Parrot Head Club to host cook-off




Cedar Creek Lake Parrot Head Club will host a chili and bar-b-q cook off Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at Tom Finley Park.

Check-in time for the contest will be 8 a.m., but the park will be open Friday night for early cooking. Entry fees are $40 each for the first item and $10 for each additional entry.

Chili categories are Mild Chili, Alarm Chili, Cedar Creek Brewery Chili (must include CCB beer as an ingredient) and Fire Department Chili (limited to members of volunteer fire departments).

Bar-b-q categories are Beef, Pork, Ribs and Chicken. Sauces and other categories are Salsa, Bar-b-q sauce, Dessert and Other (any special dish that doesn’t fit in another category).

Registration fees for entry should be sent to PHC Cookoff, 88 Tangle Dr., Kemp, TX 75143. For information, including rules, scheduling, booth information and entry forms contact:

Tate Cramm - Vice President
[email protected]
(214) 577-8966

The Cedar Creek Lake Parrot Head Club is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to assist in community and environmental concerns and to provide a variety of social activities for those with an interest in Jimmy Buffett and the tropical lifestyle exhibited in his words and music. Our club is chartered with and officially recognized by Parrot Heads in Paradise (PHIP) the national organization.

The Cedar Creek Parrot Head Club was founded by Mal Richards, Sally Richards, Ricky Key, Holly Key, Robert Render and Kirk Bonner in June of 2000.

 

 




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Wednesday

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Oct. 20)

EXCELLENT. Water lightly stained; 72-75 degrees; 1.18 feet low. Largemouth bass are excellent biting on shad patterned crankbaits and shaky heads in the backs of the creeks and main lake brush piles. Sand bass main lake humps using silver slabs. Crappie are excellent in brush piles in 8-18 feet of water using minnows and jigs. Catfish and hybrid stripers are good over humps with cut or live shad.

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