2013 OBO KMT Program book
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IN 2010 THE OCEAN ISLE FISHING CENTER TEAM WON $15,507 IN THE 83 BOAT ENTRY.
The Onslow Bay Open KMT will have their 13th Annual tournament with
a Captains Meeting 7 PM at the Hampton Inn, fishing begins the
following day at 6:30 AM. Weigh In is from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM at
Casper’s Dry Stack Marina, Front St. in Swansboro. In the past 12
years the volunteers for the tournament have raised $227,139, with the
proceeds going to KIDS Charities.
Our Program Book had another outstanding year, thanks to tournament
CFO Kathy Morrell and all the local businesses in both counties that
supported us. This years Program Book will feature the 9 North
Carolina Fishing Teams that won 13 SKA National Championships. Colored
Team photos on the front cover and a special fold out section. Inside
the book each Team’s narrative will lead up to where and how they
caught their fish and any other unusual circumstances that led to
their victory. Stop by the Hampton Friday night at 7 PM for a “meet
and greet” with the Champions. The SKA is the Southern Kingfish
Association domiciled in St. Augustine, Fl. the largest saltwater
tournament fishing championship in the world.
Also being honored for their service and contribution
to the Tournament with “Appreciation Awards” are the following:
Barbara Ann Jarusinski, Assistant to the Tournament Director.
Creative Services Group, Anita Lancaster, Program Book Layout Person.
Hampton Inn, host for the tournament
Dr. Benson Ybanez, Dental Works, a Sponsor and Competitor.
Bone Suckin’ Sauce -Sponsor
Hampton Inn, tournament host
Southern Kingfish Association, Tournament Sanction for 12 years
Total Package Events-Judy Haley
Come join us on August 9th. If there are 100 paid entries and 100 paid TWT’s, the winner will receive $13,500.
If there are 200 boats and 200 paid TWT’s, the winner will receive $27,000.
If there are 300 boats and 300 paid TWT’s the winner will receive $40,500, etc.
The more boats that participate the more money is paid back. We do not lower our paybacks when the no. of boats increase. Our charities make more, so you get paid more.