Pure Fishing, Inc. has donated a large amount of tackle to be used for youth division or door prizes. They are a leading global provider of fishing tackle, lures, rods and reels with a portfolio of brands that includes Abu Garcia®, All Star®, Berkley®, Chub®, Fenwick®, Greys®, Hardy®, Hodgman®, Johnson™, JRC®, Mitchell®, Penn®, Pflueger®, Sebile®, Shakespeare®, SpiderWire®, Stren®, and Ugly Stik®.
Fort William Henry Corporation, which runs the Resort and Fort Museum at the south end of Lake George has donated $100 to be used for youth division prizes.
The Lone Bull Restaurant has donated two $50 gift certificates to be given out as door prizes. Located on Route 9N about 3 miles north of Lake George Village they serve a great breakfast and are very busy, their motto is: “We dare you to go away hungry.”
Cronin’s Golf Resort has donated passes for 2 for golfing with a cart, this nice course borders up with the Hudson River with great scenery.
Addya Outdoors, maker of quality fishing hooks since 1943, quickly responded to our request with a generous donation of four $50 gift certificates to be awarded.
The Warren County Conservation Council has pledged $200 to use for Youth Division prizes. This group does great work to help preserve and improve fishing, hunting and trapping opportunities in our county for all sportsmen and women to enjoy.
Glens Falls National Bank has donated the Derby $100 which we used for advertising expenses.
Lake George Auto Marine has donated a boating package filled with items for boat maintenance. They are a great source for all boat and car parts should you break down, greats service also.
1827 Route 9
Lake George, NY
Black Bass Antiques in Bolton Landing has donated this antique Pflueger fishing lure with the box, valued at $75, for a door prize to be given out to a lucky entrant.
Lake George Shoreline Cruises has donated four passes for a cruise on the Adirondac.