If you aren’t registered for the upcoming tournament on January 19, you will want to get it done soon. There are 42 teams on the roster already…and climbing every day.
You can register online at http://www.naifc.com/register/index.php
and get all the info you need about the weekend’s events at
Be sure to schedule to be in West Yellowstone for the Friday Night Seminar, where Dave Genz, the “Godfather of Ice Fishing”, will be presenting what he has learned (and turned into a catching system!) over the last several decades as an avid ice fisherman. Dave is a key part of the Ice Team and knows what is new in equipment and techniques…as well as the tried and true tricks of the sport.
Click on the Sponsor link on the tournament webpage to select your lodging and meal/activity spots for your weekend…tell them how much you appreciate their support of this family and competitive sport you love!
Send an email back if you have any questions. We want to make sure you have the time of your life while you are here in our corner of God’s Country!
(Post & Photo via West Yellowstone Ice Fishing Tournament)
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