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With the BCWC canceled, my club is kicking around ideas to fill that void.  I personally like the idea of a team vs. team format.  One of the ideas we are kicking around is to find a club in our part of the country that is willing to fish against us once a year.  I would like to make it an annual tradition and friendly rivalry.  But I don't want to do a ton of work so I want to keep it small.  Also, it would have to be a club in our part of the country due to gas prices.  

Anyway, if your club is located in AL, GA, MS, TN, or N FL and you think you might be interested let me know.  Again, I am just kicking around ideas at this point.

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I am in a holding pattern on this since there is a slight chance Airport Marine might organize something along these lines next year.  But just in case that falls through and I do something small on my own, I have to ask:


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The Bass Pro Shop in Garland Texas sponsered a Battle of the Texas Bass Clubs last spring over here on Lake Ray Hubbard. Why not contact them or Academy about doing it over there. Ours was a great success, so much so that they have committed to doing an annual deal every spring. Both companies over here are very commited to this and it is even better if your clubs have children fishing. BPS called every junior angler to the stage last year and presented them with a new rod/reel combo. If you try to deal with BPS get it going before they commit all of their money out. They try to have it all finished before the first of the year. You do not have to go to the top either. Each BPS store has a budget that they can use for promotions.

Each club was required to have at least 5 boats and to keep it on a level field the top 10 teams from each club were used to compile the total weight for each day.

All clubs had at least 10 boats fishing and some clubs had as many as 20+ boats entered. It worked out well.

Entry fees were $200.00 a club and all money was paid back to the top three clubs. We finished second and our club used the money to help send our top 6 to the Texas state championship.

Good luck

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