CALCUTTTA

Last Updated 2-27-2018

  1. All teams registered in the tournament will be auctioned off.
  2. All teams must be paid participants in Texas Trio Classic tournament in order to enter Calcutta.
  3. Teams must be signed up by 6:30 pm Thursday June 7th in order to participate in Calcutta.
  4. Calcutta will be split and pay for both “Open” and “Artificial” divisions.
  5. Each team has the option to buy Calcutta boat insurance for $500 for 50% of their boat’s Calcutta prize winnings OR $100 for 25% upon registration.
  6. The remaining 50% OR 75% of the participating team’s boats will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. A team is allowed to bid on themselves in order to have the opportunity to hold full Calcutta winnings for their teams.
  7. If a team does not choose to buy either option of Calcutta boat insurance that entire team will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
  8. Both the $500 OR $100 Calcutta boat insurance as well as the money that is raised in the auction for the participating boats will be placed in the Calcutta pot.
  9. Teams can register for Calcutta and tournament from 4-6:30pm Thursday June 7th at Matagorda Harbor Tournament Pavilion in Matagorda TX or anytime during early registration.
  10. Dinner, drinks, and live entertainment will be provided to all sign in participants of tournament on Thursday June 7th at Matagorda Harbor Tournament Pavilion.
  11. Non fishing contestants are welcome to join Thursday festivities. There will be $10 minimum donation for all non-contestants. (Includes dinner, drinks, and live entertainment)
  12. Teams will be auctioned off randomly.
  13. Auctioneer has last say/call of who won a bid on a team.
  14. Payout for Calcutta will be as followed:

Open Division

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

60% of open division auction

20% of open division auction

10% of open division auction

 

Artificial Division

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

60% of open division auction

20% of open division auction

10% of open division auction

 

10% of Calcutta retained by tournament for Thursday night expenses