-Club dues are not mandatory to fish in our tournaments, but if you would like to be in the Classic, AOY, Big Bag of the Year or Big Fish of the Year you have to pay your dues before you are entered into the contests. -You have to pay your dues before you will be allowed to vote in any club votes. -Club Dues will be $25.00 -Anglers under 18 can join as a junior member for $10.00 -The dues will be used as follows:
$15 to pot for Big Fish of the Year, Angler of the Year, Big Sack of the Year
$5 Classic Pot $5 Club(to pay for the scale warranty and anything else the club needs to purchase.)
Non Member Fishing Rules
*These Rules apply to non-members that wish to fish without being accompanied by a member. These rules do not apply to any guest fishing with a member. 1. Any non-member that wishes to fish without being accompanied by a member must have a member sponsor them for each tournament. -Members sponsoring non-members are responsible for their guests. 2. If you are sponsoring a non-member that wishes to fish with us you need to let us know at the Tuesday night meeting. 3. Non-members that Win a tournament will have their club dues taken from their winnings.
Two anglers maximum per boat.
No live bait.
All state and federal laws must be followed or you risk disqualification.
You must be stopped fishing and within 200 yards of the Launch before the designated weigh-in time, determined before each tournament blast-off. You lose a pound per minute you are late to the launch. Time will be set by the tournament director before blast-off.
Non-boaters are requested to contribute at least $25 to the cost of their boaters' expenses.
Please respect your partner's areas. In other words, please don't encroach on their areas in other tournaments.
Five-fish limit per boat, any combination of largemouth, spotted, or small mouth bass.
There will be a penalty of 8 ounces deducted for each dead fish.
All fish are subject to being measured. Any bass brought to the scales will be at least 12" or will comply with other lake restrictions. If you bring a fish to the scales that doesn't comply with this rule, you will lose that fish and your biggest fish.
Appropriate conduct is expected at all times. Any conduct deemed inappropriate will result in the angler being asked to leave and not return. Any disagreements or conflicts regarding rules or weights will be addressed and decided by James Wine, Craig Peterson and Greg Wordell. Their decision will be final.
Entry fees will be $25.00 per person. $18.00 will go to the tournament payout. $4.00 will go towards big fish. $3.00 will go to a pot for Angler of the Year, Big Fish of the Year and Big Bag of the Year.
Payout: We will pay the top 3 places in all tournaments.
-Finishing order tie breaker: In the event of a tie in the finishing order, the anglerís biggest fish will be the tie breaker -Big fish tie breaker: In the event of a tie in big fish, the total weight will be the tie breaker.