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Events

Boca-Morris Pass Fly Fishing Tournament 2018


Itinerary

Thursday, September 27th: Captains meeting at Haddrell’s Point Tackle (Mt. Pleasant location) starting at 7:00 pm.

Saturday, September 29th: Tournament day. Begins at Sunrise and will conclude at sunset.

Sunday, September 30th: Awards/ weigh-in and cookout for tournament. starts at 3:00pm and closes at 6:00pm (Please bring a side or dessert)

General Information:

Cost is $20.00 per angler. Register at either Haddrell’s location by end of business September 25th. Even if you cannot fish please join us for the cookout! We ask for a small donation to help with food costs.

Four division possible to enter: Team, Individual, Youth and Lady. Teams limited to two anglers. Division must be declared at start of tournament. (Youth and Ladies can fish on a team and still collect personal points for youth and lady divisions).


Rules:

-Tournaments emphasize “catch and release” philosophy.

-Inshore waters only (Demarcation line)

-Only Tidal Waters that are accessible by boat are eligible for points scoring. No impoundments or ponds.

-Results must be posted by 4:30pm on Sunday, at the cookout

-All techniques must conform to generally accepted fly fishing customs. No live or dead bait, No spinning or casting rods, No scent! Artificial FLY ONLY!

-Minimum size for any species is 12 inches.

-Most cumulative point will win.

-Photos of fish must be clear and easy to determine length if applicable and contain the token given at the captains meeting.

-Tournament fishing hours start at sunrise on Saturday and end at sunset. (Exact times are taken from Weather.com/ National Weather service).

*Tournament rules are created and upheld by the Tournament committee.

*Tournament subject to cancellation based on the weather, and rescheduled at the discretion of the tournament organizers


Eligible Species:

-Redfish, Trout , Ladyfish, Bluefish, Flounder, Spanish Mackerel, Shark, Tarpon, Jack Crevalle, Sheephead, and Black Drum.

Points:

1 point: Ladyfish, Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel
5 points: Trout, Redfish, Flounder

10 Points: Jacks, Sharks, Sheephead, Black Drum

20 points: Rare Catch (Cobia, Snook, Tripple tail, Pompano)

50 points: Tarpon

Grand Slam Award:

-Grand Slam is a special designation for catching a Redfish, Trout, and Flounder in one tournament day.

-Grand Slam Award will be given to the angler or team that presents their results first at the cookout, it will aslo add a 10 point bonus to the angler’s total point tally

Awards and Cookout:

At Haddrell’s Point Tackle & Supply (Mt. Pleasant location) from cookout from 12pm-6pm on Sunday Sept, 30th. Awards starting around 2:00pm.

Contact Info:

Any questions or concerns please call or email Wes Buchanan or Will Dudley at Flyshop@haddrellspoint.com, Will@haddrellspoint.com, 843-881-3644

Fishing Classes & Seminars — July 2018

 

Intermediate & Advanced Fly Fishing Class

  • July 14, 2018 from 9am-12pm (Mount Pleasant location)
  • This class will build upon last month’s ‘Beginner Fly Fishing Class’; but will cover more advanced fly fishing techniques.
  • This class will be 75$ and also limited to 10 people.
  • Call the Fly Shop to sign up at: 843-881-3644.

 

Fishing Classes & Seminars — June 2018

 

Jigging from Shallow to Deep Slide by Capt Ben Powers of Reel Time Charters

  • June 5, 2018 at 6:00pm (Charleston – West Ashley location)
  • Capt Ben Powers from Reel Time Charters will be discussing Jigging of all types.
  • The discussion will include the types of jigs, and how to pair them with the correct rod and reel.
  • Call 843-573-3474 or email Simon@haddrellspoint.com to RSVP.

 

Kid’s Fishing Classes

  • June 5-7, 2018 from 8am-10am or 10am-12pm (Mount Pleasant location)
  • Summer is here and so are the fish! Haddrell’s takes your young fisherman to the secret spot to try and catch some fish and crabs.
  • During the class kids will fish, crab, and learn how to throw a cast net.
  • Recommended for kids ages 4-10yrs. Designed for the beginner fisherman, we will provide everything you need(rod and reel, bait, tackle, etc) for a few hours with us on the water.
  • There are two separate classes each day so when you call please specify which day and what time slot you’d like to sign up for.
  • Each two hour class is limited to ten fishermen.
  • Parents are welcome to join so we just recommend the parents get a saltwater fishing license (can be purchased at Haddrell’s).
  • Cost is $75 per fishermen for a two hour class. Please call us at 843.881.3644 to sign up!

 

Kids Fishing Seminar (Conventional Gear)

  • June 23, 2018 from 8am-10am (Mount Pleasant location)
  • Join us for a morning of learning the basics of inshore fishing.
  • This seminar is a hands on class teaching knot tying, rig setups, ways to find more fish, picking the perfect inshore baits, and so much more.
  • Class is limited to ten kids(ages 8-15) and there is a $30 charge for the class.
  • Seats are limited so please call the shop to sign up 843.881.3644.

 

Kids Fishing Seminar (Fly Fishing Edition)

  • June 24, 2018 from 8am-10am (Mount Pleasant location)
  • Join us for a morning of learning the basics of inshore fishing with the fly.
  • This seminar is a hands on class teaching knot tying, ways to find more fish, picking the perfect inshore flies, a touch of fly casting and so much more.
  • Class is limited to ten kids(ages 8-15) and there is a $30 charge for the class.
  • Seats are limited so please call the shop to sign up 843.881.3644

 

Beginner Fly Fishing Class

  • June 30, 2018 from 9am-12pm (Mount Pleasant location)
  • This class will focus on the basics of fly fishing (casting, line management, fly selection, tides, etc.)
  • The class is free and will be limited to 10 people.
  • Seats are limited so please call the Fly Shop to sign up at: 843-881-3644

 

Fly Tying Night: Flood Tide Redfish Seminar with Capt. John Irwin

Come join us for Fly Tying Night on Wednesday, May 9 from 6-8pm
at Haddrell’s Point Tackle Fin to Feather store in Mount Pleasant. Captain John Irwin of Fly Right Charters will have a presentation about flood tide redfish. Then he will lead the whole class on how to tie one of his all-time favorite flies, the ‘Tailing Redfish Toad Fly’. This event is free and open to the public, but you have to RSVP in advance. Call 843-881-3644 to reserve your spot.
 
Below is a recipe of the materials you can bring to the seminar if you would like to follow along during the class:
Hook: Gamakatsu SC15 1/0
Body: EP Fibers – Tan/Olive
Tail: Magnum Rabbit Tan
Wing: Marabou Tan
Weedguard: Hard Mono 20 lb.

Fishing Classes & Seminars — May 2018

 

Ballyhoo Rigging and Bluewater Basics by Capt Adam Limbach and the Haddrell’s Point Crew

  • May 1, 2018 at 6:30pm (Charleston – West Ashley location)
  • Come learn how to rig a ballyhoo and some basic offshore tips and tricks to get you going for the upcoming trolling season.
  • Spots are limited.
  • Call 843-573-3474 or email Simon@haddrellspoint.com to RSVP.

 

South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council Public Hearing

  • May 8, 2018 at 6:00pm (Mount Pleasant location)
  • This event is FREE and open to the public and strongly encouraged to attend! For anyone concerned with the Snapper/Grouper Complex this is a great time to learn about processes and most importantly let your voice be heard.
  • Public hearings are considered an important step in the management process because they give stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about proposed actions and management measures being considered by the Council
  • Speak with Council members and staff about the draft amendments being considered, and give formal public comment on the record about their ideas and suggestions on the proposed measures.
  • More Details: http://safmc.net/safmc-meetings/public-hearings-scoping-meetings/

 

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