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BLFGA Hosts First Social Distancing Fishing Derby

The Black Lake Fishing and Game Association will host the first ever (and hopefully the last) Social Distancing Derby on Saturday, May 2 and Sunday May 3.

Anglers can fish all weekend from midnight to midnight. Adults fish include Northern Pike, Walleye and Bullheads Kids can enter any fish they catch..

DERBY RULES

Entry fee for adults is $10 Entry fee for kids(16 and under) is $5.

Pay with credit card through Pay-Pal, no pay-pal account needed.

Open boundary(anywhere in the United States) to all of you distant members!!!

Adult fish include Northern Pike, Walleye, Catfish and Bullheads

Kid fish include any fish that they catch will qualify.

Payout is cash to the top three places and a membership for 4th and 5th place in both adults and kids. 

1st place= 50% of the pot, 2nd place= 20% of the pot, 3rd place= 10% of the pop

4th and 5th place= Club Memberships to BLFGA.

There will be a special prize for the best mask.

Social distancing and masks are encouraged!

To enter a fish, Write your name and BLFGA Derby on an index card or piece of paper or cardboard.  Please make sure it is legible as it will be used for your entry.

*Hold the fish and the information card in front of you and take a picture. 

*Text the picture of you and your fish to 315-276-6649 to enter, a thumbs up will be texted back to verify your fish.

*All entries will be assigned a number and numbers will be entered into a random number generator to determine the winners.  This will be done on Monday, May 3 at 7:00 pm

*An additional entry will be added if you wear a mask in your picture.

*One fish per entry, you may enter more than once if you want  to.

All Proceeds to benefit the BLFGA.

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