Fairhope Fishing Team - Pirate Classic


Fairhope Fishing Team - Pirate Classic

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Target Sub-species: 
Bass - Large Mouth Bass
Porgy - Sheepshead
Trout - Speckled Trout
Redfish - Red Drum (Redfish)
Phone:Scott Berry, (251) 610-2998
Mail: fhspiratefish@gmail.com

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Saturday March 11th the Fairhope Fishing Team will host the Annual “Pirate Classic”.

Legal waters are any “public” waters located in Mobile or Baldwin Counties.

Species will be as follows: Bass, Speckled Trout, Sheephead (Pogy), and Redfish.

Tournament rules will be of the IAngler tournament system.

This will be a (CPR) Catch, Photo, and Release tournament.

You may keep all fish within the federal and state bag limits.

Entry Fee will be $30 per student.

Make checks to Fairhope High School

Length of fish will determine winners.

Longest 1 fish of each species will determine individual winner.

1st, 2nd and 3rd places per species.

Longest 1 fish per species combined will determine Master Angler.

Shortest fish will win a prize.

Door Prizes and other opportunities will be available.

Captains Tourney: $10.00 entry and each captain can enter their best fish of the day.

Fairhope Fishing Team - 2017 Sponsors

Series: Fairhope High School Fishing Team

$30 USD
Individual Angler

Any "public" waters in Mobile or Baldwin Counties

Tournament is over

Website: www.fairhopefishteam.wixsite.com/fhsfish


Welcome to iAngler Tournament - Adding Your Photo to the Leaderboard
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Events & Schedule

Tournament Starts - First Safe Light

03/11/2017 06:00 AM

Tournament Ends - No Further Entries Accepted

03/11/2017 03:30 PM

"CPR" Weigh In

03/11/2017 04:30 PM

Sportsman Marine, 24201 US Highway 98, Fairhope, AL 36532



Scott Berry
251 610 2998


Rules and Regulations


Students are trying to catch area fish in the Baldwin and Mobile County public waters.

Students will submit fish based on the iAngler tournament rules for measuring the fish on a trough type fish ruler.

Students may enter as many fish that they catch.



This tournament complies with all Fairhope High School policies. You must have school and parental approval to participate.