2021 QUICK LANE CEDAR CREEK TEAM TOURNAMENT SERIES RULES
2021 QUICK LANE CEDAR CREEK TEAM TOURNAMENT SERIES RULES
The following rules will remain in effect with for the 2021 Tournament Season. Interpretation of the rules will be defined and enforced exclusively by the Tournament Director. Each participant agrees to immediately report any and all rule violations to the Tournament Director. A rule violation can result in sanctions deemed appropriate by the Tournament Director including to but not limited to disqualifications, forfeiture of prizes, and prohibition from participation in any and or all Victory Fishing Events. Decisions of the Tournament Director are final in all matters and are not subject to appeal, and are not reviewable in any court of law. Victory Fishing Events reserves the right to make needed changes to these rules to ensure the safety and welfare of the participants and or the public, also to preserve the integrity of Victory Fishing Events. It is the responsibility of every participant to read and understand the rules. All participants will be required to sign an affidavit that the rules have been read, understood, and that the participant accepts all the rules. The Tournament Director reserves the right to place an observer in the boat of any participant at any time.
Participation is open to current Victory Fishing Events members. Anyone who has competed in the FLW Majors, Bass Master Elite Series, MLF Majors or has guided for Largemouth, Smallmouth, or Spotted Bass on Cedar Creek Lake in the past twelve months is not eligible to participate. Victory Fishing Events reserves the right to refuse membership and participation for any reason in any and all events to any team or person at the discretion of the Tournament Director.
All participants must have a valid State Fishing License and must obey all Federal, State, and Lake specific regulations.
A team will consist of one or two participant anglers only. Each participant will accumulate qualifying points to determine the Anglers of the 2021 Quick Lane Team Tournament Series.
Participants will receive 15 show points by fishing and entering a 2021 Quick Lane Series Tournament plus one point per pound of bass caught by their team in any 2021 Quick Lane Series Tournament. The participant or team that accumulates the most points of the year in this series will receive a free team entry award into the 2021 Quick Lane Championship and the 2022 Quick Lane Team Tournament Series. One team participant or team will receive one team entry award for the 2021 Quick Lane Championship & the 2022 Quick Lane Team Tournament Series. (Excludes Optional Bonus Entry)
A team will consist of one or two participant anglers only.
Running lights must be illuminated until safe light or until fog has lifted.
Participants must be a current member, register, and pay the cash entry fee prior to fishing in any Victory Fishing Events Team Tournament event.
Participants asked to submit to truth verification testing must take the polygraph test when asked and pass the test to qualify for prizes.
Tournament fishing hours will be determined by a safe light start and flight return times unless otherwise specified for a specific tournament. Each Team must have their number chip placed in the official number collection bucket by the pre determined flight return time for their drawn boat number to qualify for weigh-in. The official bucket will be at the weigh in site and numbers will be checked to insure teams arrive on time! Late arrivals will not be allowed to weigh in. No exceptions. One Team Participant must be in the weigh-in line with their catch not later than 15 minutes after the last flight was due in. Weigh-in will continue until all contestants in line have been weighed. If no one is in the official weigh in line and it is 15 minutes after the last flight was due in the scales will be closed.
Teams may weigh-in only 5 fish. One of the five fish can be weighed for the Big Bass prize. A boat used during the Tournament must be equipped with a properly aerated live well. Do not enter weigh-in line with more than five fish. (No Culling in Line) A team can only bring five fish to the weigh-in line. All fish will be measured on an official Check It Stick measuring board on its side with mouth closed; the tail fin will be squeezed together and or turned in a way to obtain the maximum overall length as described in the 2020-2021 Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual Hunting and fishing Regulations. All Bass must be at least 14 inches in length to qualify for weigh in.
- This is a catch and release tournament. The use of Sure-Life catch and release formulas are recommended. All live fish will be released back into Lake or placed into the Catch & Release Tank. All participants must do everything they can to preserve the resource.
- Participants are not allowed to in any way alter the length of a fish.
- Any fish turned in for weigh-in will be examined by any means necessary to deem any presented fish as unaltered.
- Fish must be brought to weigh-in a tournament weigh-in bag.
- A 1 lb. Penalty will be assessed for each dead fish. (No iced or Frozen fish)
- Black Bass, Kentucky Spotted Bass, and Small Mouth Bass only qualify for weigh-in.
No alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs will be allowed during the tournament. Participants must be of sound mind and not be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs immediately prior to or during the tournament. The use of alcoholic beverages is restricted during all ceremonies and are not to be consumed at the tournament site. We will maintain a family friendly environment. Profanity, heckling, and aggressive gestures will not be tolerated and sportsmanlike conduct will be expected by every participant.
All participants in the boat must be a team member and entered in the tournament. Participants must wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved life vest fastened and or zipped with an emergency shut off devise securely attached to the driver when the big motor is running. No trolling of lures with the big motor. Safe boating practices must be used by all participants. Any boat used in the tournament must meet all coast guard regulations, have the required safety equipment, have a rating plate, and not exceeding the established horse power rating.
Participants must fish from their entered boat. No wading, inner tubes, or fishing from a dock. Do not leave boat to land a fish. Participants are required to keep both feet on the deck surface of their boat while fishing or landing a fish. A participant may leave the boat at a recognized facility to take a rest room break or to resolve an emergency situation. No fishing will be allowed until the complete team is back in the boat. If a participant leaves the boat for any reason the occurrence must be reported to the Tournament Director prior to the published tournament end time.
Fishing is allowed only on the navigable waters of Cedar Creek Lake. Navigable waters are those waters not separated by land, a dam, or embankment and can be accessed from the main lake area of the Tournament Lake by the boat used in the tournament under the power of the trolling motor, outboard, or hand assist tools from within the boat. (No getting out of the boat to push a boat into or out of any area!)
The use of mobile communication devises such as cell phones, marine radios, walkie talkies, and citizen band radios to communicate fishing information during tournament hours is strictly prohibited.
No fishing within 50 feet of another entered boat. Having someone hold or sit on a hole in an attempt to allow a participant to gain an unfair advantage will not be tolerated. Be very courteous to all others on the lake. Do not cut anyone off or pass them on plane in narrow areas.
All fish must be caught on artificial lures. No live or prepared bait except pork rinds and spray fish attractants. Participants may possess as many rod and reel set ups they deem necessary. Each Participant may only use one rod and reel at a time. A rod and reel set up must be completely reeled in with the lure out of the water before another rod and reel set up can be used to continue fishing.
Cedar Creek Lake will be off limits to fishing on the Saturday prior from sunset until the start of the tournament on Sunday. A team may only get on the lake with his boat no earlier than the registration start time which is 4:30am on Sunday. Participants using an alternate launch location prior to the tournament must immediately proceed to the registration location to register. Once registered Participants must wait in the immediate Log Cabin park area for the tournament director to begin calling boat numbers. The boat numbers will be selected by participant drawing. Numbers will be divided into 20 boat intervals. Boat numbers: 1-20 must have their boat number card turned in by 2:30pm, 21-40 must have their boat number card turned in by 2:45pm, 41-60 must have their boat number card turned in by 3:00pm. Flights may be added or reduced as needed. Participants will have 15 minutes after the last scheduled flight to get into the weigh-in line with their catch. Please anticipate your boat number and drive by the release location at the tip of the dock adjacent to the boat ramp. When your boat number is called drive by the tournament director on the dock with your livewell open, Life jackets on, and Kill switch attached to be released to begin competition. Safe light will be determined by the tournament director. Once participants number is called, they idle their boat by the tournament director, and had their livewell checked participants can start leaving Log Cabin Park by water in their boat to go to their fishing areas and begin fishing. The official time will be regulated by an electronic devise showing the official time in our time zone and will be available for comparison at the weigh-in site. These tournaments will not have a shot gun start and contestants must clear the no wake zones and allow any boat near them to clear 100 feet distance before taking off. Failure to participate in the numberd start will result in immediate disqualification. The Tournament Director reserves the right to allow trailering at any time as a result of weather or safety concerns.
All ties will be broken by adding places and splitting equally.
Log Cabin Park Beach Landing, Ramp, and Docks are Off Limits to fishing during the tournament. The buoyed water intake area by the Dam is a Keep Out area during the Tournament.
Link to Diagram of Log Cabin Park Area Off-Limits:
Link to Diagram of Water Intake Keep Out area at the Dam:
Registration will begin at 4:30am until the safe light start begins.
Description of the Optional Bonus: A separate stringer pot will accumulate based on the number of entries and will be paid back at 100% to the highest finishing teams that have paid and entered into the optional bonus. 0-29 Bonus Entries one Place, 30-39 Bonus Entries two places, 40-49 Bonus Entries three places, 50-59 Bonus Entries four places, 60-69 Bonus Entries five places, 70+ Bonus Entries Six Places.
2021 Quick Lane Championship description: $20 will be held out of each regular entry and will be paid back at 100%. The amount collected from the seven series events will be added on top of the championship regular entries! We will also maintain the Optional Bonus to be paid out at 100% during the championship.
To Qualify for the Quick Lane Championship Participate in Five of the Seven Quick Lane Series Tournaments.
To Qualify for the 2021 RAD-Rides Grand Championship finish in the top 50% of the field in the Quick Lane Cedar Creek Series. The Grand Championship will feature a First Place Prize Guaranteed to be at least $10,000.00 reguardless the number of entries!
COVID-19 & SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES!
Safety will be a top priority to make sure we can have a fun and safe environment for everyone. Please do not group up and maintain the recommended 6 feet Covid-19 social distancing guidelines. Although we will be outside and it is not mandatory as a safety precaution you can wear a mask. We recomend that everyone stay six feet apart and respect others that are trying to Social distance.