“Last Chance” Division gives opportunity to MI NBAA Anglers to qualify to fish the 2014 MI State Championship!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PONCA CITY, Okla. (July 30, 2014) –The National Bass Anglers Association, (NBAA).
NBAA Division 18 & 36 director Pete Lusis has annonced he will be running a “Last chance” Division called the Last Chance Circuit, giving those anglers that have not qualified for the Michigan State Championship, a chance to attend this event.
The state championship is being held on the now famous HUBBARD LAKE near Alpena Michigan. The National Bass anglers association (NBAA) in conjunction with the Alpena area visitors bureau will be hosting the largest NBAA event of the year.
For more information on the MI State Championship: CLICK HERE!
By fishing five of the six events in this division anglers will qualify for the MI State Championship! The Last Chance circuit will start on Tuesday August 26, 2014 on Cass Lake. After that, it will be Tuesday and Thursday for three weeks ending September 11th giving anglers time to check out Hubbard Lake prior to the State Championship.
Since this division is an overtime event that is only 6 (instead of normal 12 events) the entry fee will be doubled to $80 per event, and likewise the payouts will be doubled from the normal overtime payout sheet.
FOR DETAILS contact Pete Lusis 248 672 7603 or firstname.lastname@example.org. or NBAA National Office 580-765-9031