Sunday, March 4, 2018

The Big Year - Leaderboard Update!!!

Jimmie Hyatt got things started with the tournament's 1st entry (Bluegill)!!!
Well, the moment we've all been waiting for has arrived!  The Big Year CPR Tournament is upon us!  The official beginning of the tournament was March 1st, and we've seen a fair amount of activity on the 1st weekend of the tournament.  Jimmie Hyatt kicked things off with the 1st entry of the tournament with a Bluegill!

David Karcher's Largemouth Bass entry!  Remember, The Big Year isn't about the size, but the diversity, of species caught!!!
All entries consisted so far have consisted of Largemouth Bass and/or Bluegill, with most fish being caught in City Park.  The weather was beautiful this past weekend, and it looks like it will continue for the upcoming week, as well!  Here are the current standings, with the list of species caught, and the date and time of the respective angler's first entry:

1. Chuck Miller (Largemouth Bass, Bluegill)  3/1/18 @ 6:09 pm
2. David Karcher (Largemouth Bass, Bluegill)  3/2/18 @ 7:19 pm
3. Jimmie Hyatt (Bluegill) 3/1/18 @ 9:28 am
4. Sean Gilthorpe (Bluegill) 3/1/18 @ 5:05  pm
5. Brian Karcher (Bluegill) 3/2/18 @ 7:19 pm

Chuck Miller's 1st entry (Largemouth Bass)!
The Big Year is off to a great start!  I can't wait to see everyone's catches in the upcoming months.  If you haven't had the opportunity to pickup a stamped tournament ID card, please let either myself, A.J. Rosenbohm, or Jimmie Hyatt know so you can participate in The Big Year!  Please take advantage of this tournament, and use it as an opportunity to catch fishes you normally don't pursue within the FFI Gulf Coast Council region.

Brian Karcher's 1st entry (Bluegill)

Just as a reminder:
Please be sure to submit all CPR entries to nolaffc@gmail.com so we can track them more accurately.
Remember, it isn't the size of the fish that's important, it's the diversity of fish species that will determine the winner.
The time of 1st entry will be the tie-breaker (in the event it is needed).
Most importantly, have fun!

Sean Gilthorpe's 1st entry (Bluegill)

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