Rules and Regulations
1. Entry fee is $20.00 per person 2 person
teams. Pre-registration & entry fee must be made to Princeton
Outdoor Adventures by Friday night pre-Tournament meeting.
No refunds on entry fee.
2. The daily catch will be a maximum of 30 fish total - sunfish,
bluegill, or crappie per team with 5 inch length limit. All fish
must be caught using 2 fishing rods per person.
3. All entrants must possess an applicable state fishing
license. All entrants will be required to stop pre-fishing at
5:00p.m. on Friday the 29th of January, 2016.
4. Each team will be required to check in and out at the same
location. Buckets will be tagged and sealed at location and
transferred by the official to the weigh in. Equipment will be
5. In the event of a tie in the places, the largest crappie or
bluegill will determine the winner. The big oddball fish is a
separate category and will be weighed separately.
Pre-Tour Meeting @
Main Event Jan. 29 7:00 PM
Finish: 1:00 P.M.
Take Off location:
Lost Grove Lake
2 - 2:30 P.M.
Chili Bread Bowls will be available from 1 PM
@ Go Fish in Princeton
All fish will be taken to the ranger station for
weigh in after which you may take your fish home and keep them
or bring them in for cooking.
6. Entrants must conduct
themselves in a sportsmanlike, courteous, safe, & ethical manner
during tournament hours. Maximum courtesy is a must at all
times, especially with regard to safe angling in the vicinity of
competitors or non competitors while on tournament ice. No teams
may come in contact with any other teams during tournament
7. A pre-tournament meeting will be held on Jan. 29, 2016 @ 7 PM
@ Main Event. It is encouraged that one member
of the team be present at the rules meeting.
8. All contestants in the tournament have the right to protest
another team or contestant. The protest must be filed in writing
with to the tournament official. A protest will be handled
through a committee composed of tournament personnel and will be
decided upon after hearing both sides of the protest. The
decision of the committee shall be final in all cases.
Disqualifications for any reason will result in forfeiture of
9. Battered or discolored fish will not be accepted. Tournament
officials retain the right to discard suspicious fish.