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2010 Angler Information

FFCBC Anglers will be recieveing a mailing containing 2010 information before the end of October. Entry deadline will be extended. This delay is a result of difficulties in filling volunteer board of director positions.

2010 Tournament Information

The new and returning directors in place for 2010 have decided to proceed with a 2010 event, only if all the director vacancies are filled.

Preleminary Plans for 2010 include:

1. Moving weigh-ins and evening entertainment to Memorial Sports Centre
2. Capping the 2010 field at 125 teams
3. $1000 early bird draw prize for teams paid in full by early bird deadline. The draw will be held at the 2010 rules meeting

Thrun, Moynagh make it a ‘three-peat’

Joe Thrun and Jim Moynagh cemented their claim as the best tandem in Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship history by winning their third-straight title, and fifth overall, on Saturday to conclude the 15th-annual event.

Defending champs surge to early lead


By Mitch Calvert, Fort Frances Times LTD.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Matt Christy of Superior, Wis. and partner Chris Hay of Brooklyn Centre, Mn. had a great day on the waters of Rainy Lake yesterday after bringing in an 18.88-pound bag to sit in second place behind defending champs Jim Moynagh and Joe Thrun after Day 1 of the 15th-annual Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship.
There’s a familiar team atop the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championships standings after Day 1, but they’re far from in the clear.
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