37th Annual New Horizons Charity Pro-Am Bass Tournament is Back in Lake Havasu
Lake Havasu City is well known for its activities on the water. Boating, jet skiing and swimming are just a few of the activities that make this a destination location. But did you know that our lake also provides some of the best fishing around? That's why fishing competitions like the 2017 Lake Havasu New Horizons Charity Bass Tournament take place here.
- What: Lake Havasu 37th Annual New Horizons Charity Pro-Am Bass Tournament
- Where: Lake Havasu State Park, South Launch Ramp - Maps & Directions
- When: Saturday, April 22nd, First Light
- Deadline to Enter: End of Business on Friday, April 21st
- Admission: $225/team with $50 option
- Contact: Deb Clark (928) 855-9392 or Sam Manning (928) 846-1052
- Website & Registration: www.newhorizonsproam.com
The 2017 Lake Havasu New Horizons Charity Bass Tournament takes advantage of the amazing supply of bass that live in our lake. If you love to fish, you're welcome to join. Since this is a Pro-Am tourney, each team must have at least one amateur fisherman. To be considered an "amateur", you cannot have entered any major fishing tournament as a Pro in any of the last five years. While two Pros can't be on the same team, two amateurs are welcome to create their own team.
All competitors meet at Anderson Toyota (Map & Directions) for a pre-tourney meeting at 5pm on April 21st. Dinner will be provided. Then, at first/safe light, teams take to the waters. The first starting positions for the day have already been determined from an early draw done of entries received before March 1st. Start times for all entries received after that date will fall in line based on when their entries were received. Your assigned time will be given to you at the pre-tourney meeting.
The deadline to enter the 2017 Lake Havasu New Horizons Charity Bass Tournament is by end of business on April 21st. No event day registration will be allowed. Contact Deb Clark or Sam Manning at their respective numbers above to find out more about registering.
Payouts include $500 for largemouth bass and $500 for smallmouth bass. But, with more than $14,000 to be given away, you've got a good shot at a cash prize of some sort!
Since its inception in 1980, this tournament has raised over $450,000 to help people living with disabilities in our fair city. That couldn't have been possible without people like you participating. So, good luck and sign up today! Registration: www.newhorizonsproam.com
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