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January 24th - Gals Fishing & Winning - ICE Series

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Great walleye footage. I guided bhorn to the spot for this pig.

The Kids won the Eskimo Auger and Quickflip fish house. You'll enjoy watching them.... pretty cool.

The Gals took 2nd place and the Worlds Greatest Ice Angler Trophies. The champions for the second ICE Series Event in a row.

What's with the guys? Huge turnout too.

Make sure you enter an ICE Series Event for more fun smile.gif

Great Video - Watch It.

The Women Champs - IceLeaders.com: 56K Modem - CLICK HERE

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Recommend that you Right Click on the 256k link and "Save Target As" to download to your PC. Then play it right off your PC. The 256k is a bigger picture with better sound.

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Rick,
I want to really thank you for taking the time and effort to get these video clips put on the forums. I live in western SD in ranch country. There is nothing to like these events in my area, a couple smaller ones in the Black Hills. If it weren't for my brother and my 4yr old daughter, I'd be hard pressed to find a fishing partner. After spending most of your time out in the cold, most ranchers cringe at the thought of ice fishing.
I've been a member of this forum for some time and like to put a face to the username and love to see the fish and prizes. So this is just a word of encouragement to keep the videos coming and also a pat on the back for the best forum on the net.
Les Shaw

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