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Kiser Kayak Classic

Kiser Lake

August 16, 2014

Presented by:


7:00AM at the Kiser Lake beach parking lot.




$20 entry fee with optional $5 big fish entry.

100% of the money is paid out to the participating anglers based upon place of finish!

Pre-registration is closed, but you can pay in cash Saturday morning when you receive your identifier.



The measure-in will be located in the picnic area between the beach and the campground.  You must be present at the measure-in location no later than 3:00PM.  (1 inch deducted for every minute late)  




Any angler who does not place in the money spots become eligible for raffle prizes!  Raffle prizes are donated by our amazing sponsors, so be sure to check them out!


At this event we will be raffling off items provided by SMACK TACKLE (over $150 in product)


The measure-in is also a good oppurtunity to meet & greet fellow kayak anglers of all skill levels.  


Remember, any anglers who qualify for Angler of the Year in 2014 (participate in at least 4 events; max. of 1 online) will be entered to win a brand new Wilderness Systems Ride 115X!!!!!




Eligible Fishing Waters

Kiser Lake - Entire lake - Lake Map & Information




Rules that govern all Trail events can be found HERE




Kiser Lake has 75+ campsites. There are ~10 campsites that offer electric. There are only about 5-10 campsites located directly on the lake (none of them have electric).  The BKFT staff more than likely will secure a group site on or near the water.  Be sure to check for updates on our Facebook Page.


A Look Back....

The 2013 Kiser Kayak Classic was one of our most popular and most attended events. There were anglers participating from WV, IN, and KY. The lake has a ton of lily pads and you could hear bass exploding on the surface the entire tournament. Getting them hooked was another task all together.   Last year the event was interrupted by a massive storm that forced anglers to seek shelter for about an hour.  Once the storm passed anglers hit the water with about an hour and a half until measure-in...many took advantage. When all was said and done the top 10 anglers all eclipsed 40" (3 bass total).  The winner of the tournament was Rylan Hayes with 48". Rylan used this tournament to help propel him to a runner-up finish for the 2013 Angler of the Year. The big bass of the tournament was 19" and caught by 3rd place finisher Neil Farley.

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