BFL NC #4 - Kerr/Bugs Island- June 22
Ranger Boats,Evinrude Outboards,Lowrance Electronics
Benge wins co-angler title
Listings for everything you will need on your next trip to enjoy our LAKE.
Grass roots meet big money in this 24-division league devoted to weekend anglers, with even bigger prizes available to regional championship qualifiers and those who make it to one of the longest-running championships in all of competitive bass fishing – the All-American. Top winners in the BFL can move up to the EverStart Series or even FLW Tour.
How much can I win?: Boaters – up to $9,500 or $12,500, depending on regular-season event; Co-Anglers – up to $3,000 or $4,500, depending on regular-season event (including contingency awards).
See payout by tournament (navigate to the Details tab for specific events within the schedule, including higher-stakes Super Tournaments, which are the final regular-season event in each division).
How much does it cost?: $200 or $300, depending on event, per event for boaters; $100 or $150, depending on event, per event for co-angler. See entry fees and rules.
How many events?: Five qualifying events per division – four Saturday tourneys plus a boosted-purse, two-day Super Tournament across 24 divisions – plus no-entry-fee regionals, a no-entry-fee championship and a chance to advance to the no-entry-fee Forrest Wood Cup.
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