Starting on Wednesday May 3rd boats, trucks, coaches, and helicopters will begin to converge at The Blood River Landing near Springfield, Louisiana.
So far 100 boats have pre-entered which is a record as most boats don’t register until they arrive. Estimates are there will be about 350 participating boats plus all the others that just show up for the fun of it. We also know that there will be some new and exciting hardware showing up.
Organizers Casey Harrison and Joey Fontenot are both still hard at work making all the last minute details come together. There is a new card stop, different bands everynight and the same old bucking bull ready for Saturday Night.
Regardless of what you might hear, the future of the Tickfaw 200 is big and bright. Casey confirmed all of this and that 2018 is already in the works and many changes are coming but Joey still everybody not to come.
This year you can count on Powerboat Nation to bring you the entire show. We have a new video team coming in from the west coast and we are working hard on a special surprise just for this years Tickfaw 200.
Of course we also have the Powerboat Nation Sun Buns Party on Friday beginning at 2 PM.