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Texas Outlaw Tournament Series 2011
Mar. 12 – Amistad (Hwy 277 North Ramp)
Mar. 26 – Canyon Lake (Potters Creek Park)
May 14 – Choke Canyon (Masons Point)
June 4 – Coleto Creek (State Park)
June 25 – Lake Buchanan (Llano Co / Black Rock Park)
All tournaments will be TBA sanctioned (sanction fee will come out of registration)
Format: Numbers / Big 5
Payout: 50% to Numbers and 50% to Big 5
(More places will be added if enough boats attend)
2 – 3 man teams
$60.00 per boat
All boats allowed (subject to lake restrictions)
Awards for:
1st – 3rd place Numbers
1st – 3rd place Big 5
Top Female shooter
Top Youth shooter

Tournament Directors
Walter Blackburn [210-818-8047]
[email protected]
Chuck Waller [830-899-5656]
[email protected]

 

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TTTTTTTTTTTTT.
 

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When and where is the next one?
That was all of the ones we had scheduled. Chuck Waller is hosting a Canyon Lake tourney 7/23 @ the Potters Creek ramp though which should be a good one. :tu:
 

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Just because I forgot to put your name on it does not let you out of your job Walter!! :D

Thinking about having another one either at Choke Canyon or Amistad maybe 1st or 2nd week of Aug. Any one interested??
 

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Just because I forgot to put your name on it does not let you out of your job Walter!! :D

Thinking about having another one either at Choke Canyon or Amistad maybe 1st or 2nd week of Aug. Any one interested??
We are working/demos at Bass Pro Shops and Cabellas the first three weekends in August so we can't go.
 

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LOL! IS there any water left in Choke? Actually Butch has been guiding down there and it seems this year, the winds have been awful every weekend night. Wer'e talking like 30mph to 45mph and that keeps all boats at the back end of the lake and the river. The river was still muddy a few weeks ago.
Last trip was the guides for the Kyle ranch and Butch told them to just hang on and they rode the 3 foot swells to the south shore and 4 fingers. He said no one screamed but they were all totally doused as soon as they hit the main body of the lake.

Also for anyone that guides Amistad, we got a phonecall that all guides will be checked for Captains license and guide license being it is Federal waters, so if you guide there, beware of this. Have your licenses or only run buddy trips.
 
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