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Topic: Brownlee Crappie Shootout 7  (Read 11648 times)

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jed

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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

You will be registered when entry fee is paid or other arrangement is made

If you send entry fee through Paypal please use the friends and family option so I don't have to file any tax paperwork

Please let me know what size shirt you would like in the memo section if using Paypal

Paypal is jaredkrivera@yahoo.com

Waivers will be available down at the camp ground, at the captains meeting on Friday, or from me on Saturday morning if you get in late


General Information:
Date:   May 21, 2022
Event time:   Sunrise to 3:00 PM
                    (No fish submissions will be allowed after 3:00 pm)
Event Boundaries:   Brownlee and Reservoir
Richland, Oregon
Entry Fee:  $40.00
Email: www.jaredkrivera@yahoo.com


Mandatory Gear Requirement:
PFD Competitors MUST Wear a Coast Guard Approved PFD while on water
Sound Device a whistle at minimum
Safety Flag must be flown during contest
Immersion Gear must be appropriate for water/weather conditions
All participants MUST be able to Self Rescue


-EVENT RULES-
All Competitors Must:
- Check In After Fishing
          If you do not check in, we will assume you are lost and take appropriate action.
          All competitors are liable for any fees incurred during their search and rescue
- Propel Their Craft Through HUMAN POWER To And From Fishing Areas While On The Water. No mothership or motorized allowed
- Stay Within The Boundaries Of The Contest
- Carry A Valid Fishing License For Area Fished
- Carry a valid Aquatic Invasive Species Permit for kayaks over 10 ft
- Adhere to all DFW fishing rules appropriate to the area fished
- Only fish pix with the event identifier clearly displayed will be accepted
- Submit A Completed And Signed BCS Event Waiver Prior To Fishing- email or bring to park HQ
- Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult/guardian on the water. Contact BCS/Jed if you have any questions or situations

- "Participants must be able to safely reenter/remount their craft if it overturns, taking into
consideration the potential added difficulty associated with various fishing equipment on or
attached."

Minor anglers:

Minors under 18 must have a parent or guardian supervising while on the water if they would like to fish the tournament. The parent/guardian does not have to be entered in the event, just be out on the water supervising the minor angler. I will have a waiver for everyone to sign at the captains meeting on Friday or Saturday morning.


Scoring Rules:
ELIGIBLE SPECIES: Crappie, Pan-Fish, Perch, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Catfish and Trout

* There will be 25 bonus points for carp and pike minnows. Must contain identifier somewhere in the pix.

Rank Will Be Determined By Total Points Per Inch Score Similar to the NWKA Angler of the Year scoring system
- Only Pictures Of Entries With a Current BCS Identifier Clearly Visible Will Be Counted Toward Competitors Scores
- Event Identifiers To Be Issued At The Captains Mtg. On Friday (Contact Jed for alternate arrangements if necessary)
- Measuring Boards Are Preferred But Alternate Measurement Devices That Clearly Show Length May Be Permitted
- Only one fish of each species will be counted
- Fish Mouths Must Be Closed In Submitted Pictures
     Open Mouth Fish Pictures May Be Docked At The Discretion Of Contest Staff


Exception:
- There Will Be No Minimum Size For Bass Entry. You will get points for any length bass, even though the regulations have a min length for retention.

Points Per Inch By Species
Crappie                                   28
Other Pan-fish                         14
Perch                                      13.5
Small Mouth Bass                    10
Large Mouth Bass                    9.5
Trout                                       8
Catfish                                    6.5

Bonus:
Carp and pike minnow any size w/identifier     25

Net Proceeds To Benefit C.A.S.A of Eastern Oregon (Court Appointed Special Advocates).

Registration will be when entry fee is received.

This is a non motorized event

There may be a cap on the number of competitors this year. An update or announcement will be made if we get close to that number.

This may be paid through paypal, check or in person

I will try to have a paypal button up at some point or reach out to me at jedmonkee@yahoo.com the Brownlee Crappie Shootout FB page or phone (808) 348-1762.

Captains Meeting:     

Friday May 20, 2022 at 7:00PM Hewitt park

Award Ceremony:     

Saturday May 21, 2022 at 3:30PM-ish

Accommodations:

Rv/Camping:

Hewitt/Holcomb park (541) 893-6147

Eagle Valley RV (54) 893-6161

If you want to stay at a motel you can try the Hitching Post Motel 541-893-6176
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 07:22:12 AM by jed »


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UG. I don't know that I will be making it. The 19th is our 20 year together anniversary. I am not a very romantic sort of a person, but even I can realize taking a road trip to Richland probably isn't very romantic. At least in some people's eyes.
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UG. I don't know that I will be making it. The 19th is our 20 year together anniversary. I am not a very romantic sort of a person, but even I can realize taking a road trip to Richland probably isn't very romantic. At least in some people's eyes.

It doesnít get much more romantic than the Brownlee Crappie Shootout.  Bring an extra kayak for her to fish with you, have a tent spot with a lake view and a fire. Maybe an evening walk along the lake to the gazebo.  Itís all in how it is sold to her.
« Last Edit: January 28, 2022, 06:52:23 AM by Nobaddays »
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UG. I don't know that I will be making it. The 19th is our 20 year together anniversary. I am not a very romantic sort of a person, but even I can realize taking a road trip to Richland probably isn't very romantic. At least in some people's eyes.

It doesnít get much more romantic than the Brownlee Crappie Shootout.  Bring an extra kayak for her to fish with you, have a tent spot with a lake view and a fire. Maybe an evening walk along the lake to the gazebo.  Itís all in how it is sold to her.
This must work on Swede :laugh:


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This must work on Swede :laugh:

Snap!  You've been feisty the last couple days. ;D

Looking forward to BCS 7.


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Count me in this year! New job, set schedule letís me plan way in advance now! Lol
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<sigh> Right before my kids' graduation, can't do it. It's never going to work out for me.  :crybaby2:


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Stealth Rod Holders will be donating a couple QR Holders to the Brownlee Crappie Shootout this year. Stealth Holders are easy to use and super strong. They feature a Cam Locking system to hold your rod in place to prevent your rod from spinning and keep it securely in your kayak. It also allows for easy hook setting with a single lift and set motion. This holder will work for all types of fishing from trolling to still fishing. Find them online at www.stealthrodholders.com/ or at an increasing amount of local shops. Thanks for the support Cari and Jason!


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SKWOOSH sent two kayak cushion pads for the prize table. I have been using these for several years and find my self taking them along even on non kayak trips. The family likes them for bleacher seats at games to add comfort as well as a barrier for wet seats. They are foldable and compact and will easily fit into a bag or backpack for easy transport. Find them online at www.skwoosh.com/ Thank you Katie.


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Bob's Jigs sent a pile of samples for participants to try out. Bob makes all of the latest crappie soft plastic styles and continues to add to his shop. His baits are always top quality and reasonably priced. He can do custom baits as well. Shop Bob's at www.bobsjigs.com/ Thanks again for the support Bob.


 

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