Tournaments
Text Box: The Local Top Six Tournament is an individual, two-day accumulative weight tournament open to the top six qualifying anglers from each of the committee clubs.  Payout:  Top ten anglers with a guaranteed 1st place payout of $5000 . The top three clubs will also receive a payout.

Local Top 6 Tournament

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The Tommy Shaw Memorial Tournament is a one-day open team tournament.  The tournament was started in 2008 in memoriam of the late Tommy Shaw, one of the most respected and beloved local anglers in the CSRA.  Entry fee is $100 per team (providing at least one team member is a committee member), with a $10 big fish pot fee per team.  Note: If neither team member is a committee member, there is an extra fee of $50.  If a committee team signs in late, (late being defined as after the drawing has concluded) they will be assessed an additional $50.00 fee. Payout:  One place for every ten boats with a guaranteed 1st place payout of $5000.

Tommy Shaw Memorial Open Team Tournament

The Clark Hill Memorial Tournament is a one-day open team tournament.  The tournament was started in 1983 and was formerly known as the Mr. Clark Hill Committee Easter Seals Tournament.  Entry fee is $100 per team, with a $10 big fish pot fee per team (providing at least one team member is a committee member).  Note: If neither team member is a committee member, there is an extra fee of $50.  If a committee team signs in late, (late being defined as after the drawing has concluded) they will be assessed an additional $50.00 fee. Payout:  One place for every ten boats with a guaranteed 1st place payout of $5000.

Clark Hill Memorial Open Team Tournament

The Mr. Clark Hill Tournament is an individual, two-day accumulative weight tournament open to current members of the committee clubs.  Payout:  Top ten anglers with a guaranteed 1st place payout of $5000.

Mr. Clark Hill Tournament

The Angler of the Year race was set up as a way to increase tournament participation as well as recognize the accomplishments of the best anglers in the “Committee”.  The Top Six and Mr. Clark Hill tournaments will be the qualifying tournaments.  The point system is simple; anglers receive points based on their place finishes in each tournament.  For example, if an angler finishes in first place, he gets one point; second place gets 2 points, etc.  If an angler zeros or does not weigh in, he gets one point higher than the last place weighed-in.  If the angler does not fish the tournament, he gets one point higher than the total field.  At the end of the year, the angler with the lowest accumulative points total is declared the Noel Brown Angler of the Year and is awarded $1500.00.

Noel Brown Angler of the Year Award