Submit Fishing Report

 

When submitting a fishing report and you would like to or, in the case of the 2016 Year Long Tournament, need to submit a picture with the report the link below will allow you to reduce the size of any image you have so that you can attach it as part of your report.

The main purpose of submitting a fishing report is to help fellow members become better fishermen. Please include USEFUL Information in the reports such as: bait used, time of day, weather conditions, depth of water, tide flow, general locations where you fished and what you caught with a picture. If the report is for a tournament entry then the Picture is REQUIRED.

Without all or some of this information it is “not” considered a fishing report.

CLICK HERE TO REDUCE A PHOTO X

To reduce your photo to a size that will transmit click the link above and leave all the settings as they are when you get to the page.  Upload the photo you want to resize then go directly to #4.  At #4 leave the first box the way it is, in the second box type 640, got to box 3 and type in 480.  Go to the bottom of the page and click “Resize Image”.  The image is now the correct size to load on the FOC website so go  to the right to the  button that says “Download Image” and click.  Select where you want to save the resized image.  You will now be able to upload the resized picture from where you have the picture saved to the Fishing Report.

When you have reduced the size of the picture save it on your computer, then complete the fishing report and upload the picture on the form below.  If you have questions call Frank Bellizio 727-597-0741 or Chet Jasak 727-385-3193. You will need to submit a fishing report with the picture of the fish for the 2016 year long fishing tournament so

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9.20.17 Offshore

Name of Captain Mike Kaplan
Where were you fishing? Offshore
Is this a tournament entry Fishing Report Yes
Date you went fishing 09-20-2017
Your Name Rick Uffa
Mike Brumley & my-self ( rick Uffa) got invited out with Mike for a off shore trip. As usual early departure at Nick’s park.

The sea gods were extra special to us on the way out, flat as a pancake all the way out, but she show her furry on the way home. Mike said was suppose to be only 10 KNOTS with a east wind, WRONG is was more like 15-20  and to boot it was a north wind. It was the roughest ride we ever had coming in. Almost 3 hrs to go 45 miles.

The fish bite was good, we got 5 keeper red grouper with Mike B getting the biggest one. The smallest one was 24″.  We could have limited out on ARS if they were still open and they were all nice ones too. We were catching them on  live pins and  frozen sardines.

I video taped the catch of the day. But I had the  camera set a little too high, so it’s not that great of a video.

Mike and Rick 9.20

Mike B 9.20

Mike K 9.20.b

Mike K 9.20

Mike B and I want to thank Mike for a good day of catching and safe day on the water.

Rick Uffa

https://youtu.be/VzCRYpAvOHE

 

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