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Bonus Bucks event returns to Pickwick

Bonus Bucks event returns to Pickwick

If last year’s 22-pound limit of winning smallmouth are any indication, Toyota Bonus Bucks members can expect a great weekend of fish-catching and fellowship as the 9th annual Toyota Bonus Bucks Owners tournament returns to Pickwick Lake in Florence, Ala. the weekend of Sept. 19-20.

The tradition-rich weekend kicks-off Saturday afternoon with a registration meeting where Team Toyota pro anglers will be on hand to greet guests and talk fishing. B.A.S.S. tournament staff will conduct the event and be onsite Saturday afternoon as well for angler registration.

Launch and weigh-in for Sunday’s competition will take place at McFarland Park. The top 31 teams in the tournament are guaranteed a paycheck, and a free gift bag will be given to the first 200 anglers to sign up for the tournament.

COVID-19 safety measures that adhere to local government guidelines and regulations will be put in place during the event to provide protection for the health and well-being of all tournament participants. Registered teams will be sent information about the measures prior to the tournament.

Only one of the team members must be currently registered in the Toyota Bonus Bucks Program to be eligible (participants must own or lease a 2016 or newer Toyota Tundra, Tacoma, Sequoia, or 4Runner). Visit toyotafishing.com for more program details.

Bassmaster Elite Series, MLF and FLW Pro Circuit anlgers are not eligible to participate in the Owners Tournament. Teams are required to pre-register by Sept. 7.

Limited space is available. To register, visit toyotafishing.com, call the Toyota Bonus Bucks Headquarters at (918) 742-6424 or email bonusbucks@dynamicsponsorships.com.

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