Category Archive: Open Tournaments

WAYNE COUNTY KENTUCKY OPEN EVENT SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

Wayne County Casting Cardinals of Kentucky Announce 2016 Tournament Schedule October 8th- Green River – Wayne County Open, Site 1 Ramp.                                                                           Take off 7am or Safe Light and weigh in at 3pm. ET October 29th – Lake Cumberland – 5th Annual Fall High School Classic, Conley Bottom Marina.                          Take off at 7am …

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Rockcastle County Rockets Announce Open Event Series

August 6:  6am-1pm EST Where: Lake Linville – Boat Ramp September 24:  6:30am -2:30pm EST Where: Barren River Lake – Peninsula Ramp **Date Change**October 15:  7am–3pm EST Where: Dale Hollow Lake – State Ramp November 5:  7am–3pm EST Where: Lake Cumberland – Burnside Island State Park Ramp December 3:  7am–3pm EST Where: Lake Linville – …

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NORTH MISSISSIPPI SAF TRAIL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

North Mississippi Fall Tournament Trail * $30 per boat   * 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Awarded * Cash for Big Bass * 5 fish limit   * Onsite Registration  * Takeoff at safelight, Weigh-in at 2pm September 10 – Bay Springs Marina – Hosting School – Booneville Contact: kristie.nanney@msdh.ms.org; 662-587-1017 September 24 – JP Coleman State …

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GA SAF Event Hosted by Gilmer High School Bobcats

Hosting High School:  Gilmer High School Bobcats Purpose: Club Fund Raiser / SAF awareness Campaign Entry Fee: $20 Per Boat   50% Payback in new gear to top 3 places When: Nov 12 at Safe Light (6:30 am) Where: Carter’s Lake at Doll Mountain Boat Launch – the dead end of Carter’s Landing Way, Ellijay, …

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Berkeley High School Wins SC SAF Tournament Trail Event on Lake Murray

Berkeley High School on Lake Murray

Berkeley High teammates Dolton Wiggins & Cole Garrick with Boat Captain Gene Wiggins overcame major boat issues midway through the tournament to win the South Carolina SAF Tournament Trail event on Lake Murray.  The pair brought four fish to the scales weighing 10.04 pounds. Coming in second, were Raymie Segars and Jack Covington representing Wilson Hall …

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