The 2019 tournament's ahead will kick off KAMO's second season, which promises to hold plenty of excitement, friends, fun, family, and FISH! Here's your hook up for plenty of chances to compete for cash prizes, earn AOY points, and even learn from some excellent anglers. Remember, the Trail Series is open to all anglers, however only members are eligible to win those coveted AOY points. Start making plans now to be ready for the month-long Trail Series Online Kickoff on March 1st, where you'll get the chance to earn points towards the Angler Of the Year series. Register by the 28th before 10:00 pm on Tourney X to get in on this competition.
Next up, on April 13th, you'll get the opportunity to try your luck on either Stockton Lake, or Pomme De Terre Lake, angling among those beautiful bluffs and tree covered hills in a roadrunner style tournament. Make sure you attend the Captain's Meeting to find out the boundaries for each lake and the time of the Official FIRST CAST. This is another chance to rack up on those "Angler Of the Year" points for all KAMO members who enter this competition.
Also, in April the Members Only Monthly Challenge is just like the title suggests. A month-long opportunity for KAMO members to fish and compete for a spot in the KAMO Classic Championship, earn AOY points, and work towards that chance to be crowned the KAMO Online Angler of the Year, plus opportunities to win more of our fabulous prizes and cash. The monthly online challenges for members only starting in April are a separate series where anglers can fish any MDC managed or assisted waters and earn AOY points too. More information on these challenges is coming soon.
As the weather warms up on May 18th, anglers get another shot to test their skills roadrunner style on Table Rock Lake. And again, Angler Of the Year points going out to all KAMO members who enter. Beat the deadline and make sure to register on TourneyX by May 17th, 10:00 pm. Once more, the competition is sure to heat up in June with the Lake Wappapello roadrunner style tournament scheduled for the 15th. Get registered by June 14th to beat the cutoff and be sure to attend the Captain's Meeting to learn what boundaries are in effect and when exactly is the Official FIRST CAST.
Anglers are always faced with choices like, which lure? Which rod? Or, which Lake? In this case, fish your choice between Lake Taneycomo, or Bull Shoals on July 13th, in yet another roadrunner style competition. This competition offers chances for prizes, cash, and AOY points. Competitors must attend the Captain's Meeting on June 12th, online, at 6:00 pm. Be sure to look at our 2019 Tournament Schedule Page for all the details.
The month of August brings two separate tournaments running back-to-back at Mark Twain Lake, the KBF Regional Trail Event, & the KAMO Trail event on the 3rd. Both will run during the same hours, but will each have their own fees. Those boundaries will be announced at the Captain's Meeting. Deadline to enter is the 2nd at 10:00 pm.
We are excited to bring you September's event, which will be a roadrunner style tournament where you can test your skills on some great waters in the northwest region on the 14th at any of the following landings; Smithville, Pony Express, Grindstone, or Cameron. KAMO's Classic Championship will be a roadrunner style event held on Truman Lake on October 5th & 6th. Keep watching our website and Facebook Page for new details as they develop.
We want to give a big shout out to our Sponsors who ensure our continued success while always making sure all KAMO's anglers have the chance to have a good time and get on board with the best equipment and fishing supplies out there on the market today! Tell your friends about KAMO's Title Sponsor Everharts Outdoor Store. Put Tri-State Trolling Motor and Extreme Outdoors on your list too. Check out She-Angler Custom Baits, Liv & Jen's Bait Bucket, and Kayak Tuff Lights by Joe Florida,Yak Attack, OMTC. Other businesses that are offering great products/services and awesome experiences are Vicious Fishing, For Fun Embroidery, Yak Lights, and TourneyTag , so tell folks about them every single chance you get to help us grow our affiliation and show our appreciation for these businesses' continued support of KAMO.
So whether you're new to the sport or a seasoned fisherman, KAMO is looking forward to having you come on out and join us and help make 2019 our best year yet!
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