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Lake of the Ozarks
April 21-22, 2018

Pickwick / Wilson Lake
May 19-20, 2018

Grand Lake
June 9-10, 2018

Lake of the Ozarks
October 6-7, 2018
1 DAY - $130.00
2 DAYS - $180.00
A portion of the proceeds will
be donated to charity.
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1. This tournament has four divisions in which kid's may win prizes: Bass, Bluegill,
    Crappie, and Catfish.

2. The top three largest crappie, bass, bluegill, and catfish will determine the children's
    division winners for that day. 1st place in each species wins $100 & trophy, 2nd
    place wins $75 & trophy, and 3rd place wins $50 & trophy.

    Children may only win one prize per day. For example, if a child has the 2nd largest
    bass and the 3rd largest catfish, they will be awarded the 2nd place prize in the
    bass division. This will allow more children an opportunity to win prizes.

3. Participants must be accompanied by a parent or adult with written parental
    permission.

4. Participants must be 12 years of age or younger at the time of tournament to
    compete and win prizes.

5. Entry fee is $10.00 per day and must be paid before fishing.

6. All fish must be caught on the tournament lake between the official start and end
    time each day.
 
7. Official start time at Lake of the Ozarks is (6:30am for Spring) (7am for Fall) and
    ends at 3pm each day. Grand Lake & Pickwick/Wilson Lake Big Bass Bash will
    start at 6:00am & end at 2:00pm each day.

8. Children may fish with live bait or artificial lures, and can fish from from shore,
    boat, dock...etc.

9. Sportsmanship, courtesy, safety and conservation are expected from every contestant.

10. All fish weighed in must be of legal length.

11. No contestant can weigh more than 4 fish per day. Only one fish can be brought
      through the weigh-in line at a time and all fish weighed in will become the property
      of the tournament and will be released back into the lake.