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HOW TO REGISTER:

  1. Like Women Anglers of Minnesota Facebook Page - All tournament information & weekly and tournament winners will be posted here
  2. Download the FishDonkey App in the Apple or Google Play Store - The App is FREE!
  3. Open App on your smartphone and register 
  4. Click Fish In a Tournament
  5. Select "Ice Queen Virtual Ice Fishing Tournament"
  6. Click Join Now
  7. READ the rules (see below) to the contest to ensure your entries are accepted no exceptions

 

2020 Ice Queen

Virtual Ice Fishing Tournament Rules

  • Contest will run from January 1, 2020 to February 28th, 2020
  • Eligible Anglers are Female, Age 18 years old and up
  • Two Categories will be eligible for prizes
    • Crappie Stringer of 10 fish – Longest Total Length will win (combined length of 10 crappies) White and Black Crappie are eligible species
    • Walleye Stringer of 10 fish – Longest Total Length will win (combined length of 10 walleyes)
  • All fish must be caught and released by the female angler submitting the fish
  • All crappies must be caught through the ice and in the United States, no fish caught in the open water are allowed to be submitted.
  • All fish must be submitted through the Fish Donkey App, this app can be downloaded for free at the app store.
  • A photo of the fish on an approved measuring device (see below), a photo of the female angler holding their catch and a video release of the fish must accompany each submission all of which must be done through the app live. You WILL NOT be able to submit photos from your photo library on your phone.
  • Any fish that is discolored or frozen will not be eligible for submission
  • There is no limit to how many crappies or walleyes can be submitted, the app will automatically take the 10 longest fish.
  • Measurements will be submitted at ¼ increments. For example if your catch is just slightly over 10.25 inches, it will be submitted as 10.25 inches. To submit for 10.50 inches your catch must be at or over the 10.50 inch mark on the measuring device.
  • The Tournament Director will review all photo submissions and will approve or deny a submission based upon the submission criteria.
  • The Tournament Director reserves the right to correct measurements at their discretion. Example the angler submits a Crappie at 9.0 inches, but after review the Tournament Director does not agree with the measurement and feels the length is 8.75 inches, they will make that change and approve the submission.
  • Photos must be of the whole fish on the measuring device and the photo must show clearly the numbers, if the numbers cannot be read on the ruler, The mouth must be closed and the lip touching the end of the measuring device, belly of the fish facing the angler taking the photo of their fish.
  • Pinching of the tail is allowed when photographing the fish for measurement
  • An approved measuring device must be a solid metal or plastic device with a 90-degree bend at the 0 mark. No measuring tapes or sticker measuring devices will be accepted. The device MAY NOT be homemade, it must be commercially made to ensure consistency of measurement.
  • The Tournament Director reserves the right to make changes to the rules at any time.
  • The winner will be determined by the most inches for their stringer in each species category. In event of a tie, a coin toss will be held to determine the winner and the loser of the coin toss will be moved to the next placement spot.

Acceptable Measuring Device

As noted above in the rules ALL measuring devices must be commercially made (no homemade devices) A bump board is required that has a 90 degree bend which will act as the 0 mark and have marks that at minimum mark every 1/4 inch. PLEASE try and avoid light color board with light markings as it can make it difficult to read in a photo. If we can't clearly read the has marks the submission will not be accepted as a submission.

Prizes:

·         The top 15 will receive prizes in each category (please see prize listing below)

·         Each week, a wild card prize will be selected via random draw. Winners will be posted on the Women Anglers of Minnesota Facebook Page

Crappie Category

1st Place:  Nebulus Emergency Flotation Device

2nd Place:  Women’s Glacier Ice Suit from Ice Armor by Clam

3rd Place:  C360 Thermal Hub Shelter

4th Place:  Vexilar Fish Phone

5th Place:  Big Buddy Heater

6th Place:  One-year Supply (26 Packs) of Johnsonville Brats

7th Place:  Amped Outdoors 12AH Lithium Battery

8th Place:  Clam Gravity Elite Reel

9th Place:  Buddy Heater

10th Place:  Johnsonville Brat Cooker

11th Place:  Jason Mitchell Dead Meat Stick Combo

12th Place:  $50 Cabelas Gift Card

13th Place:  Women’s Ice Armor Gloves

14th Place:  5 Dave Genz Drop Kicks and 5 Packages of Maki Plastics

15th Place:  Ice Armor by Clam Renegade Neck Gaiter

Walleye Category

1st Place:  Jiffy E6 Lightning Electric Ice Auger

2nd Place:  Clam Kenai Pro Thermal Flip Over Shack

3rd Place:  Vexilar FS-800 Reconditioned Fish Scout Underwater Camera

4th Place:  Clam Drill Auger Conversion Kit

5th Place:  Big Buddy Heater

6th Place:  $100 Cabelas Gift Card

7th Place:  Amped Outdoors 12AH Lithium Battery

8th Place:  Clam Gravity Elite Reel

9th Place:  Buddy Heater

10th Place: Johnsonville Brat Cooker

11th Place: Jason Mitchell Dead Meat Stick Combo

12th Place: $50 Cabelas Gift Card

13th Place:  Women’s Ice Armor Gloves

14th Place:  5 Dave Genz Drop Kicks and 5 Packages of Maki Plastics

15th Place:  Ice Armor by Clam Renegade Neck Gaiter

Wild Card Prizes: Each week we will random draw from submissions, winner will receive 2 Clam Jigs and 5 Packages of Maki Plastics.

Week 1: Drawn January 13th

Week 2: Drawn January 20th

Week 3: Drawn January 27th

Week 4: Drawn February 3rd

Week 5: Drawn February 10th

Week 6: Drawn February 17th

Week 7: Drawn February 24th

 



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