Pasco County Firefighters - Inshore Slam

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Pasco County Firefighters - Inshore Slam

Saturday, June 15, 2024
 | Fishing Tournament
Open
 
Target Sub-species: 
Snook - Snook (all)
Redfish - Red Drum (Redfish)
Spotted Sea Trout - Spotted Seatrout
Catfish - Catfish
Ladyfish - Ladyfish
Jacks - Crevalle jack
Tarpon - Tarpon

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events@iaff4420.org




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June 15 th, 2024

Register for the "2nd Annual Inshore Slam" at:
https://www.iaff4420.org/2024-fishing-tournament/

The Pasco County Professional Firefighters are excited to invite you to our annual Inshore Slam Fishing Tournament, a thrilling event that not only celebrates our passion for fishing but also supports our dedicated firefighters in Pasco County. Held amidst the scenic backdrop of Gill Dawg in Port Richey, FL, this tournament promises a day filled with camaraderie, competition, and plenty of fun on the water.

The Inshore Slam Fishing Tournament is an adrenaline-packed competition where teams strive to achieve the coveted “slam” by catching Red Fish, Snook, and Trout. Anglers from all skill levels are welcome to participate, making it an inclusive and engaging event for the entire community. Not only will winning teams be awarded for their exceptional angling skills, but participants also have the chance to win fantastic raffle prizes generously provided by our sponsors. It’s not just about the catch; it’s about the thrill of the chase and the excitement of the prizes!

The success of this tournament wouldn’t be possible without the unwavering support of our local businesses and dedicated volunteers. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those who contribute their time, resources, and enthusiasm to make this event a reality. Together, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of Pasco County firefighters.

Target Species:

  • Redfish
  • Snook
  • Trout

Schedule:

  • 7:00 AM – Lines In
  • 2:00 PM - Lines Out
  • 3:30 PM – Awards will be held at Gill Dawgs in Port Richey, FL

Contests:

  • Slam length is the sum of the largest Redfish, Snook, and Trout caught by a team.
  • 9In case of a tie, the tiebreaker is based on the time stamp of the first submitted Slam total.






$400 USD
Team Event
Min: 1 Angler
Max: 4 Angler




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Website: www.iaff4420.org/2024-fishing-tournament/

Registration open from Tuesday, May 14, 2024 to Saturday, June 15, 2024

Announcements

"Logging Your Catch" Instructional Video
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Welcome to iAngler Tournament - Adding Your Photo to the Leaderboard
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Events & Schedule

Lines In

06/15/2024 07:00 AM

Lines Out

06/15/2024 02:00 PM

Awards

06/15/2024 03:30 PM

Gill Dawgs in Port Richey, FL

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Crew

Robert Baker
Director
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Rules and RegulationsClick to Read

  

FISHING TOURNAMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS:

**Subject to Change**: Tournament rules and regulations are subject to change until the commencement of the tournament on June 15th, 2024, at 0700 (7am). Anglers are responsible for staying updated on all rules and regulations throughout the tournament.

**Fishing License**: Every angler must possess a valid Florida Saltwater Fishing License unless under the age of sixteen (16) or sixty-five (65) and older. Prize winners may be required to present a valid license before receiving any awards.

**Waiver**: Teams must sign the waiver before the tournament begins; failure to do so will result in disqualification from participation.

**Entry Fees**: Entry fees are non-refundable unless the tournament is canceled entirely. Efforts will be made to reschedule in case of inclement weather.

**Underage Participants**: Participants under 18 years old may join with parental or guardian permission and a signed waiver. Any winnings exceeding $600 will be paid to the parent or guardian.

**Registration**: Registration is conducted via www.iaff4420.org/fish. All anglers must be paid and registered by the night of the captains meeting. No refunds of entry fees.

**Team Composition**: Each team consists of a minimum of 2 Anglers and a maximum of 4 Anglers, with one designated as the team captain, per boat. The cost is $400 per boat.

**Eligible Species**: Redfish, Snook, and Trout are the eligible species for the tournament.

**Bait and Boundaries**: Live, dead, and/or artificial bait are allowed. The boundaries are the open coastline.

**Fishing Times**: Lines may enter the water at 0700 (7am), and the last fish submission is at 1400 (2pm).

**Participant’s Choice**: Anglers determine if their craft is seaworthy. Participants are responsible for themselves on and off the water.

**Regulatory Compliance**: All fishing methods must comply with current Federal, State Fishing Regulations. Participants not on a USCG Captained Boat require a Florida Fishing License.

**Safety and Compliance**: Registered boats must comply with State and USCG safety regulations. Fishing must occur in areas open and accessible to the public.

**Fishing Methods**: Fish must be caught by hook and line. Handheld rods and reels only.

**Catch Measurement**: Fish will be measured by photo using the tournament-provided ruler. Photos must show the entire fish with the nose flush against zero and the tail pinched. Fish must be released immediately after measurement.

**Submission Deadline**: Photo submissions end at 1400 (2pm).

**Ownership of Media**: Submitted media may become property of Pasco County Professional Firefighters and may be used for any purpose.

**Slam Calculation**: Slam length is the sum of the largest Redfish, Snook, and Trout caught by a team.

**Tie Breaker**: In case of a tie, the tiebreaker is based on the time stamp of the first submitted Slam total.

**Attendance Requirement**: Tournament winners must be present at the weigh-in to receive awards.

For inquiries, email Pcfrfishing@gmail.com. Participants are encouraged to share photos on social media with the #PCPFSlam2023. Sportsmanlike conduct is expected throughout the tournament, and any incidents may result in a ban from future events.

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Anglers determine if their craft is seaworthy. Participants are responsible for themselves on and off the water.