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2019 Elite's Tour registration is open!

March 4, 2019

Elite's Tour registration is open! Competitors have until May 18th to make their deposits for the 2019 season to secure their spot in 6 events to qualify for Angler of the Year points and the Elites Cup. 

Click here to register!

2019 Tournament Dates Are Set!

January 8, 2019

The 2019 season will start south of the Twin Cities and will travel to central Minnesota. Lura lake will be our first stop. We expect big weights from this shallow flat lake. Fish will be finished spawning and few post spawners will be lingering around beds. Our second stop is just a few miles north of Lura. Lake Washington will have anglers sorting their best 5 fish to bring to the scale. Stopping just outside of the cities halfway into the season is Lake Waconia. A respectable fishery despite being swamped with water recreation on the weekends. The 2nd half of the season will have anglers catching brown fish as well. We make our way to central Minnesota to Lake Koronis, Horseshoe Chain of Lakes and Lake Washington, which will be a mixture of deep water fishing, multiple bays in a river system, and a shallow flat sandy lake. 

The Elites Cup will be held at Lake Minnetonka. Only the top 1/3 in points will advance to this 3 day tournament. 

Elites Tour 

- Lura L. (Blue Earth) 1358 acres

June 1st

- Washington L. (Le Sueur) 1519 acres

June 15th

- L. Waconia (Carver) 3080 acres

June 29th

- L. Koronis (Stearns) 2968 acres

July 13th 

- Horseshoe Chain of Lakes (Stearns) 1002 acres

July 27th

- L. Washington (Meeker) 2438 acres

August 10th

Elites Cup

- Lake Minnetonka (Hennepin) 14,206 acres

September 12th, 13th, 14th

Changes for 2019

October 22, 2018

Revised Nov 16th, 2018

Permits for the 2019 season have been submitted. 

Payouts are adjusted to pay 1/4 of the field instead of 1/3 of the field for the tour. This will give larger payouts to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Elites cup will remain unchanged and 1/3 of the field who qualify will compete in a 3 day battle. Angler of the year payout will also increase and will be based off of the elite entrys for the season. If we have a season of a minimum 25 Elite anglers, Tournament Bass League will pay for one Bassmaster OPENS Pro entry, division of choice to the winner of the Angler of the Year. 

30 boat payout:

1st $2500

2nd $800

3rd $500

4th $300

5th-7th $260

AOY $2500

Look forward to an exciting battle this coming season!