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Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..

lildiggy
lildiggy

Florida,US

Posted Sun Apr 26, 2009 4:41 pm
Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
Let me first say I love Bounty and your doing a heck of a job with the tournaments, I just thought I'd share some ideas that may help increase the productivity and membership of bounty. These free tournaments are a great way of trying out new species and I believe this would be an excellent platform to increase membership and overall tournament excitment. Possibly have free tournaments for snook, peacock bass, bluegill,perch, flounder, black drum. Break out the bluegill and perch from the panfish because the panfish currently are dominated by crappie. Let me clarify, for the panfish tournaments include pearch, bluegill and crappie. Just have separate tournaments for the perch and bluegill. The worst that happens is no one participates, and its low risk because its a free tournament. On the other hand it may energize and invigorate current bounty members while encouraging new bounty membership. I do know that snook fishing and peacock bass fishing are good during the summer months. I'm sure others have pitched similar ideas, just thought I'd put it out there. What do other people think about this? Can anyone think of any other species.

LiLDiggy

dustyflair
dustyflair

Mississippi,US

Posted Sun Apr 26, 2009 8:24 pm
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
red snapper

It's Crappie round here.

scottprice
scottprice

Pennsylvania,US

Posted Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:24 am
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
i think that is an awesome idea lildiggy, i would particulary like the flouder/fluke, perch and bluegill.
scottprice
scottprice

Pennsylvania,US

Posted Mon Apr 27, 2009 4:27 am
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
also, striped bass could be a category, you could have a landlocked striper category and a marine category. for the landlocked category, only natural striped bass could be entered, not a hybrid stripers
Gmoney
Gmoney

Texas,US

Posted Mon Apr 27, 2009 6:40 am
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
Greta Ideas evr1!Id like to see a Slam Tourney-Flounder,Seatrout,Redfish

Chocolate Bayou/ Lake Conroe

ProDeepV
ProDeepV

Arizona,US

Posted Fri Aug 21, 2009 3:23 am
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
I say split up the panfish also.Or I'll be winning every one of them come October here in Arizona.Crappies got pretty big the last couple of wet winters.Good luck all.lol

Bruce Snyder

gregor
gregor

Florida,US

Posted Fri Aug 21, 2009 6:26 am
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
I would like to see more team events say 2 man total lengths, for red-fish and trout. And oh by the way the trout, and snook bite is fantastic in the summer months here in the gulf. I also like the idea of Slams and agree with lildiggy, you know the flounder is found wide-span across almost all of the coastal states. Problem is there are over 20 Varieties in the US and some of them are huge.

Get crazy.... Lets compete in the Pike tournaments with a Snook, lets see if a Sea Trout can beat a Walleye, Keywest Grunt vs Crappie. Instead of dividing the North & South Lets compete. lol, All in fun.. But really its nice to search out the biggest but how about the best kreel, upload for total inches on certain species. IE: 2 Red-fish, or 2 Trout, or 2 Crappie, or 2 Bass, ect.

Ankle-Deep

jdm2111
jdm2111

California,US

Posted Thu Oct 1, 2009 6:06 pm
Re: Saltwater Tournament Ideas, species etc..
What about for us West Coasters? Tuna or Dorado?

-The US is not at war the Marine Corps is at war, the US is at the mall.

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