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Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by caneycat, Jan 31, 2008.
Can the fish be caught on something other than R&R to enter them in the hall of fame?
BOC Hall of Fame entries must have been caught after you were a BOC member and the fish must have been caught on rod and reel. Go to the HOF for your St. and click on "submit entry" for the full list of rules.
rod and reel !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here ya go Dylan.
Effective January 1, 2007
[*]You must be an active BOC member with at least 10 posts on the forum boards.
[*]The fish must have been caught AFTER you became a BOC member .
[*]You must have a valid avatar posted as well as your first name and state of residence posted in your profile.
[*]The fish must have been caught AFTER January 1, 2005.
[*]The fish must have been caught with rod & reel by you.
[*]You must submit one picture showing you and the fish you are submitting.
[*]Your entry will be posted under the state it was caught in.
[*]Before submitting your entry, check the Hall of Fame for that state to be sure your fish weighs at least 1 pound more than the 3rd place fish for that state and species.
[*]Entries promoting competing sites will not be accepted. (i.e. wearing shirts/hats that show a competitor's logo or name in the picture)
[*]Every field must be answered - INCOMPLETE FORMS WILL BE REFUSED FOR ENTRY!
We realize this form is lengthy but please remember that this info will not only showcase you and your fish, it will also be a teaching/learning experience for others.
Next thing ya know, they will require that it be CPR'd too. :sad2:
It should be already. Tony what do you have against CPR? Dont you like catching trophy fish.:big_smile:
Thank you guys!
How long dose it take for my fish shows up in the hall of fame?
Dylan, I don't have a clue how long it will take. You can send a pm to Cattledogz ( BARB), she is the one that handles them and she should be able to give you an idea. I sent in 3 entries for Oklahoma Monday but didn't ask how long it would be.
It can take a while. I sent in a blue that I caught last summer and it still hasn't made it up. I think Barb stays pretty buisy.
yep i sent in a flathead last summer too, it hasnt showed up yet either. take a while.
Tony, don't forget you can always CPR the fish into Lake Crisco. :wink: