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DaveC

$100,000 Super Slam Bass Tour

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This is some information I received from the director .

2008 Super Slam Bass Tour

Catch the Excitement!

The mission of the Super Slam Bass Tour is quite simply to provide a tournament venue that is

worth your time and money to fish. The tour will feature the largest payouts ever seen in a Minnesota

bass circuit. The tour is a team format and teams must enter the entire circuit, this keeps the payouts stable

and prevents local experts from entering just one of the tournaments on their home water. There will be

five tournaments with no tournament of champions. Each tournament is a championship of it’s own with

a $50,000 top prize! There will be a $5,000 bonus for the team of the year. The tour will feature

state-of-the-art weigh-in equipment, first class weigh-in procedures and large trophies. With a laid-back

atmosphere, huge payouts, and a preferred tournament format, it just doesn’t make sense to invest your

fishing time, money, and effort anywhere besides the 2008 Super Slam Bass Tour!

May 31st Woman Lake Chain DOK Holiday Resort

June 15th Whitefish Chain Moonlight Bay

July 12th Le Homme Dieu Chain Arrowood Resort

Aug 9th Minnetonka Maynards

Sept 13th Gull Chain Ernie’s Steakhouse

*weigh-in sites are tentative and will be confirmed in early 2008.

Anglers will receive confirmation.

Payout per tournament based on a

full field limited to 120 teams

1. $50,000 6. $3,000

2. $25,000 7. $2,500

3. $10,000 8. $2,000

4. $5,000 9. $1,500

5. $4,000 10. $1,000

Payout per tournament based on

70 teams

Payout per tournament example

based on the minimum of 70 teams

1. $29,150 6. $1,749

2. $14,575 7. $1,458

3. $ 5,830 8. $1,166

4. $ 2,915 9. $ 875

5. $ 2,332 10. $ 583

Points system

100 points will be awarded to the winning team, 99 for second, etc. There will be a $5000 bonus and trophies

for the Team of the Year.

Points system

100 points will be awarded to the winning team, 99 for second, etc. There will be a $5000 bonus and trophies

for the Team of the Year.

Alternates

Each team member may use an alternate partner not more than two times during the tour. One member of the

primary team must fish the tournament. The intent is to accommodate any scheduling conflicts. Tournaments

fished with an alternate partner will still count towards the primary teams points standings

Enter Now!

Entry Fees and Deposits

The entry fee is $5000 per team for the year – that breaks down to $500 per angler per event. A $1000 deposit per

team must be received by Feb. 1st, 2008 in order to fish the tour. The balance due ($4000 per team) must be received

by May 1st, 2008.

You can send your deposits in with confidence. If the Tour does not reach the minimum number of 70 teams,

the Tour will be cancelled and deposits promptly refunded. If the Tour reaches the minimum number of 70 teams, the

deposit money is non-refundable. This is where you can help make the tour a huge success – if you like what you see

here, tell all of your fishing friends about the tour and encourage them to participate!

Any concerns, questions, or just to talk fishing, contact tournament director Brian Kastenbauer at 320-224-8433 or

email at Kasten4bass@hotmail.com . Tournament secretary – Brenda Halstead at 320-679-2207.

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primetime49

70 boat minumum has been dropped

from what I understand this series is a go

good luck

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Central Bassman

How many people are signed up????

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primetime49

Central Bassman

Having worked with several clubs over past 20 years I still think it would jinx the number of entrants that want to apply by giving out information on entry numbers

Maybe I am wrong but unless a tournament is close to full or already is it remains confidental.

Hopefully Superslam board will get online here and let us in on more details

Obviously they did not hit the 70 team minumum or they would not have lifted that rule and canceled the event

I hope them good luck and would love to see this series develop

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