Who's ready to catch some fish this Tuesday? At our last tournament we had some great bags weighed in, it took 19.61 lbs to take down first place. Even though some fish came close, no big bass was caught, so we are rolling over $1230 plus this week's entries into the big bass pot. Come on out and join us on beautiful Lake Travis!
We've had some people ask some questions about the big bass pot, here are some answers for you:
- Is there an extra fee required to get into the pot? No, $40 is your entry for the event and to get into the big bass pot.
- Are there membership fees for the Tuesday Night events? No
- Can anybody win the pot, even new comers? Yes (except for the last night of the season, on the last night only those who have fished at least one event are eligible)
- What does it take to win the pot? A bass 7 pounds or over
All TTZ events are qualified for Skeeter Real Money, if you are fishing out of any year Skeeter with a Yamaha motor you need to sign up, don't leave money on the table after you win.
Registration and weigh-in at Mansfield Dam Park, otherwise we have the same rules as in the past years.
Check in will start at 5:30PM at Mansfield Dam Park, all boats must draw a number for take off. Boats will be launched by their draw order starting at 6:30PM. Please come by the launch boat with your livewells open as we call your number. Weigh-in will start at 10:00PM, only the boats with a chip on the table by 10:00PM will be allowed to weigh. So drop off your chip, then go trailer your boat up to the lot to weigh your fish. As long as your chip is on the table in time you will get to weigh your fish
This will be a best 5 bass tournament, any combination of LMB, spot, smallie, or guadalupe bass, a minimum of 14 inches. There is a 7 pound minimum for Big Bass. If the pot is not won it will rollover to the next week. At the end of the year if not collected the pot will be split among the top finishing qualified teams in the final night's payout. You must have fished at least one event to qualify for Big Bass pot money on the final night.
For the complete set of rules please go to:Lake Travis Tuesday Night bass tournament
As always we hope everybody can make it out Tuesday night, but if not you can watch the weigh-in results live on: Texas Tournament Zone
Don't miss out on your bonus money if you have a Skeeter! The Tuesday Night Tournaments are sanctioned for Skeeter Real Money and we paid over $13,000 in Skeeter incentive money the last three years. Where else can you fish a 3.5 hour tournament on a $40 entry and win thousands? With the Wednesday and Thursday Night Tournaments also sanctioned for Skeeter Real Money you now have FOUR TIMES the chance to win more money fishing out of a Skeeter every week!http://www.skeeterboats.com/real-money
TTZ Tuesday Nights are sponsored by: