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Online payments are now available for CCBM Upper Bay Open Series tournaments

Started by Basscat7, May 19, 2020, 03:07:45 PM

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Online Payments are setup and available for the CCBM Opens.

Both Venmo and PayPal.

Payment must accompany the Online Registration Form and have both Boater and Riders name and cell phone numbers to participate.

Please indicate who is the Boater.

Boat number is still determined by first sign up / pay.

Go to the CCBM Open Facebook page to register and pay.

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Step 1:

Fill out this registration form:


We ask that everyone register online so that we are only processing last minute folks and issues at the ramp:

    PLEASE FILL OUT the registration form using the link above, even if you sent us your payment by mail already.

    If you previously sent in payment and registration for an Open this year, then you do not need to pay again and your place in the launch order is preserved.

Step 2:

Make a payment via PayPal or Venmo to Stephen Weimar, the CCBM TD.

You can use either his email (weimar@aol.com) or his cell phone (610-529-7900) to locate him in either service.

After registration and payment have been processed, we will add your team to the participant list.

If you don't see your names listed eventually at the link below, then send Steve a text (610-529-7900) or email (weimar@aol.com).


Payment amounts:
$90 to fish the tournament (80% payback)

$10 to be in the lunker pool (100% payback)

$60 to be in the option pot (100% payback)(number of slots determined by # participating)

Usually folks pay $100 to fish the tournament and be in for the lunker.

You can pay $160 to be in for everything, including the option pot.
Golf is for guys whose wives won't let them buy a bass boat

Bass Fishing is like Church, many attend - Few get it.