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H.H.J. Jackpot Nov 15th

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The H.H.J. Jackpot is this Saturday the 15th of Nov.

Tournament Rules:
1: These are how the places pay:
one - seven participant pays out 1st
eight - fourteen participants pays out 2nd
fourteen - twenty three participants pays 3rd
twenty four and over pays out 4
1-2 places pays 60, 40
1-3 places pays 50, 30, 20
1-4 places pays 50, 30, 20, Kinami bag

2: 2 man teams $30.00 a boat $5.00 big bass optional.

3: Tournament fishing times will be from 6:30am-11:30am.

4: I will be at City Park from 6:00am-6:30 for sign in. There will be random live well checks but once you sign in you can head to your spot but cannot start fishing till 6:30am.

5: Weigh in will be at City Park you will need to be within idling distance of weigh by 11:30am or you will be considered late and will be disqualified.

6: All basic tournament rules apply (No trolling, one rod per person in the water etc..). If you don't follow the rules of the tournament or rules of good sportsmanship you can be disqualified and this will be at the discretion of the tournament director.

7: There is a one lb penalty for all dead fish.

8: Ties will be determined by a flip of a coin.

If there is any questions please feel free to contact me or post here.

Take Care
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Cannot make this one as I have obligations tomorrow. In fact, I have not been able to fish since the last one which only yielded one dink. Major withdrawals. Also, red flag warning through tomorrow afternoon. It will be a windy one.

Hoping to get on the water Sunday. Sounds like the LA has been picking up as of late.

If its blowing like it tonight, it will be a rough one.
Damn forecasters. Doesn't seem like much wind this am. Good luck to those who can get out and fish. Even a windy fishing day is better than a honey-do day.

I'm up ready to fish as always on Saturday morning but I sure as hell am not going anywhere. :mad:
Weather forecasters are wrong again..

At 8:31am this Saturday morning, winds out of the NW 7 MPH...Wind Chill: 45°F

Today: Sunny, with a high near 65. North northwest wind between 10 and 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph.
How about winds consistant 20 an gusts to 35, at least that's what it felt like.

We had 4 boats show turned into a old school grudge match.

Dale and Paul

My stars aligned and I got on a good early bite in the wind.  I was culling about 7:45am.  Ended up with 17lbs and a 5-9 kicker.  The other guys all caught fish, but they were alot smaller   :D

The bite was pretty good today considering the conditions.  The water temp held pretty warm, so the fish seemed uneffected.   That's the view from the winners circle   :)
Congrats Alan, nice stringer given the post front conditions!

Props to the other 3 teams that made it out. Everyone deserves recognition for showing up in those conditions.

I was planning to make it to the weigh in but ended up not getting on the water until noon for my breaking in my new piston. By the time I got to city park doing less than 25 mph during the first hour of break in it was nearing 12:45. Motor rebuild runs great now! Did break in drill for 3 hrs and it never missed a beat. Has a lot better throttle response and mid range power now too. That may be from the NOS though ;)

Hope to make the next Sat morning HHJ now!

Great job Alan! What sort of weights did the other guys have?
I think I had about 7-8 pounds on 3 but I turned them back after talking with Alan. I did hook 2 more at the City Park ramp while talking wih Alan and waiting for Dale/Paul and Duke to get to weigh-in. It looked like Dale and Paul had about the same.

The bite was actually pretty good for post-frontal conditions. Just had too many little fish.

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