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2008 FFCBC winners

2008 FFCBC champs Jim Moynagh and Joe Thrun celebrated their victory Saturday under the big tent at the Sorting Gap Marina. The two Minnesotans weighed in 55.89 pounds over the three-day Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship to win the crown for the second-straight year and fourth time in eight tries.

2008 FFCBC winners

2008 FFCBC champs Jim Moynagh and Joe Thrun celebrated their victory Saturday under the big tent at the Sorting Gap Marina. The two Minnesotans weighed in 55.89 pounds over the three-day Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship to win the crown for the second-straight year and fourth time in eight tries.

Steak fry

Kiwanians Bill Morrison and John Beaton were among the lineup of volunteers manning the grills Saturday during the annual Kiwanis steak fry held in conjunction with the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship. The ever-popular dinner saw folks line up for a steak, a baked potato, and coleslaw.

Kiwanis steak fry

Dr. Robert Lidkea was just one of the volunteers manning the grills Saturday during the annual Kiwanis steak fry held in conjunction with the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship. The ever-popular dinner saw folks line up for a steak grilled to their liking, a baked potato, and coleslaw.

Big fish

Paul Jewiss showed off the big bass for Day 1, coming in at a whopping 4.68 pounds. Jewiss and his partner, Mike Graham, ended the day with a 15.44-pound haul—good for 18th spot heading into Day 2 of the 14th-annual Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship today.