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This year my fishing partner and I have switched leagues to fish the Bass World Sports Tournament Association out of the Mississippi River Division.  I was wondering if anyone had competed in these tournaments or knows anyone who has, and if so could fill me in on what to expect. 

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I have fished the Ozarks division for Lake of the Ozarks. Like a lot of tournaments the amount of boats have declined in the last 5 years or so, but there is still some decent competition. I think 80% payout. All in all it's pretty good. They have an end of year tournament I have been to a couple of times. 

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On 3/28/2017 at 3:52 PM, LOZSteve said:

I have fished the Ozarks division for Lake of the Ozarks. Like a lot of tournaments the amount of boats have declined in the last 5 years or so, but there is still some decent competition. I think 80% payout. All in all it's pretty good. They have an end of year tournament I have been to a couple of times. 

Do you know how the format works in qualifying for the end of the year tourney, by this I mean in the AOY standings for each division how many teams will go (for example like top 6)

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As I recall if you fish 6 of his tournaments you are invited on a wildcard to the year end tournament. Each year it is on a different lake. Last year it was on Kentucky Lake. You can also qualify via points by how you finish but I can't remember exactly how many teams qualify that way. The cost of the tournaments is 150.00 with an extra 20.00 side pot. End of the year tournaments was kinda cool but took too long for the meeting day before and with prizes and the drawing for the boat give a way. They do have a website - bwsta.com 

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