Fall Shoot Out on Sam Rayburn to Pay Out $180K in cash & prizes
The Sealy Outdoors Big Bass Splash Fall Shoot Out is right around the corner. The two-day tournament on Lake Sam Rayburn will take place on Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10. $180,000 in guaranteed cash and prizes will be awarded.
This will be the first Fall Shoot Out since 2019. Last year's event was replaced by the Big Bass Splash that usually takes place in April. That three-day fishing tournament was postponed from its usual April date and moved to October due to COVID-19 safety regulations.
The 2021 Fall Shoot Out will pay out cash to the top ten bass every hour with the top bass of the hour hauling in $1,000. The angler(s) who weighs in the first 3.00/4.00 exact weight bass each day of tournament will be awarded $2,500 at Sunday Awards Ceremony.
The contestant bringing in the top overall bass of the Fall Shoot Out will win a prize package which includes a Nitro Z19 powered by Mercury, equipped with Minn Kota, Lowrance, Navionics and Power Pole. Second place overall wins $2,500 cash, while third place will pocket $2,000, fourth place $1,500, and fifth place overall gets $1,000.
The tournament weigh-in site will take place at Umphrey Family Pavilion. Cost to enter the tourney is $165 for one day and $215 for two days. On site registration will take place Friday, October 8 from 2pm - 8pm. Anyone wanting more details can contact Sealy Outdoors.
Anglers, make sure you show up for the closing ceremonies on Sunday for your shot to win a Triton Bass Boat in the Elimination Drawing with Bob Sealy. Also during the closing ceremony, all tournament contestants & spectators with a drawing ticket will be eligible to win a Fire Disc Grill. All contestants receive a ticket upon registering, spectators tickets are available on Sunday. Must be at least 18 yrs of age and must be present to win.
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Here's at look at some of the monster fish from the April Big Bass Splash