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  • Fri
    16
    Feb
    2018
    Sun
    18
    Feb
    2018
    6:00 pmAll Salt/Brackish water inside Alabama borders is eligible to be fished

    Welcome to the Inaugural MBKFA 2018 Winter Speck-tackular Sponsored by Sun-Belt Insurance Underwriters

    This is a CPR (Catch, Photo, Release) tournament for MBKFA members ONLY! The tournament will run from 6:00pm February 16, 2018 – 3:00pm February 18, 2018. The goal is to put together a 3-fish stringer of the Largest Speckled Trout you can.

    This tournament will pay out the top three spots, with a guaranteed payout of 1st place-$100, 2nd place-$60 and 3rd place-$40. The cost to get you into this tournament is $20 plus a $1 processing fee. Plus, the more anglers participating, the higher the payouts.

    Here are the rules for the MBKFA 2018 Winter Speck-tacular.

    1) You must be a current MBKFA member. If you are a new member, you must have your dues paid by February 15, 2018 at 6pm to participate. Sign up for this tournament will cease at 12pm February 15, 2018.

    2) This is a CPR tournament (Catch, Photo, Release) It will require you to have a printed token visible in the Fish Picture. Token will be released on Friday February 16th @ 3:00 pm. Token will be visible on the MBKFA Forum in the Records forum on the members side. It will be posted in the MBKFA 2018 Winter Speck-tacular Rules and Registration thread. It will also be posted on MBKFA Brag Board on Facebook. You must print it off and have it with you. It must be clearly visible in the fish picture. You can start fishing once you've acquired your token.

    3) Measuring devises. Much like our AOY tournament, you must have a hard bump board with a 90-degree bump, with clearly marked lines. No collapsible boards allowed. No sticker type boards allowed. WE HIGHLY encourage the use of our official MBKFA Hawg trough bump board or one similar. Fish will be scored by the last line that the tail crosses.

    4) Fish measuring. This is a Speckled Trout tournament. All fish must be measured in the same manner. *Fish will be laid on the bump board with head to the left, belly towards the angler, Mouths CLOSED* Fish that are not measured in this manner will be disqualified. Fish can be measured as they lay. You do not have to pinch the tail. We have a minimum length of 8" and a max length of 30" Any fish that measures over 30" will be given maximum points, if the fish is measured correctly.

    5) Boundaries. All Salt/Brackish water inside Alabama borders is eligible to be fished.

    6) All fish must be caught from a launched kayak. No Wade Fishing. Fish must be measured on the kayak.

    7) Fish must be caught by hook and line. You can use artificial or live bait for this tournament.

    8) No mothershipping allowed.

    9) Picture posting. Pics will need to be posted in the MBKFA 2018 Winter Speck-tacular Tournament Pic Thread in the records forum on the members side of MBKFA.com. MBKFA encourages you to use the Tapatalk app on your smart phone to post pics. Pics can be submitted on the computer at your convenience. However, scoring will be by the time the pics are posted on the thread. In the event of a tie, the angler submitting the winning fish first will be declared the winner. You have until 3pm Sunday February 18, 2018 to have your pics posted. Thread will be locked promptly at 3 pm. Fish Judging will be conducted by the MBKFA officers. Post as many pics as you like. If you are not sure about your pic, we suggest you post multiple pics. We will take your 3 best fish. Post as many trout pics as you want. We'll take care of the rest.

    10) All final decisions will be left up to the MBKFA 2018 Officers. Larry Warford Jersey

  • Fri
    02
    Mar
    2018
    Sun
    04
    Mar
    2018
  • Sat
    17
    Mar
    2018
    5 Rivers Delta Center
  • Sat
    05
    May
    2018
    Safe Light - 2:00pmJeff Friend Trail Kayak Launch - Little Lagoon, Gulf Shores, AL
  • Sat
    19
    May
    2018
    5:00 amDelta Port Marina - West Fowl River

     

    Tournament Registration
    https://mbkfa.wufoo.com/forms/12th-annu ... ournament/

    Junior Angler Registration
    https://mbkfa.wufoo.com/forms/12th-annu ... iver-copy/

    Mobile Bay Kayak Fishing Association
    12th Annual Bagwell Kayak Fishing Tournament Rules
    (May 19, 2018)

    1. Participation and Eligibility.

    Participation is open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Minors 14-17 are eligible to participate with a parent or legal guardian signature on the release form. Any angler 13 years or younger are eligible to participate in the junior angler category and must have a parent/guardian complete a junior angler waiver. All completed entry forms, waivers, and entry fees must be received no later than the published registration deadline. All participants represent that they are physically fit and mentally competent and able to participate. By entering, all participants agree to assume all risks of personal injury, death, and damage to or loss of property and further agree to indemnify and hold MBKFA, its officers, members, agents, and sponsors harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, and causes of action resulting directly or indirectly from participation.

    2. Registration and Captains Meeting.

    The Captains Meeting will be held at Academy Sporting and Outdoors on Montlimar Dr. on Friday, May 18, 2018 at 6:30pm. Attendance to the Captains Meeting is NOT MANDATORY, but all efforts should be made to inform an officer or director of your inability to make the meeting. Registration will open Monday, April 16, 2018. Registration fee is $50.00 for 14 years old and up and $10.00 for Junior Angler Division(Up to 13 years old).  Online registration will remain open until Thursday, May 18, 2018 at 5:00pm.  Beginning Monday, May 14, 2018, a $10 late fee will be added to the registration fee.  Registrations will be accepted at the captain's meeting until 6:30pm.

    3. Safety.

    Safe boating must be observed at all times. During competition each contestant is required to comply with US Coast Guard and Alabama State Regulations including the possession of a PFD and sounding device. If you find yourself in an emergency situation, please call 911 or channel 16 on a VHF radio. If you plan to launch your vessel before sunrise or low visibility situations, you will be required to have a white light producing device capable of producing a visual signal to avoid collision with other vessels as defined by USCG regulations.

    4. Weigh In.

    The weigh in station will be located at Delta Port Marina on West Fowl River (5080 Green Dr, Coden, AL) and will be operational between the hours of 4pm to 5pm on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Any anglers in line at the weigh in station at Delta Port Marina at the 5pm cut off time will be allowed to weigh in their catch. If an angler arrives after the 5:00 pm deadline, the catch will not qualify. There will be no exceptions to the rule. Official time will be kept by the Tournament Director and/or Weigh master at the weigh in station. Anglers are strongly urged not to wait until the last minute to submit their catch for weigh in.

    All competitors must check in with legal fish (Alabama Fish and Game Regulations) to be eligible for fishing prizes. All fish submitted for weigh in must be fresh and caught that tournament day. The weigh masters will make decisions on accepting fish for weigh in. Their decision is final. Any attempt to enter fraudulent catch, tamper with catch, or to hamper or threaten any official of the tournament will result in immediate disqualification and shall receive a lifetime ban from MBKFA tournaments. Only authorized persons will be allowed in the stations. Fish will be weighed in the order in which they are checked in. You may wish to provide ice and a cooler to keep your fish fresh. All weighed fish will be notched to indicate the fish has been processed at the weigh in station. The largest fish will be determined by weight. In the event of a tie, the first fish entered will be considered the winner, and the other will be dropped to the next position.

    NOTE: No one besides the Director and/or Weigh Master will be allowed behind the weigh in table area. No sponsor or fishing participant shall touch fish once it is handed over to Weigh Master.

    Violation to this rule will disqualify the fish from entering in the contest.

    5. Communications.

    The use of mobile communications (cell, FM, VHF) is allowed and encouraged. Due to the lack of radio devices, the primary mode of mobile communications will be cell phones. The command post will be located at the Delta Port Marina.
    Command Post telephone numbers will be issued at the Captain's Meeting.

    6. Sportsmanship.

    All contestants are required to follow high standards of sportsmanship, courtesy, and conservation. Any use of drugs, participation in criminal activities, or other conduct reflecting unfavorably upon our efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition, and/or compliance with tournament rules are grounds for immediate disqualification and return of any prizes awarded.

    7. Permitted Fishing Methods.

    All fish must be caught via hook and line. The selection of baits is up to the discretion of the participant. All fish must be caught from the kayak, canoe or other paddle craft. No wade fishing or shore fishing is permitted unless the kayak is tethered to the angler. For the purposes of eligibility in this tournament, no angler is allowed lines in the water prior to 5:00 a.m. on May 19, 2018

    8. No Motors.

    The use of a boat or motorized water vehicle to transport your boat on the water (mothership) is prohibited. All craft must be powered by human effort. No motorization or engines are allowed. Canoes and paddle vessels other than kayaks are permitted. Consideration will be given to special needs, disabled, or handicap participants who apply for such consideration prior to the event.

    9. Fishing Locations.

    The fishing area will be Anglers choice within an East to West boundary. The Eastern boundary is the Florida State Line with the Western boundary being the Mississippi State Line. The Northern boundary is open to the Alabama state line. Fish may only be taken from PUBLIC ACCESSIBLE LOCATIONS, NO PRIVATE PONDS.

    10. Other.

    During competition contestants may not obtain or receive assistance including but not limited to following a non-competitor's boat, the placing of markers by a non-competitor, being towed or riding motorized vessels, or receiving electronic, voice, or data communications from non-competitors.
    All USCG and Alabama Fish and Game regulations are in effect at all times.

    11. Scoring.

    Fish must be compliant with the Alabama Fish and Game Commission regulations to count.
    In the event of a tie the entry checked in earliest will be declared the winner. The tournament director is responsible for the final call in all matters. All fish must be caught using hook and line method.

    12. Tandems/Sharing.

    It is permissible for more than 1 entrant to share the same paddle vessel.
    However, each paddler/angler must be a registered participant.

    13. Protest.

    All protest must be made in writing and delivered to a tournament official within 30 minutes of the check in time. The tournament director is the final authority in all considerations.

    14. Release of Liability and Covenant Not to Sue.

    A waiver, release of liability, and covenant not to sue are part of the entry form. It is required that all contestants take responsibility for themselves while participating in event activities.

    15. Rule Changes.

    Rules interpretation is exclusively left to the Tournament Director. The decisions of the Tournament Director are final in all matters and are not subject to appeal.

    16. Prize Structure for the 12th Annual Bagwell Fall Kayak Fishing Tournament on May 19, 2018.

    The following categories are available for prizes;
    Alabama Slam: includes 1 slot redfish, 1 speckled trout and 1 flounder. Fish used to create the slam which place in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of the Slam Category will not be eligible for individual category places. All other fish entered in the Alabama Slam Category by any registered fisherman, which is not used in a winning slam (1st-3rd), can be entered into the individual categories for consideration.

    Tournament Prize Categories:

    Alabama Slam (1 slot red,1 Speckled Trout, and 1 Flounder)
    1st Place
    2nd Place
    3rd Place

    Redfish
    1st Place
    2nd Place
    3rd Place

    Speckled Trout
    1st Place
    2nd Place
    3rd Place

    Flounder
    1st Place
    2nd Place
    3rd Place

    Junior Angler
    (3 fish stringer, trout, flounder, redfish, white trout, only one redfish allowed)
    1st Place
    2nd Place

    Leopard Redfish
    1st Place

    Flounder Jackpot!

    To be eligible for the flounder jackpot, you must purchase the flounder jackpot ticket. Tickets will be available on the sign-up registration or can be purchased before Capt. Meeting at Academy Sports Outdoors. You must be on the list as a participant in the jackpot to win. Heaviest flounder weighed from Jackpot participants will be considered the winner. Winner will collect all money paid into Jackpot. 100% payout!

    SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT REDFISH:
    All Redfish submitted for entry into the tournament will be measured to ensure compliance with the Alabama Game and Fish Commission Rules and Regulations for “Slot” size. Alabama Slot is 16” to 26”.
    All Redfish submitted will be measured by “Pinched Tail” method. If tail touches the 26’ line on our board the fish will be disqualified.

    Send questions to tournaments@mbkfa.com or Directors/Officers

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  • Sat
    09
    Jun
    2018
    5:00am-12:00pmCadillac Square, Dauphin Island
  • Fri
    06
    Jul
    2018
    Sun
    08
    Jul
    2018
    3:00 pmAlabama Waters Only

    Welcome to the 3rd Annual MBKFA Slammageddon CPR Tournament.
    This tournament is for MBKFA members ONLY! The challenge, put together the biggest slam you can in 48 hours….

    The inshore slam is one of the most coveted of all inshore fishing experiences. It’s a feat that is illusive to some, and eagerly anticipated by others. There is such a sense of accomplishment when you do pull it off.

    Each and every MBKFA Member has the opportunity to reach the pinnacle of prestige among your fellow yak fishermen. Join us and seek to be crowned Grand Master Slam Club Champion.  A second place and third place Slam Master will also be awarded. Pay out is 50/30/20 split.  Total cost to get you into this tournament is $26.

    Here are the rules for 2018 Slammageddon

    1) You must be a current MBKFA member. If you are a new member, you must have your dues paid by July 4, 2018 at 6pm to participate.

    Sign up for this tournament will cease at 12pm July 6, 2018

    2) This is a CPR tournament (Catch, Photo, Release) It will require you to have a printed token visible in the Fish Picture. Token will be released on Friday July 6 @ 3:00 pm. Token will be visible on the MBKFA Forum in the Records forum on the members side. It will be posted in the Slammageddon Rules and Registration thread. It will also be posted on MBKFA Brag Board on Facebook. You must print it off and have it with you. It has to be clearly visible in the fish picture. You can start fishing once you've acquired your token. THERE WILL ALSO BE A CODE ISSUED with instructions FOR THOSE OF YOU WITHOUT ACCESS TO A PRINTER
    3) Measuring devises. Much like our AOY tournament, you must have a hard bump board with a 90 degree bump, with clearly marked lines. No collapsible boards allowed. No sticker type boards allowed. WE HIGHLY encourage the use of our official MBKFA Hawg trough bump board or one similar. Fish will be scored by the last line that the tail crosses.
    4) Fish measuring. This is a slam Tournament, covering an Alabama Inshore Slam. Red fish, Speckled Trout, Flounder. All fish must be measured in the same manner. *Fish will be laid on the bump board with head to the left, belly towards the angler, Mouths CLOSED*.  Fish that are not measured in this manner will be but a penalty of 2” will be applied to the fish being submitted. Fish can be measured as they lay. You do not have to pinch the tail. We have a minimum length of 8" and a max length of 30" Any fish that measures over 30" will be given maximum points, as long as the fish is measured correctly.
    5) Boundaries. All Saltwater in any of the continental U.S. is eligible to be fished.
    6) All fish must be caught from a launched kayak. No Wade Fishing. Fish must be measured on the kayak.
    7) Fish must be caught by hook and line. You can use artificial or live bait for this tournament.
    8) No mothershipping allowed.
    9) Picture posting. Pics will need to be posted in the Slammageddon 2018 Tournament Pic Thread in the records forum on the members side of MBKFA.com. MBKFA encourages you to use the Tapatalk app on your smart phone to post pics. Pics can be submitted on the computer at your convenience. However, scoring will be by the time the pics are posted on the thread. You have until 3pm Sunday July 8th, 2018 to have your pics posted. Thread will be locked promptly at 3 pm. Fish Judging will be conducted by the 4 MBKFA officers, Cody Dodrill, Nathan Rich, Robert Frush and Chris Tregre. Post as many pics as you like. If you are not sure about your pic, we suggest you post multiple pics. We will take your 3 best fish. One each of Redfish, Flounder, and Speckled Trout. Post as many fish as you want. We'll take care of the rest.
    10) All final decisions will left up to the MBKFA 2018 Officers.

    Sign up link can be found here

    https://mbkfa.wufoo.com/forms/2018-mbkfa-slammageddon-tournament/ Tim Howard Womens Jersey

  • Sat
    11
    Aug
    2018
    5:00 am - 1:00 pm5 Rivers Delta Resource Center, Spanish Fort
  • Sat
    08
    Sep
    2018
    5:00 am-2:00pm5 Rivers Delta Resource Center, Spanish Fort Alabama
  • Fri
    26
    Oct
    2018
    6:20 pmBass Pro Shop Spanish Fort, AL

  • Sat
    27
    Oct
    2018
    5:00 am - 5:00 pmBlueGill Restaurant 3775 Battleship Pkwy, Spanish Fort, AL

    Mobile Bay Kayak Fishing Association
    12th Annual 5 Rivers Kayak Fishing Tournament Rules

    1. Participation and Eligibility. Participation is open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Minors are eligible to participate with a parent or legal guardian signature on the release form. A completed entry form, waiver, and entry fee must be received no later than the published entry date. All participants represent that they are physically and mentally competent and fit and able to participate. By entering, all participants agree to assume all risks of personal injury, death, and damage to or loss of property and further agree to indemnify and hold MBKFA, its officers, members, agents, and sponsors harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, and causes of action resulting directly or indirectly from participation.

    2. Pre-Registration And Captains Meeting. Early Registration will be open October 1, 2018 through October 15, 2018. The early registration fee for this event is set at $50.00. In order to guarantee a captain’s bag and shirt you must complete registration by October 15, 2018. Beginning October 16, 2018 through the Captains Meeting on October 26, 2018 at 6:30pm, the late registration fee will be $60.00. Tournament fees will be accepted via PayPal on online registration form. Attendance to the Captains Meeting is NOT MANDATORY for participants. If a contestant is unable to attend the Captains Meeting, they must be pre-register and complete a wavier prior to being allowed to participate in the tournament. The Captains Meeting will be held at Bass Pro Shops in Spanish Fort at 6:30pm.

    3. Safety. Safe boating must be observed at all times. During competition each contestant is required to comply with US Coast Guard and Alabama State Regulations including the possession of a PFD and sounding device. If you find yourself in an emergency situation please call 911 or channel 16 on a VHF radio. If you plan to launch your vessel before sunrise or low visibility situations, you will be required to have a white light producing device capable of producing a 360 degree visual signal to avoid collision with other vessels as defined by USCG regulations, however no line shall be in the water until 6am.

    4. Lines in the water at 5:00AM. You are permitted to paddle/pedal to your destination prior to 5:00AM, but do so at your own risk. It is advised to use a light on your kayak and/or follow your local laws in regards of paddling/pedaling prior to sunrise.

    5. Weigh In. The weigh in station will be operational between the hours of 4:00pm to 5:00pm on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Any anglers in line at the weigh-in station at The Bluegill in Spanish Fort, AL at the 5:00pm cutoff time will be allowed to weigh in their catch. If an angler arrives after the 5:00 pm deadline, the catch will not qualify. There will be no exceptions to the rule. Official time will be kept by the Tournament Director and/or Weigh master at the weigh-in station. Anglers are strongly urged not to wait until the last minute to submit their catch for weigh-in.
    ***ALL COMPETITORS MUST WEIGH IN THEIR OWN CATCH***
    All competitors must check in with legal fish (Alabama Fish and Game Regulations) to be eligible for tournament prizes. All fish submitted for weigh-in must be fresh and caught the day of the tournament. The weigh master(s) will make decisions on accepting fish for weigh-in, their decision is final. Any attempt to enter fraudulent catch, tamper with catch, or to hamper or threaten any official of the tournament will result in immediate disqualification and shall receive a lifetime ban from all MBKFA tournaments/events. Only authorized persons will be allowed in the stations. Fish will be weighed in the order in which they are checked in. You may wish to use ice and a cooler to keep your catch fresh. All weighed fish will be notched to indicate the fish has been processed at the weigh in station. The largest fish will be determined by weight. In the event of a tie, the first fish entered will be considered the winner, and the other will be dropped to the next position.
    NOTE: No one besides the Director and/or Weigh Master will be allowed behind the weigh-in table area. No sponsor or fishing participant shall touch fish once it is handed over to Weigh Master. Violation to this rule will disqualify the fish from entering in the contest.

    6. Communications. The use of mobile communications (cell, FM, VHF) is allowed and encouraged. Due to the lack of radio devices, the primary mode of mobile communications will be cell phones. The command post will be located at BlueGill Restaurant 3775 Battleship PKWY, Spanish Fort, AL 36527. Command Post telephone numbers may be issued at the Captain's Meeting.

    7. Sportsmanship. All contestants are required to follow high standards of sportsmanship, courtesy, and conservation. Any use of drugs, participation in criminal activities, or other conduct reflecting unfavorably upon our efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition, and/or compliance with tournament rules are grounds for immediate disqualification and return of any prizes awarded.

    8. Permitted Fishing Methods. All fish must be caught via hook and line. The selection of baits is up to the discretion of the participant. All fish must be caught from the kayak, canoe or other paddle craft. No wade fishing or shore fishing is permitted unless the kayak is tethered to the angler. For the purpose of eligibility of this tournament no angler is allowed to have lines in the water prior to 5:00am.

    9. No Motors. The use of a boat or motorized water vehicle to transport your boat on the water (mothership) is prohibited. All craft must be powered by human effort-no motorization or engines are allowed. Canoes and paddle vessels other than kayaks are permitted. Consideration will be given to special needs, disabled, or handicap participants who apply for a waiver prior to the event.

    10. Fishing Locations. Fishing boundaries are Alabama state lines. This includes all public waters between. Fishing in private waters, i.e. ponds, etc. will not be permitted.

    11. Other. During competition contestants may not obtain or receive assistance including but not limited to following a non-competitor's boat, the placing of markers by a non-competitor, being towed or riding motorized vessels, or receiving electronic, voice, or data communications from non-competitors. All USCG and Alabama Fish and Game regulations are in effect at all times.

    12. Scoring. Fish must be compliant with the Alabama Fish and Game Commission regulations to count. In the event of a tie the entry checked in earliest will be declared the winner. The tournament director is responsible for the final call in all matters. All fish must be caught using hook and line method. In the event a Full Slam(1-redfish, 1-trout, 1-flounder) is not submitted or less than 3 Full Slams are submitted, the “2 Fish Slam Rule” will go into effect. Anglers submitting any two of the three “Slam” fish will be “bumped” up to the Slam category, in order of weight, until all places are filled. Subsequently, all anglers in the category the “bumped” angler was “bumped” from will advance one place in that category(i.e second place angler will become first place).

    13. Tandems/Sharing. It is permissible for more than 1 entrant to share the same paddle vessel. However each paddler/angler must be a registered participant.

    14. Protest. All protest must be made in writing and delivered to a tournament official within 30 minutes of the check-in time. The tournament director is the final authority in all considerations.

    15. Release of Liability and Covenant Not to take legal action. A waiver, release of liability, and covenant not to sue are part of the entry form. It is required that all contestants take responsibility for themselves while participating in event activities.

    16. Rule Changes. Rules interpretation is Exclusively left to the Tournament Director. The decisions of the Tournament Director are final in all matters and are not subject to appeal.

    17. Weather Cancellation. In event the tournament director deems conditions unsafe for the tournament to proceed on October 27th, a tournament make-up date will be announced.

    18. Captain’s Bags and Shirts. Anyone registering prior to the October 15, 2018 Early Registration cutoff, will be guaranteed a Captain’s bag and Shirt. Late registrants will be on a first come/first served basis. If a participant registers during the Early registration period and is unable to attend either the Captain’s meeting or the Weigh-in; it is completely the responsibility of that registrant to pre-arrange or assign someone else to pickup his/her Captain’s Bag and/or shirt. If no effort is made to pickup your bag and/or shirt at either location, MBKFA reserves the right to offer any leftover bags and/or shirts to any tournament participant who did not receive these items, due to late registration, on a first come first served basis. MBKFA assumes no responsibility for any bags not picked up or claimed by the end of the weigh-in event.

    Categories:

    Inshore Slam (Redfish*, Specked Trout, and Flounder)
    1st, 2nd and 3rd Places

    Individual Categories for each inshore species.

    Redfish*
    1st, 2nd and 3rd Places

    Speckled Trout
    1st, 2nd and 3rd Places

    Flounder
    1st, 2nd and 3rd Places

    Leopard Redfish*(Most Individual Spots. All spots touching will be counted as 1 spot)
    1st Place Only

    Bass
    1st, 2nd and 3rd Places

    Flounder Jackpot ($10 Entry) Winner takes all

    Children’s (Must be under 12 day of Tournament)
    1st and 2nd Places
    3 (or less) heaviest fish. Any combination of the following species: Speckled Trout, Redfish*, Flounder, White Trout or Bass. ONLY ONE REDISH IS ALLOWED in aggregate.

    *SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT REDFISH:
    All Redfish submitted for entry into the tournament will be measured to ensure compliance with the Alabama Game and Fish Commission Rules and Regulations for “Slot” size. Alabama Slot is 16” to 26”.
    All Redfish submitted will be measured by “Pinched Tail” method. Any Redfish which touches the 26” mark with pinched tail will be disqualified from the competition.

     

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