Free Ice Fishing Seminar
Members of the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame Inductee club, F-M Walleyes Unlimited, Inc., have been making annual trips to Lake Winnipeg, MB to fish with members of the Walleye Anglers Association of Manitoba. This coming March over 100 members are expected to make the trip up North to chase greenbacks thru the ice.
NPAA#499 Chad Maloy along with fellow club members Kyle Agre and Scott Brewer will be facilitating a seminar for those taking the trip and others who just want to learn what to expect from a Lake Winnipeg ice fishing trip.
On Thursday, January 27th a seminar featuring the Lake Winnipeg Ice Fishing Excursion will be held at Scheel’s All Sports in Fargo from 7-9 p.m.. The night will consist of a seminar focusing on ice fishing for trophy walleyes on Lake Winnipeg. Tips, tactics and discussion of equipment and strategies will be shared and will provide a great “orientation” to the trip and allow those who have attended in the past to learn something new. Those who attend this seminar will be offered a 20% discount on ice fishing tackle purchased that night (minimum purchase of $50). Sign up early as space is limited!
This seminar is sponsored by FM Walleyes, Scheels, Northland Fishing Tackle & Koppers Livetarget Lures.
If you have any questions about this trip or ice fishing Lake Winnipeg please feel free to send me an e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call my cell phone at 701-361-5903. I would be happy to share any information that I can.
Pick up some great walleye ice fishing tips and tricks from Gord Pyzer.
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