Pee Wee fishing tournament to be hosted at Buffalo Springs Lake - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Pee Wee fishing tournament to be hosted at Buffalo Springs Lake

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BUFFALO SPRINGS LAKE, TX (KCBD) -

A Pee Wee fishing tournament will be hosted from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at Buffalo Springs Lake.

A fishing license is not required for this event but there is a $10 entry fee for adults and no fee for children 11-years-old and under. Registration will take place at the lake's marina.

Rules and age categories have been posted on the Buffalo Springs Lake website and are as follows:

Registration begins at Buffalo Bay Marina at 8:00am.
The tournament begins at 9:00am and ends at 12noon.
Prizes will be awarded for each age group.
 
Rules:
1. One fishing pole per participant
2. All fish must be caught on a fishing pole by hand
3. Kids over 5 years old must land fish by his/her self. Parents can help the child with bait and give instruction but please allow each child to fish on their own as much as possible.
4. Any bait or lure allowed
5. First come first served, please respect other kid’s spots
6. Fishing from bank or dock only, anywhere on the lake
7. Fish must be at the turn-in by 11:59am or earlier
8. Fish must be alive at weigh in to qualify
9. Decisions by event staff are final
10. State of Texas Fishing Rules and Regulations apply
11. Practice allowed any time prior to tournament day
12. This is an individual tournament - No combining catches
13. Catch and Release Tournament
 
 Age categories
3-4 years
5-6 years
7-8 years
9-10 years
 
 Prize Categories:
Biggest fish of the Tournament -1
Smallest fish of the Tournament-1
Biggest fish in each class -4
Most Fish in each class-4
Most species of fish in each class-4

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