The largest walleye of the tournament
will get $200.00.

15th place, is worth $400 BUCKS!!!!
We also have cash and trophys for the
best father/son/daughter team and the same for the best husband wife team!

It's a great event and I hope some of you can make it! See ya there! smile.gif

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Terry Sjoberg
Ace guide service.
Beautiful Lake Vermilion.
aceguideservice.com

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By next weekend do you mean 24th & 25th, or 31st & 1st?

And how do we get more information and register?

grabe[email protected]
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For more info you can contact me at:
Ace Guide Service, 218-753-2612 or you
can e-mail me at [email protected] smile.gif
The tournament dates are 8/31 and 9/1,
that's a Saturday & Sunday.

Didn't Tom pass out my info at the last
L.E.T.S event? smile.gif

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Terry Sjoberg
Ace guide service.
Beautiful Lake Vermilion.
aceguideservice.com

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Any one need a partner for this event? I can catch walleyes, and I know a little about Vermillion after staying at Terry's in the beginning of June, but I don't have a boat. If any one is planning on fishing this event and needs a partner I would be very interested.

E-mail me if you want
[email protected]

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