|Minutes of the Meeting:
The September 2003 meeting of the Pensacola Hawg Hunters was brought to order at 7:00 p.m. on September 17, 2003. The meeting was held at the Seafood Shanty on Hwy 29 and was presided over by President Dave Dyess. There were 20 members present.
Members Of The Board:
Asst. Tournament Director
A Little Salt:
The annual club picnic is this weekend, September 28 , at the Blue Angel Park, festivities will begin at 1pm. There are 45 people slated to attend, it should be a great time. Blue Angel Park is located off of Hwy 98 W. on the left before crossing the Lillian bridge, look for the big billboard sign.Don't forget to bring your own drinks, the picnic is always a fun time so come on out and enjoy. Ken Repine was voted in as our newest member of the Pensacola Hawg Hunters, his sponsor was Wayne Thomley.
Welcome to the club Ken.
Club due's are due by the end of the Nov. meeting, due's are $40 per year. Don't forget. Starting in November, the first tournament of the 2004 season, Frank Kelly will be starting a
"BOAT-BET",This is strictly voluntary, the boat-bet is $5.00 per person per boat, if your partner does not want to participate in the boat-bet, you can pay the $5.00 for him and his total weight will be counted towards your total weight for the tournament. Two-Day tournaments will be one bet, $10.00 per person per boat. Entry's must be paid at the meeting in cash, no exceptions.
See attached link listing of all proposed
constitution and tournament rule changes. "Reminder" All proposed changes will be voted on at the October meeting, there will be no discussion on the changes proposed, just clarification.
Every active member of the club needs to try and be at the meeting if at all possible.
The following people were nominated for the 2004 season E-Board positions.
Assist Tourn Dir:
Other nominations will be accepted from the floor at the October mtg.
The September tournament was held on Appalachicola out of the Breakaway Lodge. There were 18 Hawg Hunters present to fish at safe daylight. Safe daylight was around 6:05 a.m., everyone was ready and waiting, the weather was perfect for once and the water was looking good, once blast off started, boats went towards the bay, the lake and up the river hoping to get their line stretched. Some thought the boo-ray
fish had an excellent chance of being caught this tournament.
At the end of day two yours truly Rich Carnelius had the largest bag with 8 fish and 17.50 lbs.
Ken Repine did catch a nice largemouth that weighed in at 5.35 lbs on day two but unfortunately he was not in the boo-ray. His guide for the tournament was Pete Potter.
Once again it lives for another day.
The quality of the fish caught was good, there wasn't a lot of fish caught, only four limits, but still it turned out to be a fun time. Most of the fish were caught on plastics, some crank baits and flukes for the top water bite. The big fish for day one weighed in at 3.55 lbs, it made Terry Smith a happy person. Day two, Ken Repine took it hands down with a very nice 5.35 bucket mouth, both Terry and Ken were the non-boater, great job guys.