FISH 5 OREGON ABA EVENTS IN 2017 AND AUTOMATICALLY QUALIFY TO FISH FOR 3 BOATS!
We offer 3 different opportunities to win a brand new Ranger boat in the American Bass/Ranger Boats Team Classics each year. One BONUS for the Northwest anglers is the opportunity to “Buy-In” to a second or third Team Classic. Any team that pays into a minimum of 5 events and finishes in the top 30 in points qualifies for one Team Classic in the Northwest Division. You can also choose to pay an additional $100 fee to qualify for a second or third Team Classic. That would mean it would cost you $100 entry for the first Classic you fish and $200 per Classic thereafter. That’s a maximum of $500 total in entry fees for 3 different Classics and 3 shots at winning a Ranger Boat! American Bass offers this special waiver due to the distance between regions in the Northwest Division compared to regions in the North and South Divisions.
The championship events are scheduled as follows:
Tri-Cities – 9/15 & 9/16, 2017
Lake Shasta – 11/3 & 11/4, 2017
Lake Havasu – 11/10 & 11/11, 2017
The 2017 American Bass/Ranger Boats Team Classics will award the new “Top-of-the-Line” Ranger RT188 aluminum bass boat rigged with a Mercury 115 ProXS Outboard! This package has a retail value of approximately $24,000!
If you’re a Ranger Cup member your boat prize will be upgraded to a Ranger Z118c with a Mercury 150!
The cost to join Ranger Cup is only $19.99 per year. Remember, any Ranger Boats model/year is eligible for the American Bass prize award upgrade!
Join Ranger Cup here: https://www.rangerboats.com/RangerCup/
The American Bass/Ranger Boats Team Classics are two day events with a Thursday Registration day and Friday & Saturday competition days. All competing anglers must qualify to be invited to this event. Qualifying is accomplished by competing in qualifying events during the 2017 American Bass season. Each Team Classic has a $100 basic event fee that features a 100% payback. The 100% cash payback will be awarded to 2nd place through the position representing 20% of the field participants.