East TX and Oklahoma head to Lake Texoma
ATHENS, Ala. – Area 7 of the Ram Truck Open Series will hold its final event of the season on October 29th and 30th 2016, on Lake Texoma near Denison, Texas.
The competitors will launch at Highport Marina, located at 120 Texoma Harbor Dr. Pottsboro, TX. 75076. Anglers may begin fishing at safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 3 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. on Friday October 28th at Highport Marina. To register for this tournament call (256)232-0406, ext 5.
To enter, anglers fishing the Boater division pay $300 with Co-Anglers paying $150. First place is guaranteed a minimum $10,000 first place for boaters. To learn more about the payout visit www.ramopenseries.com/payout.php
This event has an off limits period. Off limits for practice is Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday October 24th through the 26th. Official practice days for this event are Thursday and Friday October 27th and 28th. You must be registered for this event before you may practice.
Anglers fishing the Boater Division may weigh in up to five bass, each at least 14 inches long. Co-Anglers may weigh in up to three bass.
In addition to cash and prizes for top finishers, Boater and Co-Angler competitors fishing this tournament and Ram Truck Open Series events throughout the season may also win contingency bonuses from such sponsors as Triton Boats, Mercury Outboards, MotorGuide, T-H Marine, ABU Garcia, Maui Jim and Livingston Lures. See the manufacturer web sites for specific details on how to qualify for these bonuses.
Onsite Pre-Event Meeting Location:
120 Texoma Harbor Dr.
Pottsboro, TX. 75076
Onsite Registration: 4-6:30 PM
Meeting: 7:00 PM
Tournament Manager: Chris Wayand (256)230-5627
Email: [email protected]
Best Western Plus Texoma Hotel & Suites
810 N US Hwy 75
Denison, TX. 75020
Best Western ABA Member Link
A Lake Texoma fishing permit is required.
The best Ram Truck Open Series anglers from across the nation can advance to the no entry fee 2017 Ray Scott Championship, slated for Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville, TN., in April of 2017.
For more information on this tournament, call Chris Wayand, tournament manager, at (256)230-5627 or ABA at (256)232-0406. On line, see www.ramopenseries.com .
American Bass Anglers commitment is to provide low cost, close to home tournaments for the weekend angler and at the same time offer each competitor an upward path for individual angler progression. For more information about American Bass Anglers and the Ram American Fishing Tour, the Ram Truck Open Series, the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour, or the American Couples Series visit www.americanbassanglers.com.
American Bass Anglers, Inc. is supported by Ram Trucks, Triton Boats, Mercury Outboards, Carlisle Tires, Hydrowave, T-H Marine, Abu Garcia, Berkley, Livingston Lures, Best Western Hotels, Simms, Garmin, Maui Jim, Power Pole, Dr. Dan’s, and GEICO. American Bass Anglers, Inc. can be contacted at (256) 232-0406 or visit www.americanbassanglers.com.
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