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The University of Texas Open Team Tournament at Lake Austin - 11/20/16


University of Texas Bass Team Fundraising Tournament - Lake Austin



• Location: Lake Austin
• Date: Sunday, November 20th
• Launch Time: Safe Light
• Weigh In Time: 3pm
• Launch: Loop 360 Boat Ramp (5019 Capital of Texas Hwy N Austin, TX 78746)
• Registration: 360 Ramp 6:00-8:00pm the night before and 5:00-6:30am the morning of
• Entry: $100 per team; $20 optional Big Bass
• Payback: 70% payout; 30% for our club. Pay every 1 in 5 places; 1 Big Bass
• Cash Only
• Open Team Tournament
• Team consists of two people fishing from the same boat
• Fishing Individual is allowed
• Off Limits: 8pm Saturday night-First cast of tournament
• Must have chip on table by 3:00pm
• For every minute late after 3:00 there will be a 1lb deduction
• Dead fish= ½ lb deduction
• Rules:
-All state and local laws will be followed
-Only species of Black Bass will be weighed (Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted)
-5 fish limit per team. Each fish must be 14” minimum
-Fishing by Rod and Reel and artificial lures only. Pork rind is acceptable. NO TROLLING
-Life Jackets must be worn at all times when big motor is in operation
-Common courtesy is recommended at all times
-Any law broken will be grounds for automatic disqualification




The proceeds from this tournament will go towards our club’s travel and lodging expenses for college tournaments.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me at anytime 254-379-4417 or [email protected]
 

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dang going to miss this, will be on choke canyon
 

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Anyone unable to fish the tournament could still stop by weigh in to donate some cash to the cause. Hey Cody, is there a web page where people can go to donate money to the cause?
 
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