Wyoming Game & Fish regulations state that the possesion limit is 6 fish. If you plan on fishing our events, make sure that by the start of our events you do not have any walleye in possession, either at home or in a cooler at camp. When you put a fish in your livewell during our event, it counts toward your limit for that day.
Contest participants should be aware of aquatic invasive species regulations, especially the inspection requirements. Any contest watercraft that has been in a water infested with zebra/quagga mussels within the last 30 days, is required to undergo a mandatory inspection by an authorized inspector prior to launching. Participants violating that regulation will be disqualified.
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We will be taking 30 teams that fish our qualifying events in 2015 (may be able to bring additional teams) to the Regional Championship.
The Walleye Stampede will be allowing 1 sub for the 2015 tournament season. If a sub is used the team will accumulate points for the Overall Points Standings, but not Team Of the Year.
OVERALL POINT STANDINGS will be used (if needed) to fill 30 spots to be asked to go to the Cabela's Regional Championship at Lake McConaughy in July. It will also be used for the NTC spots for 2015 NTC. (NTC spots are generally announced in Jan/Feb and number of spots are determined at that time)
Teams that do not utilize a sub will be in the running for our Team of The Year Honors. Team of the Year awards this season are...