Invitations have been sent and early entries are being accepted now!

WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR 10TH YEAR OF TEXAS TOURNAMENT TRADITION AT THE

2014 LONE STAR SHOOTOUT!

July 22 – 27, 2014

One of our traditions is setting new records each year. Last year we did it again, setting a new record in prize money payouts – Over $681,000!

Largest payout for a modified release tournament in the western Gulf.

Early Entry Drawing!!
Submit your entry early to get a shot at the Early Entry Drawing for a $2,500 Side Pot Allowance! All entries received by July 7th will be eligible. The winner can choose the side pots and receive $2,500 toward the total pots entered.

Early entries get the best slips!

Caracol slips will be assigned by the tournament committee after receipt of entry on a first come first served basis. Priority invites have until May 1st to keep their priority status for slip assignments.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE 2014 SHOOTOUT TODAY!

Join us for a big celebration of our 10th year and expect:

A new record in prize money payouts.
 
Largest payouts for a modified release tournament in the western Gulf.
 
Awesome party/dance band and Saturday night only tickets for your entourage.
 
Optional side pots for released billfish, weighed blue marlin, swordfish, tuna, wahoo and dolphin.
 
The best format and point structure in the Gulf with an emphasis on blue marlin.
 
A great field of boats from all over the Gulf.
 
World class bartenders, great food and a premium open bar.

The Lone Star Shootout is an Invitational Billfish tournament known for its great format, fun times, big payouts and contribution to charitable causes.

The Lone Star Shootout provides the opportunity to compete against the best billfish teams on the Gulf Coast. The Shootout culminates each year with an Awards Night celebration talked about for the generous open bar, great food, live entertainment and fun saloon atmosphere. The Perpetual Champion’s Trophy is the prized possession of each year’s champion and has become one of the most sought after trophies on the Gulf Coast tournament trail.

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