2017 Tournament Schedule


April 8, Steilacoom

May 6, American

***June 3, Alder (Open)

July 29, St. Clair

August 26, Kapowsin

Sept. 16, Lawrence

Oct. 21, Black


***Alder Lake Open Tournament will be open to anyone who would like to fish with electric motor only, no matter what size your boat is. Tournament rules will be identical to our normal club events. Two man teams are the norm but one man teams are accepted. Entry fee is $10 per person. Generally, $5 of the entry fee would go into the clubs general fund and $5 would go towards big bass of the event. In this event, though, we have prize packs from some of our club's sponsors, including nets from Ego, and baits from Fisher Bros. and Got 'em Coach Tackle Company. Accompanying prize packs for the top three finishers will be cash prizes. A break down of the top three finishers will look something like this as we are still receiving gear from our sponsors:
1st place-Ego S2 Slider net, Ego culling beam, $120 cash
2nd place-Ego S2 Slider net, various jigs from Got 'em Coach Tackle Co., baits from Fisher Bros. $60 cash
3rd place-Various baits from Got 'em Coach and Fisher Bros. $40 cash
Big Bass will be a set payout at $100 cash

Entry fee will be cash only, no checks!

 A briefing of the rules are listed under "AOY Points" and all of   the rules can be found in our handbook, on this site, under "About Us". There will be a 12 inch minimum size restriction. Every fish measured must be at least 12" in length. Team fish limits are 3 fish.
All boats must have some sort of banner reading "Contestant".
All boats must have an operational livewell or cooler with at least one operational pump. Alder Lake will be Off Limits from Midnight, Sunday May 28, 2017 until the start of the tournament, June 3, 2017

If you have any questions please email arniejl76@gmail.com

30 boat maximum limit. Club members take precedence, after that, first come first serve. A zebra muscle and Lakewood Master Basser Liability Release will be required to be signed. All Washington State Boating laws must be observed.

 

  
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