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Where: Lake Austin City Park
When: 2-26-11
6:00AM – 6:45AM Check In (Look for a camp lantern set up around a park bench on the shores of city park) Take off at 6:45AM
12:00 End Time – All boats must be back inside the no wake buoys by 12:00PM

Cost: $40.00 dollars per boat

Pay Outs:

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

**No Big Bass Side Pot**


All fish must be caught in a legal sporting manner, no trolling with the combustion motor

Each boat is subject to a livewell check prior to take off

Once the tournament has started there will be NO refunds for inclement weather. If a team deems the conditions unsafe they do so with the knowledge of no refunds after payment

Each team must register in person with cash only

Teams will weigh in their best 5 Fish (Largemouth, smallmouth, spotted or guad's) minimum is 14 inch length across all species

Dead fish will not be weighted in

Fish care is of extreme importance, please learn how to properly care for your fish, including being able to FIZZ a fish if needed. Our goal is to not have any floaters if we can avoid it

Each team must be back inside the no wake buoys by 12:00PM. Failure to do so will result in a DQ if observed by a tournament director.

If a team has boat problems, another team may volunteer to go get their fish and put them in a separate livewell on the working boat provided the working boat is back in time. One member of the team who had boat problems must be present as the weigh in

Safe boating must be observed at all times, life jack and kill switch are mandatory while boat is on plane

Weigh in will be conducted using a hand held scale and ABF owned weigh bag or a stationary scale. Teams are responsible for having their own weigh in bag to bring fish to the scales with.

Tournament Director has the final say, no appeals will be accepted

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Peyton and I will be fishing.  FYI to all the local anglers we have been whacking em all over the lake on artificial dragon flies and grasshopper crankbaits.  Fishing only in the very middle of the lake.
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