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[highlight]Four Bass Tournaments on same lake and date![/highlight]


Faith Angler Network Tournament Trail
http://www.faithanglernetwork.com/fan_tournament_rules.html
Starts on [highlight]January 30th on Stillhouse Hollow.[/highlight]


Bud-Lite Bass Trail
http://www.budlighttrail.com/BLT/2010/SpringTeam/Temple/home.html
Starts on[highlight] January 30th, 2010[/highlight]
on Stillhouse Hollow

Two of Us
Date: [highlight]Saturday January 30, 2010 [/highlight]
Time: All Day
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Lake Stillhouse Hollow Riverbend Ramp
http://the2ofuscouplestournaments.com/home


C.A.S.T.
Date: [highlight]Saturday January 30, 2010 [/highlight]
Time: All Day
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Lake Stillhouse Hollow--Union Grove
http://www.fishcast.com/Centralregion.html

Media Bass Tournament Trail
http://mediabass.com/2k10/TX/I35/
Started January 17th on Stillhouse Hollow

Bass Champs Tournament Trail
http://www.basschamps.com/basschamps/scheduleCentral.cfm?selectedYear=2010
Starts on February 6th on Lake Belton

The 55th Annual Texas State Bass Tournament will be held April 10-11, 2010 at Mill Creek Park on Sam Rayburn Reservoir.
http://www.texasstatebass.com/


American Bass Anglers Club Tournament
Date: Sunday January 24, 2010
Time: All Day
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Lake Belton at Temple Lake Park

Lake Amistad OPEN Bass Tournament
Feb. 20th/21st, 2010
http://www.tournamenttime.net/Flyers/TeamofChampionsBassTournament...pdf
 

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Re: 2010 Bass Tournament Trails

[highlight]CANYON LAKE BASS TOURNAMENT EVERY WEDNESDAY.
During daylight savings time[/highlight]



Wednesday "Working Man's" Tournament
Every Wednesday



5:00pm start from Jacobs Creek North

$15.00 Entry - $5.00 for best 3 fish (1 place); $10.00
for big bass (1-10 entries pay 1 place; 11-19 entries
pays 2 places; 20 + entries pays 3 places).

90% Payback with 10% going towards end of season
FISH-OFF. You must fish at least 12 weekly
tournaments to qualify for FISH-OFF.

Contact: Charles Whited 512-557-6772
 

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Re: 2010 Bass Tournament Trails

[highlight]STILLHOUSE HOLLOW BASS TOURNAMENT[/highlight]

Monthly 1st Saturday Tournament
***ATTENTION FIRST SATURDAY OPEN TOURNAMENT ANGLERS***  The first Saturday open tournaments will be held at the Marina again [highlight]starting in April. [/highlight]We will be launching and weighing in at the Marina store. Check In time is from 5:30am until 6:15am with a first cast at 6:30am.  Weigh in is at noon. See you there.......

Open Tournaments

Central Texas Bass Anglers sponsors two tournaments that are open to the public on the first Saturday of every month.

There is a "Big Bass" tournament that costs $10 per contestant and each individual weighs only the largest fish he caught that day.

There is a "5 Fish" tournament that costs $20 per boat and each boat can bring in up to 5 fish to weigh in.

Both of these tournaments run simultaneously, and your big bass can be used as one of your 5 fish, so entering both tournaments is a breeze.

[highlight]Open "Big Bass" Tournament Rules[/highlight]

1. These rules and regulations shall be strictly followed. It is each contestant’s responsibility to read and fully understand these rules and regulations. Any contestant may be disqualified for noncompliance. All entrants agree by signing the Entry Fee Envelope that: decisions of the tournament officials will be final without recourse and Central Texas Bass Anglers (CTBA) or its members shall not be held liable for any claim of any type arising from participation in this tournament.

2. This is a BIG BASS tournament. Entry fee is $10 per contestant per tournament day. Each contestant may weigh in only one bass each tournament day. The bass may be a largemouth, smallmouth or Kentucky /spotted bass, 14" or longer. Three places will be paid:

1st place - 50% of the total entry fees for that tournament day

2nd place - 20% of the total entry fees for that tournament day

3rd place - 10% of the total entry fees for that tournament day

 Ties shall be decided by the flip of a coin.

3. CTBA reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who has previously been disqualified from any fishing tournament for a rule violation. Anyone who has guided for pay on Stillhouse Reservoir in the last 12 months may not participate.

4. Any contestant who displays poor sportsmanship, violates these rules and regulations, or violates any federal, state, or local game law will be disqualified for that tournament day. Disqualification from future CTBA tournaments shall be at the sole discretion of the tournament director.

5. Entry fees must be paid in cash, in full prior to 6:15 AM on each tournament day at the Stillhouse Marina Store.

6. Stillhouse Reservoir is off limits to any contestant from 9:00PM on Friday before each tournament day until 5:30AM on that tournament day.

7. Contestants may be on the water at 5:30AM on the tournament day but may not fish until 6:30AM .

8. Weigh-in time is 12:00 Noon at Stillhouse Marina Store. Contestants not checked in with the tournament director by 12:00 Noon will be scored a 0 weight for that tournament day.

9. Contestants must be adequately equipped to keep fish alive prior to weigh-in. Only live fish will be weighed and will be released back to Stillhouse Reservoir by CTBA immediately following weigh-in.

10.  Contestants shall bring only one fish to the weigh-in. Fish must be brought to weigh-in in a bag or other container with water.

11.  Only one, live Black bass (14" or longer) will be weighed. Short or dead fish will be scored as 0 weight for that tournament day.

12.  Fish brought to weigh-in must have been caught personally by the contestant, on Stillhouse Reservoir, during official tournament hours of 6:30AM to 12:00 Noon that tournament day.

13.  Only artificial bait may be used. Pork trailers and attractant scents are allowed.

14.  Each contestant may have only one line in the water at a time.

15.  No trolling under combustion engine power is allowed.

16.  Trailering is allowed.

17.  Boating, bank fishing, wading, belly boating, etc. is allowed. Boats shall have all required safety equipment, and be in compliance with USCG regulations.  Life jackets shall be worn and the driver will have the kill switch connected to his person whenever boat is on plane.  The Tournament Director has the right to inspect boats and may delay or cancel the start of a tournament for severe weather or factors that endangers the safety of competitors.  Violation is loss of all weight for the day.

18.  All Federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations shall be obeyed.

19.  No alcoholic beverages or drugs other than prescribed shall be consumed during tournament hours.


[highlight]Open "5 Fish" Tournament Rules[/highlight]
1. These rules and regulations shall be strictly followed. It is each contestant’s responsibility to read and fully understand these rules and regulations. Any contestant may be disqualified for noncompliance. All entrants agree by signing the Entry Fee Envelope that: 1) decisions of the tournament officials will be final without recourse, and; 2) Central Texas Bass Anglers (CTBA) or its members shall not be held liable for any claim of any type arising from participation in this tournament.

2. This is a 5 fish per boat tournament. Entry fee is $20 per boat per tournament day. Each boat may weigh in only 5 bass each tournament day. The bass may be  largemouth, smallmouth or Kentucky /spotted bass, 14" or longer. Three places will be paid:

1st place - 50% of the total entry fees for that tournament day

2nd place - 20% of the total entry fees for that tournament day

3rd place - 10% of the total entry fees for that tournament day

 Ties shall be decided by the flip of a coin.

3. CTBA reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who has previously been disqualified from any fishing tournament for a rule violation. Anyone who has guided for pay on Stillhouse Reservoir in the last 12 months may not participate.

4. Any contestant who displays poor sportsmanship, violates these rules and regulations, or violates any federal, state, or local game law will be disqualified for that tournament day. Disqualification from future CTBA tournaments shall be at the sole discretion of the tournament director.

5. Entry fees must be paid in cash, in full prior to 6:15AM on each tournament day at the Stillhouse Marina Store.

6. Stillhouse Reservoir is off limits to any contestant from 9:00PM on Friday before each tournament day until 5:30AM on that tournament day.

7. Contestants may be on the water at 5:30AM on the tournament day but may not fish until 6:30AM .

8. Weigh-in time is 12:00 Noon at Stillhouse Marina Store. Contestants not checked in with the tournament director by 12:00 Noon will be scored a 0 weight for that tournament day.

9. Contestants must be adequately equipped to keep fish alive prior to weigh-in. Fish will be released back to Stillhouse Reservoir by CTBA immediately following weigh-in.

10.  Contestants can bring up to 5 fish to the weigh-in. Fish must be brought to weigh-in in a bag or other container with water.

11.  Only five, bass (14" or longer) will be weighed. Short fish will not be weighed and will result in a team disqualification. Dead fish will incur a half pound penalty for that tournament day per dead fish.
 

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12. Fish brought to weigh-in must have been caught personally by the contestants, on Stillhouse Reservoir, during official tournament hours of 6:30AM to 12:00 Noon that tournament day.

13. Only artificial bait may be used. Pork trailers and attractant scents are allowed.

14. Each contestant may have only one line in the water at a time.

15. No trolling under combustion engine power is allowed.

16. Trailering is allowed.

17. All fishing will be done from the contestant’s boat. Boats shall have all required safety equipment, and be in compliance with USCG regulations. Life jackets shall be worn and the driver will have the kill switch connected to his person whenever boat is on plane. The Tournament Director has the right to inspect boats and may delay or cancel the start of a tournament for severe weather or factors that endangers the safety of competitors. Violation is loss of all weight for the day.

18. All Federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations shall be obeyed.

19. No alcoholic beverages or drugs other than prescribed shall be consumed during tournament hours.
 

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Re: 2010 Bass Tournament Trails

[highlight]TTZ-LAKE AUSTIN BASS TOURNAMENT EVERY WEDNESDAY, STARTING 03/17/2010[/highlight]

GO TO www.TTZ1.com
For the latest news!

TTZ Tournament Rules



1. Participants and Eligibility:
- TTZ Tournaments are open to all anglers.
- A team will consist of one or two anglers per boat; all contestants must have a valid fishing license.

2. Entry Fees/Payout:
- Entry fees shall be $40.00 per boat per tournament, which includes $30.00 main pot, $5.00 Big Bass pot and $5.00 tournament fee.
- Payout as follows:
1-5 boats pay 1 place 100% of pot
6-14 boats pay 2 places 60%, 40% of pot
15+ boats pay 3 places 50%, 30%, 20% of pot
- Overall Big Bass takes the entire Big Bass pot (except when otherwise noted).
- All ties will be resolved by splitting that place and the next place’s money.

3. Registration Times/Tournament Hours:
- Registration will begin half an hour before the start time posted in the tournament ad.
- Each team must register in person at the designated registration area. Cash only, no checks.
- For tournament hours please check the time posted in the tournament ad.
- All boats are subject to a livewell check and will launch simultaneously unless otherwise directed by a Tournament Director, boats must be beached at the weigh-in area by the end of the tournament.
- It is the angler’s responsibility to get the official time from the Tournament Director.

4. Permitted Fishing Methods:
- Only artificial baits may be used. No live or cut bait is permitted (pork baits are permitted).
- All bass must be caught alive in a legal and sporting manner. No snagging.
- Each competitor may only use 1 rod at a time. No more than 1 line in the water at a time per angler.
- Trolling with the combustion motor is not permitted.

5. Live Fish/Weigh In:
- A limit of five bass (largemouth, smallmouth, Guadalupe/spotted) may be weighed in per team.
- All fish must be a minimum of 14” and alive, we DO NOT weigh in short or dead fish.
- Weigh-in will be back at the launch site on a first come first serve basis.

6. Sportsmanship/Safety:
- All contestants are required to follow high standards of sportsmanship, courtesy, safety and conservation.
- Safe boating must be observed at all times.
- In case of inclement weather it will be the contestant’s decision to stay and fish or seek shelter/leave. Once tournament fees are paid and the tournament has begun there will be no refunds for any reason.

* Decisions of the Tournament Director are final and are not subject to appeal. Interpretation of these rules will be left exclusively to the Tournament Director.

* All participants expressly assume all risk(s) associated with each tournament event and hereby release, indemnify and hold harmless Texas Tournament Zone, Marine Outlet, the host, all sponsors, and tournament officials from all claims or injury and/or damage arising out of, or related to and/or incurred in connection with any TTZ sponsored event(s).
 

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[highlight]Two Bass Tournaments on same lake and date![/highlight]


Faith Angler Network Tournament Trail
http://www.faithanglernetwork.com/fan_tournament_rules.html
Starts on January 30th on Stillhouse Hollow.


Bud-Lite Bass Trail
http://www.budlighttrail.com/BLT/2010/SpringTeam/Temple/home.html
Starts on January 30th, 2010
on Stillhouse Hollow
Actually there will be three different tournaments on Stillhouse Jan 30th with the Two of Us Couples Trail out there as well.

Will be interesting to see 80-90 boats fishing Stillhouse on the same day with its current conditions!

Y'all come on out and join the fun!
 

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On January 30th, 2010 on Stillhouse Hollow Lake..


[highlight]FOUR BASS TOURNAMENTS ON ONE LAKE/SAME DAY![/highlight]

Faith Angler Network
Date: Saturday January 30, 2010
Time: [ch9702]Tournament hours will be from safe light to 3:00 p.m
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Lake Stillhouse Hollow at Stillhouse Isle Pavilion
http://www.faithanglernetwork.com/



[highlight]AND[/highlight]

Bud Light Trail-Temple Division
Date: Saturday January 30, 2010
Time: from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Stillhouse Hollow Lake
http://www.budlighttrail.com/


[highlight]AND[/highlight]

Two of Us
Date: Saturday January 30, 2010
Time: All Day
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Lake Stillhouse Hollow Riverbend Ramp
http://the2ofuscouplestournaments.com/home


[highlight]AND[/highlight]

C.A.S.T.
Date: Saturday January 30, 2010
Time: All Day
Type: Sports Event  (Public)  
Location: Lake Stillhouse Hollow--Union Grove
http://www.fishcast.com/Centralregion.html


Stillhouse Hollow Lake Details:

Lake Characteristics
Location: Five miles west of Belton off US 190
[highlight]Surface area: 6,429 acres[/highlight]
Maximum depth: 107 feet
Impounded: 1968

Water Conditions
Current Lake is full
Conservation Pool Elevation: 622 ft. msl
Fluctuation: 3-4 feet
Normal Clarity: Very clear


As of Sunday, next weekends forecast looks good...Just a little cool
Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a [highlight]low around 30. [/highlight]

Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 49
 

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TOO MANY!!!! You better only be fishing one trail :eek: :eek:
 

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Sweet, if CAST is going to be out there also add another 15 boats.

Potentially over 100 boats on Stillhouse this Sat...the way its been fishing I'm not sure there are even 100 black bass left in that lake.
 

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I've read where the average angler can fish 15 acres in 8 hours, but which 15 are you going to get that day?

A lot of used water and better have an anchor.
 

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S.A.P.D. Bass Busters 31st Annual Big Bass
1st Place: $ 2,000.00 (Guaranteed)

Date: March 6, 2010
Location: Choke Canyon
Weigh-in: Caliham State Park

1st Place: $ 2,000.00
(6) $ 150.00 Hourly Bigg bass payouts
$ 100.00 Cash drawing for EARLY registrants


Entry Fee: $ 75.00 Pre-registration (per person)
$ 95.00 Entry fee Day of Tournament

You can e-mail me for Entry form, rules or questions [email protected]
or
you may visit our website: www.sapdbassbusters.com and print out the entry form that is located at the bottom of our home page.

Thanks,

Johnnie Barnes
S.A.P.D. Bass Busters
 

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FAN does have a permit and reserved the Stillhouse Park for our event.
I just ask that the FAN members be courtious at the ramps and check in at the shores of Stillhouse Park Pavilion, and we will get everyone launched at safe light.
No tournament is worth a wrecked boat or worse. A safe and friendly event is what FAN is all about.
Good Luck
 

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Only 3 tournaments on Stillhouse this weekend, now. 2 of Us has postponed their first tournament of the year due to the weather, going to make it up at the end of the year.
 
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