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Ice Leaders Burntside Bash

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The Burntside Bash is a mini Ice leaders event also. I'd like to encourage every one to get registered ahead of time so we get an idea how many people we have.
Your entry fee will entitle you to my Famous Fire Hole Chili to accompany your grill ables. We'll have paper plates, bowls, utensil along with condiments for you. You'll also be competing for the Worlds Greatest Fishermen title and awarded a trophy. If that isn't enough we have some great prizes to be raffled off.

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Rod Straps by Today's Tackle
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Snakors by SMI - Soderbloom Manufacturing, Inc. Maker of the QuickSet Ice Shelter.

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**Guided Fishing trip with Fishing Mn's** Jim W. One day stream or small river wading for smallmouth and trout in SE MN with.
Call Jim to schedule a day "spin-fishing" for Brown trout and Smallmouth bass.

We want to thank all the companies that have donated these great products. I also would like to thank our very own Jim W. for the the Guided Fishing Trip. If your familiar with the forum you'll know Jim W for his expertise on rivers along with his great sense of humor. Thanks Jim. I owe you big.

We are using the same rules as the Ice Leaders Event with these amendments.
Species are Lake Trout and Pike.
Only one fish per species may entered.
All fish Must be weighed in by 2 PM.
We'll be meeting at the the HQ at 7 AM
Contest starts at 8 AM.
Must be present to win.

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If everything works out I will be there.

If you haven't had a chance to ice fish for Lake Trout I would reccomend it. Once you hook into one you will be yearning for more! The Burntside Bash is a great chance to ice one of those hard fighting fish. You get to fish with experienced Lake Trout fishermen and you have a shot at a huge pike as well. You get to learn from the Pro's and have more fun!

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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What is the date for this event?

Sounds like...well...a bash!

Oops, sorry. It was kinda hard to read the red JANUARY 31.

I'm gettin' old. I need reading glasses.

Sounds like fun. I wanna go.

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SERIOUSLY! It was THIS big!

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