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Jun
22
Sat
2019
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule – Please Check Schedule for Times
Jun 22 all-day
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule - Please Check Schedule for Times
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March 23rd (Sat) Leesville Lake Leesville Lake Marina 7-4PM

April 7th (Sun) Lake Anna Sturgeon Creek 7-3PM

May 5th (Sun) Claytor Lake Bear Drive 6-3PM

May 19th (Sun) Buggs Island Grassy Creek 6-3PM

June 2nd (Sun) Philpott Lake Philpott Marina 6-3PM

June 22-23rd Smith Mt (NIGHT/OPEN) State Park 8-4AM

July 20-21st Smith Mt. Lake (NIGHT) State Park 8-4AM

August 24th (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) Leesville Lake Marina 6-3PM

September 21st (Sat) Smith Mt. Lake State Park 7-4PM

October 19-20th Leesville/Smith Mt (CLASSIC) LL Marina/St Park 7-4PM

November 9th (Sat) Smith Mt Lake (OPEN) State Park 7-4PM

Jimmy Thomas (434) 258-4231 Evan Slayton (434) 420-5718

Castaway Anglers
2019
Club/Tournament
Rules and Regulations

All contestants must have in their possession a valid fishing license.

All bass must be caught alive in a conventional sporting manner.

Only artificial lures may be used, with the exception of pork trailers.

Only one fishing rod may be used at a time.

Trolling as a method of fishing is prohibited.

A contestant may use a landing net to assist him in landing a fish caught by the rod and reel method.

Contestants may fish in tournament waters available to the public and accessible by boat, except areas designated as “off limits” or “no fishing” by local, state of federal officials and/or Castaway Angler’s tournament committee or within 50 yards of a competitor’s boat that was anchored. An anchored boat is a boat held in a stable position by a line attached to a weight with the trolling motor in the up position.

All angling must be conducted from the boat. At no time may a contestant leave the boat to land a fish or to make the boat more accessible to fishing waters.

Contestants must launch and remove their boat from the designated tournament location. Boats cannot be launched until the tournament fee has been paid and the livewell has been checked. Boats will be blast off in the order in which they sign in and pay the tournament fee. At Castaway Classic boats will blast off in finishing order of year standings on day one and in order of day one standings on day two.

Contestants must leave and return to the official checkpoint by boat.

The boat must remain in the tournament waters during the tournament day.

There will be only one official checkpoint: for “boat check” in the morning and for official “check-in” point in the afternoon. Failure to go through “boat check” in the morning or failure to “check-in” at the check-in point will result in disqualification. All fishing must cease upon check-in.

Contestants who are not at the official “check-in” area at the designated time will be penalized 1 pound per minute to be deducted from the total weight including any weight that is counted toward a big-bass award. Any contestant more than 10 minutes late will lose credit for that day’s weight. In the case of a break down there will be no transfer of bass from one competitor’s boat to another for transport to weigh in, this will result in disqualification for both boats. The competitor can be towed into weigh in, but all penalties for coming in late will apply.

Every effort must be made to keep bass alive through the use of a properly aerated live well. In the case that a boat brings in a dead fish there will be a 4-ounce penalty for the first fish, an 8-ounce penalty for the second fish and a one pound penalty for each fish after that deducted from the total weight for dead fish presented for weigh-in.

Scoring will be determined by the pounds and ounces of each contestant’s catch during each tournament.

Only largemouth, spotted, or smallmouth bass are accepted species.

Club dues are $30 per person per year. The year runs from January 1st to
December 31st.

The limit will be five fish per team unless the state or lake limit is different; in which case the state or lake limit will prevail. Each two-man team will be allowed to weigh in a total of 5 keepers. Two fish may measure a minimum of 12 inches, unless the state or lake limit is more, and three must measure a minimum of 14 inches. Bass presented for weigh-in that fail to measure the prescribed length limit will be penalized. The penalty will be the loss of each non-legal bass presented and the loss of the biggest fish for that tournament team. Contestants possessing more than the tournament limit will have their catch for that day disqualified.

All competitors must be wearing a PFD (personal flotation device) anytime the boat is on plane.

There will be a tournament fee of $50.00 per boat to be paid to the Tournament Director before each tournament except the Castaway Open and the Castaway Classic. The entry fee will include the big fish pot. Castaway Anglers will guarantee $200 for first place when the tournament has five boats or more. The tournament fee for the Castaway Opens will be $60 per boat, including big fish. The Castaway Classic has an entry fee of $50, will be a two-day tournament and will have a separate big fish pot of $20, half of which will be paid out for the big fish on day one and day two.

Castaway Open tournaments will give participation points to each team that has members participate. If at least one member of each team participates that team will receive 15 participation points that will go towards that team’s points standing for the year.

In tournaments with 1-6 boats, 100% of the entry fee will be awarded as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place. In tournaments which have between 7-12 boats 70% of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place and 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. In tournaments which have 13 or more boats competing 50 % of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to anglers that finish in first place. 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. 20% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in third place.

The tournament committee for the 2019 season will make final rulings on all rule infractions, rule interpretations, and rule violations. The decision of the tournament committee is final. The tournament committee will be made up of five representatives to include: the club president, vice-president, treasurer and two other representatives as voted on by the club members.

In the case of two teams coming in with the same weight amounts the tie breaker will go to the team that weighs in the biggest fish (between the teams involved in the tie). In the event there is a tie after the big fish rule has been applied, then it will go to the tied team that comes in with the largest number of fish. Once again, if there is still a tie after the largest number of fish rule is applied, the two tied teams will then split the prize money and both teams will receive the total number of points for the place they were tied. Example – if there is a tie for third then both teams will receive third place points. In the case of a tie in points at the end of the year the tie breaker will go to the total weight for the year (excluding any open tournaments and the classic).

We will award points for each boat that weighs in fish at each tournament. First place will be worth 100 points; second place will be worth 90 points; third place will be 85 points and each place from there on will receive 5 less points than the position above it (100,90,85,80,75, down to 25). There will be a five-point bonus for the boat that weighs in the biggest fish for the respected tournament. The team with the most points after the first seven events will not have to pay the tournament fee for the Castaway Classic, but will need to pay into the big fish pot.

Anglers who wish to compete in a Castaway Tournament (not including the Castaway Open) must have his team’s membership applications and dues processed 24 hours before the tournament date. No walk-ups will be permitted.

Anglers must fish at least 4 of 7 regular season events (not including the Castaway Open) to be eligible to participate in the Castaway Classic. In the Classic part of the club money will be contributed to the prize purse. The amount contributed to the prize purse from the club money will be equal to 50% of the club money never to exceed $400.

If there is a club member in good standing, that has fished at least three tournaments and wants to participate in the Classic; they can petition the tournament committee to buy their way into the Classic. Each situation will be judged on an individual basis by the tournament committee and the committee’s decision is final.

After the fourth tournament a team may join the club but cannot fish for points. The team joining the club after the fourth tournament will only be fishing for prize money.

Each competitor gets one free substitute for an absent partner. If a competitor must miss more than one event (not including the Castaway Open) his partner may substitute for him with an angler who has paid their membership dues and is not currently a member of a competing Castaway Anglers team or may fish as an individual with the team receiving the points for the place finished in said tournament.

In the case that a minor (angler that is seventeen years old or younger) is going to fish in a tournament, a consent form must be signed by the angler and the parent of the angler. No two minor anglers can fish in the same boat. There must be an angler, in each boat, that is at least eighteen years old or older. This rule is for the protection of these young anglers and for the protection of the club from any situation that could bring legal and monetary repercussion.

The “Castaway Open” tournaments are open to any angling team who wishes to compete under the rules and regulations of the “Castaway Open”. The “Castaway Open” tournaments do not count toward the Regular Season title, Big Fish of the Club Award, or eligibility for the Castaway Classic. The Castaway Anglers tournament committee reserves the right to deny any team entry into any tournament sponsored by the Castaway Anglers Fishing Club.

VA Top 100 Southern Division Smith Mountain Lake @ Parkway Marina
Jun 22 all-day
VA Top 100 Southern Division Smith Mountain Lake @ Parkway Marina

4/20/2019 —— Smith Mtn. Lake @ Parkway Marina
5/18/2019 ——- Smith Mtn. Lake @ Parkway Marina
6/22/2019 ——- Smith Mtn. Lake @ Parkway Marina

Southern Division
Parkway Marina
16918 Smith Mountain Lake Pkwy
Huddleston, Va. 24104

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Jun
23
Sun
2019
BassQuest 2019 Schedule
Jun 23 all-day

Start Time Safe Light around 7 am

April 14 – Smith Mtn. Lake, Parkway Marina – CANCELED

June 2 – Smith Mtn. Lake, Parkway Marina

June 23 – Claytor Lake State Park

Aug 4th Smith Mountain Lake

September 21 – Claytor Lake State Park

All will be OPEN tournaments with GURANTEED PAYOUTS

 Details to be announced soon! 

Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule – Please Check Schedule for Times
Jun 23 all-day
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule - Please Check Schedule for Times
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March 23rd (Sat) Leesville Lake Leesville Lake Marina 7-4PM

April 7th (Sun) Lake Anna Sturgeon Creek 7-3PM

May 5th (Sun) Claytor Lake Bear Drive 6-3PM

May 19th (Sun) Buggs Island Grassy Creek 6-3PM

June 2nd (Sun) Philpott Lake Philpott Marina 6-3PM

June 22-23rd Smith Mt (NIGHT/OPEN) State Park 8-4AM

July 20-21st Smith Mt. Lake (NIGHT) State Park 8-4AM

August 24th (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) Leesville Lake Marina 6-3PM

September 21st (Sat) Smith Mt. Lake State Park 7-4PM

October 19-20th Leesville/Smith Mt (CLASSIC) LL Marina/St Park 7-4PM

November 9th (Sat) Smith Mt Lake (OPEN) State Park 7-4PM

Jimmy Thomas (434) 258-4231 Evan Slayton (434) 420-5718

Castaway Anglers
2019
Club/Tournament
Rules and Regulations

All contestants must have in their possession a valid fishing license.

All bass must be caught alive in a conventional sporting manner.

Only artificial lures may be used, with the exception of pork trailers.

Only one fishing rod may be used at a time.

Trolling as a method of fishing is prohibited.

A contestant may use a landing net to assist him in landing a fish caught by the rod and reel method.

Contestants may fish in tournament waters available to the public and accessible by boat, except areas designated as “off limits” or “no fishing” by local, state of federal officials and/or Castaway Angler’s tournament committee or within 50 yards of a competitor’s boat that was anchored. An anchored boat is a boat held in a stable position by a line attached to a weight with the trolling motor in the up position.

All angling must be conducted from the boat. At no time may a contestant leave the boat to land a fish or to make the boat more accessible to fishing waters.

Contestants must launch and remove their boat from the designated tournament location. Boats cannot be launched until the tournament fee has been paid and the livewell has been checked. Boats will be blast off in the order in which they sign in and pay the tournament fee. At Castaway Classic boats will blast off in finishing order of year standings on day one and in order of day one standings on day two.

Contestants must leave and return to the official checkpoint by boat.

The boat must remain in the tournament waters during the tournament day.

There will be only one official checkpoint: for “boat check” in the morning and for official “check-in” point in the afternoon. Failure to go through “boat check” in the morning or failure to “check-in” at the check-in point will result in disqualification. All fishing must cease upon check-in.

Contestants who are not at the official “check-in” area at the designated time will be penalized 1 pound per minute to be deducted from the total weight including any weight that is counted toward a big-bass award. Any contestant more than 10 minutes late will lose credit for that day’s weight. In the case of a break down there will be no transfer of bass from one competitor’s boat to another for transport to weigh in, this will result in disqualification for both boats. The competitor can be towed into weigh in, but all penalties for coming in late will apply.

Every effort must be made to keep bass alive through the use of a properly aerated live well. In the case that a boat brings in a dead fish there will be a 4-ounce penalty for the first fish, an 8-ounce penalty for the second fish and a one pound penalty for each fish after that deducted from the total weight for dead fish presented for weigh-in.

Scoring will be determined by the pounds and ounces of each contestant’s catch during each tournament.

Only largemouth, spotted, or smallmouth bass are accepted species.

Club dues are $30 per person per year. The year runs from January 1st to
December 31st.

The limit will be five fish per team unless the state or lake limit is different; in which case the state or lake limit will prevail. Each two-man team will be allowed to weigh in a total of 5 keepers. Two fish may measure a minimum of 12 inches, unless the state or lake limit is more, and three must measure a minimum of 14 inches. Bass presented for weigh-in that fail to measure the prescribed length limit will be penalized. The penalty will be the loss of each non-legal bass presented and the loss of the biggest fish for that tournament team. Contestants possessing more than the tournament limit will have their catch for that day disqualified.

All competitors must be wearing a PFD (personal flotation device) anytime the boat is on plane.

There will be a tournament fee of $50.00 per boat to be paid to the Tournament Director before each tournament except the Castaway Open and the Castaway Classic. The entry fee will include the big fish pot. Castaway Anglers will guarantee $200 for first place when the tournament has five boats or more. The tournament fee for the Castaway Opens will be $60 per boat, including big fish. The Castaway Classic has an entry fee of $50, will be a two-day tournament and will have a separate big fish pot of $20, half of which will be paid out for the big fish on day one and day two.

Castaway Open tournaments will give participation points to each team that has members participate. If at least one member of each team participates that team will receive 15 participation points that will go towards that team’s points standing for the year.

In tournaments with 1-6 boats, 100% of the entry fee will be awarded as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place. In tournaments which have between 7-12 boats 70% of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place and 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. In tournaments which have 13 or more boats competing 50 % of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to anglers that finish in first place. 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. 20% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in third place.

The tournament committee for the 2019 season will make final rulings on all rule infractions, rule interpretations, and rule violations. The decision of the tournament committee is final. The tournament committee will be made up of five representatives to include: the club president, vice-president, treasurer and two other representatives as voted on by the club members.

In the case of two teams coming in with the same weight amounts the tie breaker will go to the team that weighs in the biggest fish (between the teams involved in the tie). In the event there is a tie after the big fish rule has been applied, then it will go to the tied team that comes in with the largest number of fish. Once again, if there is still a tie after the largest number of fish rule is applied, the two tied teams will then split the prize money and both teams will receive the total number of points for the place they were tied. Example – if there is a tie for third then both teams will receive third place points. In the case of a tie in points at the end of the year the tie breaker will go to the total weight for the year (excluding any open tournaments and the classic).

We will award points for each boat that weighs in fish at each tournament. First place will be worth 100 points; second place will be worth 90 points; third place will be 85 points and each place from there on will receive 5 less points than the position above it (100,90,85,80,75, down to 25). There will be a five-point bonus for the boat that weighs in the biggest fish for the respected tournament. The team with the most points after the first seven events will not have to pay the tournament fee for the Castaway Classic, but will need to pay into the big fish pot.

Anglers who wish to compete in a Castaway Tournament (not including the Castaway Open) must have his team’s membership applications and dues processed 24 hours before the tournament date. No walk-ups will be permitted.

Anglers must fish at least 4 of 7 regular season events (not including the Castaway Open) to be eligible to participate in the Castaway Classic. In the Classic part of the club money will be contributed to the prize purse. The amount contributed to the prize purse from the club money will be equal to 50% of the club money never to exceed $400.

If there is a club member in good standing, that has fished at least three tournaments and wants to participate in the Classic; they can petition the tournament committee to buy their way into the Classic. Each situation will be judged on an individual basis by the tournament committee and the committee’s decision is final.

After the fourth tournament a team may join the club but cannot fish for points. The team joining the club after the fourth tournament will only be fishing for prize money.

Each competitor gets one free substitute for an absent partner. If a competitor must miss more than one event (not including the Castaway Open) his partner may substitute for him with an angler who has paid their membership dues and is not currently a member of a competing Castaway Anglers team or may fish as an individual with the team receiving the points for the place finished in said tournament.

In the case that a minor (angler that is seventeen years old or younger) is going to fish in a tournament, a consent form must be signed by the angler and the parent of the angler. No two minor anglers can fish in the same boat. There must be an angler, in each boat, that is at least eighteen years old or older. This rule is for the protection of these young anglers and for the protection of the club from any situation that could bring legal and monetary repercussion.

The “Castaway Open” tournaments are open to any angling team who wishes to compete under the rules and regulations of the “Castaway Open”. The “Castaway Open” tournaments do not count toward the Regular Season title, Big Fish of the Club Award, or eligibility for the Castaway Classic. The Castaway Anglers tournament committee reserves the right to deny any team entry into any tournament sponsored by the Castaway Anglers Fishing Club.

ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL
Jun 23 all-day
ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

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The One Stop Mart Leesville Lake Tournament Trail will be a series of bass tournaments this year on Leesville Lake . Entry fees for these tournaments will be $60.00 per boat which includes a $10.00 lunker fee. There will be a 5 fish limit for each tournament which means you can fish as an individual or as a 2-man team. You can qualify for the classic if you fish at least 5 of the 11 tournaments either as an individual or as a team. Payback for each tournament will be 80% of entry fee money. 20% of entry fee money will be put back for the Classic which will be a 100% payback final tournament. All tournaments at Leesville Lake will go out of the Leesville Lake Marina. A complete set of tournament rules will be available at each tournament.
The One Stop Mart LLTT Schedule For 2019
March 24-Leesville 7-3
April 14– Leesville 7-3
May 5-Leesville 6-2
May 26- Leesville 6-2
June 9-Leesville 6-2
June 23 -Leesville 6-2
July 7 -Leesville 6-2
July 21-Leesville 6-2
August 11-Leesville 6-2
September 8-Leesville 7-3
October 6-Leesville 7-3
November 3-Leesville 7-3 CLASSIC

Registration will be 5:45-6:45 each morning of the 7:00 tournaments and 4:45-5:45 each morning of the 6:00 tournaments. Any questions: call Jerry Rice 434- 665-2271 or Frank Dalton 434-665-3695. One Stop Mart will be sponsoring our tournament trail this year with drawings for gas and food cards at each tournament .

Jun
29
Sat
2019
Fisher’s of men VA East 2019 Schedule
Jun 29 all-day
ROCKBOTTOM BASS CLUB 2019 SCHEDULE
Jun 29 all-day

DATE

BODY OF WATER

ADDRESS

February 23rd

Lake Anna

Anna Point Marina   13721 Anna Point Lane, Mineral Va. 23117
March 23rd

Buggs Island

Grassy Boat Ramp   13500 US 15 Parksville, Va. 23927
April 7th

Smith Mountain Lake

State Park   1241-1729 Rd 88 Huddleston, Va. 24101
May 19th

Lake Moomaw

Allegany Ramp Fortney Branch Rd Covington Va. 24426
June 9th

Lake Anna

Anna Point Marina   13721 Anna Point Lane, Mineral, Va. 23117
June 29th

Potomac

Hope Springs Marina   4 Hope Springs Lane, Stafford Va. 22554
July 13th

Chick/James

River’s Rest Marina 9100 Wilcox Neck Rd. Charles City, Va. 23030
August 10th

Leesville

Leesville Revisor Dam #7 Boat Ramp 3133 Rt. 754 Gretna, Va. 24557
August 24th

Lake Gaston

Pea Hill Boat Ramp 414 Delbridge Road Valentine’s, Va. 23887
September 7th

Chick Lake

Eagle’s Landing 2142 landing Road, Providence Forge, Va.23140
Wet Line Productions 2019 Charity Bass T.T. Schedule
Jun 29 all-day
Hurt Fire Department Bass Tournament
Jun 29 @ 6:00 am – 2:00 pm

Saturday June 29th 2019 6am-2pm

Smith Mountain LakePenhook Boat Ramp

100 entry fee 80/20 payout

$10.00 Bigbass optimal at sign in

Jul
7
Sun
2019
ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL
Jul 7 all-day
ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

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The One Stop Mart Leesville Lake Tournament Trail will be a series of bass tournaments this year on Leesville Lake . Entry fees for these tournaments will be $60.00 per boat which includes a $10.00 lunker fee. There will be a 5 fish limit for each tournament which means you can fish as an individual or as a 2-man team. You can qualify for the classic if you fish at least 5 of the 11 tournaments either as an individual or as a team. Payback for each tournament will be 80% of entry fee money. 20% of entry fee money will be put back for the Classic which will be a 100% payback final tournament. All tournaments at Leesville Lake will go out of the Leesville Lake Marina. A complete set of tournament rules will be available at each tournament.
The One Stop Mart LLTT Schedule For 2019
March 24-Leesville 7-3
April 14– Leesville 7-3
May 5-Leesville 6-2
May 26- Leesville 6-2
June 9-Leesville 6-2
June 23 -Leesville 6-2
July 7 -Leesville 6-2
July 21-Leesville 6-2
August 11-Leesville 6-2
September 8-Leesville 7-3
October 6-Leesville 7-3
November 3-Leesville 7-3 CLASSIC

Registration will be 5:45-6:45 each morning of the 7:00 tournaments and 4:45-5:45 each morning of the 6:00 tournaments. Any questions: call Jerry Rice 434- 665-2271 or Frank Dalton 434-665-3695. One Stop Mart will be sponsoring our tournament trail this year with drawings for gas and food cards at each tournament .

Jul
13
Sat
2019
CATT JAMES RIVER 2019 Tournament Schedule
Jul 13 all-day

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TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR

Bart Gore

Phone: 843-877-2148
Email: bartlgorefishing@gmail.com

2019 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

EVENTDATERAMP
Qualifier 1March 23 – CATT GoldRiverfront Park
Qualifier 2April 27 – CATT GoldOsbourne
Qualifier 3May 11 – CATT GoldRiverfront Park
Qualifier 4June 8 – CATT GoldRiverfront Park
Qualifier 5July 13 – CATT GoldRiverfront Park
Qualifier 6August 10 – CATT GoldRiverfront Park
Qualifier 7September 14 – CATT GoldRiverfront Park
FinalOctober 5-6Osbourne

CATT GOLD – $120 Entry  $130 at Ramp
Final – $160 Entry $170 at Ramp
Optional Sidepot – $50
James River Membership – $35 Per Person

Blastoff Position is Determined By Order Of Payment
Must fish 4 of 7 Qualifiers to Fish Final
Fishing solo once & with sub once counts toward teams Qualification
You may fish solo and you can Qualify solo for the James River Final.

TOURNAMENT PAYOUT GUARANTEES

30 Boats – 1st Place  $1,250.00
40 Boats – 1st Place $1,575.00
50 Boats – 1st Place $1,800.00
60 Boats – 1st Place $2,000.00

Red Devil 2019 Tournament Schedule
Jul 13 all-day
ROCKBOTTOM BASS CLUB 2019 SCHEDULE
Jul 13 all-day

DATE

BODY OF WATER

ADDRESS

February 23rd

Lake Anna

Anna Point Marina   13721 Anna Point Lane, Mineral Va. 23117
March 23rd

Buggs Island

Grassy Boat Ramp   13500 US 15 Parksville, Va. 23927
April 7th

Smith Mountain Lake

State Park   1241-1729 Rd 88 Huddleston, Va. 24101
May 19th

Lake Moomaw

Allegany Ramp Fortney Branch Rd Covington Va. 24426
June 9th

Lake Anna

Anna Point Marina   13721 Anna Point Lane, Mineral, Va. 23117
June 29th

Potomac

Hope Springs Marina   4 Hope Springs Lane, Stafford Va. 22554
July 13th

Chick/James

River’s Rest Marina 9100 Wilcox Neck Rd. Charles City, Va. 23030
August 10th

Leesville

Leesville Revisor Dam #7 Boat Ramp 3133 Rt. 754 Gretna, Va. 24557
August 24th

Lake Gaston

Pea Hill Boat Ramp 414 Delbridge Road Valentine’s, Va. 23887
September 7th

Chick Lake

Eagle’s Landing 2142 landing Road, Providence Forge, Va.23140
Wet Line Productions 2019 Charity Bass T.T. Schedule
Jul 13 all-day
Jul
20
Sat
2019
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule – Please Check Schedule for Times
Jul 20 all-day
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule - Please Check Schedule for Times
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March 23rd (Sat) Leesville Lake Leesville Lake Marina 7-4PM

April 7th (Sun) Lake Anna Sturgeon Creek 7-3PM

May 5th (Sun) Claytor Lake Bear Drive 6-3PM

May 19th (Sun) Buggs Island Grassy Creek 6-3PM

June 2nd (Sun) Philpott Lake Philpott Marina 6-3PM

June 22-23rd Smith Mt (NIGHT/OPEN) State Park 8-4AM

July 20-21st Smith Mt. Lake (NIGHT) State Park 8-4AM

August 24th (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) Leesville Lake Marina 6-3PM

September 21st (Sat) Smith Mt. Lake State Park 7-4PM

October 19-20th Leesville/Smith Mt (CLASSIC) LL Marina/St Park 7-4PM

November 9th (Sat) Smith Mt Lake (OPEN) State Park 7-4PM

Jimmy Thomas (434) 258-4231 Evan Slayton (434) 420-5718

Castaway Anglers
2019
Club/Tournament
Rules and Regulations

All contestants must have in their possession a valid fishing license.

All bass must be caught alive in a conventional sporting manner.

Only artificial lures may be used, with the exception of pork trailers.

Only one fishing rod may be used at a time.

Trolling as a method of fishing is prohibited.

A contestant may use a landing net to assist him in landing a fish caught by the rod and reel method.

Contestants may fish in tournament waters available to the public and accessible by boat, except areas designated as “off limits” or “no fishing” by local, state of federal officials and/or Castaway Angler’s tournament committee or within 50 yards of a competitor’s boat that was anchored. An anchored boat is a boat held in a stable position by a line attached to a weight with the trolling motor in the up position.

All angling must be conducted from the boat. At no time may a contestant leave the boat to land a fish or to make the boat more accessible to fishing waters.

Contestants must launch and remove their boat from the designated tournament location. Boats cannot be launched until the tournament fee has been paid and the livewell has been checked. Boats will be blast off in the order in which they sign in and pay the tournament fee. At Castaway Classic boats will blast off in finishing order of year standings on day one and in order of day one standings on day two.

Contestants must leave and return to the official checkpoint by boat.

The boat must remain in the tournament waters during the tournament day.

There will be only one official checkpoint: for “boat check” in the morning and for official “check-in” point in the afternoon. Failure to go through “boat check” in the morning or failure to “check-in” at the check-in point will result in disqualification. All fishing must cease upon check-in.

Contestants who are not at the official “check-in” area at the designated time will be penalized 1 pound per minute to be deducted from the total weight including any weight that is counted toward a big-bass award. Any contestant more than 10 minutes late will lose credit for that day’s weight. In the case of a break down there will be no transfer of bass from one competitor’s boat to another for transport to weigh in, this will result in disqualification for both boats. The competitor can be towed into weigh in, but all penalties for coming in late will apply.

Every effort must be made to keep bass alive through the use of a properly aerated live well. In the case that a boat brings in a dead fish there will be a 4-ounce penalty for the first fish, an 8-ounce penalty for the second fish and a one pound penalty for each fish after that deducted from the total weight for dead fish presented for weigh-in.

Scoring will be determined by the pounds and ounces of each contestant’s catch during each tournament.

Only largemouth, spotted, or smallmouth bass are accepted species.

Club dues are $30 per person per year. The year runs from January 1st to
December 31st.

The limit will be five fish per team unless the state or lake limit is different; in which case the state or lake limit will prevail. Each two-man team will be allowed to weigh in a total of 5 keepers. Two fish may measure a minimum of 12 inches, unless the state or lake limit is more, and three must measure a minimum of 14 inches. Bass presented for weigh-in that fail to measure the prescribed length limit will be penalized. The penalty will be the loss of each non-legal bass presented and the loss of the biggest fish for that tournament team. Contestants possessing more than the tournament limit will have their catch for that day disqualified.

All competitors must be wearing a PFD (personal flotation device) anytime the boat is on plane.

There will be a tournament fee of $50.00 per boat to be paid to the Tournament Director before each tournament except the Castaway Open and the Castaway Classic. The entry fee will include the big fish pot. Castaway Anglers will guarantee $200 for first place when the tournament has five boats or more. The tournament fee for the Castaway Opens will be $60 per boat, including big fish. The Castaway Classic has an entry fee of $50, will be a two-day tournament and will have a separate big fish pot of $20, half of which will be paid out for the big fish on day one and day two.

Castaway Open tournaments will give participation points to each team that has members participate. If at least one member of each team participates that team will receive 15 participation points that will go towards that team’s points standing for the year.

In tournaments with 1-6 boats, 100% of the entry fee will be awarded as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place. In tournaments which have between 7-12 boats 70% of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place and 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. In tournaments which have 13 or more boats competing 50 % of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to anglers that finish in first place. 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. 20% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in third place.

The tournament committee for the 2019 season will make final rulings on all rule infractions, rule interpretations, and rule violations. The decision of the tournament committee is final. The tournament committee will be made up of five representatives to include: the club president, vice-president, treasurer and two other representatives as voted on by the club members.

In the case of two teams coming in with the same weight amounts the tie breaker will go to the team that weighs in the biggest fish (between the teams involved in the tie). In the event there is a tie after the big fish rule has been applied, then it will go to the tied team that comes in with the largest number of fish. Once again, if there is still a tie after the largest number of fish rule is applied, the two tied teams will then split the prize money and both teams will receive the total number of points for the place they were tied. Example – if there is a tie for third then both teams will receive third place points. In the case of a tie in points at the end of the year the tie breaker will go to the total weight for the year (excluding any open tournaments and the classic).

We will award points for each boat that weighs in fish at each tournament. First place will be worth 100 points; second place will be worth 90 points; third place will be 85 points and each place from there on will receive 5 less points than the position above it (100,90,85,80,75, down to 25). There will be a five-point bonus for the boat that weighs in the biggest fish for the respected tournament. The team with the most points after the first seven events will not have to pay the tournament fee for the Castaway Classic, but will need to pay into the big fish pot.

Anglers who wish to compete in a Castaway Tournament (not including the Castaway Open) must have his team’s membership applications and dues processed 24 hours before the tournament date. No walk-ups will be permitted.

Anglers must fish at least 4 of 7 regular season events (not including the Castaway Open) to be eligible to participate in the Castaway Classic. In the Classic part of the club money will be contributed to the prize purse. The amount contributed to the prize purse from the club money will be equal to 50% of the club money never to exceed $400.

If there is a club member in good standing, that has fished at least three tournaments and wants to participate in the Classic; they can petition the tournament committee to buy their way into the Classic. Each situation will be judged on an individual basis by the tournament committee and the committee’s decision is final.

After the fourth tournament a team may join the club but cannot fish for points. The team joining the club after the fourth tournament will only be fishing for prize money.

Each competitor gets one free substitute for an absent partner. If a competitor must miss more than one event (not including the Castaway Open) his partner may substitute for him with an angler who has paid their membership dues and is not currently a member of a competing Castaway Anglers team or may fish as an individual with the team receiving the points for the place finished in said tournament.

In the case that a minor (angler that is seventeen years old or younger) is going to fish in a tournament, a consent form must be signed by the angler and the parent of the angler. No two minor anglers can fish in the same boat. There must be an angler, in each boat, that is at least eighteen years old or older. This rule is for the protection of these young anglers and for the protection of the club from any situation that could bring legal and monetary repercussion.

The “Castaway Open” tournaments are open to any angling team who wishes to compete under the rules and regulations of the “Castaway Open”. The “Castaway Open” tournaments do not count toward the Regular Season title, Big Fish of the Club Award, or eligibility for the Castaway Classic. The Castaway Anglers tournament committee reserves the right to deny any team entry into any tournament sponsored by the Castaway Anglers Fishing Club.

Fisher’s of men VA East 2019 Schedule
Jul 20 all-day
Wet Line Productions 2019 Charity Bass T.T. Schedule
Jul 20 all-day
Jul
21
Sun
2019
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule – Please Check Schedule for Times
Jul 21 all-day
Castaway Anglers 2019 Schedule - Please Check Schedule for Times
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March 23rd (Sat) Leesville Lake Leesville Lake Marina 7-4PM

April 7th (Sun) Lake Anna Sturgeon Creek 7-3PM

May 5th (Sun) Claytor Lake Bear Drive 6-3PM

May 19th (Sun) Buggs Island Grassy Creek 6-3PM

June 2nd (Sun) Philpott Lake Philpott Marina 6-3PM

June 22-23rd Smith Mt (NIGHT/OPEN) State Park 8-4AM

July 20-21st Smith Mt. Lake (NIGHT) State Park 8-4AM

August 24th (Sat) Leesville Lake (OPEN) Leesville Lake Marina 6-3PM

September 21st (Sat) Smith Mt. Lake State Park 7-4PM

October 19-20th Leesville/Smith Mt (CLASSIC) LL Marina/St Park 7-4PM

November 9th (Sat) Smith Mt Lake (OPEN) State Park 7-4PM

Jimmy Thomas (434) 258-4231 Evan Slayton (434) 420-5718

Castaway Anglers
2019
Club/Tournament
Rules and Regulations

All contestants must have in their possession a valid fishing license.

All bass must be caught alive in a conventional sporting manner.

Only artificial lures may be used, with the exception of pork trailers.

Only one fishing rod may be used at a time.

Trolling as a method of fishing is prohibited.

A contestant may use a landing net to assist him in landing a fish caught by the rod and reel method.

Contestants may fish in tournament waters available to the public and accessible by boat, except areas designated as “off limits” or “no fishing” by local, state of federal officials and/or Castaway Angler’s tournament committee or within 50 yards of a competitor’s boat that was anchored. An anchored boat is a boat held in a stable position by a line attached to a weight with the trolling motor in the up position.

All angling must be conducted from the boat. At no time may a contestant leave the boat to land a fish or to make the boat more accessible to fishing waters.

Contestants must launch and remove their boat from the designated tournament location. Boats cannot be launched until the tournament fee has been paid and the livewell has been checked. Boats will be blast off in the order in which they sign in and pay the tournament fee. At Castaway Classic boats will blast off in finishing order of year standings on day one and in order of day one standings on day two.

Contestants must leave and return to the official checkpoint by boat.

The boat must remain in the tournament waters during the tournament day.

There will be only one official checkpoint: for “boat check” in the morning and for official “check-in” point in the afternoon. Failure to go through “boat check” in the morning or failure to “check-in” at the check-in point will result in disqualification. All fishing must cease upon check-in.

Contestants who are not at the official “check-in” area at the designated time will be penalized 1 pound per minute to be deducted from the total weight including any weight that is counted toward a big-bass award. Any contestant more than 10 minutes late will lose credit for that day’s weight. In the case of a break down there will be no transfer of bass from one competitor’s boat to another for transport to weigh in, this will result in disqualification for both boats. The competitor can be towed into weigh in, but all penalties for coming in late will apply.

Every effort must be made to keep bass alive through the use of a properly aerated live well. In the case that a boat brings in a dead fish there will be a 4-ounce penalty for the first fish, an 8-ounce penalty for the second fish and a one pound penalty for each fish after that deducted from the total weight for dead fish presented for weigh-in.

Scoring will be determined by the pounds and ounces of each contestant’s catch during each tournament.

Only largemouth, spotted, or smallmouth bass are accepted species.

Club dues are $30 per person per year. The year runs from January 1st to
December 31st.

The limit will be five fish per team unless the state or lake limit is different; in which case the state or lake limit will prevail. Each two-man team will be allowed to weigh in a total of 5 keepers. Two fish may measure a minimum of 12 inches, unless the state or lake limit is more, and three must measure a minimum of 14 inches. Bass presented for weigh-in that fail to measure the prescribed length limit will be penalized. The penalty will be the loss of each non-legal bass presented and the loss of the biggest fish for that tournament team. Contestants possessing more than the tournament limit will have their catch for that day disqualified.

All competitors must be wearing a PFD (personal flotation device) anytime the boat is on plane.

There will be a tournament fee of $50.00 per boat to be paid to the Tournament Director before each tournament except the Castaway Open and the Castaway Classic. The entry fee will include the big fish pot. Castaway Anglers will guarantee $200 for first place when the tournament has five boats or more. The tournament fee for the Castaway Opens will be $60 per boat, including big fish. The Castaway Classic has an entry fee of $50, will be a two-day tournament and will have a separate big fish pot of $20, half of which will be paid out for the big fish on day one and day two.

Castaway Open tournaments will give participation points to each team that has members participate. If at least one member of each team participates that team will receive 15 participation points that will go towards that team’s points standing for the year.

In tournaments with 1-6 boats, 100% of the entry fee will be awarded as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place. In tournaments which have between 7-12 boats 70% of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to the anglers that finish in first place and 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. In tournaments which have 13 or more boats competing 50 % of the entry fee will be designated as prize money to be paid out to anglers that finish in first place. 30% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in second place. 20% will be paid out to the anglers that finish in third place.

The tournament committee for the 2019 season will make final rulings on all rule infractions, rule interpretations, and rule violations. The decision of the tournament committee is final. The tournament committee will be made up of five representatives to include: the club president, vice-president, treasurer and two other representatives as voted on by the club members.

In the case of two teams coming in with the same weight amounts the tie breaker will go to the team that weighs in the biggest fish (between the teams involved in the tie). In the event there is a tie after the big fish rule has been applied, then it will go to the tied team that comes in with the largest number of fish. Once again, if there is still a tie after the largest number of fish rule is applied, the two tied teams will then split the prize money and both teams will receive the total number of points for the place they were tied. Example – if there is a tie for third then both teams will receive third place points. In the case of a tie in points at the end of the year the tie breaker will go to the total weight for the year (excluding any open tournaments and the classic).

We will award points for each boat that weighs in fish at each tournament. First place will be worth 100 points; second place will be worth 90 points; third place will be 85 points and each place from there on will receive 5 less points than the position above it (100,90,85,80,75, down to 25). There will be a five-point bonus for the boat that weighs in the biggest fish for the respected tournament. The team with the most points after the first seven events will not have to pay the tournament fee for the Castaway Classic, but will need to pay into the big fish pot.

Anglers who wish to compete in a Castaway Tournament (not including the Castaway Open) must have his team’s membership applications and dues processed 24 hours before the tournament date. No walk-ups will be permitted.

Anglers must fish at least 4 of 7 regular season events (not including the Castaway Open) to be eligible to participate in the Castaway Classic. In the Classic part of the club money will be contributed to the prize purse. The amount contributed to the prize purse from the club money will be equal to 50% of the club money never to exceed $400.

If there is a club member in good standing, that has fished at least three tournaments and wants to participate in the Classic; they can petition the tournament committee to buy their way into the Classic. Each situation will be judged on an individual basis by the tournament committee and the committee’s decision is final.

After the fourth tournament a team may join the club but cannot fish for points. The team joining the club after the fourth tournament will only be fishing for prize money.

Each competitor gets one free substitute for an absent partner. If a competitor must miss more than one event (not including the Castaway Open) his partner may substitute for him with an angler who has paid their membership dues and is not currently a member of a competing Castaway Anglers team or may fish as an individual with the team receiving the points for the place finished in said tournament.

In the case that a minor (angler that is seventeen years old or younger) is going to fish in a tournament, a consent form must be signed by the angler and the parent of the angler. No two minor anglers can fish in the same boat. There must be an angler, in each boat, that is at least eighteen years old or older. This rule is for the protection of these young anglers and for the protection of the club from any situation that could bring legal and monetary repercussion.

The “Castaway Open” tournaments are open to any angling team who wishes to compete under the rules and regulations of the “Castaway Open”. The “Castaway Open” tournaments do not count toward the Regular Season title, Big Fish of the Club Award, or eligibility for the Castaway Classic. The Castaway Anglers tournament committee reserves the right to deny any team entry into any tournament sponsored by the Castaway Anglers Fishing Club.

ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL
Jul 21 all-day
ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

ONE STOP MART LEESVILLE LAKE TOURNAMENT TRAIL

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The One Stop Mart Leesville Lake Tournament Trail will be a series of bass tournaments this year on Leesville Lake . Entry fees for these tournaments will be $60.00 per boat which includes a $10.00 lunker fee. There will be a 5 fish limit for each tournament which means you can fish as an individual or as a 2-man team. You can qualify for the classic if you fish at least 5 of the 11 tournaments either as an individual or as a team. Payback for each tournament will be 80% of entry fee money. 20% of entry fee money will be put back for the Classic which will be a 100% payback final tournament. All tournaments at Leesville Lake will go out of the Leesville Lake Marina. A complete set of tournament rules will be available at each tournament.
The One Stop Mart LLTT Schedule For 2019
March 24-Leesville 7-3
April 14– Leesville 7-3
May 5-Leesville 6-2
May 26- Leesville 6-2
June 9-Leesville 6-2
June 23 -Leesville 6-2
July 7 -Leesville 6-2
July 21-Leesville 6-2
August 11-Leesville 6-2
September 8-Leesville 7-3
October 6-Leesville 7-3
November 3-Leesville 7-3 CLASSIC

Registration will be 5:45-6:45 each morning of the 7:00 tournaments and 4:45-5:45 each morning of the 6:00 tournaments. Any questions: call Jerry Rice 434- 665-2271 or Frank Dalton 434-665-3695. One Stop Mart will be sponsoring our tournament trail this year with drawings for gas and food cards at each tournament .

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2019 POTOMAC RIVER BATTLE SERIES SCHEDULE:
Jul 28 all-day

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2019 POTOMAC RIVER BATTLE SERIES SCHEDULE: 

April 6 Saturday 

April 28 Sunday

May 5 Sunday

May 19 Sunday 

June 1 Saturday 

June 2 Sunday BIG BASS OPEN (non points event)

June 9 Sunday

July 28 Sunday 

September 7&8 Championship 

September 28 Battle of the Border MDvsVA

We launch Out of Leesylvania State Park in Woodbridge Virginia our back up secondary launch location is Hope Springs Marina in Stafford Virginia

Regular season event $120.00 cash or check

Championship $240.00 cash or check

Big Bass Event $200 cash or check

Battle of the Border MDvsVA TBD

We do except Credit Cards or PayPal, services charges will be applied

**BIG BASS OPEN** this event will be an open(no membership fee) and a non season points event, we will weigh in and pay out each hour of the event!

$200 entry fee for this event only

Launch @ 7am

more details to come….

Thanks,

Ed Dustin