HydroWave and Mustang Survival Give Prizes for “Exact Weight” Catches!
Sam Rayburn Reservoir will play host to the 1st ever Texas Lunker Challenge presented by Mossy Oak Elements on February 11, 2018. The newest event to the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series will feature college anglers from around the nation vying for not only their share of $20,000 in prizes, but also valuable points toward the most prestigious and hardest title to win in college fishing, the Cabela’s School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia.
To earn points towards the Cabela’s School of Year race, each angler will fish a full day and then weigh-in their single best catch of the day. Every fish weighed-in will be ranked, with points awarded to the top two fish per school, and will count towards the Cabela’s School of the Year race. With 500 points on the line for 1st place, all anglers are encouraged to weigh-in their fish for the standings, as each school’s top two fish will earn points. Should any of those fish weigh exactly 2.00, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00 or 6.00 pounds, that angler will win a bonus prize, as well as be eligible to win one of forty (40) other prizes for the top finishers.
To see the full list of prizes, to register or learn more about this event, click here.
HydroWave-Mustang Survial Exact Weight Bonus Program
- First Fish Weighing Exactly 2.00 pounds wins HydroWave HD and Mustang PFD
- First Fish Weighing Exactly 3.00 pounds wins HydroWave H2 and Mustang PFD
- First Fish Weighing Exactly 4.00 pounds wins HydroWave H2 and Mustang PFD
- First Fish Weighing Exactly 5.00 pounds wins HydroWave H2 and Mustang PFD
- First Fish Weighing Exactly 6.00 pounds wins HydroWave H2 and Mustang PFD
Official practice days are Friday, February 9th and Saturday, February, 10th. Angler check-in/Pre-tournament meeting will take place Saturday, February 10th at Umphrey Pavilion. Anglers must be off the water by 3:00pm on Saturday.
Teams interested in fishing the Texas Team Trail tournament on Saturday, February 11, must register over the phone or by email no later than Thursday, February 8th, 2018, with Amanda at email@example.com. Membership fees will be waived for the event, but a team entry fee of $250 must be paid. Teams choosing to fish the Texas Team Trail event, must have entry fees paid in full by midnight, Thursday, February 8th.
For more information about the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, please visit www.CollegiateBassChampionship.com.
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