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eyewarrior

Jimmys Pizza Green Lake walleye tourney ideas?

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In the next few weeks we will be putting the tourney & advertising together so I'm looking for any ideas to help fill the tourney. Last year $300 entry, pay back 11 places $3000 1st, $2000 2nd, $1500 3rd - all 3 places guaranteed remainder pro-rated[no guarantee money is taken out of rest of payouts(eg. if 75% filled, payout & places would be 75% of listed payout)]listed payouts $1200 4th, $1000 5th, $800 6th, decrease by $100 until $300 11th.2 day tourney 50 boat limit. Date this year 5-30&31. Some thougths that have been thrown out. Keep entry & payout same but go to a 1 day Sunday tourney. Decrease entry & payout keep it 2 days.. Any positive comments? All constructive comments will be taken into consideration.

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I've talked to a couple guys that fish it and they wish you would run a one-day. I know I would fish it if you guys changed it. Well run tourny though....

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Move the thing back to somewhere around mid June.

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cant move it this year as June is full I think days are good they do not interfere with graduations as much as June and bite is pretty good

go to larger boat numbers over 50

have incentive payouts for Saturday as well as Sunday[say $1000,guaranteed top team Saturday and $1000. top finishing team Sunday [besides] top two day totals weights fhis should draw 6 extra seams that wiil pay for difference

have entry forms in booths at several January ,February sports shows and give out pizza coupons

get the tourney out earlier to public

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eyewarrior

do you have any tourney dates and information yet???????

calenders are starting to get some dates filled for some

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