In-State Championship

The top 50 Teams from the season’s point standings will be invited to Pathfinder Reservoir August 14-15, 2021. Entry fee will be $400 per team with 100% paid back. C.P.R.(Catch Photo Release) Format.

  • WHO: Top 60 Teams from Points Standings (Update: Must fish all 3 Qualifying Events to be invited)
  • WHAT: 2020 In-State Championship
  • WHEN: August 14-15, 2021
  • WHERE: Pathfinder Reservoir
  • SPONSORS: Skeeter

Friday Notes:

  • Tournament headquarters and rules meeting will be at TBD.
  • Rules meeting Friday night will be at 5 PM.
  • Boats off the water by 4pm.
  • Check in time will begin at 5:30 am each morning.

Saturday Notes:

  • Check in time will begin at 5:30 AM.
  • All Boats Due by 3pm

Sunday Notes:

  • Check in time will begin at 5:30 AM.
  • All Boats Due by 3pm

General Rules:

  • Each team is responsible to bring some form of a camera (Cell Phone, Digital Camera, GoPro, etc. We will use the pictures to verify your “OVERS”
  • Takeoff will be at Tough creek Boat Ramp @ 7AM BOTH DAYS, ALL BOATS MUST BE CHECKED IN BY 6:45am.
  • Teams will weigh their 5 heaviest fish each day and are allowed 6 fish(per Team) in possession each day.
  • Each team will be given a Weigh-Slip for each day, where fishwill be recorded using a Catch, Record, Release Format. once you have 5 keepers, only UPGRADES should be recorded.
  • Fish must be a minimum of 17 inches(weigh sheet shouldn’t have anything under 17.25″).
  • A total of 5 fish can be used towards each days total weight.
    • Fish must be measured on the provided Hawg boards, with the belly closest/facing the angler measuring, with tails pinched together. There must be a clear view of the fishes mouth/jaw, tail, and the poker chip of the corresponding day. At this time a picture must be taken so we can verify this fish at weigh-in. It’s important a clear view of the mouth and tail be in the picture, so if you take a few pictures to make sure one of them has that, OK.
    • Once the fish has been photographed on the Hawg Board a “Hero” shot must be taken with the angler holding the fish in front of them and there must be some form of landscape/shoreline in the background of the picture(this is key in order for us to be able to verify each fish that is recorded).
    • Be sure to record the fishes length on your weigh sheet for that day and release the fish. You will continue this process (as long as you continue to upgrade.)