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Get Ready For Bill Luke Bass Days

Bill Luke Bass Days is the Southwest's largest family fishing tournament and festival - held March 14, 15, 16 at Lake Pleasant. This year's is sure to be one of our biggest events!

For the fishermen, we are featuring over $50,000 in cash prizes. For everyone, we will have a day and night time festival featuring a Cornhole Tournament, carnival rides, vendors, food, wildlife exhibits and live music.

Tournament Prize List

The prizes for this year's Bass Days Tournament are spectacular. This year's overall big bass will take home the $10,000 Grand Prize, but daily winners take home over $3,000. This year we have added 3 more hourly prizes each hour - now paying out the top 10 per hour

Sign-Up Has Begun

Online Entry/Sign Up began Jan. 8 and ends Wednesday, March 12 at 6 p.m. But, don't worry; if you miss this date, you can still enter at the lake!

For the Cornhole Tournament, sign-up ends Thursday, March 13.

Tournament Times

The Bill Luke Bass Days 2014 Fishing Tournament starts at sunrise on Friday, March 14 at 4:30 a.m. and goes until Sunday, March 16 - with the scales opening at 7:30 a.m.

The Cornhole Tournament starts with registration from 8-10 a.m. on Saturday, March 15, and the event itself goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

More About The Cornhole Tourney

Bill Luke Bass Days 2014 is hosting its second annual Cornhole Tournament on Saturday, March 15. Open to the public, the cost is $60 per team, with payouts for the top four teams: $1,500, $750, $500, and $250. Come out and enjoy the weather and enjoy a cool beverage while tossing some bags in our huge grass area lakeside. Enter online.

Tournament Fishing

Bill Luke Bass Days is a bass, catfish, and carp tournament at Lake Pleasant in Peoria, Ariz. Qualifying fish for the general bass tournament are the largemouth bass and smallmouth bass.

Bill Luke Bass Days is all about fishing and family. We take pride in our practices and work closely with the Arizona Game and Fish Department and other wildlife organizations to ensure the fish are released humanely. Our in-house deep release procedures allow us to release all of the fish back into the habitat without use of side fizzing or other needling practices.

Striped Bass Option

If you participate in the striped-bass option, you can bring in striped bass to be weighed. ("Stripers" can be quite large.)

ACCA Catfishing

This year we are proud to welcome the Arizona Catfish Conservation Association. The Arizona Catfish Conservation Association, (ACCA) is a non-profit organization with the goal to promote awareness and conservation for catfish in AZ lakes and rivers.

The participants will catch Channel Catfish on Friday and Saturday, and Flathead Catfish on Saturday night.

For More Information

For more information and/or to register now, visit http://www.billlukebass.com

 

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