2022 Florida Homeschool Fishing Tournament

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2022 Florida Homeschool Fishing Tournament

Sunday, May 1, 2022 to Tuesday, May 31, 2022
 | Fishing Tournament
Open
 
Target Sub-species: 
Bass - Large Mouth Bass
Bass - Peacock Bass
Bass - Spotted Bass
Bass - Striped Bass (Striper)
Bass - Sunshine Bass
Bass - White Bass
Bluefish - Bluefish
Catfish - Blue catfish
Channel Catfish - Channel Catfish
Catfish - Gafftopsail Catfish
Catfish - Catfish
Catfish - Hardhead Catfish
Catfish - White Catfish
Crappie - Black Crappie
Drums and Croakers - Black drum
Flounder - Flounder
Kingfish - Kingfish
Ladyfish - Ladyfish
Pike - Musky/Muskellunge
Pompano - Florida Pompano
Redfish - Red Drum (Redfish)
Sheepshead - Sheepshead
Spanish Mackerel - Spanish Mackerel
Spotted Sea Trout - Spotted Seatrout
Snappers - All Snappers
Snook - Snook (all)
Sun Fish - Bluegill
Sun Fish - Redbreast Sunfish
Sun Fish - Redear Sunfish, Shellcracker
Sun Fish - Spotted Sunfish
Tarpon - Tarpon
Groupers - Grouper (all)
Lionfish - Lionfish
Phone:

Chris DeBone
(239) 776-4575


Email:

Chris DeBone
cdmd1194@gmail.com




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2022 Florida Homeschool Fishing Tournament
May 1, 2022 - May 31, 2022

This is a fishing tournament open to all homeschoolers within the state of Florida to allow homeschoolers to interact with one another around a sport they enjoy. This is a tournament for fun and no prizes awarded, although if there is enough interest and other parents are willing to verify catches, that can be discussed.

Tournament Boundaries:

  • Any legal State of Florida waters, fresh or saltwater

Scoring Guidelines:

  • 1 point per fish
  • 3 points for fish that exceed Florida Saltwater Reel Big Fish or Florida Big Catch guidelines for that species

Rules & Regulations:

  • All fish must be caught by the angler being recognized in accordance with the Florida recreational fishing regulations at the time of the catch. This includes, but is not limited to, the angler being properly licensed or using an approved exemption, as well as using legal gear and fishing where the angler has legal access. All fish in this tournament must be caught hook and line only.
  • All submitted fish must include the tournament identifier FHSFT2022, homeschool program/school or family name, and date caught. This can be written on a piece of paper, sticky note, or the angler’s hand. This identifier must be visible in the submission photo for the catch to qualify.
  • Anglers are permitted to use live & artificial bait or a combination.
  • You may keep your catch as long as it is legal.
  • To enter a catch, submit a photo taken of your fish with a measuring device to the iAngler Tournament app.
  • All submissions must include a photo of the full length of the fish over a measuring device that clearly and accurately displays the length of the fish. All submission must include length, weight is optional.
  • All fish must be caught in legal state waters of Florida, fresh or saltwater, and may be caught on land or on boat.




$5 USD
Individual Angler


Any legal State of Florida waters, fresh or saltwater


Register as Individual



Registration open from Saturday, April 30, 2022 to Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Announcements

"Logging Your Catch" Instructional Video
2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to iAngler Tournament - Adding Your Photo to the Leaderboard
2 weeks 2 days ago

Events & Schedule

Lines in

05/01/2022 12:00 AM

Lines Out

06/01/2022 12:00 AM

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Chris DeBone
Director

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Rules and Regulations

  • All fish must be caught by the angler being recognized in accordance with the Florida recreational fishing regulations at the time of the catch. This includes, but is not limited to, the angler being properly licensed or using an approved exemption, as well as using legal gear and fishing where the angler has legal access. All fish in this tournament must be caught hook and line only.
  • All submitted fish must include the tournament identifier FHSFT2022, homeschool program/school or family name, and date caught. This can be written on a piece of paper, sticky note, or the angler’s hand. This identifier must be visible in the submission photo for the catch to qualify.
  • Anglers are permitted to use live & artificial bait or a combination.
  • You may keep your catch as long as it is legal.
  • To enter a catch, submit a photo taken of your fish with a measuring device to the iAngler Tournament app.
  • All submissions must include a photo of the full length of the fish over a measuring device that clearly and accurately displays the length of the fish. All submission must include length, weight is optional.
  • All fish must be caught in legal state waters of Florida, fresh or saltwater, and may be caught on land or on boat.

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