Lake WORTH, Texas


2024 Classic Lake Worth Workingmans

Rules Safety BRIDGES ARE NO WAKE FOR ALL OF OUR TOURNAMENTS!!!!! All teams must have a United States Coast Guard approved life vest on and buckled anytime the outboard is in gear. Waist belts are not acceptable for use while moving to another location. The driver of each vessel must have an emergency kill switch connected to his life vest anytime the outboard is in gear. Lake Worth Workingmans directors reserve the right to make any changes for safety precautions. No alcohol or illegal drugs are allowed during tournament hours. Boat requirements All entered boats must have all safety items required by the United States Coast Guard, a permanently mounted aeration system and no extended or raised fishing decks above the gunnel. All outboards shall not exceed the maximum horsepower rating of the United States Coast Guard. Lights must be in working order and used State Laws All state, local and federal laws must be obeyed. It is the responsibility of each Angler to read and know all laws. Off Limits areas All areas marked by state, federal, local authorities and areas determined by Lake Worth Workingmans directors are not allowed to be fished (no exceptions), including inside areas marked off limits.. All bridges (marked or unmarked) are considered no wake zones. Nature Preserve is no wake, Buoys at dam are no fishing areas ( no casting onto off limit areas), NASJRB buoys are off limits. Fishing methods Only one rod and reel may be used at any time by each team member. No trolling is allowed. When sight fishing, all bass must be hooked in the mouth to be considered a legal catch. All fish must be caught alive and on artificial bait with the exception of pork rinds. Only five fish are allowed in the live well at any time during tournament hours. No culling of dead fish. A dead fish cannot be weighed in for big fish competition. There is a 1-pound penalty and loss of fish for any fish not meeting size requirements. There is a .50-pound (½ pound) penalty for any dead fish brought to the weigh in. 199 Bridge Construction: There is an ongoing project for construction of the 199 bridge, this will cause varying impacts to our events. As such if there are updates provided by the Marshal’s office.

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