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New trail #14453232 08/19/22 12:32 PM
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Surprised it hasn't been brought up yet. New series with big payouts and true championship for top 75 in points.

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Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14453241 08/19/22 12:51 PM
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Interesting. Seemed like a great turnout for his benefit tournament earlier this year


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Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14453246 08/19/22 12:55 PM
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I fished the benefit one and it was well run, even for the weather conditions that were thrown at them.


Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14453403 08/19/22 03:31 PM
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Looking forward to it. Great payout.

Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14453416 08/19/22 03:34 PM
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Throw in incentives and the ROI crushes NPFL and the Opens.


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Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14453451 08/19/22 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by T.Cat
I fished the benefit one and it was well run, even for the weather conditions that were thrown at them.

Absolutely agree.

Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14454372 08/20/22 02:22 PM
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The Texas tournament directors memorial cemetery is littered with TD’s who’ve tried to build a high end team series here. I literally can’t think of anything harder.

Rule #1 in the derby business, never listen to the anglers when you’re starting a trail. roflmao I’m sure they’ll get lots of definite maybes for this one.

I do wish them luck, that’s a heck of a payout.


Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14454621 08/20/22 08:39 PM
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Wish them luck...
IMO there are too many now--- especially in some parts of the state where the choice of decent lakes is limited.

Re: New trail [Re: Mark Jones] #14454688 08/20/22 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Mark Jones
The Texas tournament directors memorial cemetery is littered with TD’s who’ve tried to build a high end team series here. I literally can’t think of anything harder.

Rule #1 in the derby business, never listen to the anglers when you’re starting a trail. roflmao I’m sure they’ll get lots of definite maybes for this one.

I do wish them luck, that’s a heck of a payout.




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Re: New trail [Re: T.Cat] #14455028 08/21/22 02:14 PM
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I think the problem with some of the high priced trail deal is the deep east texas focus. Entry fees are no big deal, the time and expensive of travel and practice time to feel like you even have a shot at being competitive rule out alot of guys from wanting to go to that pine tree infested hell hole and give locals money..... especially when they are spending nothing for travel and sleeping in their own bed. The locals down there are basically paying entry fee and a little gas. The dfw and west guys are paying multiple tanks of gas, multiple nights in hotels, multiple nights away from home and still have very limited chance at being competitive. At the end of the day a dfw guy is really just contributing to the mobile home sales fund in jasper.

Re: New trail [Re: WAWI] #14455196 08/21/22 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted by WAWI
I think the problem with some of the high priced trail deal is the deep east texas focus. Entry fees are no big deal, the time and expensive of travel and practice time to feel like you even have a shot at being competitive rule out alot of guys from wanting to go to that pine tree infested hell hole and give locals money..... especially when they are spending nothing for travel and sleeping in their own bed. The locals down there are basically paying entry fee and a little gas. The dfw and west guys are paying multiple tanks of gas, multiple nights in hotels, multiple nights away from home and still have very limited chance at being competitive. At the end of the day a dfw guy is really just contributing to the mobile home sales fund in jasper.

So we’re in?

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Originally Posted by WAWI
I think the problem with some of the high priced trail deal is the deep east texas focus. Entry fees are no big deal, the time and expensive of travel and practice time to feel like you even have a shot at being competitive rule out alot of guys from wanting to go to that pine tree infested hell hole and give locals money..... especially when they are spending nothing for travel and sleeping in their own bed. The locals down there are basically paying entry fee and a little gas. The dfw and west guys are paying multiple tanks of gas, multiple nights in hotels, multiple nights away from home and still have very limited chance at being competitive. At the end of the day a dfw guy is really just contributing to the mobile home sales fund in jasper.

So we’re in?

Sure, I'm positive some hillbilly needs a new skirt on their trailer

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Originally Posted by WAWI
I think the problem with some of the high priced trail deal is the deep east texas focus. Entry fees are no big deal, the time and expensive of travel and practice time to feel like you even have a shot at being competitive rule out alot of guys from wanting to go to that pine tree infested hell hole and give locals money..... especially when they are spending nothing for travel and sleeping in their own bed. The locals down there are basically paying entry fee and a little gas. The dfw and west guys are paying multiple tanks of gas, multiple nights in hotels, multiple nights away from home and still have very limited chance at being competitive. At the end of the day a dfw guy is really just contributing to the mobile home sales fund in jasper.

Add to that, the east texas guys wont travel to keep the trail full of boats either. They can cherry pick rayburn events and stay busy.

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Originally Posted by WAWI
I think the problem with some of the high priced trail deal is the deep east texas focus. Entry fees are no big deal, the time and expensive of travel and practice time to feel like you even have a shot at being competitive rule out alot of guys from wanting to go to that pine tree infested hell hole and give locals money..... especially when they are spending nothing for travel and sleeping in their own bed. The locals down there are basically paying entry fee and a little gas. The dfw and west guys are paying multiple tanks of gas, multiple nights in hotels, multiple nights away from home and still have very limited chance at being competitive. At the end of the day a dfw guy is really just contributing to the mobile home sales fund in jasper.



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Originally Posted by Der Vorsteher
Originally Posted by WAWI
I think the problem with some of the high priced trail deal is the deep east texas focus. Entry fees are no big deal, the time and expensive of travel and practice time to feel like you even have a shot at being competitive rule out alot of guys from wanting to go to that pine tree infested hell hole and give locals money..... especially when they are spending nothing for travel and sleeping in their own bed. The locals down there are basically paying entry fee and a little gas. The dfw and west guys are paying multiple tanks of gas, multiple nights in hotels, multiple nights away from home and still have very limited chance at being competitive. At the end of the day a dfw guy is really just contributing to the mobile home sales fund in jasper.



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