Indiana : IN-07 Turtle Creek Division

Event Schedule

Date Lake Launch Ramp Time Results
03/09/2019Turtle CreekMain Ramp7:30 am - 4:00 pmView
04/13/2019Turtle CreekMain Ramp7:30 am - 4:00 pmView
05/25/2019Turtle CreekMain Ramp6:30 am - 3:00 pmN/A
06/08/2019Turtle CreekMain Ramp6:30 am - 3:00 pmN/A
07/13/2019Turtle CreekMain Ramp6:30 am - 3:00 pmN/A

Top Standings

Place Team Points
1 Bill Russell / Andrew Russell150
2 Scott Ham / Chris Reynolds100
2 Jim Noel / None None100
2 Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder100
2 Andy Hall / John Kramer100
6 Mike Crays / Jeff Poteet50
6 Zach Urbancic / Jenson Miller50
6 Casey Schrock / Darren Burris50
6 Tj Todd / Dorian Duncan50
6 Philip Ralston / Tommy Mcintyre50
6 James Shipley / Dan Day50
6 Robert Burks / Kyle Taylor50
6 Kevin Allee / None None50
6 Harold Alumbaugh / Greg Wood50
6 Bill Zimmerman / Landon Shepperd50
6 Bryan Sparks / Jeff Stahl50
6 Tim Yoder / Lawayne Yoder50
6 Marc Dewlen / Jon Logue50
6 Pete Boland / None None50
6 Rex Webb / Larry Haag50
View All Standings

Red indicates a next generation team.
Blue indicates a coed team.

Contact Division Staff

Director

Andy Hall
3910 E State Road 54
Sullivan , IN 47882
(812) 240-1318
andyhall2@comcast.net

Assistant Director

John Kramer

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News

Turtle Creek Reservoir Regulations, Tournament Rules and Registration

 

 

Hello all, 

USA Bassin Division will start on March 9th, weather permitting and Schedule permitting. Remember the Lake Fee has gone up to $5.00 per person and must be paid by credit card or debit card only. Last year was a fun year, and we learned a lot about the unique challenges of holding tournaments there. This year will be the same as last year, if no keepers are caught than we are going to roll over the payout to the next tournament.  

​USA Bassin has a 70% payout for the tournament, and a 100% payout for Big Bass. If no fish are caught in the first tournament then the payout will roll over to the next. Each consecutive tournament that is blanked will result in one additional payout spots (maximum of 3).

Examples:

1st tournament there are no fish caught, payout would roll over.  If fish are caught normal payout.

2nd tournament has the following possibilities.

      1. No fish are caught and the payout and Big Bass roll over to next tournament.

      2. Fish are caught and first place would collect previous rolled over payout.

3rd tournament has the following possibilities.

      1. No fish are caught and the payout and Big Bass would roll over again.

      2. Fish are caught and First and Second place would take rolled over payouts (60% going to First               and 40% to Second).  Big Bass would collect all the rolled over payout.

      3. Only one fish is caught.  Winner would only take home 60% of the rolled over amount and the               40% would be rolled over. Winner would also take home 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and however many                     places there might be that day.

Payouts would continue to roll over until we had a tournament that paid out 3 spots.

If you have any questions please feel free to give me a call.

Andy Hall

Please read following information below.

Turtle Creek Reservoir has a 20 inch minimum size and 1 fish limit. This rule must be followed during the IN-07 Tournaments. This is one fish per person, so a maximum of 2 fish per boat will be allowed, heeding the 20 inch size limit. This information is important as one person teams could be at somewhat of a disadvantage compared to two person teams. 

Inclement Weather: Turtle Creek is a large lake, and even moderate breezes can cause turbulence on the water. The reservoir has a warning system that can be heard anywhere on the lake should conditions be unsafe. In the event this happens, you are to get to shore as quickly as possible...do not try to get to the boat ramp if conditions are unsafe to do so, however, this is your judgement. This is the only time where motors bigger than a 9.9 can be used at higher than idle speeds to get to shore/boat ramp. 

Motors: In good weather conditions, motors bigger than a 9.9 hp can be used, but only at idle speeds. 

Gate at Day of Tournament: Please do not arrive to the reservoir prior to the 90 minutes before the tournament starts. The gates will not be open until then, and truck/trailers should not be lined up on the road outside of the gate...this poses a safety hazard. Do not show up earlier than 90 minutes before start. 

Photos

  • 4/8 Bass: 6.5-7lbs

  • 4/8 Take off

Records

Division Champions

  • 2019 Bill Russell / Andrew Russell
  • 2018 Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder
  • 2017 Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder

Season Standings

Tournament Winners

  • 04/13/2019 Scott Ham / Chris Reynolds
  • 03/09/2019 Bill Russell / Andrew Russell
  • 08/18/2018 Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder
  • 07/28/2018 Larry Haag / Rex Webb
  • 06/09/2018 Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder
  • 06/02/2018 Robert Burks / Kyle Taylor

Highest Season Weight

  • 2019 5.45 lbs. Scott Ham / Chris Reynolds
  • 2018 9.69 lbs. Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder
  • 2017 0.00 lbs. Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder

Highest Winning Weight

  • 2019 5.45 lbs. Scott Ham / Chris Reynolds
  • 2018 5.21 lbs. Robert Burks / Kyle Taylor

Lowest Winning Weight

  • 2019 5.21 lbs. Bill Russell / Andrew Russell
  • 2018 4.52 lbs. Larry Haag / Rex Webb

Big Bass

  • 2019 5.45 lbs. Scott Ham / Chris Reynolds
  • 2018 5.21 lbs. Robert Burks / Kyle Taylor
  • 2017 0.00 lbs. Tommy Harrison / David Sacksteder

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