Lund Boats  
  SWT Championship Challenge  
  The SWT Championship Challenge, sponsored by Lund Boats is a competition held in conjunction with our final tournament of the season, the Last Mountain Fall Classic.  SWT members that qualify for the Challenge, compete for a prize package that includes a Lund boat and trailer equipped with a Mercury motor.  
  2008 Championship Challenge Award
1625 Lund Rebel SS, 40 HP Mercury 4 stroke engine, Lund galvanized trailer
2008 Championship Challenge Winners
Brian Dygdala & Dave Deutscher with Ryan Sproule (Lund)
  To participate in the Championship Challenge, individual SWT members must meet at least one of the following qualifying criteria:  
bulletWinner of last years Championship Challenge.
bulletWin any one of the SWT tournaments preceding the Last Mountain Fall Classic. (current year)
bulletAny SWT angler who's accumulated score prior to the Last Mountain Fall Classic is in the top 30 of all SWT anglers.
bulletAny SWT angler that enters all SWT tournaments preceding the Last Mountain Fall Classic, (current year), see *note below.
bulletChampionship Challenge qualification does not provide entry to the Last Mountain Fall Classic, see **note below.

The "all preceding tournaments" criteria is intended to promote attendance at all of the SWT tournaments and to provide any angler the opportunity to qualify for the Challenge.  This keeps the Challenge as an event that you must qualify for but yet new or  inexperienced members that initially feel it is difficult to compete against the veterans of the SWT will have a shot to compete for the coveted Championship Challenge.

  *NOTE: Does not include anglers that enter a tournament then withdraw prior to the event.  If you have entered a tournament, paid the entry fee and are shown in the final results provided by the tournament organizers you are considered to have fished that event.  
  **Note: It is the individual members responsibility to enter the tournaments.  SWT membership does not guarantee entry to individual tournaments.  Individual tournaments may restrict the number of teams.