called to order:
Jo and JJ
Stark father and son were in attendance and
expressed interest in the club.
checking a total balance of $1302.00. So far
this year we have raised $585 through
tournament entry fees. Our 2018 permit fees
stepping down as the club treasurer
Mark and his
sidekick Luke Morgan provided tips and
tactics. Mark talked about how to save money
making your own baits. Mark demonstrated how
he makes his own unique molds for soft baits
using clay and/or RTV. Luke
Morgan talked about pouring, tying and
painting your own jigs. Luke talked about
making a fluid bed for better paint jobs on
your jigs. If you missed it or have any
questions feel free to contact either of
The meeting min. from last months meeting
were accepted as posted on the website.
water biologist that was at out Tapps weigh
in (Kenny) made mention of a habitat project
for Lake Tapps, hopefully we will get more
info in the near future on it.
over results from Washington which are
posted on the website. Travis won that
tournament. He said that on day one he was
focusing on pre-spawn fish using a
spinnerbait and on day two he focused on bed
fish. Rich also went over results from the
Jamboree and Tapps which are also posted.
provided the proposed schedule for 2018.
and locations are subject to change.
a new federation rep. There was a meeting
with the federation at the Jamboree. Some
ideas from that meeting; cutting the
qualifiers down to two weekends which may
include 2 one day tournaments on a single
weekend. Also talk about changing the
requirement that says we have to have an
even number of boaters and non-boaters.
discussion about purchasing new weigh scales
was brought up. We get a 10% discount from
Pro Tournament Scales as a TBF club.
about new hats
was held which earned $48 for the club and
$100 back to the raffle.
Blankenship was given the money to purchase
items for the next raffle.