Calendar

Sep
24
Sun
2017
CASTAWAY ANGLERS 2017 Tournaments
Sep 24 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

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March 19th (Sun) Lake Gaston Poplar Creek 7-4PM

April 1st (Sat) Smith Mt Lake State Park 7-4PM

May 7th (Sun) Buggs Island Grassy/Longwood 6-3PM

May 21st (Sun) Claytor Lake Bear Drive 6-3PM

June 3rd (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) State Ramp (dam) 6-3PM

June 24-25th Smith Mt (NIGHT/OPEN) State Park 8-4AM

July 22-23rd Smith Mt. Lake (NIGHT) State Park 8-4AM

August 26th (Sat) Leesville Lake State Ramp (dam) 6-3PM

Sept 23-24th Leesville/Smith (CLASSIC) State Ramp/Park 7-4PM

Oct 21st (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) State Ramp (dam) 7-4PM

November 4th (Sat) Smith Mt Lake (OPEN) State Park 7-4PM

Sep
30
Sat
2017
Augusta County Bass Jons 2017 Tournaments
Sep 30 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

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Augusta County Bass Jons Tournaments & Event schedule for 2017
1) Lake Anna Anna Point April 15, 2017
2) Lake Moomaw May 6, 2017
3) Leesville Reservoir May 20, 2017
4) Chickahominy River June 17, 2017 Club Camp out
5) James River Osborne Landing July 15, 2017

6) Rappahannock River August 12, 2017
7) Shenandoah River Main Stem (Riverton) August 26, 2017
???? Pamunkey River Sept 30, 2017
9) Roanoker River / Smith Mt Lake Oct 14, 2016

Feb 4, 2017 Membership Drive Meeting Guy K Stump Elem School
6pm all members and New Members needs to be there ( Bass angler wanted)

April 29, 2017 Chicken Bbq
July 29, 2017 Chicken Bbq
Sept 16, 2017 Chicken Bbq
Oct 2017 DTBD

Free Kids fishing Day June 3, 2017

Augusta County Fishing Expo March 4, 2017 9am-5pm Augusta Expo . Fishing Vendors wanted

Non Club event Oakley Big Bass Tour April 8, 2017

B.A.S.S. NATION OF VA 2017
Sep 30 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
April 8 – 9, 2017
Mr. BASS – Team Event
4 Teams
Holley Grove Marina
South Hill
 __________________________________________________
May 6 – 7, 2017
Team Championship – 6 Teams
Occoneechee State Park Ramp
Headquarters Clarksville
 ___________________________________________________
September 30 – Oct. 1 – 2017
FALL CLASSIC
Occoneechee State Park
____________________________________________________
October 28-29, 2017
State Championship for the
State Team
TBA

 

CATT 2017 Fall Schedule Weccamaw River – North Carolina
Sep 30 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

CATT 2017 Fall Schedule Weccamaw River

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Individual Fall membership fee is $35. A team only has to enter 1 qualifier to be eligible to enter the final for that trail (unless otherwise noted below that trail’s schedule).

Waccamaw River
EventDateLanding
Qualifier 1September 2BucksportResults
Qualifier 2September 30Bucksport ***CATT Gold***Results
Qualifier 3October 21BucksportResults
Qualifier 4November 4BucksportResults
FinalDecember 9BucksportResults

 

HillCity Bassmaster 2017
Sep 30 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Oct
1
Sun
2017
B.A.S.S. NATION OF VA 2017
Oct 1 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
April 8 – 9, 2017
Mr. BASS – Team Event
4 Teams
Holley Grove Marina
South Hill
 __________________________________________________
May 6 – 7, 2017
Team Championship – 6 Teams
Occoneechee State Park Ramp
Headquarters Clarksville
 ___________________________________________________
September 30 – Oct. 1 – 2017
FALL CLASSIC
Occoneechee State Park
____________________________________________________
October 28-29, 2017
State Championship for the
State Team
TBA

 

Oct
7
Sat
2017
Levi’s Benefit Tournament October 7th Parkway Marina 7-3 @ Parkway Marina
Oct 7 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Levi's Benefit Tournament October 7th Parkway Marina 7-3 @ Parkway Marina  | Huddleston | Virginia | United States

The event Cost $60.00 and that includes big fish we are paying back 50% on 1 for every 5 boats see you at Parkway Marina October 7th.

Levi Shull is a 4-year-old boy from Amherst County who has been battling an incurable brain condition, Hydrocephalus.
What Is Hydrocephalus?
Hydrocephalus is a condition that occurs when fluid builds up in the skull and causes the brain to swell. The name means “water on the brain.”
Brain damage can occur as a result of the fluid buildup. This can lead to developmental, physical, and intellectual impairments. It requires treatment to prevent serious complications.
Hydrocephalus mainly occurs in children and adults over 60, but younger adults can get it too. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) estimates that 1 to 2 of every 1,000 babies are born with hydrocephalus.
What Causes Hydrocephalus?
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flows through your brain and spinal cord in normal conditions. Under certain conditions, the amount of CSF in your brain increases. The amount of CSF can increase when:
a blockage develops that prevents CSF from flowing normally
there is a decrease in the ability of blood vessels to absorb it
your brain produces an excess amount of it
Too much of this fluid puts your brain under too much pressure. This pressure can cause brain swelling, which can damage your brain tissue.
Levi was diagnosed with Hydrocephalus at 6 months old. Levi’s hydrocephalus was treated with a shunt.
What Is a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt?
A ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt is a medical device that relieves pressure on the brain caused by fluid accumulation.
VP shunting is a surgical procedure that primarily treats a condition called hydrocephalus. This condition occurs when excess cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) collects in the brain’s ventricles. CSF cushions your brain and protects it from injury inside your skull. The fluid acts as a delivery system for nutrients that your brain needs, and it also takes away waste products. Normally, CSF flows through these ventricles to the base of the brain. The fluid then bathes the brain and spinal cord before it’s reabsorbed into the blood.
When this normal flow is disrupted, the buildup of fluid can create harmful pressure on the brain’s tissues, which can damage the brain. Doctors surgically place VP shunts inside one of the brain’s ventricles to divert fluid away from the brain and restore normal flow and absorption of CSF.
VP Shunt Procedure
Doctors typically perform the placement of a VP shunt while a patient is under general anesthesia. You’ll be asleep during the surgery and won’t experience pain. The entire procedure takes about 90 minutes.
The surgical nurse will shave the area behind your ear in preparation for shunting, as this is where they will place the catheter. Catheters are thin, flexible tubes used to drain excess fluid. A surgeon will make a tiny incision behind the ear and will also drill a small hole in the skull. They will then thread one catheter into the brain through this opening. The other catheter goes behind your ear and is subcutaneous, meaning it resides under the skin. This tube travels down to your chest and abdomen, allowing excess CSF to drain into the abdominal cavity, where your body absorbs it. Your surgeon will attach a tiny pump to both catheters and place it under the skin behind your ear. The pump will automatically activate to remove fluid when the pressure in the skull increases. It may even be possible to program the pump, also called a valve, to activate when the fluid increases to a certain volume.
Risks of VP Shunting
Placement of a shunt is a very safe procedure. However, complications can occur during or after the procedure. Risks associated with any surgical procedure include excessive bleeding and infection. You might also experience adverse reactions to anesthesia, such as breathing difficulties, changes in heart rate, or changes in blood pressure levels.
There are rare risks specific to VP shunting that can be serious and potentially life-threatening if left untreated, including:
infection in the shunt or brain
blood clots
bleeding in the brain
damage to brain tissue
swelling of the brain
Fever, headache, abdominal pain, fatigue, and a spike in blood pressure levels can indicate an infection or a malfunction of the shunt. Notify your doctor immediately if these signs and symptoms develop. According to the University of Chicago, infection is most common in the first few weeks after a shunt placement.
Outlook
Shunting is successful in reducing pressure in the brain in most people. VP shunts are likely to require replacement after several years, especially in small children. The average lifespan of an infant’s shunt is 2 years. Adults and children over the age of 2 may not need a shunt replacement for 8 or more years. Shunts systems require frequent monitoring and follow-up. Complications that may occur with shunt systems include:
mechanical failure
obstructions
infections
Malfunctions can lead to serious complications, such as over- or under-draining of CSF. Over-draining occurs when CSF drains from ventricles at a faster rate than it is produced. This can cause ventricles to collapse, which may lead to headaches or hemorrhage inside the brain. Under-draining allows CSF to accumulate on the brain and can cause symptoms of hydrocephalus to return.
After Levi’s first surgery in March 2013, the shunt failed within 3 weeks. Levi underwent his second brain surgery in April 2013. This particular shunt revision lasted until 2015, the best performing one that we had. Since Levi’s revision in 2015 he has undergone 3 more shunt revisions, one in 2016 and 2 in 2017.
Symptoms of shunt failure include headache, vomiting, lethargy, change in behavior, things that are typically symptoms in a sick child without Hydrocephalus. When these symptoms present the only way to rule out shunt problems is a trip to the ER. This is due to the fact that the only way to check is through MRI, XRAY Shunt Series, CT Scan, or Intracranial Pressure Monitor. In Levi’s case his scans typically come back showing normal ventricle size. Many types when in shunt failure the ventricles will appear enlarged on imaging. So, in Levi’s case we have to have more surgeries to place the intracranial pressure monitor.
The placement of an ICP monitor is done when pressure micro sensor will be placed by the neurosurgeon in the operating room under general anesthesia. The scalp will be prepped with an antiseptic solution and a small hole will be drilled in your skull. A small pressure micro sensor will be calibrated and passed through the hole a short distance into the brain. You will be taken to the intensive care unit for monitoring. The pressure probe is then connected to the ICP recording system and intracranial pressure is measured continuously.
Levi has had a total of 4 ICP monitor placements at this point in his life. Between shunt revision and ICP monitor placements Levi has undergone a total of 11 brain surgeries in is short life. With the failure rate being at 50% at 2 years, Levi has a lifetime of potential brain surgeries ahead of him.

 

 

 

Ram Open Series American Bass Anglers NC – 2017
Oct 7 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

Division North Carolina

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Entry Fees:
Division: $200 Boater/$100 Co-Anglers
Area Championship: $300 Boater/$150 Co-Anglers
Ray Scott Cup – No Entry Fee

DatesLake
Information/Results
Launch Ramp/Event Flier PDFRegister
2/11/2017NormanBlythe Landing
3/18/2017BadinAlcoa Access
5/06/2017WylieSouth Point
6/03/2017High RockTamarac Marina
2 Day Area Championship – Guaranteed $10,000 First Place
10/07/2017
10/08/2017
HartwellGreen Pond
The Angler’s Choice Team Tournament Trail 2017
Oct 7 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

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The Angler’s Choice Team Tournament Trail 2017 Schedule (Tentative)

  • March 11, 2017

  • Smith Mountain Lake, Parkway Marina
  • 8:00AM until 4:00PM
  • April 1, 2017

  • Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • April 2, 2017

  • Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • April 29, 2017

  • High Rock Lake, Southmont Ramp – North Carolina
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • May 20, 2017

  • Smith Mountain Lake, Parkway Marina
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • May 21, 2017

  • Smith Mountain Lake, Parkway Marina
    Multiple Sclerosis Benefit Tournament – QUALIFIER ONLY
    (No points)
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • June 10, 2017

  • Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 6:00AM until 3:00PM
  • October 7th & 8th, 2017

  • Classic 2 Days – Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM (Day 1)
    7:00AM until 2:00PM (Day 2)
  • MAY 21, 2017
    Fish the 5th Annual Missy Miller MS Team Bass Tournament – ACM Qualifier (no points)
    CLICK for Entry Form

The use of the Alabama Rig is now allowed in ACTTT tournaments. The ACTTT has been cleared to use umbrella rigs at qualifying tournaments.

Oct
8
Sun
2017
Ram Open Series American Bass Anglers NC – 2017
Oct 8 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

Division North Carolina

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Entry Fees:
Division: $200 Boater/$100 Co-Anglers
Area Championship: $300 Boater/$150 Co-Anglers
Ray Scott Cup – No Entry Fee

DatesLake
Information/Results
Launch Ramp/Event Flier PDFRegister
2/11/2017NormanBlythe Landing
3/18/2017BadinAlcoa Access
5/06/2017WylieSouth Point
6/03/2017High RockTamarac Marina
2 Day Area Championship – Guaranteed $10,000 First Place
10/07/2017
10/08/2017
HartwellGreen Pond
The Angler’s Choice Team Tournament Trail 2017
Oct 8 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

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The Angler’s Choice Team Tournament Trail 2017 Schedule (Tentative)

  • March 11, 2017

  • Smith Mountain Lake, Parkway Marina
  • 8:00AM until 4:00PM
  • April 1, 2017

  • Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • April 2, 2017

  • Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • April 29, 2017

  • High Rock Lake, Southmont Ramp – North Carolina
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • May 20, 2017

  • Smith Mountain Lake, Parkway Marina
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • May 21, 2017

  • Smith Mountain Lake, Parkway Marina
    Multiple Sclerosis Benefit Tournament – QUALIFIER ONLY
    (No points)
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM
  • June 10, 2017

  • Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 6:00AM until 3:00PM
  • October 7th & 8th, 2017

  • Classic 2 Days – Kerr Lake, Occoneechee State Park
  • 7:00AM until 3:00PM (Day 1)
    7:00AM until 2:00PM (Day 2)
  • MAY 21, 2017
    Fish the 5th Annual Missy Miller MS Team Bass Tournament – ACM Qualifier (no points)
    CLICK for Entry Form

The use of the Alabama Rig is now allowed in ACTTT tournaments. The ACTTT has been cleared to use umbrella rigs at qualifying tournaments.

Oct
14
Sat
2017
2017 Region Four TBF VA Bass Schedule
Oct 14 all-day

 

March 4th Smith Mountain Lake, State Park Ramp, 7:00am–4:00pm
March 25th Claytor Lake, Hidden Valley Public Ramp, 7:00am–4:00pm
April 22nd Smith Mountain Lake, State Park Ramp, 6:30am–3:30pm
May 20th Douglas Reservoir, Dandridge Ramp, 6:00am–3:00pm
June 24th Smith Mountain Lake, State Park Ramp, 8:00pm–7:00am
July 8th Claytor Lake, Hidden Valley Public Ramp, 5:00am-1:00pm
August 5th Claytor Lake, Hidden Valley Public Ramp, 7:00pm-3:00am
Sept. 9th Smith Mountain Lake, State Park Ramp, 6:30am–4:00pm
ENTRY FEE $80.00 Per Team (Includes Big Fish Side Pot, $5 per paid entry). 80% Payback.
$10 per paid entry will be put aside for the Championship Tournament.
CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
October 14th, Claytor Lake, Hidden Valley Public Ramp, 7:00am–4:00pm
ENTRY FEE $80.00 Per Team (Includes Big Fish Side Pot, $5 per paid entry).
Championship Tournament Eligibility – Must fish at least 4 of the 8 Open Tournaments. See Rule #1 below.
Valid Region Four TBF VA Bass members fishing all 8 Open Tournaments will be granted free entry.
*** All valid Region Four TBF VA Bass members fishing the Championship Tournament will be
entered into a drawing for a free prize valued at OVER $1000 ***
RULES:
*******FIVE

RULES:
*******FIVE FISH LIMIT *******
1) PARTICIPATION AND ELIGIBILITY: Participation in these tournaments is open to anyone who wishes to fish. No more than two people per team. Individuals are allowed to fish, but an individual
is considered a “team” and team entry fees apply. *** When a “team” is created, that “team” is eligible to use up to 3 alternates per year maximum. Using over 3 alternates will result in a new
“team” being created. Credit for fishing (toward the 4 tournament requirement eligibility for the Fall Classic) is only awarded to the registered “team”, alternates do not receive credit for
fishing (even if they are a member of another registered “team”). Alternates can ONLY be used in the Championship tournament if BOTH team members have met the minimum tournament
attendance.
2) REGISTRATION: Each contestant must register in person. A draw system will be used to determine starting position.
3) SAFETY: Safe boating conduct must be observed at all times. Each competitor is required to wear a Coast Guard Approved life preserver and boat operator must wear an operating kill switch at the
start and ANY TIME the gasoline motor is in operation.
4) SPORTSMANSHIP: Sportsmanship, courtesy, and conservation are to be practiced by each contestant. Drunkenness will not be tolerated and will be cause for disqualification. No alcoholic beverages
or drugs will be allowed in boats or at weigh-in area. All Department of Game and Inland Fisheries laws will apply.
5) TACKLE AND EQUIPMENT: Only artificial lures may be used. Only one rod and reel may be used by each contestant at any one time. Trolling is not permitted.
6) BOAT AND MOTOR: Each team will furnish a boat for their use during the tournament. The boat must have the following equipment:
A) ALL STANDARD COAST GUARD SAFETY EQUIPMENT
B) A PROPERLY OPERATING AERATED LIVE-WELL COMPARTMENT
7) PERMITTED FISHING LOCATIONS: Fishing is permitted anywhere except within 50 yards of another contestant’s anchored boat. No trailering of boats to other launch sites after the start of the
tournament.
8) DISPOSITION OF FISH: Each team is requested to make every effort to keep their catch alive. All bass entered, which are still alive, will be released, except for a trophy specimen, which a
contestant may wish to retain. No dead fish will be returned to the lake.
9) LATE PENALTY: Teams who are not at the official dock before (or exactly at) the official posted ending time will be disqualified. There is no grace period. Both contestants must be onboard boat at
both the starting and ending time unless pre-agreed to by the tournament officials.
10) SCORING: Scoring will be done by pounds and hundredths of pounds. The tournament winners will be determined by total pounds and hundredths of pounds accumulated during the tournament.
Only largemouth, spotted, and smallmouth bass will be weighed, 5 fish limit per team. All bass entered must be legal per local lake rules with the exception of Smith Mountain Lake, where all fish must
exceed 14 inches in length. In the event of a tie between any awards, the affected contestants will split the affected awards. Point scoring for Region Four TBF VA Bass members will be based on highest
finishing members, Non Region Four TBF VA Bass members will not receive points. Points toward Region Four TBF VA Bass yearly standings will be based on the best 4 of 8 tournament finishes.
Region Four TBF VA Bass members fishing all 8 tournaments will receive 5 bonus points at the end of the year. Teams fishing concurrent tournaments can hold up to a state legal limit of fish.
11) DEAD/SHORT FISH: 0.25lbs will be subtracted for each dead fish. A one pound penalty plus loss of fish will be assessed for each short fish. The tournament officials shall have the sole authority in
decisions of penalties.
12) PROTESTS: Only if filed in writing with tournament officials within 1/2 hour after weigh-in will protests be accepted and considered.
13) PAYOUT: Payouts will be based on the number of boats in the tournament. One place will be paid per every seven entries.
14) APPLICATION OF RULES: Tournament Officials will be solely responsible for application and interpretation of tournament rules. Region Four TBF VA Bass reserves the right to reject or
disqualify any entry for any reason seen fit. ALL DECISIONS MADE BY TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS ARE FINAL.
REGION FOUR TBF VA BASS AND/OR ITS MEMBERS WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY ACCIDENT, PERSONAL
INJURIES, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM OR BECAUSE OF ANY PARTICIPANT OF THESE EVENTS.
“Like” us on Facebook at Region Four Virginia BASS TBF for updated results after each
tournament, schedule updates and team championship eligibility.

Augusta County Bass Jons 2017 Tournaments
Oct 14 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

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Augusta County Bass Jons Tournaments & Event schedule for 2017
1) Lake Anna Anna Point April 15, 2017
2) Lake Moomaw May 6, 2017
3) Leesville Reservoir May 20, 2017
4) Chickahominy River June 17, 2017 Club Camp out
5) James River Osborne Landing July 15, 2017

6) Rappahannock River August 12, 2017
7) Shenandoah River Main Stem (Riverton) August 26, 2017
???? Pamunkey River Sept 30, 2017
9) Roanoker River / Smith Mt Lake Oct 14, 2016

Feb 4, 2017 Membership Drive Meeting Guy K Stump Elem School
6pm all members and New Members needs to be there ( Bass angler wanted)

April 29, 2017 Chicken Bbq
July 29, 2017 Chicken Bbq
Sept 16, 2017 Chicken Bbq
Oct 2017 DTBD

Free Kids fishing Day June 3, 2017

Augusta County Fishing Expo March 4, 2017 9am-5pm Augusta Expo . Fishing Vendors wanted

Non Club event Oakley Big Bass Tour April 8, 2017

CATT 2017 Wateree Opens Schedule – North Carolina @ Clearwater Cove
Oct 14 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

2017 Wateree Opens Schedule

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NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENT

A team only has to enter 6 Opens to be eligible to enter the Wateree Open Final.

Any team who enters 10 Wateree Opens will fish the Wateree Open Free

Qualifier Entry Fee $90 per Team

Qualifier BONUS $ $25 Optional

Open Final Entry Fee $130 per Team

Open Final BONUS Fee $50 Optional – Will Be Paid up to 3 Places at Final

Point winners fish the 2018 Wateree Open free. 2nd in Points $250 3rd in Points $150 4th in Points $100

A portion is held back and goes into the Wateree Open Final November 25.

A team can use a sub at any Wateree Open

You can fish the Wateree Open Final with your partner or a sub that was used.

Final Big Fish winner also receives a Lews Bait Cast Reel Clearwater Cove Marina. Lake Wateree

(Some Opens are the same day as CATT events. A team can fish both.)

Wateree Opens
EventDateLanding
Open# 1February 25Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 2March 11Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 3March 25Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 4April 8Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 5April 29Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 6May 27Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 7June 10Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 8June 24Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 9July 8Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 10July 22Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 11July 29Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 12August 12Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 13August 19Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 14August 26Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 15September 9Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 16September 23Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 17October 14Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 18October 28Clearwater CoveResults
Open# 19November 11Clearwater CoveResults
FinalNovember 25Clearwater CoveResults
Oct
15
Sun
2017
ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL 2017 Schedule
Oct 15 all-day

ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

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The One Stop Mart Leesville Lake Tournament Trail will be a series of  bass tournaments this year on Leesville Lake .  Entry fees for these tournaments will be $60.00 per boat which includes a $10.00 lunker fee. There will be a 5 fish limit for each tournament which means you can fish as an individual or as a 2-man team. You can qualify for the classic if you fish at least 5 of the 10 tournaments either as an individual or as a team. Payback for each tournament will be 80% of entry fee money. 20% of entry fee money will be put back for the  Classic which will be a 100% payback final tournament. All tournaments at Leesville Lake will go out of the  Leesville Lake Marina.  A complete set of tournament rules will be available at each tournament.

The One Stop Mart LLTT Schedule For 2017           

April 23-Leesville                7-3

May 21– Leesville               6-2

May 28-Leesville                 6-2

June 11- Leesville                6-2

June 18-Leesville                 6-2

July 9  -Leesville                 6-2

July 23   -Leesville              6-2

August 13-Leesville            6-2

September 10-Leesville       7-3

Septembetr 17th –               7-3

October 15-Leesville           7-3   

November 12-Leesville        7-3   CLASSIC

 Registration will be 5:45-6:45 each morning of the 7:00 tournaments and 4:45-5:45 each morning of the 6:00 tournaments. Any questions: call Jerry Rice 434- 665-2271 . One Stop Mart will be sponsoring our tournament trail this year with drawings for gas and food cards at each tournament .

Oct
21
Sat
2017
CASTAWAY ANGLERS 2017 Tournaments
Oct 21 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

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March 19th (Sun) Lake Gaston Poplar Creek 7-4PM

April 1st (Sat) Smith Mt Lake State Park 7-4PM

May 7th (Sun) Buggs Island Grassy/Longwood 6-3PM

May 21st (Sun) Claytor Lake Bear Drive 6-3PM

June 3rd (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) State Ramp (dam) 6-3PM

June 24-25th Smith Mt (NIGHT/OPEN) State Park 8-4AM

July 22-23rd Smith Mt. Lake (NIGHT) State Park 8-4AM

August 26th (Sat) Leesville Lake State Ramp (dam) 6-3PM

Sept 23-24th Leesville/Smith (CLASSIC) State Ramp/Park 7-4PM

Oct 21st (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) State Ramp (dam) 7-4PM

November 4th (Sat) Smith Mt Lake (OPEN) State Park 7-4PM

CATT 2017 Fall Schedule Weccamaw River – North Carolina
Oct 21 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

CATT 2017 Fall Schedule Weccamaw River

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Individual Fall membership fee is $35. A team only has to enter 1 qualifier to be eligible to enter the final for that trail (unless otherwise noted below that trail’s schedule).

Waccamaw River
EventDateLanding
Qualifier 1September 2BucksportResults
Qualifier 2September 30Bucksport ***CATT Gold***Results
Qualifier 3October 21BucksportResults
Qualifier 4November 4BucksportResults
FinalDecember 9BucksportResults

 

HillCity Bassmaster 2017
Oct 21 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Oct
22
Sun
2017
The Bass Cast 2017 Smith Mountain Lake Parkway Marina @ Parkway Marine
Oct 22 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

 October 22

November 4 & 18

December 2 & 16

Click Here To Print Rules
Click Here To Print Release
Click Here To Register Your Team

 

Registration: is Mailed in or Tournament Day 10 mins. before Blast OFF.
Entry Fee: $100 mailed 7 days prior to the Tournament. $100 CASH ONLY
at Ramp.
Big Fish: $10 (Optional) or Mailed in with Entry Fee or Cash at Ramp.
Payback: 1 place/5 boats, 85% Payback at tournament, 5% held in Classic Fund, 100% Payback for Big Fish.
Points Champion: Wins plaques & Free entry into classic.
Classic: $100 entry fee, Big Fish $10 (Optional). Must Fish 3 out of 4 toqualify for Classic.

Contact: Brian Carter
Cell: (434) 509-2024
Email Brian@thebasscast.com

Oct
28
Sat
2017
B.A.S.S. NATION OF VA 2017
Oct 28 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
April 8 – 9, 2017
Mr. BASS – Team Event
4 Teams
Holley Grove Marina
South Hill
 __________________________________________________
May 6 – 7, 2017
Team Championship – 6 Teams
Occoneechee State Park Ramp
Headquarters Clarksville
 ___________________________________________________
September 30 – Oct. 1 – 2017
FALL CLASSIC
Occoneechee State Park
____________________________________________________
October 28-29, 2017
State Championship for the
State Team
TBA