2023 NCLA - Fish Like A Girl Tournament

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2023 NCLA - Fish Like A Girl Tournament

Thursday, September 7, 2023 to Thursday, November 30, 2023
 | Fishing Tournament
Conservation
Redfish
Spotted Sea Trout
Snook
 
Redfish
Spotted Sea Trout
Snook
Phone:

Lori Davis
352-348-0743

Rita Ranize
352-459-2553


Email:

Lori Davis
gldavis352@gmail.com

Rita Ranize
mamaredo237@gmail.com




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2023 NCLA - Fish Like A Girl Tournament

6th Annual Lady Angler Fishing Competition
85 Days of Fishing!!

The Nature Coast Lady Anglers, hereinafter known as NCLA, is the host of the 6th Annual Fish Like A Girl Tournament. Net profit from this event will be used to support charitable endeavors in the Nature Coast area. NCLA reserves the right to amend these rules or make exceptions at any time.

The intent of this tournament is to catch, photograph and release fish caught during official tournament hours. NCLA supports marine life conservation efforts and hopes that you will release all captured fish and other marine life. If you keep all or a portion of your catch you will not be disqualified from the tournament but please understand it is your responsibility to abide by all current State of Florida fishing rules and regulations including but not limited to species, size, slot, limits, etc. NCLA assumes no responsibility for your failure to do so. One of the advantages of a photo tournament is that you can win with fish outside any slot limits for their species which you could not legally land for a physical weigh-in.

Participation is open to all NCLA members and or Lady Anglers. Participants must have a current Florida Fishing License as required by state law.

Thursday, September 7, 2023 @ Sunrise

Ends: Thursday, November 30, 2023 @ Sunset

Winners will be determined by a random drawing (Not the Biggest Fish)
(See Tournament Rules for more Information)





Series: Nature Coast Lady Anglers

$50 USD
Individual Angler


You can participate from any public location. Please check the event guidelines.


Tournament is over

Website: www.naturecoastladyanglers.com


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Events & Schedule

Captain's Meeting

09/06/2023 06:00 PM

Cedar River in Crystal River

Tournament will begin at sunrise

09/07/2023 06:00 AM

Tournament ends at sunset

11/30/2023 07:00 PM

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Rita Ranize
Director
352-636-3679
Lori Davis
Director

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Rules and RegulationsClick to Read

  

2023 NCLA FLAG TOURNAMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS

TOURNAMENT HOST: The Nature Coast Lady Anglers, hereinafter known as NCLA, is the host of the 6th Annual Fish Like A Girl Tournament. Net profit from this event will be used to support charitable endeavors in the Nature Coast area. NCLA reserves the right to amend these rules or make exceptions at any time.

TOURNAMENT DESCRIPTION: The intent of this tournament is to catch, photograph and release fish caught during official tournament hours. NCLA supports marine life conservation efforts and hopes that you will release all captured fish and other marine life. If you keep all or a portion of your catch you will not be disqualified from the tournament but please understand it is your responsibility to abide by all current State of Florida fishing rules and regulations including but not limited to species, size, slot, limits, etc. NCLA assumes no responsibility for your failure to do so. One of the advantages of a photo tournament is that you can win with fish outside any slot limits for their species which you could not legally land for a physical weigh-in.

PARTICIPATION AND ELIGIBILITY: Participation is open to all NCLA members and or Lady Anglers. Participants must have a current Florida Fishing License as required by state law.

REGISTRATION & FEES: Registration will remain open throughout the month of September 2023. Each participant must register and pay for the tournament the required fee of $50.00 (Fifty dollars).
The entry fee is due when the tournament application is submitted.

CAPTAINS MEETING:

  • WHEN - Wednesday, September 6, 2023 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
  • WHERE - Backwater Fins - 13982 W. Ozello Trail., Crystal River FL 34429
  • Attendance at the Captains' Meeting is not Mandatory.

LEGAL FISHING METHODS: All fish entered into competition for prizes, must been caught and landed by the registered participant. All fish entered into competition for prizes must have been hooked and caught by the contestant on rod, reel, hook and line. Live bait, frozen bait and all artificial lures will be allowed. Only standard conventional, spin, or fly tackle may be used. Fishing is permitted from a boat, kayak and also from docks, piers, seawalls, shorelines as is wade fishing.

Tournament Boundaries: FLAG boundaries are the territorial waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean and Florida Bays for the State of Florida.

MEASURING METHODS AND FISH ENTRY: ALL entries must be electronically submitted by using the tournament protocols, either by a direct upload using the I Angler Tournament official smart phone application or by using the Nature Coast Lady Anglers website and accessing the 2023 FLAG Tournament Link within 24 hours of each catch. Each entry must include a digital photograph of the fish with the 2023 FLAG Token clearly visible on a measuring device that will photograph clearly and show
measurements.

Electronic submission of all tournament entries must also include the tournament Division-Species (Redfish, Spotted Trout, Snook or Conservation) Length, Time, Date, Name of Angler. All fish entered shall be photographed and entered only once and only one fish per participant, per species, per day may be entered in the tournament, except for the Conservation Division.

Redfish, Spotted Trout and Snook Division: All fish have to meet minimum size requirements to qualify for entry in their divisions, using the FWC prescribed measurement required for each species. Winners of the Redfish, Spotted Trout and Snook Divisions will be determined by a drawing.

Conservation Division: Any species of fish of any length caught by FLAG participants are eligible for entry in this division. Entries must follow the measuring and fish entry requirements and are also only to be photographed and entered only once and only one fish per participant, per species, per day. Fish entered in other divisions are not eligible for entry in the Conservation Division. Winners of the Conservation Division will be determined by a drawing.

TOURNAMENT TOKENS: All participants will be provided with a Tournament Token at the Captains Meeting or by E-mail where a Token can be copied and used.

The official 2023 FLAG Token will be available and can be obtained at:

  • Captain's Meeting - September 6, 2023 at 6:00 - 7:00 PM at Backwater Fins, 13982 W. Ozello
  • Trail, Crystal River, FL 34429 6:00 to 8:00 PM
  • Hook-Line & Sinker Bait & Tackle - 144 Hwy 40 W, Inglis, FL 34449
  • Ms Fins Oar House Marina & Bait Shop, 2130 S. Waterman Dr. Crystal River, FL 34429 (Ozello)

Or contact:

If an angler is registered and unable to pick up a Token, they should contact Rita Ranize or Lori Davis and a 2023 Token can be emailed and then copied for use immediately.

PHOTOS - GENERAL: The whole fish and the Tournament Token must be clearly visible in each photograph of entry. Printed photographs will not be accepted. No altered photos may be entered.
Signing the tournament application grants full permission to NCLA and any and all sponsors of this event or their representatives to use any photograph, video, or any other records of this event for any purpose whatsoever.

SCORING: Winners of all Divisions will be determined by a random drawing and Prizes Awards will be determined by the number of participants.

AWARDS AND PRIZES: Fishing awards will be given out:

WHEN: TBD (Annual Christmas Party)

WHERE: TBD

Contact Information: Rita Ranize: 352-459-2553 - mamared0237@gmail.com
Lori Davis: 352-348-0743 - gldavis352@gmail.com

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RELEASE, HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNITY:

ALL FLAG ENTRANTS PARTICIPATE AT THEIR OWN RISK. PARTICIPANTS RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE INHERENT RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SPORT OF FISHING INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO DANGEROUS WEATHER CONDITIONS; WATER CONDITIONS; TRAILERING, OPERATING, MAINTAINING, DOCKING OR OTHERWISE HANDLING BOATS; EQUIPMENT SUCH AS KNIVES, HOOKS, CLUBS, GAFFS, ANCHORS, LINES; HANDLING FISH AND THE INHERENT DANGERS OF BEING IN THE WILD OUTDOORS SUCH AS DANGEROUS ANIMALS, FISH, STRUCTURE OR OTHER FISHERMEN. IN CONSIDERATION FOR BEING ALLOWED TO ENTER THE FLAG TOURNAMENT, EACH PERSON AGREES AND CONTRACTS TO RELEASE, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS NATURE COAST LADY ANGLERS, ITS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, REPRESENTATIVES, THE FLAG TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR AND ALL COMMITTEE PERSONS, THE TOURNAMENT SPONSORS AND VERIFICATION STATION OWNERS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES AND REPRESEN- TATIVES FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY, CLAIMS OR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY MANNER WHATSOEVER CONNECTED WITH THE TOURNAMENT INCLUDING ITS PLANNING, OPERATION OR CONDUCT AND INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CLAIMS FOR PERSONAL INJURY, WRONGFUL DEATH, SURVIVAL DAMAGES, ECONOMIC LOSS, PROPERTY DAMAGES OR CLAIMS RELATING IN ANY WAY TO THE TOURNAMENT. IT IS THE EXPRESS INTENTION OF THIS AGREEMENT THAT EACH ENTRANT IS INDEMNIFYING EACH OF THE FOREGOING RELEASED AND INDEMNIFIED PARTIES FROM THE CONSEQUENCES OF THEIR OWN NEGLIGENT CONDUCT, WHETHER SOLE NEGLIGENCE OR CONTRIBUTING NEGLIGENCE, GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OUTRAGEOUS MISCONDUCT, STRICT LIABILITY, COMMISSION OF TORT, BREACH OF CONTRACT, AND BREACH OF WARRANTY. THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN OF ANY MINOR ENTERING IN, REGISTERING FOR OR FISHING IN THE TOURNAMENT DOES FURTHER CONTRACT AND AGREE THAT THIS RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT SHALL BE BINDING UPON ANY MINOR ENTERING THE TOURNAMENT.