Hobie Bass Open Series

Hobie Bass Open Series


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Hobie's
Bass Open Series

The inaugural season of the Hobie Bass Open Series aims to provide a simplified 'open-to-anyone' format and an elite feel for kayak anglers across the country. This series is all about providing a platform for the anglers. With greater participation in each event payouts will grow, The TOC will grow and opportunities for the anglers will only increase. Coverage of the events will set a standard and continue to solidify our sport's legitimacy in the competitive fishing world to a broader audience. Below are all the details and events for the 2019 season. Are you ready to be a BOS Angler?

Opens (6):s

  • $200 Entry with a 200 Angler Cap, 2 Day event. $35 from each entry goes to build the TOC pot.
  • Winner of each Open earns their spot on team North America for the Hobie Fishing Worlds 9.
  • Top 6 anglers of each Open earn a spot in the 50 angler Tournament of Champions.
  • 100% of all entry fees gets paid back out to the anglers throughout the season, and the top 10% of the field will be paid out at each event.
  • Alternate spots for anglers declining their invitation will only be distributed within the Top 10 or Top 10% of field, whichever is larger.

Satellites (11):

  • $100 Entry with a 100 Angler Cap, 1- Day event. $1000 flat rate from each Satellite goes to build the TOC Pot.
  • Winner of each Satellite earns a PAID entry to the Tournament of Champions.
  • Alternate spots for anglers declining their invitation will only be distributed within the Top 10. The paid entry will go to the angler that accepts their invitation.
  • Satellites will payout 10% of the field with all remaining funds less $1000 for TOC, $200 for winners entry and Administrative/ PayPal Fees.

The Shootout (1):

  • $125 Entry with a 125 Angler Cap, 1- Day event. $25 from each entry goes to build TOC pot.
  • The shootout will fill all remaining spots of the TOC. The final number will be published within 20 days of the event, once all other qualifications and alternates have been confirmed.
  • The Shootout will be held the day before the TOC at the same venue.
  • Anglers already qualified for TOC are allowed to participate for prize money only.
  • The Shootout will payout 10% of the field with all remaining funds, less the $25 per entry that goes to TOC and Administrative/ Paypal Fees.

THE Tournament of Champions (TOC):

  • $200 entry for qualified anglers. 50 angler max. All money paid into TOC pot throughout the season will be paid out at this event.
  • The winner or top placing non-qualified angler will earn the final spot on the North American Team for Hobie Fishing Worlds 9.
  • The TOC will payout a minimum of 20% of the field at 100% payout.
  • The TOC will provide a true elite- level kayak championship for the anglers and family and friends are encouraged to come and support.

Sponsored By

Contacts

AJ McWhorter
(859) 351-3617
aj.mcwhorter240@gmail.com

Upcoming Tournaments
Date 07/27/2019
McCreery Conference & Event Center, 304 Second Ave, Hinton, WV 25951
Date 08/03/2019
Mozingo Lake, MO
Date 08/10/2019
All public waterways in Camden and Gloucester Counties, NJ
Date 08/24/2019
White River, IN
Date 09/21/2019
Guntersville Lake, Alabama, USA
Date 09/28/2019
Tenkiller Lake, OK
Date 11/08/2019
Date 11/09/2019
Past Tournaments
Date 06/29/2019 to 06/30/2019
Lake St Clair
Date 06/08/2019 to 06/08/2019
Quail Run Pavilion, Lake Pueblo State Park, 640 Pueblo Reservoir Road, Pueblo, CO 81005
Date 06/01/2019 to 06/02/2019
Lake Fork, Texas, USA
Date 05/18/2019 to 05/19/2019
Kentucky Dam Village, Gilbertsville, KY
Date 04/27/2019 to 04/27/2019
Black Rock Park, Texas 261, Buchanan Dam, TX,
Date 04/20/2019 to 04/20/2019
Rotary Community Park, 1400 S Smoketree Blvd, Lake Havasu City, AZ
Date 04/20/2019 to 04/20/2019
Beaver Lake, Arkansas
Date 04/13/2019 to 04/13/2019
Ski Beach on Lake Harris Drive, Leesburg, FL
Date 03/09/2019 to 03/10/2019
Shasta Lake, Redding, CA, United States
Date 03/09/2019 to 03/09/2019
Dreher Island State Park, 3677 State Park Road, Prosperity, SC
Date 02/23/2019 to 02/24/2019
Chickamauga Lake, Dayton, TN
Date 06/02/2018 to 06/03/2018
Kentucky Dam Village Convention Center, Gilbertsville, KY
Date 06/02/2018 to 06/03/2018
Kentucky Dam Village Conference Center, Administration Dr, Gilbertsville, KY
Date 06/10/2017 to 06/11/2017
Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, Gilbertsville, KY, United States
Date 06/10/2017 to 06/11/2017
Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, Gilbertsville, KY, United States
Date 06/04/2016 to 06/05/2016
Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, Gilbertsville, KY, United States
Date 06/04/2016 to 06/05/2016
Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, Gilbertsville, KY, United States
Date 05/30/2015 to 05/31/2015
Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, Upper Village Drive, Gilbertsville, KY, United States
Date 05/30/2015 to 05/31/2015
2019 HOBIE BASS OPEN SERIES - RULES
1. INTERPRETATION & ENFORCEMENT
  • All Federal, State, and Local laws, rules, markings, orders, and warnings must be followed and will supersede BOS rules at all times. Violation of any laws will be cause for disqualification.
  • All violations of laws will be turned over to the proper authorities for investigation and possible prosecution. This includes, but is not limited to, cheating, harassment, wildlife violations, illegal drug use, and any other illegal activity.
  • These rules will remain subject to change by BOS Officials.
  • Special Rules and amendments may be announced, added, or omitted for special circumstances or clarification at the judgement of BOS Officials.
  • Interpretation and enforcement of these rules will be left exclusively to BOS Officials.
  • Decisions of BOS Officials/ tournament director(s) are final in all matters and are not subject to appeal.
  • A violation of tournament rules may result in penalties or disqualification at the discretion of BOS Officials.
2. PAYBACK & PARTICIPATION
  • All participants must have paid the full entry, sign the liability release, and attend the mandatory captains meeting to be considered a contestant.
  • Competitors must register and pay to be guaranteed entry in any BOS event. Anglers registering without paying will be placed on the waiting list.
  • The number of places paid and amounts will be determined by event and number of entries.
  • Payback will be for a minimum of 10% of paid entries, rounded down.
  • BOS reserves the right to add money and prizes to paybacks.
  • Any person under the age of 18 entering a tournament must also have permission and a signed release of a parent or legal guardian.
  • Any person’s participation in any tournament is at the sole discretion of BOS officials.
  • All contestants must have a valid fishing license for the waters they fish.
  • Any Contestant who wishes to withdraw from the event is eligible for a 90% refund of their entry fee, provided notification of cancellation is made no later than 24 hours PRIOR to the official practice period.
  • A 10% fee will be withheld from all cancellations. All cancellation requests MUST be made in writing via email or letter, and tournament officials must be notified immediately. Cancellations must be verified and accepted before a refund will be issued.
  • If the event was full prior to a cancellation, the next in-line on the waiting list will get an opportunity to enter. BOS officials will go down the list until spots are filled or registration is cut-off.
3. OFF-LIMITS, PRACTICE AND COMPETITION
  • There will be NO designated off-limits period.
  • Designated official practice period: Official Practice Period will begin at 12:01 AM the Saturday prior to the event and end at the start of the mandatory pre-tournament (Rules) meeting.
  • Contestants may not enter tournament waters for any reason after the start of the pre-tournament meeting and in between weigh-in and launch of multi-day events except during official tournament hours.
  • All practice during official practice and tournament must be done in a vessel in accordance to Section 8: KAYAK REGULATION. If boat is legally licensed, electric motors will be permitted for PRACTICE ONLY.
  • All state rules for motorized kayaks apply. Failure to comply, could result in disqualification.
  • Testing equipment on tournament waters after the start of the pre-tournament meeting is NOT permitted for any reason.
4. INFORMATION GATHERING
  • he purchasing of, or bartering for, information about locating or catching fish on tournament waters, including, but not limited to, GPS waypoints (other than through commercially available sources) and the hiring of fishing guide services is not permitted during OFFICIAL PRACTICE period through the conclusion of the tournament.
  • Hiring or using a guide for tournament waters within 21 days of the event is prohibited.
  • During official tournament days, contestants may not solicit information about locating or catching fish on tournament waters from anyone except other anglers confirmed in the tournament and through publicly available sources. Quasi-public websites, blogs and/or social media pages set up for the specific purpose of sharing information with individuals or a small group of individuals are NOT publicly available sources.
  • The purchasing of, or bartering for, fishing locations from another contestant is strictly prohibited and will be cause for both contestants to be disqualified from the entire tournament. This includes sharing information for the purpose of sharing or pooling winnings.
5. PRE-TOURNAMENT (RULES) MEETING
  • It is mandatory that all contestants attend the pre-tournament (RULES) meeting.
  • Each contestant must check-in prior to the pre-tournament (RULES) meeting in person at the designated site.
  • Check-in hours and locations will be announced for each individual tournament.
6. SAFETY
  • Safe boating must be observed at all times.
  • Each contestant is REQUIRED to wear a fastened U.S. Coast Guard-approved personal flotation device while fishing from or maneuvering their kayak during tournament hours. Inflatable belt PFDs are not considered satisfactory in BOS events.
  • All Kayaks must be equipped with an emergency whistle and 360 degree light or installed LEDs that are visible from all angles. (if operating vessel before or after daylight hours.)
  • At the discretion of the tournament director, tournament days may be shortened, postponed or canceled due to unsafe weather or water conditions.
  • Competitors may leave their boat and seek shelter in bad weather or when danger is eminent.
  • Competitors are expected to use sound judgement and are accountable for his/her own actions when faced with a potentially dangerous situation. (i.e. Lightning, excessive wind, pleasure boaters, hunters, etc.)
7. SPORTSMANSHIP
  • All contestants are required to follow high standards of sportsmanship, courtesy and conservation and to conduct themselves in a manner that will be a credit to themselves, sponsors, BOS, BOS sponsors, and the sport of fishing and BOS’s efforts to promote the sport. Conduct not complying with these standards includes, but is not limited to, the following:
    • Violation of or failure to comply with event or state rules.
    • Consumption and/or possession of alcoholic beverages or any kind of mind-altering substance during tournament hours.
    • Suspension/disqualification, probation or ban from any tournament or fishing organization.
    • Verbal or physical abuse towards fellow competitors and tournament directors on or off the water during the official practice period through the tournament weekend.
    • Blocking navigable waters from fellow competitors to pass thru by, but not limited to, boat positioning and cast placement.
    • Working with a non-competitor to block other anglers or hold spots before or during tournament hours.
    • Any words, conduct or actions reflecting unfavorably upon efforts to promote safety, sportsmanship, fair competition and compliance with tournament rules, or which fail to comply with the standards set forth in the first sentence of paragraph 7.
  • Smoking is not allowed in the weigh-in line during any BOS competition. Smoking must be done away from directors and large groups of anglers. Please be respectful of others.
  • In case of any conduct not complying with the standards outlined above, BOS shall have the right to refuse an application to compete, to deny a confirmed application to compete by returning the entry fee (less 10%), and to disqualify a contestant or impose any penalty outlined in paragraph 1.
8. KAYAK REGULATION
  • All Kayaks/ SUPs/ vessels must be human powered, (paddle or pedals only).
  • Motor or battery must be removed from vessel and completely out of water during tournament hours.
  • Vessel must be 9’ minimum and shorter than 18’.
  • Catamaran style personal fishing vessels complying with all other regulations will be eligible.
  • No "Homemade" Kayaks will be permitted.
  • The use of an accessory specifically to move the vessel outside of pedals or paddles will not be permitted.
  • The use of manual or motorized anchor system is permitted.
  • Mothershipping, tethering/holding or any transportation coordination with a non-competitor is strictly prohibited unless approved by BOS officials within emergency situations.
  • By officially entering, contestants agree to submit their kayak to an inspection by BOS personnel.
9. PERMITTED FISHING METHODS
  • Fishing is defined as rod and reel in hand with attached line and lures.
  • All bass must be caught alive in a conventional sporting manner by the angler out of their vessel.
  • All lures must adhere to state regulations.
  • Only artificial lures may be used, with the exception of pork trailers and biodegradable soft baits.
  • Alabama rigs and similar umbrella-type rigs are considered to be one lure, and are only limited by the laws within the state they are fishing.
  • Only ONE fishing rod may be used at a time.
  • Each cast must be completed before another cast is allowed and there can never be more than one lure from one rod actively fishing in the water at any time.
  • Trolling as a method of fishing is NOT allowed. Long-lining and drifting with current/wind are allowed.
  • All bass caught while sight-fishing must be hooked inside the mouth.
  • No fish are to be kept on stringers. Fish gripping devices are acceptable to temporarily hold fish in the water.
  • If catching schooling fish, No more than 2 fish can be tethered to or in your kayak at any given time.
10. PERMITTED FISHING LOCATIONS
  • Restrictions, designated launch points, official tournament waters, and other location mandates may be issued for individual events.
  • Contestants may fish anywhere on tournament waters available to the public and accessible by kayak except areas posted or otherwise designated as “off-limits,” “no boats,” “keep out,” “restricted,” “no trespassing” or “no fishing” (or similar language or markings intended to restrict public access) by BOS, commercial property owners and/or local, state or federal officials.
  • All fishing must be conducted from inside the kayak unless otherwise stated by tournament officials.
  • At no time may a contestant leave the kayak to land a fish, photograph/submit a fish or to make the kayak more accessible to fishing waters.
  • The cutting of trees, bushes and/or logs after the start of the pre-tournament meeting and/or the removal of official local, state or federal barricades at any time to make an area more accessible by kayak is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification from the tournament.
  • Boats may never be tethered to on water markers like buoys or safety signs.
  • The use of cables, ropes, chains or any type of block and tackle system to maneuver a kayak into fishing waters is strictly prohibited.
  • Using any items including the kayak or fishing line to block an area off to other competitors or anglers is strictly prohibited.
  • In the event of equipment failure or emergency, the tournament director(s) must be notified as soon as it is safe to do so. Always contact 911, emergency services, and contacting tournament personnel after reaching safety.
11. SCORING
  • Scoring is determined by length using 1/4 inch increments of each contestant’s catch during each tournament day via the Catch, Photograph, and Release (CPR) method.
  • Each competitor will be provided with a unique identifier for the tournament.
  • The five longest verified lengths will be totaled for the anglers score.
  • The contestant with the highest total score after two days is the winner.
  • Rounding will be down and to the nearest ¼ inch.
  • Only the Black Bass Species consisting of the following: Largemouth, Spotted, Guadalupe, Shoal and Smallmouth bass and any hybrid of the above are accepted species.
  • Best 5 (five) fish make up a daily limit.
  • All fish must measure a minimum of 12”, unless otherwise specified for individual events. Bass submitted that fail to measure 12” with mouth completely closed will not be scored.
  • A submitted fish will only count once to an angler’s aggregate score for all days of the tournament.
12. MEASURING DEVICE
  • The Hawg Trough and Ketch Board are the official, mandatory, measuring devices for the Hobie Bass Open Series events and it subsidiaries.
  • Contestants must bring their own measuring device.
  • Your measuring device may be inspected by BOS staff at any time before, during, or after the tournament.
  • Anyone found to be using a measuring device that is determined to be not legal will be disqualified from the tournament.
  • Ensure the markings on your measuring device are clearly marked and can be seen by the scoring official.
  • Consider marking the lines on your Hawg Trough with a black marker. However, excessive marking may result in a penalty.
13. PHOTO CRITERIA
  • Anglers must be prepared to manually upload pictures with cables, cords, software, etc required to download photos via a USB port to the official judge’s computer.
  • Each fish photo must include all of the following criteria to avoid penalties or disqualification:
    • The entire Bass, from the tip of the lip to the end of the tail, on an approved measuring device, while in a tournament legal vessel.
    • Laying with the tip of the lip against the post end of the measuring device.
    • The mouth of the Bass must be CLOSED COMPLETELY.
    • The tail of the Bass must be laying flat on the board, and will be measured to the longest point.
    • Pinching the tail is permitted.
    • Bass must be facing to the left, tail to the right, belly toward the angler.
    • Measuring device markings must be clearly visible. Including the actual numbers.
    • Assigned unique identifier must be visible.
    • One overhead photo shot frame (not shot at an angle).
    • Fish must be clear of any holding devices including fishing lure or hook.
    • Lip, eye, and tail cannot be obstructed in the photo, even by your hand or identifier.
    • Hand or fingers must not be under the gill plate.
  • If fish has a visible glossy eye or odd markings it is suggested the angler take video of that fish going from the board, and actively swimming away.
  • Any questionable issues with a fish should be immediately brought to the BOS official’s attention.
  • Quality of the photo submitted is the responsibility of the angler.
  • **All criteria above must be met or the photo may not be scored**
14. TIES
  • The largest one-day catch for the tournament will break ties. If a tie remains, it will be broken first by total number of fish legally submitted, then by longest fish, followed by next longest fish until all fish have been accounted. If a tie still exists, the tournament director(s) will divide cash, prizes, and points among the anglers involved in the tie.
  • Big Bass ties will be broken by next legal largest fish over all days of the tournament, and so on, until the tie has been resolved. In the event that a ties still exists, the winner will be determined by earliest photo submitted of their largest fish.
15. TRUTH VERIFICATION TEST
  • Each contestant agrees to submit, by registering for this tournament, to a polygraph or voice stress analysis examination and to abide by its conclusion.
  • Consumption of alcohol or any mind altering substance is strictly prohibited prior to a truth verification test.
  • Refusal to participate in the polygraph or voice stress analysis examination will result in disqualification from the tournament.
  • Failure to pass an examination, if administered, will result in disqualification from the tournament.
  • Truth verification tests will be used at BOS Official’s sole discretion, and the determination of the meaning of the results will be made solely by BOS.
16. PENALTIES (for Reference Only)
  • Mouth cracked or slightly open - .5” deduction
  • Mouth blatantly open- 1”-2” deduction
  • Lip or tail not touching board: No score
  • Excessive Marking of Hawg Trough: Rounded down to next ¼ inch mark (No Score if below minimum.)
17. PROTESTS AND REPORTING PROCEDURES
  • All protests must be submitted in writing to BOS officials, along with a $100 cash deposit, within thirty (30) minutes of check-in to the tournament director(s) or designated tournament official. The protester also agrees that if there is a question of verifying the charge of a protest that he or she also may be subject to take a polygraph and agree to testify in a court of law if necessary. If the Tournament Director, or polygraph, upholds the protest, the cash deposit shall be returned to the contestant submitting the protest.


Top Anglers
Here are the Stars of this series along with the number of fish they caught in previous tournaments
  Jay Wallen
89 Fish
Points 916.001
Tournaments 8
  Kristine Fischer
60 Fish
Points 768.251
Tournaments 7
  Matthew Scotch
47 Fish
Points 686.75
Tournaments 6
  Brad Uhl
61 Fish
Points 646.00
Tournaments 9
  Jaxton Orr
46 Fish
Points 629.25
Tournaments 5
  Terry Elkins
47 Fish
Points 620.50
Tournaments 6
  Eric Siddiqi
43 Fish
Points 611.50
Tournaments 5
  Wayne Lobb
43 Fish
Points 583.25
Tournaments 5
  Tim Percy
42 Fish
Points 540.75
Tournaments 7
  Rick Beauchamp
49 Fish
Points 539.25
Tournaments 5
  Jeff Sherwood
38 Fish
Points 515.25
Tournaments 8
  Tyson Peterson
45 Fish
Points 514.00
Tournaments 6
  Jim Orr
41 Fish
Points 503.50
Tournaments 5
  Bert Guthaus
36 Fish
Points 498.00
Tournaments 5
  Guillermo Gonzalez
31 Fish
Points 492.00
Tournaments 4
  Joshua Stewart
35 Fish
Points 484.50
Tournaments 4
  Ron Champion
37 Fish
Points 483.251
Tournaments 6
  Jordan Marshall
29 Fish
Points 473.00
Tournaments 4
  Richard Ofner
34 Fish
Points 457.50
Tournaments 6
  Nick Matthews
37 Fish
Points 444.25
Tournaments 4
  Drew Russell
29 Fish
Points 432.751
Tournaments 6
  Kurt Smits
30 Fish
Points 432.25
Tournaments 5
  Joe Meno
36 Fish
Points 418.501
Tournaments 3
  Randy Collins
30 Fish
Points 414.50
Tournaments 6
  Mike Cheatham
30 Fish
Points 404.50
Tournaments 5
  Greg Vickers
36 Fish
Points 386.50
Tournaments 5
  Jeff Fader
27 Fish
Points 383.75
Tournaments 4
  Glenn Landstrom
37 Fish
Points 362.00
Tournaments 4
  Mike Densel
33 Fish
Points 361.50
Tournaments 4
  Tim Turcotte
28 Fish
Points 357.00
Tournaments 4
  Jacob Traba
27 Fish
Points 338.50
Tournaments 2
  James Himel
23 Fish
Points 333.75
Tournaments 3
  Dave Sewell
23 Fish
Points 333.00
Tournaments 3
  Jeff Malott
22 Fish
Points 331.50
Tournaments 3
  Steven Maxwell
26 Fish
Points 324.50
Tournaments 4
  Cole Kleffman
24 Fish
Points 323.75
Tournaments 4
  Tom Michael
34 Fish
Points 308.75
Tournaments 4
  Quinton Echols
24 Fish
Points 303.75
Tournaments 5
  Alan Reed
23 Fish
Points 296.75
Tournaments 3
  Craig Wright
21 Fish
Points 294.25
Tournaments 4
  Chuck Russell
19 Fish
Points 291.50
Tournaments 3
  John Botzman
20 Fish
Points 285.50
Tournaments 4
  Tommy Thompson
25 Fish
Points 284.00
Tournaments 3
  Daniel Doyle
19 Fish
Points 282.25
Tournaments 4
Barry Ward
21 Fish
Points 282.00
Tournaments 3
  Justin Patrick
20 Fish
Points 278.75
Tournaments 4
  Toby Kleffman
19 Fish
Points 276.75
Tournaments 4
  Mitchell White
24 Fish
Points 275.00
Tournaments 4
  Dustin Murguia
16 Fish
Points 267.00
Tournaments 2
Joe Komyati
21 Fish
Points 266.25
Tournaments 3
  David Cruz
23 Fish
Points 265.50
Tournaments 3
  Cody Milton
19 Fish
Points 261.25
Tournaments 3
  Lucian Gizel
16 Fish
Points 258.00
Tournaments 3
  Garrett Campbell
19 Fish
Points 257.25
Tournaments 2
  Ronald Koch
18 Fish
Points 257.25
Tournaments 3
  Jordan Westerman
26 Fish
Points 254.50
Tournaments 3
  Shane McIntyre
19 Fish
Points 252.50
Tournaments 3
  Jamie Denison
18 Fish
Points 249.50
Tournaments 4
  Richie McMichael
21 Fish
Points 245.25
Tournaments 2
  Will Stumbo
16 Fish
Points 240.00
Tournaments 4
  Chuck Ledbetter
20 Fish
Points 237.50
Tournaments 2
  Tyler Tacy
17 Fish
Points 225.00
Tournaments 4
  Jonathan Hines
17 Fish
Points 224.75
Tournaments 3
  Roy Roberts
16 Fish
Points 224.50
Tournaments 2
  Brian Stumbo
17 Fish
Points 223.75
Tournaments 4
  Terry Bowman
20 Fish
Points 222.75
Tournaments 3
  Darrell Cornelius
21 Fish
Points 221.25
Tournaments 2
  Garrett Morgan
17 Fish
Points 220.75
Tournaments 2
  Ross Mcvey
15 Fish
Points 220.25
Tournaments 4
  Steve Martin
14 Fish
Points 220.00
Tournaments 2
  Kenny Vang
15 Fish
Points 218.50
Tournaments 2
  Jacobe Gard
16 Fish
Points 218.25
Tournaments 1
  Jeremy Thomas
32 Fish
Points 217.50
Tournaments 1
  Brian Arnold
14 Fish
Points 217.00
Tournaments 3
  Jason Adams
18 Fish
Points 216.50
Tournaments 3
  Kris Hummel
16 Fish
Points 215.50
Tournaments 3
  John Parker
14 Fish
Points 211.00
Tournaments 2
  Gary Gobel
14 Fish
Points 210.00
Tournaments 3
  Darrell Anspaughsnow
18 Fish
Points 206.50
Tournaments 1
  Paul Biediger
19 Fish
Points 205.25
Tournaments 3
  Nate Moehring
17 Fish
Points 204.75
Tournaments 2
  Jared Kutil
17 Fish
Points 202.501
Tournaments 2
  Shawn Kue
15 Fish
Points 200.75
Tournaments 2
  Tommy Eubanks
16 Fish
Points 200.50
Tournaments 2
  Corey Wilkerson
22 Fish
Points 200.00
Tournaments 3
  Kevin Workman
13 Fish
Points 199.50
Tournaments 3
  Teddy Wozny
12 Fish
Points 196.75
Tournaments 4
  Kong Her
25 Fish
Points 195.75
Tournaments 1
  Travis Belcher
14 Fish
Points 194.75
Tournaments 3
  Matthew Ramey
18 Fish
Points 194.50
Tournaments 1
  Mark Pendergraf
13 Fish
Points 193.25
Tournaments 2
  Jeff Davies
13 Fish
Points 191.25
Tournaments 1
RJ Hoover
10 Fish
Points 187.00
Tournaments 1
  Matt Seymore
13 Fish
Points 185.75
Tournaments 4
  Jimmy Walters
18 Fish
Points 185.50
Tournaments 2
  David Neace
13 Fish
Points 185.50
Tournaments 2
  Cole Garland
16 Fish
Points 183.50
Tournaments 1
  Trey Johnson
14 Fish
Points 183.50
Tournaments 1
  Joshua Bennett
12 Fish
Points 183.25
Tournaments 2
  Froi Manuel
18 Fish
Points 182.25
Tournaments 1
  Will Son
16 Fish
Points 182.00
Tournaments 2
  Dave Mull
13 Fish
Points 181.75
Tournaments 3
  Bogdan Korostetskyi
15 Fish
Points 181.75
Tournaments 1
  Michael Miniota
20 Fish
Points 181.25
Tournaments 1
  Bryan Howell
11 Fish
Points 178.25
Tournaments 1
  Rob Baginski
12 Fish
Points 178.00
Tournaments 1
  Brian Tacy
14 Fish
Points 176.25
Tournaments 5
Nick Mcbride
14 Fish
Points 176.00
Tournaments 2
  John LaCasse
15 Fish
Points 176.00
Tournaments 1
  Martin Kwick
14 Fish
Points 175.50
Tournaments 3
  Brian Crossen
13 Fish
Points 174.50
Tournaments 4
  Chuck Jones
12 Fish
Points 174.00
Tournaments 3
  Nathan Green
12 Fish
Points 173.75
Tournaments 1
  Mike Hallead
16 Fish
Points 172.75
Tournaments 1
  Jason Kincy
12 Fish
Points 171.75
Tournaments 1
  Marcus Villanueva
17 Fish
Points 171.25
Tournaments 1
  Brian Coyne
14 Fish
Points 171.00
Tournaments 1
  Shawn Skidmore
12 Fish
Points 171.00
Tournaments 1
  Ben Spangler
14 Fish
Points 170.00
Tournaments 2
  Rob Knoles
16 Fish
Points 169.50
Tournaments 1
  Abel Patino
20 Fish
Points 169.50
Tournaments 1
  Gene Bohannon
10 Fish
Points 168.75
Tournaments 1
  Douglas Menefee
12 Fish
Points 168.25
Tournaments 4
  Armanzo Saucedo
9 Fish
Points 168.25
Tournaments 2
  David Borofka
25 Fish
Points 168.25
Tournaments 1
  Philip Choy
20 Fish
Points 168.00
Tournaments 1
  Danny Bell
15 Fish
Points 168.00
Tournaments 1
  Kenneth Son
16 Fish
Points 167.50
Tournaments 3
  David Golding
11 Fish
Points 166.50
Tournaments 1
Greg Blanchard
26 Fish
Points 165.25
Tournaments 1
  Adam Riser
9 Fish
Points 165.00
Tournaments 1
  Michael Matthews
14 Fish
Points 164.75
Tournaments 1
  Jim Strunk
12 Fish
Points 164.75
Tournaments 2
  James Strawbridge
11 Fish
Points 164.75
Tournaments 1
  David Davis
17 Fish
Points 163.75
Tournaments 2
  Marty Mood
13 Fish
Points 163.50
Tournaments 2
  Tim Arthur
21 Fish
Points 163.25
Tournaments 1
  Michael Lavoie
18 Fish
Points 162.25
Tournaments 1
  Matthew Vann
11 Fish
Points 161.50
Tournaments 2
  Dang Xiong
17 Fish
Points 161.00
Tournaments 1
  Brandon Lehmer
12 Fish
Points 161.00
Tournaments 1
  Josey Stone
13 Fish
Points 159.75
Tournaments 2
  Lawrence Simms
11 Fish
Points 159.75
Tournaments 1
  Mel Ashe
13 Fish
Points 159.50
Tournaments 2
Garrett Tonn
12 Fish
Points 158.75
Tournaments 1
Ricky Smith
11 Fish
Points 158.50
Tournaments 2
  Obedie Williams
22 Fish
Points 158.00
Tournaments 1
  Vinny Dau
20 Fish
Points 158.00
Tournaments 1
  Philip Day
11 Fish
Points 157.50
Tournaments 1
  Jiongbo Zhang
33 Fish
Points 156.75
Tournaments 1
Brandon Miller
10 Fish
Points 156.50
Tournaments 1
  Chris Hartman
13 Fish
Points 155.75
Tournaments 1
  Jeremy Johnson
11 Fish
Points 155.75
Tournaments 2
  Carson Riley
18 Fish
Points 155.25
Tournaments 1
  Tracy Stanford
10 Fish
Points 154.75
Tournaments 1
Amos Foreman
18 Fish
Points 153.75
Tournaments 1
  Teddy Manley
16 Fish
Points 153.25
Tournaments 1
  Jim Davis
14 Fish
Points 152.75
Tournaments 3
  Chance VanWinkle
10 Fish
Points 152.75
Tournaments 1
  Michael Sandlin
10 Fish
Points 152.75
Tournaments 3
Blake Tout
13 Fish
Points 152.75
Tournaments 1
  Christopher Tuers
12 Fish
Points 152.75
Tournaments 4
  Craig Storms
10 Fish
Points 151.75
Tournaments 1
  SHANE MEIHAUS
15 Fish
Points 151.75
Tournaments 1
  Mike Ensign
19 Fish
Points 151.50
Tournaments 1
  Brian McAfee
16 Fish
Points 151.25
Tournaments 1
  Naoaki Ikemiyagi
16 Fish
Points 150.50
Tournaments 1
  Sue Vang
15 Fish
Points 150.25
Tournaments 1
  Alden Walden
15 Fish
Points 150.00
Tournaments 1
  Al Hicks
13 Fish
Points 149.50
Tournaments 2
  Ben Meredith
11 Fish
Points 149.25
Tournaments 3
  Ben Wiechman
11 Fish
Points 149.25
Tournaments 1
  Jeff Ashmann
10 Fish
Points 149.00
Tournaments 4
  Garrett Clark
18 Fish
Points 148.75
Tournaments 1
  Joe Moua
16 Fish
Points 148.75
Tournaments 1
  Jeremy Flack
9 Fish
Points 148.25
Tournaments 1
  Charles Daugherty
12 Fish
Points 148.001
Tournaments 2
  Ivan Lee
11 Fish
Points 147.75
Tournaments 1
  Mark Zimmerschied
10 Fish
Points 147.25
Tournaments 1
  Ryan Rayburn
15 Fish
Points 147.00
Tournaments 1
  Tyler Masengale
10 Fish
Points 146.50
Tournaments 1
  Robert Bogdal
10 Fish
Points 146.25
Tournaments 2
  Paul Roth
10 Fish
Points 146.00
Tournaments 1
  Quinn Hawkinson
17 Fish
Points 146.00
Tournaments 1
  Chris Sartain
16 Fish
Points 144.50
Tournaments 1
  Micaiah Holt
10 Fish
Points 143.75
Tournaments 1
  Michael Tarin
13 Fish
Points 143.25
Tournaments 1
  Kelly Chachere
9 Fish
Points 143.00
Tournaments 3
  John Golab
13 Fish
Points 142.75
Tournaments 1
  Sao Vue
11 Fish
Points 142.75
Tournaments 1
  James Stewart
9 Fish
Points 142.75
Tournaments 2
  Nancy Sarver
10 Fish
Points 142.50
Tournaments 2
  Justin Dutcher
12 Fish
Points 142.25
Tournaments 1
  Frank Smitham
9 Fish
Points 141.00
Tournaments 1
Chris Blake
9 Fish
Points 140.75
Tournaments 2
  Christina Weber
10 Fish
Points 140.50
Tournaments 2
  VLADIMIR GOLONDRINA
11 Fish
Points 140.25
Tournaments 2
  Tyler Jackson
9 Fish
Points 139.50
Tournaments 1
  Shaun Robinson
10 Fish
Points 138.25
Tournaments 1
  Jimmy Jacobs
9 Fish
Points 138.00
Tournaments 2
  Jason Yiznitsky
12 Fish
Points 137.75
Tournaments 2
  Steve Elliott
9 Fish
Points 137.25
Tournaments 1
  Eric Roberts
9 Fish
Points 134.25
Tournaments 1
  Terry Golden
8 Fish
Points 133.00
Tournaments 1
  Jason Voight
8 Fish
Points 132.75
Tournaments 1
  Noel Byars
9 Fish
Points 132.50
Tournaments 1
  Zack Soulliere
9 Fish
Points 132.00
Tournaments 1
  Yenhoua Yang
9 Fish
Points 132.00
Tournaments 1
  JOSEPH MONGOGNIA
8 Fish
Points 131.00
Tournaments 1
  Kenny Hood
9 Fish
Points 130.50
Tournaments 3
  Mitchell Salzman
10 Fish
Points 130.25
Tournaments 1
  Shea Locke
9 Fish
Points 129.25
Tournaments 2
  Dyver OBryan
9 Fish
Points 128.75
Tournaments 2
  Cole Hurst
11 Fish
Points 128.75
Tournaments 3
Brice Powell
14 Fish
Points 128.00
Tournaments 1
  Jesse Landry
10 Fish
Points 127.50
Tournaments 1
  Joshua Hinz
9 Fish
Points 125.25
Tournaments 2
  Matthew Flett
7 Fish
Points 125.00
Tournaments 1
  Stacey Martin
8 Fish
Points 124.00
Tournaments 1
Dylan Fuqua
9 Fish
Points 123.50
Tournaments 2
  Clint Dunbar
8 Fish
Points 123.00
Tournaments 1
  Bruce Chang
9 Fish
Points 122.75
Tournaments 1
Clint Carnahan
8 Fish
Points 122.50
Tournaments 1
  Todd Stovall
9 Fish
Points 122.50
Tournaments 2
  Jamie Broad
9 Fish
Points 120.25
Tournaments 1
  Brock Whaley
11 Fish
Points 118.00
Tournaments 1
  Chris Shaddle
9 Fish
Points 118.00
Tournaments 3
  Ryan Lambert
8 Fish
Points 116.751
Tournaments 3
  Kevin Eagan
7 Fish
Points 116.25
Tournaments 1
  Jeremy Pierce
9 Fish
Points 116.00
Tournaments 2
  Michael Archuleta
9 Fish
Points 115.75
Tournaments 1
  Greg Hurt
8 Fish
Points 115.00
Tournaments 1
  George Nemeth
10 Fish
Points 115.00
Tournaments 1
  Anthony Shingler
8 Fish
Points 114.50
Tournaments 1
  Mike Mashl
8 Fish
Points 114.00
Tournaments 2
  Eric Thomason
8 Fish
Points 114.00
Tournaments 2
  Skip Lawrence
8 Fish
Points 113.75
Tournaments 2
  James Minor
12 Fish
Points 113.00
Tournaments 1
  Rebecca Golden
8 Fish
Points 112.75
Tournaments 2
  Sean Willner
9 Fish
Points 111.75
Tournaments 1
Jason Duong
9 Fish
Points 111.25
Tournaments 1
  Eric Martin
8 Fish
Points 110.25
Tournaments 1
  William Hashman
8 Fish
Points 110.25
Tournaments 1
Ian Gileski
6 Fish
Points 109.50
Tournaments 1
  Tony Hobbs
10 Fish
Points 108.75
Tournaments 1
  Tory Bouma
7 Fish
Points 107.25
Tournaments 1
  Corey Caywood
11 Fish
Points 107.00
Tournaments 3
  Nicholas Wedel
6 Fish
Points 106.75
Tournaments 1
  Josh Cooper
7 Fish
Points 105.00
Tournaments 1
  Brady Storrs
8 Fish
Points 105.00
Tournaments 1
  Will Miller
10 Fish
Points 104.00
Tournaments 1
  James Goosetree
12 Fish
Points 103.75
Tournaments 1
  Jeremy Baker
9 Fish
Points 103.50
Tournaments 1
  Chris Hoskins
7 Fish
Points 103.25
Tournaments 3
  Dylan Crystaloski
8 Fish
Points 103.25
Tournaments 2
Joshua Gallimorr
9 Fish
Points 103.00
Tournaments 1
  Christa Hibbs
7 Fish
Points 102.25
Tournaments 2
  Michael Tamayo
8 Fish
Points 102.00
Tournaments 1
Dean Turner
7 Fish
Points 101.00
Tournaments 1
  Tom Monahan
7 Fish
Points 101.00
Tournaments 2
  Tanner Hauser
7 Fish
Points 100.75
Tournaments 1
  Christian Hill
8 Fish
Points 100.00
Tournaments 1
  Jeff Reising
8 Fish
Points 99.75
Tournaments 1
  Rob Milam
9 Fish
Points 99.00
Tournaments 1
  Anthony Chute
6 Fish
Points 99.00
Tournaments 1
  Jody Campbell
7 Fish
Points 96.75
Tournaments 1