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Monthly Outing (Tournament) Events

January 2022: Most Sheepshead wins a shirt/ Largest Sheepshead wins a SRRC hat

February 2022: Most Pompano(1 point each), most flounder (2 points each) for a Shirt. Largest of each            species wins a hat.  

March 2022: Largest Snook wins a shirt.  Most Snook wins a hat. No bait restrictions in 2022.

April 2022: Largest Trout wins a shirt.  Most Trout wins a hat.

May 2022:  Most Sailfish ( 3 points for a leader touch and 1 point for a jump.  Each fish only counts once.  One jump per hookup.) to win a shirt.  Largest Mahi-Mahi (Dolphin Fish) wins a hat.

June 2022:  Most Snook caught during the month wins a shirt.  Largest Snook wins a hat.

July 2022:  Most Tarpon ( 3 points brought to boat with leader touch and 1 point for a jumped fish.  Only one jump per fish counts) wins a shirt.  Largest fish brought to boat (with leader touch) wins a hat. Do not bring tarpon over 40 inches long into boat.  Measure fish along side boat.

August 2022: Largest Snook wins a shirt.  Most snook over 32" wins a hat.  No bait restrictions in 2022.

September 2022: Largest legal Snapper wins a shirt.  Most legal Snappers caught wins a hat.  Any Goliath grouper must be measured in the water.  Do not remove fish from water!

October 2022:  Most Croakers wins a shirt ( Atlantic Croaker). Largest Croaker wins a hat.

November 2022: Most species caught.  Each species are worth one point each. First place in points wins a shirt.  Second place wins a hat.

December 2022: Largest Black Drum wins a shirt. Most Black Drum wins a hat.


SEE THE CURRENT ISSUE OF THE NEWSLETTER FOR DETAILS ON THE TOURNAMENT FOR EACH FISH OF THE MONTH CONTEST RULES.

Stuart Rod & Reel Fishing Club 2022 Outings Schedule 

To give each member more time to fish, we have updated the tournament schedule to give you more time for each event.  Please see the most current issue of the newsletter for exact fishing dates, times and rules. ALL EVENTS ARE BASED IN THE HONOR SYSTEM. All fish must be FWC legal. Fish larger than the FWC slot size may be entered, but must be released unharmed.  All final decisions regarding winners are made by Keith Palant, Angling Director.  Follow FWC rules on all fish as to size and angling methods.  Tarpon and Goliath Grouper have special FWC rules that must be followed carefully.