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Although most of you see or talk to our sales people in their professional personas when they drop you a line, it’s fair to say that we also have lives outside the pond that we call SJF.
For Tom Moore, one of our resident employee anglers, fishing is definitely a lure on his free time. Check out these whoppers he netted Wednesday, June 14. You could even say he’s hooked on fishing and angling to catch the biggest fish in all of Minnesota.
Just don’t bother trolling for information on where his secret walleye fishing spot is… he won’t take the bait and release that information. All you’ll get out of him is “Secret Lake.”
The August results are in for the SJF Summer Fishing Contest. With a 25-1/2″ Catfish, Lori Bachel wins this month’s prize!
It looks like we’ve got ourselves a contest after all!
Three other entries for August were:
Sam Sterner with a 16″ Rainbow Trout
Brian Springer caught a 24″ Northern.
Photos of the other entries can be seen after the jump.
The results are in for July. Once again – Brian Springer takes first place with his 38-1/2″ King Salmon (approx 25 pounds). What a beautiful fish – and congratulations again, Brian.
Hey, The Rest of the SJF Employees – Are you guys asleep?
We had some other entries this month as well, continue reading to see the photos.
Currently, stage 1 of the employee Fishing contest is winding down fast.
As of June 19, Brian Springer’s 15 3/8″ Crappie entry takes the lead with only 12 days remaining in June.
SJF’s fishing contest winners win prizes, raise money for charity and bragging rights to boot!
Keep up with the results and view photos of employees and their entries at this blog:
SJF just announced the start of the summer 2013 fishing contest. All employees and their immediate families are invited to participate in this catch & release contest. The contest runs from May – October and will feature monthly as well as overall contest winners.
Winners will be determined using a point system based on the length & species of fish caught per month and over the entire time period. In other words, you may not win a specific month, however you can still win by having the most points at the end of the contest.