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2016 AOTY/DOTY Entry

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Last Week for SIGNUPS!  Support your local Salmon!!.

IT’S TIME!  SATURDAY MARCH 12, 2016- PORTUGUESE HALL-


The 2016 SAND CRAB CLASSIC PERCH TOURNAMENT
is taking sign-ups. (Entries Final February 8, 2016)



Biggest Perch Wins..  (Equal prize and trophies for Barred Surf Perch and “other perch” as well) 1pm Weigh-in Deadline.

Sign up online using credit card or PAYPAL!  E-Z!
 
www.sandcrabclassic.com
-or-
http://www.theletsgofishingradioshow.com
 
Signup form available on website for mail-in entries
Bayside Marine at the Santa Cruz Harbor also has entry forms and will accept payment at their shop.
 
Entries end strictly on Feb 8, 2016
 
The entire volunteer crew love putting on the derby each year. And, together with you we've raised thousands of dollars for the Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project over the past eleven years.  This is year #12 and it's the biggest and the BEST!
 
We hope you can make it to the derby again this year. Get your entry in quick, we are limiting to the first 300 entries due to space constrictions at the Portuguese Hall, and we WILL sell out this year! Entries close on February 8th!  So, get on it!
 
Thanks again and looking forward to seeing you and your winning perch on March 12, 2016!
Sincerely,
 
 
Allen Bushnell, Mike Baxter, and the Sand Crab Classic Team


Looks like we got the dates set for the 2.5 day Islander trip next year.
It will be the last weekend of June, departing the evening of Sunday the 26th and returning the morning of Wednesday the 29th.

We will have payment info (including cost) shortly.

Please sign up in this thread if you are interested in going.

Let's do this!
NCKA Hawg Troughs now available at $20 each. Limited quantities. First come, first served.

75 troughs sold, 5 troughs available

All proceeds go toward funding fishing trips for kids with cancer, one of Mooch's wishes.

Unfortunately, Paypal is not an option. Cash or personal check only. Requests can be sent to me at:

Howard Joe
4720 Ridpath Street
Fremont, CA 94538

Please include your username, in case I have any questions regarding your request.

Three ways to get your trough:

1.   NCKA Express (anyone traveling in your direction)
2.   Pick up from me.
3.   If you’re REALLY in a hurry for it, pay $9.00 for shipping.

Logos shown below. Measurement numbers are in black.
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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