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Red Arrow Park

318 East Bay Shore Street

Marinette, WI 54143

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Communities that Care & Healthy Youth Coalition are excited to host a Kids Ice Fishing Derby on Saturday, February 12th at Red Arrow Park!

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**PLEASE READ FULL DESCRIPTION BEFORE PURCHASING!**

YOU MUST BRING YOUR RECEIPT AT CHECK-IN AS PROOF OF PURCHASE

PLEASE REMEMBER NUMBERS FROM OUR MAP BELOW WHEN PURCHASING HOLE NUMBERS AT TICKET SELECTION!! THANK YOU!

ABSOLUTELY NO ALCOHOL, TOBACCO PRODUCTS, VAPE PRODUCTS, OR ANY OTHER ILLEGAL DRUGS ARE ALLOWED

NO TIP-UPS, SHANTIES, OR FISHING CAMERAS OF ANY KIND ALLOWED.

**If ice conditions are unsafe, or inclement weather occurs, event will be cancelled and you will be refunded MINUS the Eventbrite fees of 3.5% of each ticket cost. Please make sure to check your e-mail the morning of the event to ensure that the event was not cancelled**

This family-friendly event will be held on Saturday, February 12th, with a shotgun start at 11:00 a.m. at Red Arrow Park. Pre-registration required for pre-drilled holes. Only 100 spots available and must be registered by January 15th. All registrations include a t-shirt and tin of wax worms for $15 per hole. Event will have food, music, raffles and more!

Cash ONLY accepted at the event for raffles and food. Check-in begins at 10:00 a.m. at the pavilion/tent.

Derby will consist of pre-drilled holes with a maximum allowance of three youth per supervising adult. If you have more than three youth, you must have another adult in attendance. No youth are allowed to participate without at least one adult present. Maximum purchase of three holes per adult registrant. Maximum amount of three children sharing one hole purchase.

Age brackets consist of 0-7 and 8-14 and there will be three categories of fish (perch/bluegill, game, and other). Two trophy opportunities of heaviest fish and most fish in each age bracket and fish category.

All fishing will be stopped at 1:00 p.m. and all weigh-ins must be completed by 2:00 p.m.!

Special thanks to our partners for making this happen: Trends & Traditions, IronHouse Fitness, City Limits, Golden Sands MiniMart, Stateline MiniMart, Waterfront Store, Applejacks, City of Marinette, Joseph "Shorty" Hoagland Trust/Farmers and Merchants Bank & Trust, and A&K Bait and Tackle! Thanks to them, we are able to make this possible and provide thousands of dollars worth of prizes!!

**Waivers MUST be signed and filled out at event check-in. Hole assignments/preferences are requested when purchasing your online ticket, but exact location is not guaranteed. We will do our best depending on ice conditions and social distancing guidelines to match accordingly to our map, but it cannot be guaranteed.

Once again, PLEASE REMEMBER NUMBERS FROM OUR MAP BELOW WHEN PURCHASING HOLE NUMBERS AT TICKET SELECTION!! THANK YOU!

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY SATURDAY., JAN. 15TH.


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Red Arrow Park

318 East Bay Shore Street

Marinette, WI 54143

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Organizer Healthy Youth Coalition of Marinette & Menominee Counties

Organizer of 2022 CTC/HYC YOUTH ICE FISHING DERBY

About Us

The Healthy Youth Coalition is a youth driven organization devoted to promoting healthy lifestyles among youth and their families throughout Marinette and Menominee Counties. We do this by increasing community awareness and knowledge of risk and protective factors, reducing youth and community risk factors and building protective factors which impact risky behaviors such as problem alcohol use, illicit drug use, and violence, promoting healthy youth activities, and by empowering our youth to identify and develop their own responses to barriers in our communities which impede the building of protective factors.

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