I'm still taking pledges for the 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon. No amount is too small, and this is my desperate attempt at raising more funds to do what I can to help protect our waters. I have been sending out emails and letters to everyone I know. The sad part is that I'm getting very little response back from anyone. I have a huge network of outdoor enthusiast and I figured more people would like to get on board with this. But it really does amazes me at how very few people are willing to do anything about it. Zebra Mussels
are spreading like wild fire and we are the ones doing the damage.
I have donated 6 four hour trips and countless hours trying to pull together just a few more dollars for a good cause. If you have a little time on your hands please read a little more about the program and what it is I am doing. Here is the link to Recycled Fish and the 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon.
I'll be picking the six fishers on September first who will be fishing with me. Steve Grossman from www.littlemoran.com
has sponsored a slot and will be giving away his 4 hour trip to some lucky kid on September 13th at the big event at the hunt club called Hunting Experience
weekend. There is still time. If you love fishing and would like the chance to fish Lake Osakis with me, make a small pledge today and I'll toss your name in the hat for one of the trips still open. And remember ... No amount is too small. You can get in for less than the cost of a bottle of soda.
If you win a trip and choose not to go, I have several kids in the area who are willing to do the time on your behalf. All donations are tax deductible threw Recycled Fish.
Call me today at 320-594-0060 or firstname.lastname@example.org