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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Craig Wagner hands fishing poles to kids at the Walleyes Unlimited Banquet on March 22. The Glendive Chapter receives many donations in order to give away prizes to children along with allowing attendees to participate in a raffle for a chance to win donated prizes. The Glendive Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited has funded many fishing enhancement and river preservation projects around Glendive and Dawson County.

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Craig Wagner hands fishing poles to kids at the Walleyes Unlimited Banquet on March 22. The Glendive Chapter receives many donations in order to give away prizes to children along with allowing attendees to participate in a raffle for a chance to win donated prizes. The Glendive Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited has funded many fishing enhancement and river preservation projects around Glendive and Dawson County.

 
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