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 Post subject: 2017 Dates and Formats
PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2016 6:12 am 
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Walleye

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Dates for 2017

Walleye May 28th- lake open
Bass June 18th- largemouth- lake open
Bass July 9th- largemouth/ Smallmouth Bay Only
Bass July 23- largemouth/ Smallmouth. Bay Only
Bass August 20- largemouth lake open
Peter Thompson Classic 2 Days
September 16 largemouth only lake open
September 17 largemouth/Smallmouth Bay only

For 2017 all Tournaments are 1 Day except for the Classic

There may be a couple more changes after the committee meets in the next couple weeks. These dates will not change.

Entry's will not be accepted before November 15th 2016


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2016 9:31 am 
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Minnow

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Looking at the schedule for 2017, all one day tournament is fine except they are all on Sunday. For out of town angler like me it take roughly 2 hours to get to Belleville. But going home on Sunday traffic to the GTA will take me more than 3 hours, for angler coming from SW Ontario it will be a nightmare. As for me I will only fish maybe 1 or 2 tournament and not the whole series for sure if is all on Sunday. Maybe the committee should look into holding some tournaments on Saturday.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2016 8:01 am 
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Walleye Master

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Location: kingston, ontario
jimmy would a 3pm weight in over 4 change it for you ?
getting home at 7 or 8pm doesn't sound bad to me.
Saturday pre-fishing for those that have to work all week ??
travel day for those making 5 hour drives etc.
Rather then the old get of at work at 4pm, grab boat. get to hotel room for 11pm.
Quinte is a professionally run series, if your not having a good day, you can weight in any time.
I fished for 3 years with a partner that had a 5 hour plus drive home, we often weighted in early, and weren't the only team doing that.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:44 am 
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Minnow

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Fireball, I have fished QFS for more than 5 years and is a well run series for sure. 3pm weight-in is ok with me but weighing early is not for me. A lot of the anglers that fishes QFS are local and if they can't find time to prefish for the tournament then something is wrong. As for me I work 5 day a week (Monday to Friday) like everyone else. I only have time to prefish on the weekend before the tournament, I don't prefish the day before the tournament. Please take it easy on me I am only talk about myself.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 11, 2016 9:29 am 
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Walleye Wisdom

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Location: bowmanville ont.
Never realized they were all on Sunday, kinda bites if you ask me, I wouldn't want to shorten the day, like the 4pm weigh in.

I think they should all be Saturdays with no prefishing the week before. :roll: :lol:

Make it more interesting! Lol

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2020 4:46 am 
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Goby

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As for me I will only fish maybe 1 or 2 tournaments and not the whole series for sure if is all on Sunday. Maybe the committee should look into holding some tournaments on Saturday. I use these tools for fishing LIVEWELL / FISHING TANK NET (WOOD HANDLE) - MZFN04X which is suitable & lightweaighted and easy to cary.


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