Ice Fishing Tournament on Boulder Lake
Saturday, February 6, 2021 8am to 4pm
Anglers will be competing for cash prizes. $300 for the largest fish, $100 for the most accumulated inches to adult entrants, $100 for the most accumulated inches to junior entrants and $100 for the most accumulated inches to a team.
Registration begins at 7am at the Boulder Lake boat landing located on Airport Road, pre-registration is strongly encouraged as we are allowing a maximum of 45 anglers. The tournament runs from 8am-4pm. At only $30 for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under, the tournament is fun and affordable for everyone. Your individual registration also includes registration in the team tournament. Teams can include 2 to 4 individuals, so bring your friends.
All anglers and volunteers are expected to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines: No persons should come to the event to work or participate if they have a fever, are feeling sick in any way or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Social distancing must be observed at all times, including check-in at the tent in the morning. Face masks or cloth face coverings must be worn when engaging in or at the registration tent, when fish are being measured and when awards and raffles are being exchanged. Hand sanitizer will be available at the Chamber tent. Chamber will provide disposable masks for free of charge.
Awards will be presented immediately following the tournament at the Boulder Lake boat landing.
After the awards, stick around for the cash raffle drawing. Tickets for the raffle are $10 each, with a maximum of 200 tickets sold. Tickets will be available in advance at the Boulder Junction Chamber along with local restaurants and shops. The cash raffle prizes are: GRAND PRIZE: $500, (1) ticket: $250, (1) ticket: $100 and (2) tickets: $50 each.
All tournament and raffle proceeds will go to the Boulder Junction Area Boat Landing Improvement Fund. The Fund, which is made possible by the Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce’s annual ice fishing tournament, Frozen Tozen, has been in existence since 2007. Over the past 13 years, over $16,000 has been given to projects which ease accessibility to area lakes.