Cost is $65 per person
Ramp fee at D & D not included.
Please make check payable to "LCEC/United Way Fish."
Wade fishing is allowed.
No line will be permitted in the water before 7 a.m. (Honor System); however, you can obtain bait at any time.
Starting Time 7 a.m.
2019 LCEC United Way Fishing Tournament Guidelines
The tournament will be scored using the length of each photographed fish species. The length of an eligible fish shall be calculated to the closest l/2 inch, rounded up to the closest inch or l/2 inch.
Pinching the tail is required.
Each team will show one photo per species at check-in. Total length of the four species measured will determine theoverall Grand Slam winner.
· All four species (Redfish, Snook, Trout, Snapper) must be photographed to be eligible for the Grand Slam.
· There will also be a prize for largest Redfish, Snook, and Trout.
· Fish do not have to be slot length to photograph, there are no minimum or maximum size restrictions for all species.
All fish must be photographed straight on the official LCEC tournament measuring ruler, no angles!
Measuring and photographing the fish on the official LCEC tournament measuring ruler with the Team number thenreleasing a live fish constitutes a catch.
The fish must face left on the official LCEC tournament measuring ruler.
Each Captain will be given a Score Card for recording information of ALL fish caught along with photos saved in case of tie.
In the case of a tie, we will refer to the Score Card and ask for other photos.
To assure a successful release, please make every effort to return each fish back to the water as soon as possible.
The Calcutta fish will be determined at the Captain’s meeting and will require a photo.
Snook 1 fish photo presented for check in
Redfish 1 fish photo presented for check in.
Trout 1 fish photo presented for check in.
Snapper 1 fish photo presented for check in.
For additional information please call Dana Nicloy at 239-656-2122 or email@example.com