2016 The MidAtlantic
Payout Summary
Jupiter 50 and Under $48,880.00
My Port Calcutta - CAPE MAY $195,520.00
My Port Calcutta - OCEAN CITY $244,400.00
MidAtlantic $372,240.00
In Deep $755,760.00
Little & OReilly / Merrill Lynch White Marlin Pro Jackpot $488,800.00
Blue Marlin Pro Jackpot $287,640.00
SeaKeeper Tuna Pro Jackpot $186,120.00
Tuna Dolphin Wahoo $270,250.00
Ray Catena On The Board Reward $253,800.00
Atlantic Tackle Billfish Points Calcutta - CAPE MAY $19,740.00
Atlantic Tackle Billfish Points Calcutta - OCEAN CITY $36,660.00
Total Payout $3,159,810.00
Boats Entered 157

2016 The MidAtlantic
Catch Summary
Species Lnd Rel Total
White Marlin 30 768 798
White Marlin LATE 0 12 12
Blue Marlin 5 25 30
Tuna 36 1 37
Wahoo 7 0 7
Dolphin 17 0 17
Total: 95 806 901

Points & Prizes

HIGH BOAT AWARDS

Valuable trophies will be awarded to the winners of the following categories

MOST POINTS WHITE MARLIN

2nd MOST POINTS WHITE MARLIN

3rd MOST POINTS WHITE MARLIN

MOST POINTS BLUE MARLIN

2nd MOST POINTS BLUE MARLIN

3rd MOST POINTS BLUE MARLIN

MOST POINTS TUNA

2nd MOST POINTS TUNA

3rd MOST POINTS TUNA

MOST POINTS OVERALL*

*Both Marlin and Tuna Points Qualify

POINT SYSTEM FOR SCORING

White Marlin - 75 points per release,

1 point per pound for fish equal to or over the minimum weight.

Blue Marlin - 150 points per release,

5 point per pound for fish equal to or over the minimum weight.

Tuna - Only fish 50 pounds and over count in point categories,

.5 point per pound.

IMPORTANT

The minimum weight limits to win cash in The MidAtlantic are as follows:

WHITE MARLIN - 65 pounds

BLUE MARLIN - 400 pounds

TUNA - 50 pounds

Species eligible for cash prizes in the tuna category shall be limited to yellowfin (Allison), big eye, and longfin (true albacore). No bluefin, bonito, skipjack, etc.

DOLPHIN, WAHOO - No Minimum Weight

Federal law prohibits the boating of billfish

under the following size limits:

WHITE MARLIN - 66 inches   |   BLUE MARLIN - 99 inches

These limits apply to the lower jaw-fork length (tip of the lower jaw to the fork of the tail) of the fish. A billfish under the minimum size must be released by cutting the line near the hook without removing the fish from the water.

Under no circumstances may a fish not meeting the Federal and/or State minimum size limits, regardless of weight, be boated and/or brought back to the dock.

South Jersey Tournaments will not be responsible for any fine or penalty incurred by any angler who boats a billfish or tuna which does not meet the Federal and/or State size limit requirements or other restrictions. It is the responsibility of the angler to be aware of current Federal and/or State regulations regarding the catching and/or boating of the various species of fish eligible in this tournament. Fish which do not meet the Federal and/or State size limit requirements will not be eligible for prizes, regardless of weight.

*Prize money will be paid to official registrant or their designees.

 

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