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There is a whopping total of 53 bass tournaments on LOZ just for the month of May.

Eldon Bassmasters Open Buddy on the 18th and the 25th out of Coffman.

There's an open on Truman on the 20th  http://fishforsight.org/

Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Opens on the 12th and the 26th out of PB2

A Holiday Hills Open on the 27th @ Holiday Hills.

There are Monday night, Wednesday night, and Thursday night opens every week.

 

Here's how you find them all....https://www.mshp.dps.missouri.gov/WP04Web/app/searchRegattaWeb?action=Search+Again

I wonder how MLF got away without applying for a RP ?  They were never listed last year when they were here. 

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MLF didn't keep any fish so they probably didn't need to apply to fit in the culling rules. And there's no winning awarded that I know of.

I'd be like me and 5 of my buddies doing a personal C&R tourney for bragging rights.  Wouldn't need a permit for that. 

-- Jim

If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles. -- Doug Larson

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4 hours ago, moguy1973 said:

MLF didn't keep any fish so they probably didn't need to apply to fit in the culling rules. And there's no winning awarded that I know of.

I'd be like me and 5 of my buddies doing a personal C&R tourney for bragging rights.  Wouldn't need a permit for that. 

Regatta permits aren't only for fishing tournaments.  Any event, even ones held on private property require a RP if boats are involved.  Even sailboats and kayaks.  

Only for lakes though, rivers are somehow exempt.....Which blows my mind.

The other mind blower is that places that rent boats do not have to have one even if they rent out 100 boats per day.  But if that place decides to host an "event"....then they do.  

Makes zero sense to me.

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45 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

Regatta permits aren't only for fishing tournaments.  Any event, even ones held on private property require a RP if boats are involved.  Even sailboats and kayaks.  

Only for lakes though, rivers are somehow exempt.....Which blows my mind.

The other mind blower is that places that rent boats do not have to have one even if they rent out 100 boats per day.  But if that place decides to host an "event"....then they do.  

Makes zero sense to me.

it is because there is no common sense in any government agency.

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