Time to Fish, Claremore!

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The 4th Annual Claremore Wrestling Bass Fishing Tournament will take place on Saturday, June 3, from 6:30a – 4p.

Tournament sign-in will begin at 6a in front of Claremore High School. The participants will be related at 6:30a to go fish. Your team will need to be back no later than 4p for the official weigh-in, which will be held at Claremore Lake. Afterwards, dinner will be served to participants.

There will be prize money given to the top three teams, along with door prize drawings. There will also be a biggest bass prize.

You can fish anywhere! You can fish in ponds, lakes, creeks, mud holes, wherever! There is a five fish limit. They all have to be alive during weigh-ins. You must use a rod and reel. No live bait. No throw nets. Any fish caught any time before or after the time limit will be void. Any team not back by 4p will forfeit their catch.

If you would like to participate, please contact Coach Willard at 918-923-4211 x3027 or email chad.willard@claremore.k12.ok.us with your team information.

Pre-register cost is $30 per person or $75 per team (max 3 per team). Registrations are due by May 17.  At the door cost is $30 per person or $90 per team.

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