Douglas Lake, Tennessee
October 6 - October 8
"Hands down, the best run tournaments in bass fishing. Awesome payouts, format and lake locations." Chris M - Birmingham, Alabama
Feb 10 - 12
Harris Chain of Lakes, Florida
Mar 2 - 5
Lake Conroe, Texas (Four Day Event)
Mar 10 - 12
Clarks Hill Lake, Georgia
Mar 24 - 26
Lake Norman, North Carolina
Mar 31 - Apr 2
Lake Eufaula, Alabama
Apr 14 - 16
Table Rock Lake, Missouri
Apr 28 - 30
Lake Murray, South Carolina
May 5 - 7
Spring Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia
May 19 - 21
Chickamauga Lake, Tennessee
Jul 28 - 30
St. Lawrence River, New York
Aug 4 - 6
Mississippi River, La Crosse, WI
Sep 29 - Oct 1
Fall Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia
Oct 6 - 8
Douglas Lake, Tennessee
Oct 12 - 15
Guntersville Lake, Alabama (Four Day Event)
September 26, 2023
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What is the entry fee?
The entry fee is $250 for a three day entry or $165 for a two day entry or $115 for a one day entry (per angler) and you may fish with the co-angler of your choice.
Lake Conroe and Guntersville are four day events for 2023 and a four day entry is $325.
We will continue the Junior Division for 2023. Participants 12 and under will compete for a top 3 payback. The entry fee for the entire event is $75 (regardless of the number of days fished) Anglers 13 and over will compete for full payouts and pay full entry fees.
Is the tournament entry fee per angler or per boat?
The entry fee is per angler.
Can a co-angler fish with me in my boat?
Yes, this is an individual event for scoring purposes but anglers can have a co-angler of their choice fish with them and you do NOT have to sign up at the same time to fish together.
How many anglers can I have in my boat?
You may have up to three (3) anglers per boat assuming the boat has the required rating capacity. Each angler must be a paid participant.
Can I have someone in my boat that isn’t competing in the tournament?
No, each person in the boat (during tournament hours) must be a paid participant.
I registered online and didn’t receive a confirmation.
The full list of Frequently Asked Questions can be found on the FAQs page.