Monday, February 26th      Monday, February 26th
     
Ice Fishing Tournament       Polar Plunge  
       
    7:30am-9:00am Registration at the Four Bears Marina          10:00am Polar Plunge Registration
     Once registered, participants can begin fishing          11:00am Polar Plunge Begins
    2:00pm Weigh-In    
     Fishing ends at 2:00pm, No exceptions     Polar Plunge poster can be found here.
       
Ice Fishing Tournament Categories & Prizes  
       
Walleye Northern  
1st Place - $500 1st Place - $500  
2nd Place - $375 2nd Place - $375  
3rd Place - $250 3rd Place - $250  
4th Place - $125 4th Place - $125    
       
Junk Bucket      
1st Place - $250      
2nd Place - $200      
3rd Place - $150      
4th Place - $100      
       
    Ice Fishing Tournament Rules can be found here.    
       
 
 
Polar Plunge Liability Waiver can be found here. Polar Plunge Pledge Sheet can be found here.
   
 
What to Expect What to Bring

• There are heated changing tents available for participants.
   Separate men’s and women’s changing areas are available. If an    individual needs to be accompanied for a certain reason, please    explain to the volunteers at the entrance of the tents to gain access.

• We do our best to keep our Plungers warm as long as possible. This    means staying inside our heated changing/staging areas until it’s time
   to Plunge and limited the number of people in these tents.

• We do our best to keep the hole at a comfortable depth so that you    don’t have to go under unless you want to. Ice and water conditions
   are never a guarantee, but know that we are trying to make it as
   painless and as fun as possible! (For adults, the water will not go
   over your head unless you try!)

• EMTS will be at the Plunge hole for assistance for those who aren’t    strong swimmers or if anyone needs assistance.

•Plungers are responsible for bringing all donations (cash, checks) to    check-in so that they can receive credit for those funds.

 
• A towel to dry off and warm up with

• All Plungers should bring shoes to Plunge. Old shoes, aquatic shoes,
   etc. You’ll have to walk out on the ice and sometimes wait a moment
   for others to jump, so wear a pair of shoes that you don’t mind getting
   wet. Don’t forget to bring a dry pair of shoes to wear afterwards!

• A duffel bag, backpack, garbage bag, etc. It’s a good idea to bring a    bag for dry clothes and your Plunge incentive as well as a plastic bag    for your wet clothes after you’ve Plunged.

• Dry replacement clothes. After you’re done Plunging, it’s nice to have    some warm and dry clothes for the journey home. Bring clothes that
   are easy to put on. The last thing you want to deal with when you're
   cold and wet are clumsy zippers and buttons!

• Another Plunger. Recruit a friend, family member, co-worker or    acquaintance and get them to take the Plunge with you. It’s always    more fun with friends!

• Invite a friend to watch, take pictures and hold your dry stuff for you.
     
     
Safety  

• All Plungers should wear secured footwear - no flip flops!

• Do NOT dive or flip into the water. This is a safety precaution for all
   Plungers that is strictly enforced by volunteers.

• We advise you not to Plunge after drinking alcohol. Intoxicated people
    will not be permitted to Plunge.

•Wear a costume that’s appropriate and non-discriminatory. Anyone
    wearing an offensive costume won’t be allowed to Plunge.

• Leave valuables at home or with a spectator. We are not responsible
   for lost or stolen items.

• Try not to run out of the water after your Plunge. Keep in mind that
   everything is wet and slippery. Be careful as you make your way to
   the changing tents.
   
     
 
For more information, contact Tony Lone Fight at 701-627-8126 or visit the 4 Bears Casino Players Club.
     
     
     
     
       
       
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