2020 NPCF All American Sunshine Fishing Tournament
Jay YoungCommon snook
Cathy paulyLarge Mouth Bass
Dana BlanchetteSmall Mouth Bass
Katie ungerStriped Bass
Tim ThurmanRed Drum (Redfish)
Dani WendtLarge Mouth Bass
Ron LendvayRed Drum (Redfish)
Jimmy WhitleyLarge Mouth Bass
Husdon JohnsonLarge Mouth Bass
William AveryStriped Bass
Peter KellyStriped Bass
Erin McClureLarge Mouth Bass
Billy HuckabyRed Drum (Redfish)
Trey ReevesLarge Mouth Bass
Eric AlbertStriped Bass
Noah ColemanLarge Mouth Bass
Ryan HiseySea Trout
LouAnne BlountLarge Mouth Bass
Alec Ezrre-CastrejonLarge Mouth Bass
Sandy StarkSea Trout
Cam MedfordLarge Mouth Bass
Troy RhodesSea Trout
Henry KirklandSea Trout
Tyler SteubenLarge Mouth Bass
Madelyn CareyCommon snook
Cody BrewerBrown Trout
Jason HiseySea Trout
Nick OdleSummer flounder
Tyler HealeyLarge Mouth Bass
Sam MillerCommon snook
Candy KirklandSea Trout
Matthew PriceSea Trout
Jennifer SchallLarge Mouth Bass
Andrew ImesRed Drum (Redfish)
Madonna CareyCommon snook
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Photo requirement clarifications and updates
Hello NPCF All American Anglers!
Many of you are out on the water and doing fantastic.
We wanted to clarify and update the rules for your photos. Here's some thinks to know:
1. Quarter: Your photo must have a quarter in it. Moving forward, no entries will be accepted without the quarter. IF you are out and lose your quarter, text Brett 561-707-8923, and we can establish a temporary sign just for that day.
2. fish mouths: Must be at the zero, and closed. OPEN MOUTHS WILL BE DOCKED - 1 inch for largemouth bass, .5 inches for all others.
3. Rulers: please use a hard ruler, with clear numbers. Do the best you can. If it is soft, it must be straight, or it will be docked points. Ruler must be under fish.
4. Photo must be taken at middle of fish, not by tail. Tail-leading photos will be docked up to 5 points.
5. no hands or anything else under the fish
So far, you've been doing GREAT. This is just to help clarify based on questions and comments, so we're all on the same page.
Ultimately, the tournament committee has the final decision if you want to challenge a pic.
Please contact Brett directly if you have tech problems at 561 707 8923
Good luck, have fun, and stay safe!
Team 2020 NPCF All American Sunshine Fishing Tournament
Photo requirement clarifications and updates
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Events & Schedule
04/15/2020 07:00 AM
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Rules & FAQ’s
What are the Tournament Rules?
You may drop your line in from any location at 7:00 am eastern time beginning on Saturday, April 15th, 2020.
The tournament ends promptly at 12:00 pm eastern time on Wednesday, September 30th, 2020.
You may fish from the shore, docks, seawalls, boats, bridges, rivers, streams, etc.
All catches must be uploaded in the iAngler Tournament app by 12:00 pm eastern on Saturday, September 30th, 2020.
Winners will be determined by the following criteria:
Total inches of the largest of the eligible species caught, 1st through 3rd per species. (e.g., the longest bass wins first place, the second longest wins second, etc.)
In case of a tie, the earliest fish logged will win
The Judge’s count is final
An angler may win ONE place per fish category. If a single angler is leading in more than one, they will win the higher place, and the lower place will move to the next eligible angler. (For example, if you have the first and second place bass, you'll win first place only. The second place will go to the 3rd place fish, and the 3rd will go to next eligible fish.).
An angler CAN win more than one category. For example, you can win 1st place bass AND 3rd place bluegill.
How do I Submit my Fish?
Download and use the iAngler Tournament app will be used to score the All American Sunshine Fishing Tournament. When measuring your fish, place a quarter on at the beginning of the ruler to verify ruler used.
What Species are Eligible?
Red Drum (Redfish)
What are the Awards?
***Awards total $10,000 in prize money***
1st Place: $500 (Per Species)
2nd Place: $300 (Per Species)
3rd Place: $200 (Per Species)
What is the Tournament Timeline?
Open now through September 30th, 2020
Start fishing at 7:00 am (eastern) on Saturday, April 15th, 2020 and end fishing on Saturday, September 30th, 2020 at 12:00 pm (eastern)
The image must contain a US quarter at the base of the ruler
Place live, ‘just caught’ fish on measuring device that has readable numbers, and measures in inches
Nose of fish goes at zero (0)
Report length to nearest .25 inch, from the nose to tip of the tail
The image must show the entire fish
Absolutely no hands under fish (no lifting)
Photo must be taken from directly above the fish, not behind the tail
Yes! While fishing in other tournaments, you may also enter the same fish via the iAngler Tournament app for the All-American Fishing Tournament!
Winning anglers are subject to a polygraph at tournament directors’ discretion
You can upload a maximum of 10 entries per species per day
The ceremony will be broadcasted on Facebook Live