CSA MEMBER MADE PLUG TOURNAMENT
The tournament runs from 06/05/2019 – 07/03/2019 (June to July meeting dates).
This tournament requires the angler to use a plug/lure made by a CSA member (current or former). The angler does not have to have made the plug themselves; this allows for non-plug builders to participate.
Open to all CSA members in good standing, i.e. membership dues are paid.
General Tournament Rules
- Fish must be caught with both feet planted on terra firma
- Overall length measured from tip of the nose to tip of the tail
- Entries are based on the honor system (Photos would be great for newsletter purposes though)
Largest striped bass (total measured length) caught on a CSA made plug wins. In the event of a tie, the first entry submitted to the tournament chair (Kevin Schwatlow) will be the winner. Weight of the fish makes no difference.
To participate in the tournament, each participant must provide a CSA made plug to the tournament chair, CSA president, George Baldwin or any member of CSA E-board prior to the June 7th membership meeting.
The member with the largest striped bass caught on a CSA member made plug will win all the plugs entered as the entry fee.
General Clarification Questions:
- Does a rigged sluggo count: No
- If you poured your own soft plastic style lure, does that count: No
- Does the plug/lure builder have to be an active CSA member: No
- Does an eel (attached) on a member poured lead jighead count? No
- Do plug kits assembled by members count? Yes
- Does a member-made bucktail count? No