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  1. #1
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    Bluewater Promo King Series

    Anybody fishing it? What you all think about it? I really like the no buying bait rule, should be mandatory in all tourneys. Seems like a good setup, better than the other well known, never make a change series we all fish.
    TAKING EVERYTHING TO THE LIMIT!!!

    Your Worst Nightmare fishing team (coming 2014)

    Team YEAH RIGHT! (1984 254 Mako)

    Team NUT DEEP (1990 251 Mako)

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    I just looked over it quickly, but it appears that it is paying back more then 100% by $50k with only 35 boats. Good luck to Terry. Hopefully he can pull it off!

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    Thanks guys!

    We are extremely excited about 2014 Elite Tour.

    Yes, you are correct 110% plus payout! More sponsor dollars are on the way too.

    Thanks
    Terry Adkins, Tournament Director
    Saltwater Classic Series


    Blue Water Promotions, Inc
    terry.adkins@bluewaterpromo.com
    www.bluewaterpromo.com

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    Count King Seeker Fishing Team in ! I really like the flexible divisions .

    Quote Originally Posted by bluewaterpromo View Post
    Thanks guys!

    We are extremely excited about 2014 Elite Tour.

    Yes, you are correct 110% plus payout! More sponsor dollars are on the way too.

    Thanks
    The no buy bait rule puts more competition and skill into the game ! It combined with the low entry fees the free championship tourney at the end make this a very attractive tournament trail. Terry let us know what we can do to help get the word out . This looks like a trail that will really test your skills not your wallet . Thanks for having the complete game in mind and leveling the playing field . It also looks like a trail that will be fair for everyone I can't wait . Thanks
    Cal Lang
    Bluewater
    Yamaha
    Loadmaster

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    Terry I have a question for you and it might be a stupid one. From what I am getting out of reading the rules for each tournament type, You can not enter the regular tournament and the Elite tournament too because of the boundries and bait rules? Is this correct? Just trying to get an understanding for what you have going on here and by the way I like what I see so far.

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    Captain B,

    Thanks for the question.

    The Open Tournament and the Elite Tour events do not compete on the same days.

    The Elite Tour is a limited entry check-out no boundaries format fishing Thursday and Friday.

    The Open Tournaments are no check-out 50 mile boundaries no bought live bait one day format fishing Saturday.

    The Atlantic Beach tournament is the only exception to the above format. Elite fish Wednesday and Thursday. The Open tournament is two days fish Friday and Saturday with Friday's fish determining the standings for the Carolina Region. The two days of the AB tournament also serve as the Saltwater Classic Series Championship.
    Terry Adkins, Tournament Director
    Saltwater Classic Series


    Blue Water Promotions, Inc
    terry.adkins@bluewaterpromo.com
    www.bluewaterpromo.com

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    Thanks for the clarification on that. I wasn't quite sure how it was gonna work.

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    Elite Tour Registration will open this week. The 2014 Elite Tour will be limited to 35 teams at full entry. The registration process will open with a fully refundable deposit and entry form commitment This system will allow teams to lock in a spot now and start planning their season.

    Get prepared to put your name and money down soon.
    Terry Adkins, Tournament Director
    Saltwater Classic Series


    Blue Water Promotions, Inc
    terry.adkins@bluewaterpromo.com
    www.bluewaterpromo.com

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    Anyone else having trouble getting on blue water promo website I've been unable to pull it up ?

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