The Ray Hubbard Bass Cub will be having our third members only tournament of 2020, Saturday June 13th on Lake Tawakoni. Here is the information -â¢ When: Saturday June 13th
â¢ Where: Lake Tawakoni - Sky Point RV Park Ramp ($5.00 one time use fee to enter)
â¢ Time: 5:50 AM - 3:00 PM
â¢ Registration: 4:45 - 5:30 AM
â¢ Entry Fee: $60.00 per boat - 2 person maximum
You MUST be an RHBC member to fish this tournament. To join the Club since we are not having a meeting please follow the procedures in the following linkMembership ProceduresRegistration procedures Tournament morning
I will be at the picnic table on the small pavillion at Sky Point Park. I will have the chip board with me there. I will ask you to place the entry fee directly in to the money bag. Please bring exact change if possible. I will take your names and you can get the next chip on the board. Please keep six feet distance from the people in line ahead of you. Chris will be in the lot checking livewells. Please open your live wells for him so he just has to shine the light in there, tie the ribbon on your trolling motor and you are free to launch or trailer at that point.
Weigh in procedures
As always you will be called up by boat numbers starting with 1-10. We will have buckets set up marking off the required distance between you and the next person in line. As the line reduces in size, we will call up the next group. Never more in line than we have buckets for please. As you come up place your weigh bag in the tub and step back. The Tournament Director will then come up and place your fish in to the mesh bag to weigh them. Let him know ahead of time if you have a fish to weigh for big bass and ID it when he takes it out of the bag if itâs not evident. Once he weighs the fish, he will load them back in your bag and you come get it and step off to the side for pictures. Then you can release your fish. If you wish at that point to watch the rest of the weigh in, please stay out in front of the scales and again keep the required amount of distance between yourself and others.
Leave your fish in the live well until your number is called! Keep the water cooled and treated and your fish healthy! See you at the ramp!