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JML Outdoors and SPRO have come together to host the first “frog only” tournament to be held in Arizona. This event will pay back 100 percent of the entries collected to the anglers.

The SPRO Lake Havasu Team Open will be held July 20, 2013 in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Registration and the pre-tournament meeting will take place Friday July 19, 2013 at Anderson Toyota (6510 Showplace Avenue) from 3:00 to 5:30pm with the pre-tournament meeting starting at 6:00pm.

The entry fee for this event will be $200 per team and anglers will have the option to enter into a $30 Big Fish side pot that will pay the 3 biggest bass of the tournament. Anglers will have the opportunity to meet B.A.S.S. Elite Series Pro Dean Rojas and have a chance to ask him questions about frog fishing and the SPRO frogs that he designed.

Only SPRO frogs will be allowed. All teams must pass a complete boat check prior to launching on the morning of the competition. No tackle other than SPRO Frogs will be allowed in the boat during competition hours. All frogs must be worked on the surface and remain stock. The trimming of the legs will be allowed.

For additional rules and the official entry form, click here.

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