Top kayak anglers to showcase skills at season finale Hobie B.O.S. Tournament of Champions

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2021 crown up for grabs in three-day event featuring 50 qualifiers and $75,000 in prize money.

OCEANSIDE, Calif. — For a super-elite set of kayak bass anglers, the 2021 season will boil down to having a great performance on Alabama’s Lake Eufaula this weekend, November 12 – 14, at the Hobie Bass Open Series (B.O.S.) Anchored by Power-Pole® three-day Tournament of Champions (T.O.C.), The season finale for the B.O.S. series should provide qualifying anglers plenty of room to explore for bass as the 45,000-acre impoundment of the Chattahoochee River, officially known as Walter F. George Lake, is 31 miles long and sports over 640 miles of shoreline.

“An exciting season that has taken us all over the country ends in Eufaula, Alabama, at our Tournament of Champions,” says tournament director A.J. Mcwhorter. “It all comes down to this, our most prestigious event. Every one of our qualifiers have worked hard to get to this point, and we can’t wait to see how everything unfolds during three exciting days of competition. You can bet whoever comes out on top will have earned the honor.”