Update: 2020 Muzzy Classic Tournament Moved to Lee S Jones Park

Too much rain has moved the 21st Annual Muzzy Classic, July 11-12, 2020, back to last year's location, but the tournament goes on!

Update: 2020 Muzzy Classic Tournament Moved to Lee S Jones Park

Massive storm systems left the parking lot of Hu-b's Outdoors, the original host for this year's Muzzy Classic, underwater. Not to worry because tournament organizers have opted to move the tournament back to last year's location — - a favorite of many — Lee S Jones Park. 

Located in Eddyville, Kentucky, the park will serve as the new gathering place for the captain's meeting, which is still slated for July 11, 2020, at 5 p.m. The park will also serve as the weigh-in site starting at 7 a.m. on Sunday, July 12. 

Except for the site change, there have been no other adjustments to the tournament. The 21st Annual Muzzy Classic will still be a Big 20 format with a Big Fish cash prize. The payout for the Big Fish winner will be based on the number of registrations, as will payout for places 4 through 10. Payout for 2nd place will be $5K and bronze earns $2,500.

Fishable waters still include: Kentucky Lake Dam to Pickwick Dam, Barkley Dam to Cheatham Dam; on the Tennessee River from the Kentucky River to the Ohio River; the Cumberland River from Barkley Dam to the Ohio River and the Ohio River from Newburgh Lock and Dam to Highway 51. 

Keep an eye out for tournament updates on Muzzy Bowfishing’s Facebook and Instagram platforms, and well as the Muzzy Classic's website: https://www.feradyne.com/the-muzzy-classic-2020/.


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