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ICELEADERS CHALLENGE EVENT SERIES

There Are 4 Events
Enter as many events as you'd like.

I.C.E. Series payouts per event are as follows:
* $1,000 1st place prize.
* $500 2nd place prize.
* $250 3rd place price.
* $125 4th place prize.
* $50 5th place prize.
* Many sponsor prizes at each event in the I.C.E. Series.

So you have the opportunity to come home with a nice bit of change in your pocket or great ice gear.

*This payout is based on a 60 team event. Amounts will adjust accordingly for a field of less than 60 teams should this occur.

Fee Per Team, Per Event, is only $50 (only $25 per entrant)

It was a great time last year, it will only get better.

Get more info here or enter the event(s):
http://www.iceleaders.com/ICE-Series.html

The lakes and dates are:

Brainerd Area - Upper Hay Lake: December 21-22, 2002. Tourney Headquarters to be determined. Upper Hay holds a very nice population of 15 to 20-inch walleyes, in addtion to a fair mix of older year classes. Impressively large bluegills swim here also, and in seemingly strong numbers. Medium sized pike, crappies and largemouth bass exist in fishable numbers as well.

Upper Hay harbors moderately stained waters fringed by large shallow bulrush flats, expansive midlake cabbage beds, several pronounced hard-bottomed points that project well into the lake's basin and a number of shallow rock humps.

Wintertime effort revolves primarily around elusive schools of large black crappies. Walleyes, pike and bluegills provide overlooked, quality opportunities for skilled ice anglers too. It's one of those lakes that's full of fish. Yet due to a diversity and abundance of habitat, local anglers often categorize Upper Hay as one of those 'tough nuts to crack.'.

Lake Vermilion: January 4-5, 2003. Tourney Headquarters Fortune Bay Resort and Casino - 25% discount(sign up for their "Wild Card" before you register). Free lake access. This lake is famous for walleye, perch, nice pike, crappies, gills and both largemouth/smallmouth bass can be found here. We will fish this lake for hot early ice action. It can be fantastic fishing and the scenery is breathtaking.

Lake Minnewaska: January 25-26, 2003. Tourney Headquarters out of Northeast Outfitters in Alexandria. This is a good all around fishery and was chosen because of the recent high success rate within 1 1/2 hours of the metro area.

Upper Red Lake: Tourney Headquarters out of Hudec's Resort on February 15-16, 2003. This is one of the top slab crappie producers in the nation. This lake also contains some monster northern pike.


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DEADLINE is December 9th. The $50/Event payment must be postmarked no later than that date.

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