Northernmost and Southernmost Points in the U.S. Team Up
Lake of the Woods MN – Lake of the Woods in Minnesota and Key West, Florida are very different, but also have a lot in common. There is currently three feet of ice and thousands of happy ice anglers on Lake of the Woods. The temp in Key West is in the 80’s. What they do have in common is world class fishing and claiming the northernmost and southernmost points in the contiguous U.S. with the marker buoys to prove it!
The two destinations have teamed up for a fishing trip giveaway. Anglers can enter to win a two-destination vacation to fish freshwater and saltwater species in the “Northernmost to Southernmost Fishing Trip Giveaway” that spotlights recreational angling in Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, and the Florida Keys.
The giveaway launched Wednesday as part of a month long social media program showcasing the two destinations, which feature iconic “twin buoys” designating the northernmost and southernmost points in the continental United States.
Both locales are characterized by islands, world-class fishing and concentrations of professional charter guides and captains ready to share their knowledge of local waters, species and angling techniques.
Desktop and mobile users or people who do not use the Facebook app can enter online at https://a.pgtb.me/vKlCgd.
The grand prize includes gift cards for air travel and car rental, three nights’ accommodations at Flag Island Resort in Lake of the Woods and two nights’ accommodations at Hyatt Centric Key West in the Florida Keys.
Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, is called The Walleye Capital of the World.
In each destination, the prize winner is to experience custom fishing charters with skilled guides and captains who specialize in freshwater inlets, lakes, ice fishing, saltwater flats, inshore and offshore experiences. Also, the winner is to receive a selection of fishing lures, suitable for both the Florida Keys and Lake of the Woods, from A Band of Anglers.
The prize is valued at nearly 5,000 U.S. dollars.
The “Northernmost to Southernmost” entry period continues through 11:59 p.m. (ET) March 11, 2020. Entrants must be age 21 or over and legal residents of the United States or reside in the Canadian provinces of Manitoba or Ontario.