Lake Georgetown 7-25-19

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  1. Garrett Shepperd

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    Just a little reminder to everyone, this will be the second to last tournament of the year. The AOY race has pretty much come to a close. Unless something drastic happens, Eric Crumley will be our 2019 Georgetown Thursday Nighter's Angler of the Year. After I get the results from tonight's tournament, I'll get all the information together and get it to y'all.

    From what I understand, we are planning on breaking out the grill and cooking up some hamburgers after next week's tournament and we'd love to have a big crowd to bring the tournament season to a close.

    Don’t forget that your chip has to be on the table by 9:15!

    I want to remind everyone that the cove I've marked with the yellow line on this map is a no wake cove, so please idle in and out.

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    For the TTZ Lake Georgetown Thursday Night Tournaments check in will start at 5:00 pm at the Cedar Breaks ramp. Once you register and have your live-wells checked you will be given a chip, then you can proceed to your starting spot. First cast is 5:45 pm. Early casts will result in disqualification. Weigh in will start at 9:15 pm and end by 9:45 pm. Only boats with their chip on the table by 9:15 pm will be allowed to weigh in. The weigh in will close at 9:45 pm sharp, you must be in line by 9:45. This will be a best 5 bass tournament. Any combination of largemouth, smallmouth, guadalupe, or spotted bass 14 inches or greater may be weighed. There is a one pound penalty for a dead fish, a dead fish can not win big bass.

    Complete rule set is here: http://ttz1.com/ttz-lake-georgetown-thursday-night-tournament/

    Quick reminder, the Georgetown Thursday Night Angler of the Year will be awarded free entry into the 2020 TTZ Trail events. The winner of the AOY race will be determined using a points system adding each angler's best 15 tournament scores. The angler with the highest total points will win Georgetown AOY.

    Good luck to all and we hope to see you again this week!
     

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