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Hey Austin Anglers,

We are very excited for our first tournament on Lake Austin this weekend! This is the second tournament in the 2013 Austin division (first was combined with the Belton-Waco division on Belton Lake).

Each division has five tournaments. We pay back 80% at the ramp for each division tournament. Teams qualify for ALL SIX 2013 Championships by entering four of five tournaments in a single division, or by finishing in the top 50% of the final YTD standings (AOY Race), and the AOY for each division gets free entry into the next year's division.

We are giving a GUARANTEED $165,000 C&P in our six championships this year. Sam Rayburn, Toledo Bend, and Lake Fork will have a $45,000 Legend Alpha 191 w/ 200hp Mercury, Motorguide trolling motor, Lowrance depth finder, and EZLoader tandem trailer. Lake Waco, Lake Amistad, and Ray Roberts will have a $10,000 first place guaranty.

We are committed to growing this division over the next few years, so we invite you to come out and give us a try!

We will be at City Park on Sunday, Feb 17, starting at 5:00 AM for late registration. You can also register online with a credit card up until 5:00 PM on the Friday before the tournament.

For full details, please visit the Bud Light Trail website at – Bud Light Trail - The Premier Tournament Fishing Experience!, or give me a call/email/text any time!


Looking forward to meeting everyone!

Chris Davis
214-616-5693
[email protected]
 

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A note from the TPWD – "Lake Austin hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil is heavy. If an effort is made to preach cleaning boats and trailers after the event, it would be very much appreciated. We don’t want to spread invasive species. Thanks."

TPWD will be on standby in case a ShareLunker is caught! Woo-hoo!

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A note from the TPWD – "Lake Austin hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil is heavy. If an effort is made to preach cleaning boats and trailers after the event, it would be very much appreciated. We don’t want to spread invasive species. Thanks."


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Would somebody please transplant hydrilla in Lake Travis- that'd be great, thanks
 

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I am not a pickle chaser.. but do you guys not coordinate schedules? The TTZ is on LBJ this weekend and thats where the party's at. Just saying
 

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Brandon,

We definitely don't want to conflict with TTZ. They run a great trail in Central Texas and have a great following. We do our absolute best to not schedule on top of other tournaments, and we do our best to release our schedule as early as possible to try and avoid conflicts, but it is almost impossible to schedule 130 tournaments across Texas and Western Louisana without having a few. I can't remember how early we put out our schedule last year, but I know that it was posted by October (divisions and lakes were up earlier than that). We were told that if we scheduled on Sundays in the Austin area that we would miss most tournaments. We hope that, since TTZ is fishing on Saturday at LBJ, and we are on Sunday at Lake Austin, that some of the teams can make both.

Even if you can't make it out to fish the tournament, we invite everyone to come by and check out our weigh in and setup to see what we are all about.


Chris
 
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