Tournaments to check in to?

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Looking for a couple friendly tournaments this spring to enter. I'm no great fisherman, not looking to spend an arm and a leg to enter in the big tournaments that take up every weekend. I have kids and they take up most of my time, as they should. If anyone knows of any small, average guy bass tournaments goin on let me know. Or maybe if people could dedicate a weekend we can put something local together!
 

4x4Taco

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What lakes do you live close to. Here in Columbus when the time changes we have afternoon pot tournaments. Tuesday Lake Harding Wednesday Lake Oliver Thursday Goat Rock. Kids 12 and under don't have to pay entry fee. Saturdays year round on lake Harding and Sundays year round on Oliver. Same no entry for 12 and under. 40 bucks for two adults and 25 by yourself or 25 with you and a 12 and under.
 
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What lakes do you live close to. Here in Columbus when the time changes we have afternoon pot tournaments. Tuesday Lake Harding Wednesday Lake Oliver Thursday Goat Rock. Kids 12 and under don't have to pay entry fee. Saturdays year round on lake Harding and Sundays year round on Oliver. Same no entry for 12 and under. 40 bucks for two adults and 25 by yourself or 25 with you and a 12 and under.
I am right by high falls state park lake. Fishing is good at times. Water stays muddy though. Juliette is my go-to just because of the abundance of different fish and water stays clear on the Dame's ferry side no matter the weather.
 

4x4Taco

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Update. The Sunday tournament on Oliver has been stopped for now due to lack of boats. The lake is fishing so tuff that only three or four boats were showing up. The owner of Summerland Outdoors is putting one on every Sunday now though. We have been having it at Goat Rock but he is thinking about mixing it up. A month on one lake then a month on a different lake. Going between Goat Rock, Oliver, Harding and maybe Uchee Creek. Call Steven at his store to see where we will be on any given Sunday. See ya on the water.
 
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