Lake Texana, TX - Elite Series Pro and reigning Toyota Texas Bass Classic Champion Keith Combs along with his sponsor BLV Enterprises and KC's Bar are gearing up to host their first annual KC's Crappie Tournament. The event is scheduled for this Saturday May 26th on Lake Texana Texas.
"We are really excited about the chance to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Organization. I can't think of a more deserving group of people than the men and women who have been injured defending our freedom," stated Keith Combs.
Along with the fishing there will also be a drawing with a grand prize of a guided trip with Keith Combs to either Falcon Lake or Lake Sam Rayburn, winners choice. The grand prize comes complete with up to $500 in travel expenses. Combs elaborated on the drawing, "We've got a lot of great things to give away including autographed products from several of my Elite Series competitors like Aaron Martens and Brent Chapman. Oakley Sunglasses also donated a bunch of sunglasses and the grand prize is the fishing trip with me. Every dollar raised from this process will go to the Wounded Warriors organization. We have to word it carefully here in the state of Texas, but you'll get one chance to win for a $5 donation or you can get 3 chances to win for a $10 donation. You don't need to be present to win and you can make the donations on my website at KeithCombsFishing.com. This years event is our first, so it won't be huge making it a great opportunity to win a trip to one of the best bass fishing lakes in the word, Falcon Lake."
The event includes a barbecue dinner on Friday night at the signups at KC's Bar. On Saturday, we'll fish all day and then have a fish fry in the evening. Anglers can fish two adults to a boat or two adults and one child for the same price. Combs stated, "We realize that for people in other areas of the country that it's not realistic to make the event. However, if they choose to help the cause, they can make the donations on the website and get a chance(s) to win great prizes."
For more information or to donate please visit www.KeithCombsFishing.com