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Topic: Angler of the Year 2019 (AOTY)  (Read 23585 times)

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BasinYakGuy

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Casey

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Ling Banger

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The current spread between first and second place is 10 points.  Or 1 inch on a smallmouth bass.




"We're going to go fishing
And that's all there is to it." - R.P. McMurphy


rogerdodger

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The current spread between first and second place is 10 points.  Or 1 inch on a smallmouth bass.

Just amazing, congrats to all of the competitors!
2019 Hobie 'Outback360' (Fish Retriever)



Captain Redbeard

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Love seeing it come down to the wire like that.

Please remember that, per the rules, contestents have 2 weeks to submit entries, so we won't know the whole story until Jan 14.

In the meantime please feel free to fish for AOTY2020 and I'll get a new thread up for that ASAP.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS3B9O2_r1XAsmlKjQWnF_w/videos
https://www.facebook.com/CaptainRedbeardsAdventures/
https://www.instagram.com/captainredbeardsadventures/

2018 Hobie Revo 13 (slate blue) - his
2014 Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140 (olive) - his
2016 Hobie Outback LE (orange) - hers
2015 Hobie Oasis (red) - ours


bsteves

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Also, while we're at it...

Now is the time to look over your place on the leaderboard.  Does it look right?  Are there points you think aren't being counted properly?   Let us now and we can take a look and potentially fix things.   For example, the old "I have two fish with the same score and my total doesn't add up properly!" bug has been mostly fixed, but there are certain conditions where it can flare up.

Brian 

“People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.”

― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh


jed

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Don't look for any more entries from me. After losing a sizable walleye at the net last week, I'm done. I think I woke up half of Pasco when it popped off and just sat there in the beam of my headlamp :laugh:

Congrats to Casey on the win and to all of the competitors that fished in 2019. Enjoyed fishing with new anglers again this year and look forward to fishing with everyone in 2020.

It was fun fishing for new and different species that I thought required electronics to target. The craziest was night trolling for walleye on the Columbia and not having any idea what the depth was, speed or bottom structure. Hahaha. The funnest was getting hammered by huge Lake trout on the blind. I'm also pretty stoked to have caught 7 of my top 10 fish on ultra light tackle.

Good luck to everyone in 2020 (if there is an AOTY) and I'll see you on the water.


Captain Redbeard

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Good luck to everyone in 2020 (if there is an AOTY) and I'll see you on the water.

There will be AOTY in 2020... details coming!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS3B9O2_r1XAsmlKjQWnF_w/videos
https://www.facebook.com/CaptainRedbeardsAdventures/
https://www.instagram.com/captainredbeardsadventures/

2018 Hobie Revo 13 (slate blue) - his
2014 Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140 (olive) - his
2016 Hobie Outback LE (orange) - hers
2015 Hobie Oasis (red) - ours


Captain Redbeard

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS3B9O2_r1XAsmlKjQWnF_w/videos
https://www.facebook.com/CaptainRedbeardsAdventures/
https://www.instagram.com/captainredbeardsadventures/

2018 Hobie Revo 13 (slate blue) - his
2014 Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140 (olive) - his
2016 Hobie Outback LE (orange) - hers
2015 Hobie Oasis (red) - ours


ballardbrad

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Don't look for any more entries from me. After losing a sizable walleye at the net last week, I'm done. I think I woke up half of Pasco when it popped off and just sat there in the beam of my headlamp :laugh:

Congrats to Casey on the win and to all of the competitors that fished in 2019. Enjoyed fishing with new anglers again this year and look forward to fishing with everyone in 2020.

It was fun fishing for new and different species that I thought required electronics to target. The craziest was night trolling for walleye on the Columbia and not having any idea what the depth was, speed or bottom structure. Hahaha. The funnest was getting hammered by huge Lake trout on the blind. I'm also pretty stoked to have caught 7 of my top 10 fish on ultra light tackle.

Good luck to everyone in 2020 (if there is an AOTY) and I'll see you on the water.
Jed, you never cease to amaze me.  From using 4lb test and no electronics to almost pulling off a win.  Congrats to Casey.  You guys cracked me up with your dedication towards the final stretch. Hopefully you can get out there and enjoy fishing again. :)


jed

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  • Date Registered: May 2014
  • Posts: 611
Don't look for any more entries from me. After losing a sizable walleye at the net last week, I'm done. I think I woke up half of Pasco when it popped off and just sat there in the beam of my headlamp :laugh:

Congrats to Casey on the win and to all of the competitors that fished in 2019. Enjoyed fishing with new anglers again this year and look forward to fishing with everyone in 2020.

It was fun fishing for new and different species that I thought required electronics to target. The craziest was night trolling for walleye on the Columbia and not having any idea what the depth was, speed or bottom structure. Hahaha. The funnest was getting hammered by huge Lake trout on the blind. I'm also pretty stoked to have caught 7 of my top 10 fish on ultra light tackle.

Good luck to everyone in 2020 (if there is an AOTY) and I'll see you on the water.
Jed, you never cease to amaze me.  From using 4lb test and no electronics to almost pulling off a win.  Congrats to Casey.  You guys cracked me up with your dedication towards the final stretch. Hopefully you can get out there and enjoy fishing again. :)
We'll have to plan another trip for this year. Maybe go back down and piss Dean off some more :D


Ling Banger

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Much gratitude to all the sponsors and the competitors that grappled for supremacy and supported Heroes On the Water in the process.

Congrats Casey!




"We're going to go fishing
And that's all there is to it." - R.P. McMurphy


Captain Redbeard

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Alright, the 14th has come and gone. As he has time, bsteves will archive the leaderboard and all of that, and we'll get everything set up for 2020.

THANK YOU to everyone who has already sent me your receipts. I will activate you as soon as we archive 2019! Fish hard, and your entries will be counted as long as they were caught on or after the day you made your donation.

EDIT: Oh yeah, and I'll get to it more later, but CONGRATS TO CASEY ON A WELL-EARNED VICTORY AGAINST EXCELLENT COMPETITION!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS3B9O2_r1XAsmlKjQWnF_w/videos
https://www.facebook.com/CaptainRedbeardsAdventures/
https://www.instagram.com/captainredbeardsadventures/

2018 Hobie Revo 13 (slate blue) - his
2014 Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140 (olive) - his
2016 Hobie Outback LE (orange) - hers
2015 Hobie Oasis (red) - ours




 

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