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Oil City Bass Tournament

The Fraternal Order of Police Tri-City Lodge #50 will host its 6th annual October bass buddy tournament on the Allegheny River. This tournament is open to the public and you can register in advanced by check, or register the morning of the tournament cash only.

6th Annual October Bass Tournament

Sunday October 12, 2014th

Registration Begins at 6:30 am.

Tournament Hours 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

100.00 per team plus an optional 10.00 lunker pool

Oil City Boat Launch

For more information visit their page on facebook.

Download App Here: October 12th Buddy Tournament

 
Come on out and support our local police and enjoy some of the best smallmouth bass fishing our state has to offer.

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Oil City Buddy Tournament

The Fraternal Order of Police Tri-City Lodge #50 will host its 5th annual bass buddy tournament on the Allegheny River. This tournament is open to the public and you can register in advanced by check, or register the morning of the tournament cash only.

5th Annual September Bass Tournament

Sunday September 14, 2014th

Registration Begins at 5:30 am.

Tournament Hours 7:00 am to 3:00 pm

100.00 per team plus an optional 10.00 lunker pool

Oil City Boat Launch

For more information visit their page on facebook.

Download App Here: September 14th Buddy Tournament

 
Come on out and support our local police and enjoy some of the best smallmouth bass fishing our state has to offer.

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Oil City Open Tournament

This past weekend my dad and I fished an open tournament on the Allegheny River in Oil City. Even though I consider myself a weak river angler I decided to fish this tournament for a couple of reasons. First, it is for a good cause. It benefits the police in our area. Second, the fishing in the northern Allegheny River is amazing during the fall and for the better part of the year. Third, it gave dad and I another day on the water together before winter set in.

There are a few things that you should know about the pool. First, it is very short as far as where a regular prop motor can run. Another thing is there is deep water, up to 20+ feet in the pool. Last is that the fish tend to winter in the pool since it is so deep. This being said we thought we were in for a big day of fishing.

The morning started fast and furious. On my first two cast I caught a 14″ dink and our first keeper. The action never really stopped. All day long we got bit and caught 14-14 7/8″ smallmouth bass. Dad even caught a walleye and a musky. There were over 30 boats in the tournament. Probably 15 jet boats that left the pool and another 15 that stayed in the pool. Most guys caught alot of short fish, but couldn’t get the right keepers. Everyone caught fish on a few lures. Tubes, beavers, and drop shot rigs. Through the day I had over 50 hits, most of which dropped the lure before I could stick them. Still between dad and I boated near 30 smallmouth and 2 keepers over 15″.

I can’t wait to head back for some great fishing and some of the most beautiful scenary that our state has to offer.

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