2021 Pike Challenge [POSTEDPONED]

Canal Lake, Rhode Island

5/09/2021

2021 Weekend Warriors Fishing Series

Team Event Pike - 3 fish limit, 14 inch minimum Location - Canal Lake Blast off - 8:00am Weigh in - 4:00pm Take Off Location - Canal Lake Park Launch 1140 Kawartha Lakes County Rd 33, Kirkfield, ON Each day of competition will have three, 2.5-hour periods with two, 15-minute lines out scheduled breaks. That way you can update weighfish TD during the break or during competition if you want. 8:00 - 10:30 - Period 1 10:30 - 10:45 - break update Weighfish TD 10:45 - 1:15 - Period 2 1:15 - 1:30 - break update Weighfish TD 1:30 - 4:00 - Period 3 4:00 - 4:15 - head in update Weighfish TD
APP download and usage 1. Download app - Weighfish td 2. Log in 3. username - [email protected] 4. Password - warrior 5. Click on - 2021 Weekend Warriors Fishing Series 6. Click on the 3 lines in the top right corner 7. Click on - Date (Oldest First) 8. Click on tournament your fishing 9. Click on your name in the team list 10. Enter the number of fish you caught (BASS rules) 5 maximum , (MLF rules) Total number of scoreable fish 11. Enter Gross weight 12. Enter Big fish weight 13. Click on top right corner - Save 14. This will bring you back to the team list ready for your next entry (Repeat step 10 through 13) Rules and Regulations ------------------------------------------------ (BASS Format) 1. Entry Fee: TBA (will specify) 2. Competition hours: 8:00A.M. – 4:00 P.M. As these events are intended to be fun, not "survival of the fittest", any boat may "call it a day" anytime they wish, prior to the 4:00 P.M. deadline, with no penalty. Any competitor may go ashore at any time, should they wish to. If you're calling it a day please send me a text, so we know where all competitors are and we are not waiting for you to arrive and/or sending out a search party to find you. 3. Cancellations: No entrant may cancel, and receive a refund, after midnight of the Friday prior (1 week) to the event in question. 4. Each competition will have three, 2.5-hour periods with two, 15-minute lines out scheduled breaks. That way you can update weighfish TD during the break or during competition if you want. (Its Mandatory) 8:00 - 10:30 - Period 1 10:30 - 10:45 - Break update Weighfish TD 10:45 - 1:15 - Period 2 1:15 - 1:30 - Break update Weighfish TD 1:30 - 4:00 - Period 3 4:00 - 4:15 - Head in update Weighfish TD 5. On the water procedure: Set your phone alarm to the period end time for each period and break time that is stated. You fish to the alarm. If your line is in the water when the alarm sounds you must reel line in right away. If you have a fish on (fighting a fish) when an alarm sounds you can finish out the catch. If the catch is a scorable fish, you can count it towards your total weight 6. Challenge Cup Series Format: Each Tournament is species specific. 7. Fish limits and minimum Crappie - 8 fish limit, 8 inch minimum, Pike - 3 fish limit, 14 inch minimum, Bass - 5 fish limit, 12 inch minimum. 8. Measured from the tip of the nose (Close mouth) to the tip of the tail (No pinching the tail) 9. In case of a tie weight: a. Who had weighed the most fish b. Heaviest single day weight c. Biggest fish you caught 10. Team event (Bass) 5 fish limit 11. Individual event (Bass) 5 fish limit for the boater, (Bass) 3 fish limit for the co-angler 12. 4 Qualifying tournaments, you only have to fish 2 tournaments to qualify for the Championship. If you fish more then 2 tournaments, your 2 worse tournaments will be dropped out of the 4. 13. Cut line in the overall standings is 50% of the field qualifies for the Championship. (10 boat field 5th place is the cut line.) 14. AOY Point Standings - 1 point per place starting at 100 points for all events Year-end points 15. Absolutely no alcohol or drugs will be consumed or in possession of any registrant during the tournament. 16. If Severe weather is a concern for the date of the tournament, the tournament will be rescheduled. Entry fees will not be refunded unless the tournament is cancelled. 17. Regulations are subject to change. Decision of the tournament officials is final ------------------------------------------------- (MFL Format) Rules and Regulations 1. Entry Fee: TBA (will specify) 2. Competition hours: 8:00A.M. – 4:00 P.M. As these events are intended to be fun, not "survival of the fittest", any boat may "call it a day" anytime they wish, prior to the 4:00 P.M. deadline, with no penalty. Any competitor may go ashore at any time, should they wish to. If you're calling it a day please send me a text, so we know where all competitors are and we are not waiting for you to arrive and/or sending out a search party to find you. 3. Cancellations: No entrant may cancel, and receive a refund, after midnight of the Friday prior (1 week) to the event in question. 4. Each competition will have three, 2.5-hour periods with two, 15-minute lines out scheduled breaks. That way you can update weighfish TD during the break or during competition if you want. (Its Mandatory) 8:00 - 10:30 - Period 1 10:30 - 10:45 - Break update Weighfish TD 10:45 - 1:15 - Period 2 1:15 - 1:30 - Break update Weighfish TD 1:30 - 4:00 - Period 3 4:00 - 4:15 - Head in update Weighfish TD 5. On the water procedure: Set your phone alarm to the period end time for each period and break time that is stated. You fish to the alarm. If your line is in the water when the alarm sounds you must reel line in right away. If you have a fish on (fighting a fish) when an alarm sounds you can finish out the catch. If the catch is a scorable fish, you can count it towards your total weight 6. A scorable bass is any bass caught that meets or exceeds the minimum weight of 1.00 pound 7. Total weight at the end of competition determines angler place finish 8. Re-weigh 3 per fish. Each re-weigh eliminates the weight before 9. 4 Qualifying tournaments, you only have to fish 2 tournaments to qualify for the Championship. If you fish more then 2 tournaments, your 2 worse tournaments will be dropped out of the 4. 10. Cut line in the overall standings is 50% of the field qualifies for the Championship. (10 boat field 5th place is the cut line.) 11. AOY Point Standings - 1 point per place starting at 100 points for all events Year-end points 12. Absolutely no alcohol or drugs will be consumed or in possession of any registrant during the tournament. 13. If Severe weather is a concern for the date of the tournament, the tournament will be rescheduled. Entry fees will not be refunded unless the tournament is cancelled. 14. Regulations are subject to change. Decision of the tournament officials is final

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