Open Tournaments
April 16th - Summerville Lake  - Main Marina
May   14th - Kanawha River     - Frontier Ramp
June   4th - Ohio River        - Gallipolis Ramp
June  18th - Sutton Lake       - Main Marina
July  16th - Kanawha River     - Frontier Ramp
Sept  17th - Kanawha River     - Frontier Ramp
Trail of Dreams Master Series Events
April 23rd - Yatesville        - Main Marina
April 30th - Summersville Lake - Battle Run
May   28th - Kanawha River     - Frontier Ramp
      All Dates Have Been Approved by DNR
Trail of Dream Tournament
series are Open Bass
Tournaments for Anglers!

              -Membership Fees
  -Club Fees
                -Championship Fees

Just Entry-Fees for your
choice of Tournament(s)
Mail Entry-Fees in or Pay at
Ramp (excludes Master Series
& Make-A-Wish)
2016 Trail of Dreams Master Series Guidelines
If your team fished the Master Series Event presented by Cabelas 2015 the boater is assured of a slot for 2016 as
long as full payment is made by MARCH 1ST, 2016. After March 1st the registration becomes open to other teams.

Priority Registration: By paying entry fees for all 3 Master Series Events your team will be added to the May 28,
2016 (Kanawha River) Master Series Event. Once 140 teams have been registered the remaining teams go to a
waiting list to replace teams that do not meet the deadline date of March 1st, 2016.

Teams wanting to register just for May 28, 2016 date can register and will be placed on a separate waiting list
after priority registration waiting list has been filled. When Summersville and Yatesville field becomes full, teams
will be placed on a waiting list and as slots come open you will be notified by phone or email.

All entry checks for Master Series events must be wrote for each tournament (3 Tournaments = 3 Checks). Checks
will be deposited as entries are accepted for various events. In some cases checks may take until March 1st to be
deposited.
Caution: Trail of Dreams Tournaments can be Habit Forming!
Trail of Dreams Tournament
Series is geared to meet the
needs of competitive anglers,
regardless of experience level
or ability. It is a premier
method for anglers to
experience the thrill of a
professional level bass
tournament

All Tournaments are
Catch & Release
NO