REGISTER NOW for this MARCH 31 Event
This is not a Charlotte Mecklenburg School sanctioned event and is in no way affiliated with CMS or Myers Park High School
- There must be teams of 4. 3 Person or 2 person Teams will NOT be accepted.
- Minimum age requirement is 14 and maximum is 18.
- Team names should be chosen and submitted in conjunction with all entry fees.
- Individual names will be submitted in alpha order with cell phone numbers.
- All Liability paperwork must be in to Brian Hester by Thursday March 23rd, 2017 by 1:30pm.
- Each individual will need to provide a copy of your NC Driver’s License and a copy of your NC Fishing License for participation.
- If you don’t have your i.d. and you are under 15, you must submit a copy of your birth certificate.
- You must provide your own transportation to your chosen river, creek or stream which will be recorded at your team’s arrival with documentation of roads and the correct start time.
- Your NC resident comprehensive fishing license must be up to date and present with you while you are fishing. You must also have a picture i.d. with you as well.
- Everyone must have complete equipment, Waders, Boots, Rods, Reels, and Phones.
- Team fees are $40 and are non-refundable–All team entry fees should be made payable to Jesse Brown’s Outdoors.
- If one person on your team does not catch a fish for your total, this is an automatic disqualification. Everyone must contribute at least 1 fish as stated in the “Scoring Rules section.”
Check In Rules:
- Each member will check in with an arrival photo of everyone on their respective team. No one will be allowed to start before 8am. You must document all trail-heads and roads upon your arrival.
- Each member must send in a text pic of the butt of their rod including incremental inch marks starting with 7” and every half inch thereafter.
- You must fish with at least one team member throughout the course of the entire day.
- You must document and designate what river, creek or stream you will be fishing the day of
- You must return to Jesse Brown’s by 5:30 Friday afternoon as a team for the final ruling.
- The Team Leader will be required to submit all fish caught with the name of the person who caught the fish.
- One submittal will be done before 2 the day of the tournament. Any text pic received after 2 will be disqualified so make sure your team captain has great cell reception.
- On the happenstance cell reception is lost from the team captain the next team member will be responsible for ALL submittals, not partials.
- No team will be allowed to fish PRIVATE water, or waters that are not maintained by the state of North Carolina, PERIOD.
- You may NOT fish any water in the surrounding states, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia or Georgia.
- Each team member must fish ONLY Delayed Harvest designated waters.
- You must use all river etiquette and observe all legal signage prohibiting trespassing.
- Never park on anyone’s property without consent.
- At no time will anyone remove any fish at any time from its habitat.
- Never hurt a fish or jeopardize the life of a fish in the name of a competition.
- Handle each trout with care and never ever remove a fish from DELAYED HARVEST WATER.
- One individual on each team will designated as the “Leader” this individual will house all documented catches from each member on their team, supervise their team for any unethical behavior, report all documented catches with name of the person who caught the fish, and referenced length of their fish down to the quarter inch. The only fish that will score are Browns, Rainbows or Brooks Trout. Example:
- All fishermen should have tape lines marking 8”, 9”, 10”, 11” etc…each team member will send an initial photo of their tape lines marked with a tape measure for exactness of those tape lines.
- Pictures should be taken directly above the trout with the bottom lip at the butt of the rod with the tail firmly flat above the tape lines on your rod. This will give an accurate reading of each fish down to every quarter-inch.
- Top 8 fish will be scored within each team. If your fish is 8.75 inches, then your total points for that one fish is 8.75 points. Points will accumulate accordingly.
- Each team member must contribute at least 1 fish for a final tally. One team member may contribute up to 4 documented fish within the allotted time.
- In the event there is a tie of total points, the winner of that tie will be awarded to the team recording the largest Trout.
- In the event there is a tie of the largest trout, the winner of the tie will go to the team recording the most fish on the day.