Princeton Outdoor Adventures

Special Thanks To Past Contributors:

R&R Sports
Clinton, IA
Quad City Testing Lab
Davenport, IA.
Easley Knives by Shawn F.
Princeton, IA.
Big Daves
Le Claire, IA.

9th Annual
Big Flat
Saturday June 11th

$60.00 Entry Fee
includes Big Flat Prize,
1st thru 5th places

Special Thanks To Past Contributors:

Dueys Corner Tap
Port Byron, IL
Portz's Garage
Princeton, IA
Bettendorf Friendly Auto
Bettendorf, IA
Sneaky Pete's
Le Claire, IA

Rules and Regulations

1. Entry fee will be $60.00 per 3 person team. Pre registration must be made to POA by the Friday prior to the date of the tournament.

2. The daily catch will be a maximum of 2 Flathead per team with a 15" length minimum.
5 bank lines per person and all must be placed on the bank, not on or in trees.

3. All applicants must possess an applicable state fishing license. All entrants will be required to stop pre-fishing @ 11 PM Friday prior to the date of the tournament.

4. Each boat will be required to check in @ Princeton Beach Marina dock for inspection prior to take off (takeoff # will be drawn Saturday)
Weigh in slips will be filled out and presented at weigh in.

5. In the event of a tie in the places, the largest fish will determine the winner. The big fish pot will be split in the event of a tie.

 POA Saturday Lineup
Inspection: 7:00 P.M.
Takeoff: 8:00 P.M.
Finish: 8:00 A.M.
9:00 AM Sharp

All Flatheads will be catch and release if possible. The object of the game is to find the biggest fish,
"Size Matters"


Special Thanks To:

Keith & Co.
Princeton, IA.
Comfort Inn & Suites
Le Claire, IA.

6. Participants must conduct themselves in a true sportsmanlike, courteous, safe and ethical manner during tournament hours. No boats may come in contact with each other during tourney hours. Each entrant is required to wear a personal flotation device at takeoff.

7. A pre-tournament meeting will be held @ POA before the tourney as well as the inspection. One team member needs to be present.

8. All contestants in tourney have the right to protest another team or contestant. The protest must be filed in writing to the tournament official. A protest will be handled through committee of tourney personal. The decision of the committee is final in all cases. Disqualification in any case will result in loss of entry fee. Operating any motorized vehicle under the influence of alcohol is prohibited during tournament hours.

9. Fish only live welled will be accepted at the weigh-in. Battered or discolored fish will not be accepted.