Connect Fishing League

Connect Fishing League Online Winter Trail

  • December 28, 2019
  • March 07, 2020
  • 6 sessions
  • December 28, 2019, 6:00 AM 6:00 PM (EST)
  • January 11, 2020, 6:00 AM 9:00 PM (EST)
  • January 25, 2020, 6:00 AM 9:00 PM (EST)
  • February 08, 2020, 6:00 AM 9:00 PM (EST)
  • February 22, 2020, 6:00 AM 9:00 PM (EST)
  • March 07, 2020, 6:00 AM 9:00 PM (EST)
  • US or Canada

Registration

  • Entry Fee into all 6 Event Sessions of the Winter Trail
  • Entry Fee for Session #1 Held December 28th.
  • Entry Fee for Session #2 Held January 11th.
  • Entry Fee for Session #3 Held January 25th.
  • Entry Fee for Session #4 Held February 8th.
  • Entry Fee for Session #5 Held February 22nd.
  • Entry Fee for Session #6 Held March 7th.

Registration is closed

Connect Fishing League Online Winter Trail


6 Saturday sessions held Bi-Weekly starting December 28th.

Dates:

  • December 28th - Winner Brady Duncan 19.49 LBS

  • January 11th - Winner Shaun Renfro 6.22 LBS 

  • January 25th - Winner Brady Duncan 8.91 LBS

  • February 8th  - Winner Doug Stockton 5.25 LBS

  • February 22nd - Winner Joseph Gayton 16.63 LBS

  • March 7th - Winner Joseph Gayton 29.19 LBS

    POINTS CHAMPION - Brady Duncan 


Location:
Any Public Waters in US or Canada.   

Entry Fee Cost:

$100 Entry Fee For All 6 Sessions.

$20 For an Individual Session

Prize:

80% Payback Pool For Each Event Session.  

UPDATE:  For session #4, #5, & #6 we will have a Minimum $100 Prize for 1st Place. 

  • 75% of Entry Fee Paid to Winners for each Session.  Prize Distribution dependent on number of participants.  Payback 1 spot for every 7 registered participant.  
  • 5% of Entry Fee Used For Points Championship of all 6 Events in the Trail. 
  • For each event, winners will be paid out via PayPal or mailed a check on Monday following each event.   
  • The points champion will be paid on the Monday after completion of the series.    

20% Paid to Connect Fishing League for runnig and administering events. 

Scoring:

No Limit - Cumulative Weight.  

Minimum Length: Catch must be at least 12 Inches Long to be scored. 

Species: Only “black bass” are eligible for scoring.  

  • Largemouth Bass – Micropterus salmoides, 

  • Smallmouth Bass – Micropterus dolomineu, 

  • Spotted or Kentucky Bass – Micropterus punctulatus) 

Trail Championship will be determined by Points.  Each event will be awarded Points based on Finish.

  • 1st Place = 100 Points

  • 2nd Place = 99 Points

  • 3rd Place = 98 Points

  • 4th Place = 97 Points
  • Etc..... If an angler registers but does not log a catch he/she will receive 50 Points for that event session.

Rules:

Each Angler must abide by all of their own local laws and regulations for their state/country/waterway. 

Step 1-APP- Must use the ConnectScale Fishing App to log entries.

iPhone Users -Download the ConnectScale Fishing App on iTunes App Store. 
Android Users - Download the ConnectScale Fishing App on Google Play Store. 

Once you have downloaded the app.  Complete setting up your User Profile with First and Last names and a Profile Pic that shows your face. Make sure to use the same email address that you use to register for the event.  We use email addresses as an id and if you use different email addresses we will not be able to score your submissions properly.  
 
Step 2-MEASURING DEVICES- Have a ConnectScale and a ruler 
A ConnectScale Bluetooth Digital Scale to measure weight.
A measuring device to measure length. Ruler, Tape measure, Bump Board, etc….
 
Step 3-IDENTIFIER CARD: NAME & CODE- Write down your First and Last name plus the Tournament Code on the Identifier Card.   You can download and print the Identifier Card HERE ->
http://bit.ly/CSTCARD

The Tournament Code to write on the card will be distributed the night before each session begins.  

Step 4-CATCH- Go Fishing and Catch a Bass.  Here are the details of eligible catches:

Species—Only “black bass” are eligible for scoring.  
Largemouth Bass – Micropterus salmoides, 
Smallmouth Bass – Micropterus dolomineu, 

Spotted or Kentucky Bass – Micropterus punctulatus) 

Step 5 -WEIGH & LOG- Weigh the catch on your scale and enter the details of each catch on the ConnectScale iOS Fishing App. Required fields to complete are: 

Weight - Obtained automatically from ConnectScale Bluetooth Fishing Scale.  Automatic weights are indicated on the Catch Feed with a Green Font. If for some reason the scale doesn’t transfer the weight or you have issues you may enter manual weight, weights should be entered in Pounds to the nearest 100th and match the display of the scale.  
Length - Manually input the length of each catch in the Length Field. 
Species - Select appropriate species of catch. (Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass) 
Public Tournament Code - Make sure you have a green check next to this event.  This field will automatically be populated once you save the catch and have it public and a photo added.  

Photos - Add verification photos for each catch.  You can add multiple photos if needed, your catch must meet both Weight and Length verification requirements.   

Weight Verification - Photo must show display of scale’s LCD screen with weight and catch in frame. The catch does not have to be on the scale at the time of photo but scale and catch must both be in the frame. 

Length Verification - Photo must show catch on the Measuring device.   The fish needs to be measured from left to right. Starting from the mouth on the left and ending with the tail on the right.  The mouth of the catch must be completely closed. The Length Photo must include the Tournament Identifier Card with the Tournament Code for that session clearly visible. 

Here is a great example of how to submit the two photos.  

Weight Verification:

Length Verification:


Private Catch Disabled - Make sure the Private catch slider is turned off and not showing Green.   If the catch is kept Private we will not see it in Public Feed or in the database when we are verifying results.   You may keep Share Map (GPS) Location private so that no other users will not know your location. The Private catch setting is used for determining if a catch is displayed on Public Feed and eligible for Public Tournaments/Challenges.  If you keep your location private, only the Tournament Admin will be able to see your location. This is required to verify that the catch was weighed on a body of water. 

Save - After you have completed ALL of the steps above tap Save in top right-hand corner to save the catch submission and enter the catch in the competition. 

Step 6 -REPEAT -Complete steps 4 and 5 as many times as you can during the time frame of this challenge.  This system will calculate the Total Weight based on all of your catches.  

Live Leaderboard: 

Keep up to date with standings of all our events by using our new Live Tournament Leaderboard at www.connectscale.app 

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