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ESPN Bass Master with Local Anglers

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Event# 888-227-7899

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You, as a member of BASS, now have a chance to put your fishing skills up against other anglers just like you - and win big-time prizes just like the pros.

This new and exciting tournament series from BASS gives you the opportunity to win serious money at a lake near you. No extensive travel. No significant time commitments. And no major expenses required.

You can fish in either the boater or the non-boater division. Each tournatment will include up to 200 boaters and 200 non-boaters. Registration will be held on Saturdays, with fishing and weigh-ins on Sundays. The top 40 finishers in each individual division event will win cash. First place in the boater division will pocket $6,000 (full field) and the top non-boater will take home $3,000 (full field).

But wait, there's more! While the cash and competition are tempting, the crown jewel for all boaters will be an opportunity to land a spot in the CITGO Bassmaster Classic presented by Busch Beer. And that lucky BASS member could be you!

ESPN Bass Master with Local Anglers

Address : Beaver's Bend Marina on Broken Bow Lake Broken Bow OK
Phone : 888-227-7899   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Online entry fees: $200 for boaters, $100 for non-boaters

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