Tournament Update – Hollister

Written by Scott on October 20th, 2017

The time of the take off and weigh in was posted incorrectly for the Hollister Project Graduation.  Take off will be at 9 am with weigh in at 5 pm. 

That may sound late to most of the anglers, but remember, this is a Benefit Tournament, not a high dollar competition.   We are fishing to raise money and have fun!  Looking forward to seeing everyone this Saturday!

Bass Tournamet for Hollister High School Oct 21st

Written by Scott on October 6th, 2017

K Dock Marina will host a Benefit Bass Tournament to raise money for the 2018 Hollister Project Graduation!  Entry fee is $50 per boat with an optional $10 side pot for Big Bass!  This will be a 100% pay back tournament.  (Half the proceeds will go to the anglers and half will go to the benefit.)  Take off will be at 9 am with weigh in at 5 pm on Saturday, October 21st.  There will also be a Guaranteed payout of $100 for Big Bass!  Early sign up will begin at 9 am on Friday, Oct 20th at the marina.  Hope to see you there to help raise money for the 2018 Hollister Project Graduation!

Benefit Bass Tournament Sept 30th, 2017

Written by Scott on September 20th, 2017

K Dock Marina will be hosting a benefit Bass Tournament for the Forsyth Cheer Squad on Sat, Sept 30th.  Tournament will be from 8 am till 4 pm from the Marina.  This will be 50% pay back to the Cheer Squad and 50% paid back to the participants.  Entry fee is $50 per two person boat with an optional $10 big bass side pot.

Great Raffle Prizes being donated!!!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets the day of the tournament!  Early sign up begins at 9 am on Friday the 29th at K Dock Marina

Tues Night Tourn Results 8/22/17

Written by Scott on August 23rd, 2017

Here are the results of the Tuesday Night Bass Tournament from a field of 4 boats:

Big Bass – Chris & James @ 3.62 lbs

1st Place – Chris & James – 5 fish @ 9.42 lbs

(The Tuesday Night Tournaments are ON!!!  5 more this year!  Don’t miss out!)

CLOSED on Monday, Aug 21st

Written by Scott on August 18th, 2017

K Dock marina will be closed for Dr. appointments on Monday, Aug 21st.  Re-open on Tues the 22nd at 8 am. 

Tues Night Tourn Results 7/11/17

Written by Scott on July 12th, 2017

Here are the results of the Tuesday Night Tournament from a field of 4 boats:

Big Bass – Kelly & Dave @ 4.00 lbs

1st Pace – Matt & Jamie – 5 fish @ 14.45 lbs

Tues Night Tourn Results 6/27/17

Written by Scott on June 28th, 2017

Here are the results from the Tuesday Night Tournament from a field of 5 boats: 

Winner Take All! 

Big Bass – Matt & Jamie @ 3.16 lbs

1st Place – Matt & Jamie – 5 fish @ 12.06 lbs

Marina Now Open to Slip Renters 6/2/17

Written by Scott on June 2nd, 2017

Well, we have finally got the dock secured and it looks like the lake is starting to drop.  The road into the marina on K Highway should be out of the water by Saturday the 3rd.  Slip renters and their guests can access the marina from a temporary walkway we have set up off the first driveway.  Unfortunately, we can not allow the general public to access the marina until our main walkway is secured due to insurance reasons.  We will not be renting boats at this time due to the high water and possible hazards from debris still floating down the lake.  38 Paddle Board Company will be open by appointment only.  They will escort their customers and guest onto the property.  Go to 38paddle.com for contact information.  Keep praying for light rain to hit the Ozarks this month!  We need to drop 13 feet to see the top of the walkway!

 

 

Closed Due to Flooding

Written by Scott on May 3rd, 2017

The Marina will be close for an extended period of weeks due to flood conditions.  Check in at our K Dock Marina Facebook page for updates.

NOTICE – Marina Closed To The Public April 28, 2017

Written by Scott on April 28th, 2017

K Dock Marina will be closed to the public for preparation of the impending flood conditions.  We will remain closed until conditions are safe.  Slip renters will still have access as of Friday April 28th.  Forecast is not looking good for water that is expected to hit this weekend.  Please DO NOT attempt to navigate a boat on Bull Shoals this weekend!!!  We are preparing for the worst, but hope for the best!

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