Hello and welcome to the 2017 MGF website. I’m very excited about this year of Iowa Outdoor opportunities including our two year long tournament series (bass & catfish), our volunteer day fishing event, our kids tournament closing the year out with our annual Labor Day catfish event.
Starting off with our Boater Only Bass Fishing Series, Last Cast Plus One, we’ll be visiting 6 different qualifying lakes followed by and end of the year championship for our top 10 teams. This will be a club with a limited amount of teams (30) and will not be open to the public. We’ll have just a few spots so if you‘re interested you’ll have to sign up by early March.
Next in line is the Dusk 2 Dawn Catfishing Series. This year we’re having 6 open tournaments with a format change having the first three during the day and the last three at night. Teams who sign up for all 6 tournament will enjoy a savings while others can simply sign up at the ramp. This is a 1-3 person team limited to no more than 6 rods. Entry forms can be found on the tournament page.
Our favorite event of the year is our volunteer fishing day we call MGF Summer Classic. Volunteers take some of our very special friends fishing each year the first week in June at Lake Anita. If you’re interested in joining us drop me a line at email@example.com.
Another annual single day event is the MGF Kid’s Tournament. In this event up to 2 kids between the ages of 5-17 can fish with a parent/friend in a half day event being held this year at 12-Mile Lake. Again this form can be downloaded in our tournament area.
Lastly we close out the year with the Hutton Labor Day Catfishing event. This is a start on your honor overnight event Labor Day weekend beginning Saturday night with weighin held Sunday morning followed by a fish fry Sunday night. A great way to close out the summer.
That’s if for now. To keep up with all MGF events be sure to follow us on Social Media (linked in the sidebar) where we’ll also have periodic live events. I hope to see you on the water or at one of our events. If you see us on the water be sure to say hello!
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