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Tenn-Tom Club Tournament This Saturday

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By Shannon - Posted on 12 May 2011

Our 2nd tourney of the year will be this Saturday on Columbus Lake. This tourney will be an open tourney and it will also be combined with the Columbus Fire Dept Benefit tourney. You may choose to fish both tournaments, but you must pay the entry fee for each. Entry fee can be paid here online or at the Columbus Marina on Wilkins Wise Road. The Tenn-Tom tournament fee is $40 a boat with $5 big fish included.

Tracy Humber will be there until 6:15am collecting money. You can fish both tourneys or just one. Pre-fishing will be allowed all week. You must fish two Tenn-Tom tourneys to be elgible for the classic in June.

The Columbus Fire Department tournament information is below. Please note that the Tenn-Tom club will share fish limit, launch time, weigh in time, and weigh in rules with the Columbus Fire Department tournament.

Columbus Fire Patch

May 14, 2011
Launch Time: 6:30 a.m.
Weigh-in: 3:00 p.m. (must be in line with fish by this time)
Location: Columbus Marina, Columbus Lake, Columbus, MS
Wilkins –Wise Rd

The marina will allow tournament fishermen to launch from the boat ramp at the marina as long as they park out of the way so that other people can still use the ramp properly.

Entry Fee: $50 per Boat
Big Fish: $10 per Person
100% pay out
Fish Limiti: 7 Fish per Boat
2– Man Teams (3rd man under 16 yr. old)

Pay out 50% of Entry Fees:
1st place—60%
2nd place—25%
3rd place—15%

For more information:
Jr. Lancaster—(662)574-4389 / Josh Westbrook— 251-2445

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Don't forget. Pre-fishing is allowed on Friday for this tournament because it is combined with the Fire Department tournament and we tried to keep the rules the same.


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