The North American Ice Fishing Circuit is making it’s way to Hebgen Lake for the annual tournament. Anglers are looking at a possible $10,000 top prize, as fishermen from all over the world are making their way to West Yellowstone.
NAIFC Tournaments are the Ice Fishing Industry’s equivalent to Open-water Bass and Walleye tournaments. January through March: Qualifying Tournaments are conducted throughout North America. Any two-person team is welcome to enter. Teams are allowed to fish anywhere inside the tournament boundaries, drilling as many holes and using whatever electronics they wish. From those Qualifying Tournaments, 75 Two-Person Teams are invited to the NAIFC Tournament Series Championship held in December.
For more information call 320-229-0106 or visit their Facebook page here.
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