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2014 AOTY/DOTY Entry

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Register now! Pre-registration ends on November 1st.


Here is the format:

Single Participant

Pre-Registration - $20 until November 1st. Day of the event entry - $25

Category 1 - Rockfish
CPR with wristband
5 fish bag, one of each species.
Species - black, blue, copper, verm and china.
Points - 4 points per inch for all. 1/4" increments. That makes it easy.
You fill out your own CPR form and submit.
Winnings - Entry Fee Cash 50/30/20 split after all essentials purchased - pot luck items, wristbands, ect.

Bonus - Category 2 - Lingcod
weighed by scale at the fish cleaning station.
1 fish per person
Heaviest fish(s) and top spots down - if there is a tie, length will determine outcome.
Winnings - So far we have over $1500 in product to give away. We have a Lowrance Elite7HDI, product from EGO, product from RAM, product from Scotty, a set of beach Wheeleez, Dobyns rod certificates, bait package from Big Hammer and lots more on the way. If you're a pro-staff and you plan to fish this event, please consider sponsoring. Thank You!

Registration, waiver and points forms attached below.
You can Pre-Register right now for $20. You can also register the morning of the event for $25.  Check-in and wristbands will be available the morning of the event starting at 5:30 am at site #24. Shotgun start will be at 6:30 am out of chicken cove, sunrise is 6:50am. If you launch or land anywhere else but chicken cove you will be disqualified... period.

I have decided not to do a T-shirt but rather a logo'd custom 16oz pint glass for $7. A cool looking beer glass, now that's something that should get some use. You can order with your Pre-registration. I might order a few extra for the day of but don't know as of yet.


I've arranged to have a bonfire and music Saturday night to celebrate our winners, friends, family and our time together.
Own Ricci Chavez has stepped up and will be constructing a blazing masterpiece to keep us all warm. Thanks Ricci!

Participants for the 2014 LRC

1. Michael Lavoie/ Wingshooter - Pint
2. James Pratt/ Rider - Pint
3. Amos Foreman/ SuperVato
4. James Gustin/ - Pint
5. Ryan King/ Liv2Fish - Pint
6. Jim Meier/ Rockfish - Pint
7. Herbert Reyes/ Herb Superb
8. Dustin Sneed/
9. Craig Carraher/ - Pint
10. James Gosciminski/ Goz - Pint
11. Tyja Taube/ - Pint
12. Craig Davis/ Ravensblack - Pint
13. Andrew Vandenbrink/ - Pint
14. Naoaki Ikemiyagi/ Naoaki - Pint
15. Pat Kuhl/
16. Gary Charles/ BullShark - Pint
17. Ricci Chavez/ FishWorks - Pint
To celebrate Joel "Mooch" Lotilla's 1yr Anniversay, the family thought that it would be nice to have a Fish & Chill on Oct 11, 2014 @ Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay, Ca.

Joel was always fond of 'Fish and Chills' and what better way to remember/honor him than to just kick back, have a BBQ/potluck and remember the good times we shared with Joel.

Weather permitting, we will make a paddle out to the Green Can and pay our respects to our brother; maybe drop a line in and see who comes up with the biggest fish. Nothing to technical or eleborate in the way of a tourny or contest, just maybe alittle "Money Better Friends" for those that are interested; MBFs were one of Joel's choice of competition. And just to make it fun (and since there are many shallow reefs in the area), "handline" reels only are will be used.

Then return back to shore, fire up the grill and kick back by the fire, and Chill... I will be trying to acquire the use of the area by the Half Moon Bay Kayak for this event; however, with the recent landscaping this may not be possible. If this is the case, we will just camp and chill in the upper lot.

One of Joel's wishes was to create a charity for 'Kids with Cancer' to get them out on the water and fish; so we will be trying to organize a raffle (or silent auction) to raise some money for his request. Please let me know if you would like to or can donate any new (or slightly used) items that we can raffle/auction. For those of you who have had previous events/tourneys, I would be wondering if you can contact you sponsors to see if they would be willing to make a donation to the Silent Auction; your help would be greatly appreciated.

Here's the link for the Silent Auction: http://www.norcalkayakanglers.com/index.php?topic=59366.msg669668#new

On behalf of the SisMooch, thanks for your support and hope you can join us!
About the White Seabass
The white seabass (Atractoscion, nobilis) is not a bass but a member of the croaker family and is related to the California corbina. White seabass (WSB) occur from Juneau, Alaska south to Baja California. They are usually found in areas of rocky bottom and around kelp beds. White seabass are present in California waters all year long. They spawn in kelp beds in the spring and summer. In the fall they form large schools and feed on spawning squid. In the winter they head off-shore following the squid and other baitfish. They can swim 300 miles in 2-3 months. White seabass feed on anchovies, pilchards, herring, and other fish, as well as on crustaceans and squid. The average weight of a 28-inch fish is 7 1/2 pounds. The all-tackle record is 83 pounds, 10 ounces.

The white seabass is a fish that has been much sought after commercially and by anglers. Its dense flesh is white and tender and highly valued, but it spoils quickly without proper care. White seabass landings have fluctuated considerably over the past century, with the commercial take ranging from a high of 3.4 million pounds in 1959 to a low of 58,000 pounds in 1997. The white seabass are making a tremendous comeback after years of pollution and gill netting took their toll. United Anglers assisted in getting legislation passed which now prohibits gill nets within three miles of the coastline. The Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute operates the white seabass hatchery at Carlsbad.  The researchers and volunteers have raised, tagged and released approximately 413,000 juvenile seabass into the waters of Southern California since 1986.

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