Snook Shindig, from Capt Scott Moore

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  • #418277
    ntaylor
    ntaylor
    Keymaster

    WILLIAM R. MOTE MEMORIAL SNOOK SHINDIG
    Multiple Dates  All Day
    Don’t let Mote’s snook tournament be “the one that got away!” On October 6 and 7, 2017, anglers can join our William R. Mote Memorial Snook Shindig- a catch, sample and release tournament targeting snook released by scientists from Mote’s Fisheries Ecology and Enhancement Program and our colleagues at Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
    Anglers of all ages can take home prizes (and new fish stories) in this tournament on Sarasota Bay. Participants will help Mote scientists find out how snook fare after being raised and released into the wild by Mote and FWC staff. We expect all anglers in the tournament to also comply with FWC Commission rules and regulations.
    Interested in sponsoring? Contact Kate Knepper at kknepper@mote.org or 941-388-4441 ext 393 for more information.
    The tournament will include:
    Mandatory Captain’s Meeting: 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Mote’s WAVE Center (former Sea Cinema), 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway on City Island, Sarasota
    Fishing: 7 p.m. Oct. 6 – noon Oct. 7 along Sarasota Bay from Venice to Cortez
    Awards Dinner: 5:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at Mote’s WAVE Center (former Sea Cinema)
    Pricing
    $40 registration for adults (18 and older)
    $50 registration for adults (18 and older) after Sept. 22
    $20 registration fee for 17 and younger
    $30 registration fee for 17 and younger after Sept. 22
    $30 banquet only
    Snook Shindig entry fee includes entry in the tournament, awards dinner, an event T-shirt, voluntary participation in raffles and lots of fun.
    DISCLAIMER (Check box below): By registering for the Snook Shindig, I agree that my participation, and that of my team, will constitute ONLY ethical catch-and-release fishing, with each fish released as soon as possible after its data are recorded. At all times, I agree to abide by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s regulations and best practices for fish handling along with all other applicable local, state and federal regulations.
    Mote Marine Laboratory is an independent, nonprofit, 501(c)3 marine science and conservation institution. Mote reserves the right to refuse any registration application for any Mote event, at any time, as part of the process of ensuring a safe, beneficial and lawful event. Our research-focused tournaments prioritize lawful and respectful conduct toward marine species and their environment, along with excellent scientific supervision for meaningful data collection to benefit fisheries science, conservation and management.

    Snook Shindig 2017
    Friday, October 6, 2017
    7:00 PM

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    ADULT (18 and older)
    (1 registrant)
    $40
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    discounted $10 if registered by Sept. 22, 2017

    YOUTH (17 and younger)
    (1 registrant)
    $20
    YOUTH (17 and younger), 1 registrant allowed, price $20
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    discounted $10 if registered by Sept. 22, 2017

    BANQUET DINNER ONLY
    (1 registrant)
    $30
    BANQUET DINNER ONLY, 1 registrant allowed, price $30
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    Guests welcome to join those fishing for our banquet

  • #418480
    ntaylor
    ntaylor
    Keymaster

    Don’t let Mote’s snook tournament be “the one that got away!” On November 3 and 4, 2017, anglers can join our William R. Mote Memorial Snook Shindig- a catch, sample and release tournament targeting snook released by scientists from Mote’s Fisheries Ecology and Enhancement Program and our colleagues at Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

    Anglers of all ages can take home prizes (and new fish stories) in this tournament on Sarasota Bay. Participants will help Mote scientists find out how snook fare after being raised and released into the wild by Mote and FWC staff. We expect all anglers in the tournament to also comply with FWC Commission rules and regulations.

    Interested in sponsoring? Contact Kate Knepper at kknepper@mote.org or 941-388-4441 ext 393 for more information.
    The tournament will include:

    Mandatory Captain’s Meeting: 6 p.m. Nov. 3 at Mote’s WAVE Center (former Sea Cinema), 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway on City Island, Sarasota
    Fishing: 7 p.m. Nov. 3 – noon Nov. 4 along Sarasota Bay from Venice to Cortez
    Awards Dinner: 5:30 p.m. Nov. 4 at Mote’s WAVE Center (former Sea Cinema)
    Pricing

    $40 registration for adults (18 and older)
    $50 registration for adults (18 and older) after Sept. 22
    $20 registration fee for 17 and younger
    $30 registration fee for 17 and younger after Sept. 22
    $30 banquet only

    Snook Shindig entry fee includes entry in the tournament, awards dinner, an event T-shirt, voluntary participation in raffles and lots of fun.The Snook Shindig Research Tournament is a catch, sample and release tournament with anglers helping Mote Marine Lab scientists to document contributions to the fishery of snook that were raised, tagged with tiny coded wire tags or passive integrated transponders (PIT tags), and released into Sarasota Bay.

     

    Register online at: https://mote.org/events/details/william-r.-mote-memorial-snook-shindig-2017
    Contact redfishlab@mote.org with questions.

  • #418490

    Carole L. Neidig
    Participant

    The new date for the William R. Mote Memorial Snook Shindig is November 3-4.  The times are the same.

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