The Lake Havasu WON Striper Derby is back for the 35th Year!
So much emphasis is placed on what happens above the water in Lake Havasu. Below the water offers dozens of other interesting opportunities for fun and adventure. One adventure you may be interested in happens May 13th and 14th: the Havasu WON Striper Derby. You don't have to be a pro. If you like to fish, you're welcome to join!
- What: Havasu WON Striper Derby 2017
- Where: London Bridge Resort - Maps & Directions
- When: May 13th to 14th, Begins at 5:30am
- Admission: $175 per team Registration on the 12th at Anderson Toyota
- Contact: Bill Eagon, Western Outdoor News (949) 366-0248 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Havasu WON Striper Derby 2017
Life above Lake Havasu buzzes with people finding entertainment in many different ways. But did you know that there is a whole other eco-system located below the water's surface? The Havasu WON Striper Derby is just one of more than 30 fishing tournaments going on in Lake Havasu throughout the year. In addition to striper, fishermen find largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish as well as channel and flathead catfish. It's almost as busy under the water as it is above it.
London Bridge Resort hosts the Havasu WON Striper Derby. Entry into the derby costs $175 per two man team.
For an additional $100, you can purchase the "all-in" option for your team. With that, your team becomes eligible for the $40 per day Blind Bogey cash payouts and $20 Big Fish cash payout on both days of the event. A High Roller Big Fish option also costs $100. This money pools together for a cash payout awarded to the teams that catch the three biggest fish during the entire two day event.
Also up for grabs is a $23,000 16 Kalamath boat with a 40hp four-stroke motor. It also includes a trailer. Several other prizes will be handed out as well as trophies for the winners.
The London Bridge Resort will act as the headquarters for the Havasu WON Striper Derby. Sign up your team at Anderson Toyota from 4pm to 7pm on Friday, May 12th. Please contact Bill Eagon with Western Outdoor News for more info. He can answer all your questions. Good luck!
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