Kelly Jordon Big Bass Classic

Kelly Jordon Big Bass Classic
Kelly Jordon Big Bass Classic

The 2011 Oakley Big Bass Tour campaign arrives at Lake Sam Rayburn on September 10th & 11th 2011, for the Kelly Jordon Big Bass Classic presented by the Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau and Kicks 105. Based at Cassels-Boykin Park, this open big bass tournament will offer amateur anglers the chance to compete for thousands in cash and prizes during the two day event. The angler with the largest overall big bass of the tournament will take home $10,000 guaranteed.

The tournament will be open to amateur anglers only. There will be seven hourly weigh-ins each day with thousands in hourly cash payouts and the overall largest fish of the event will earn the winner $10,000. The first 100 two day entrants to register online will receive a custom Oakley rod from Quantum. Anglers may pre-register online at Anglers may also register by phone, fax or mail. One day entry fees are $100 per angler and two day entry fees are $150 per angler. The final on-site registration will be held at Cassels-Boykin Park on Friday, September 9th from 11am-7pm. Anglers may pick up registration forms at Kicks 105 or Jeff Buchanan Realty.

Saturday and Sunday's weigh-ins will take place at the Toyota Tundra Stage at Cassels-Boykin. The public is welcome at the live weigh-ins from 8am-3pm on Saturday and Sunday and after the weigh-ins there will be angler and attendee activities from 3-5pm each day. "We are excited to be partnered with the Lufkin CVB to bring this event to Lake Sam Rayburn," says Louis Wellen with Oakley Sports Marketing. "This should be an outstanding event on one of Texas best lakes." added Wellen.

Sponsors of the 2011 Kelly Jordon B

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