*** Presented by Crowley Band Boosters***
Fourth Annual Crowley Mighty Eagle Band Benefit Bass Tournament
Squaw Creek Open Team Tournament
Launch and weigh-in at the Squaw Creek Park; Weigh-in will be conducted by Jimmy Erwin
Safe Light to 2pm
Sunday November 15th, 2015
Entry Fee: $80.00 per boat (80% payout)
$10 Optional Big Bass (100% payout)
$20 Gate Entry Fee (normally $30)
Registration will at Squaw Creek Park from 5:00am until Safe Light. You can also PM me and I will add you to the list and you can pay entry fee the morning of the Tournament. I can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at (817) 602-0684.
(Based on a Field of 100 Boats)
1st Place - $1200
2nd Place - $750
3rd Place - $550
4th Place - $450
5th Place - $400
6th Place - $350
7th Place - $325
8th Place - $300
9th Place - $275
10th Place - $250
11th Place - $230
12th Place - $210
13th Place - $190
14th Place - $170
15th Place - $150
16th Place - $140
17th Place - $130
18th Place - $120
19th Place - $110
20th Place - $100
1st Big Bass - $500
2nd Big Bass - $300
3rd Big Bass - $200
For more information call Carl Toles @ (817) 602-0684, or email at email@example.com
Chopped Beef Sandwiches, Potato Salad and beans will be served after weigh in, courtesy of the Crowley Band Booster’s. (Chopped Beef will be cooked by Big Fish BBQ) BigFishBBQ Squaw Creek Open Tournament Rules
RULES: All Texas Parks and Wildlife regulations shall apply. Only one rod may be used at a time. No trolling with a combustion engine. Only artificial baits may be used.
All our events are two person events, but you can fish alone if your fishing partner cannot make it.
Livewell checks will be done randomly and at the Tournament Director’s discretion.
WEIGH-IN: Each team may weigh (5) five largemouth or Kentucky Spotted Bass. All fish must be 14 inches minimum length or it will not be weighed.
CULLING: THERE WILL BE A 5 FISH LIMIT. YOU MUST BEGIN CULLING AFTER YOUR 6TH FISH IS BOATED. THIS MEANS CULL AS SOON AS THE 6TH FISH IS CAUGHT AND NOT AT THE RAMP or you will be disqualified. You may not cull dead fish.
Life jackets are recommended to be on anytime that your boat is above idle.
By paying in you assume all responsibility and risks as personal and yours alone, and cannot hold anyone else associated with the tournament responsible in any way. It is, understood, that each individual is responsible for their own actions, and that the rest of the teams and the Tournament Director are not responsible for the actions or liability incurred by any individual angler.
The Tournament Director’s decisions are final and not disputable.