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Topic: Brownlee Crappie Shootout VI  (Read 5869 times)

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jed

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Brian from Trice Custom Baits sent a sweet prize pack to the Brownlee Crappie Shootout VI.
He started his company last year and is producing some great looking soft plastic baits. Craws, creatures, and even NED's 8)

Check out his work at https://www.facebook.com/tricecustombaits/

Thanks for the donation Brian.


jed

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Stealth Quick Release Rod Holders sent a few of their QR1's for the Brownlee Crappie Shootout.

I have been using their rod holders for 5 years and like them so much, joined their pro staff several years ago. They are great people to work with and will help if you have any problems with their products. The solid construction and patented cam locking system locks your rod into a preferred rod orientation allowing you to set the hook and release the rod in one motion when you take a strike. I have used it for still fishing as well as trolling with no problems.

They are constantly expanding their line up at https://www.stealthrodholders.com/

Thank you Cari and Jason for the support.
« Last Edit: May 10, 2021, 07:26:44 AM by jed »


Drifter2007

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I like that. I need to set up something better on my kayak.
2020 AOTY 3rd Place
2019 ORC 4th Place.
2017 ORC 8th Place


jed

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Columbia River Knife and Tool sent a sweet pocket knife to the Brownlee Crappie Shootout VI.

CRKT is a top knife maker based in Tualatin, Oregon since 1994. They make a huge variety of knives to suit your style and specific needs. Their diversity stems from the multitude of industry leading knife and tool designers from all over the US and beyond. These specialists really bring a great depth to the CRKT line up.

Find their unique line of knives at https://www.crkt.com/

The donation is a Crossbones- Bronze pocket knife perfectly suited for every day use but looks like it would be a great fillet knife as well.

Thanks for the neat donation CRKT.
« Last Edit: May 13, 2021, 07:44:02 AM by jed »


jed

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Safety is always a top concern while kayak fishing and RescueSteps sent the BCS VI a potentially life saving prize. Three actually.

RescueSteps makes boarding ladders for boats and kayaks as well as safety gear for hunters. I found out the hard way that righting a turtled kayak and then trying to re enter in deep water while fighting the wind and currents can be VERY challenging. I failed to practice self rescue on a new kayak I had gotten and treading water was not the time or place to learn. A RescueStep would have really come in handy and made things a lot easier. I have since practiced on my new boat but I also carry an assist step as a back up.

Have a back up plan and check out their steps at https://rescuestep.com/

Thank you for the awesome prizes Richard.

« Last Edit: May 12, 2021, 02:47:36 PM by jed »


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Wow. Jed , I think the amount of prizes you've had donated rivals or exceeds the prizes for ORC.

Can anyone else remember such a large donation to any of our tournaments?
Abby-ism of the year, so far; An Hour!? That's like a whole year!!

I got into this to become a more rounded fisherman. Well, I got the "round" part down..😎


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Oh, but wait, there's more!
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.  --Mark Twain

Sponsors and Supporters:
Team Daiwa        Next Adventure       Kokatat Immersion Gear

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2008 AOTY 1st Place  2008 ORC 1st Place  2009 AOTY 1st Place  2010 NA Sturgeon Derby 1st Place  2012 Salmon Slayride 3rd Place  2013 ORC 3rd Place  2013 NA Sturgeon Derby 2nd Place  2016 NA Chinook Showdown 3rd Place  2020 BCS 2nd Place


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Sponsors finally give in and send gear just to get Jed to stop emailing them every day.
aka - JoeSnuffy

Stand UP! Stand Up and Shout!!!

http://www.youtube.com/user/OutdoorsJustin?feature=mhee


jed

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YakAttack sent the Brownlee Crappie Shootout 2 $25 gift certificates for the prize table.

YakAttack offers absolutely everything you need to outfit your kayak. They have been in business since 2009 and have learned to listen to kayak anglers to offer the most efficient products that fit best with the sport.

Visit https://www.yakattack.us/ to see their entire line of products.

Thank you Kirsten and John for the support.
« Last Edit: May 15, 2021, 11:26:23 AM by jed »


jed

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Outdoor Emporium will be donating a prize pack (TBD) to the BCS VI.

OE is your go to shop for kayaks and general sporting goods in the Seattle and surrounding areas. They have a great staff and will help in any way they can. Brick and mortar stores are a great way to get a hands on feel for kayaks and can give you a better understanding of certain products.

Check out their site online at https://sportco.com/ or walk in to their shop in Seattle.

Thanks for the donation and good luck winning the buckle this year Kevin and Brad!


jed

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ZR Custom Tackle will be donating some gear to the event this year.

Kyle has been making gear for a while and started producing lures for sale a couple of years ago. He has a variety of bass gear but really struck gold when he made the Lil Bugger Jig. I've been using this thing for a few years now and it flat catches fish. Pair it with a Z Man TRD and it's almost unstoppable :D

Visit his site at https://www.zrcustomtackle.com/ to find his newest creations.

Thanks for the support Kyle.



jed

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Hi everyone, due to continuing COVID restrictions we will not be having a potluck at the awards ceremony this year. I will try to find out what the exact criteria is for Baker County outdoor events and post them up. The rules are constantly changing so if I don't have info up by Friday just keep 6ft distancing at the capt meeting and I should have info by then. Thanks, jed.


Drifter2007

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Thanks Jed, I am really excited!
2020 AOTY 3rd Place
2019 ORC 4th Place.
2017 ORC 8th Place


jed

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Thanks Jed, I am really excited!
No problem Drifter, getting close!


jed

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Here's some incentive to win and not just get close this year. These next donation will go to first, second, and third places.

First gets a sweet buff along with the buckle. This is so people can see you are the Crappie King even when you are on the water and the real buckle is under your drysuit cutting in to your belly.

Second gets a Coping Blanky to comfort you for what could have been.

Third... Well I'm just sorry for third. Try not to be third.

Thanks? to Jurissah and Spot for the creepy donation.
« Last Edit: May 17, 2021, 10:21:14 AM by jed »


 

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