Riss Lake Fishing Club

Fishing Club

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1.  How do I register?

Papers for registration are hanging on "A" boat dock.  Deposit papers along with entry fee into the wood box and we will see you at check in time.  Follow the link below to print off the forms for the tournaments.

Bass Tournament sign up sheet

Trout Tournament sign up sheet

Catfish Tournament sign up sheet

Crappie/Walleye Tournament sign up sheet 

2.  How much does it cost for a Tournament?

Cost ranges from $0-20 per angler to enter the tournament and will be announced at least a week prior.  Put the money with your form in the box to be included in the running for the prize at weigh in.

3.  What if I show up late?

There is no penalty, the rest of the entries just benefit from you having less time on the water.  Fill out your paperwork and weigh in is at the same time for everyone.  Typical start times are sunrise until noon, but will be announced at least a week prior.

Tournament Rules                                                                 

1.  What are the trout, bass, walleye, or crappie fishing rules?

Fishing method allowed is rod and reel, 2 poles per angler

2.  What are the catfish fishing rules?

Fishing methods allowed are rod, reel, or jugs, maximum 33 hooks per angler.

Tournament Pay Out                                                             

1.  How do I qualify for fish caught?

Fish must be weighed on digital scales and/or counted at check in.

2.  How is the bass tournament money divided?

 Format #1 Bass Rodeo

50% of the entry fee money awarded to the boat catching the most bass under 12",  50% of the entry fee money awarded to the angler with the heaviest bass.  Live bait allowed for under 12" bass, no limit on number of anglers per boat.

Format #2 Bass Tournament

50% of the entry fee money awarded to boat catching heaviest 5 bass, must be a minimum of 15 inches in length.  50% of entry fee money awarded to the angler with the heaviest bass.  Typical BASS rules apply, no live bait.  No limit on number of anglers per boat.

3.  How is the trout tournament money divided?

100% of entry fee money awarded to the angler with the heaviest trout at weigh in.

4.  How is the catfish tournament money awarded?

50% of entry fee money awarded to the angler catching the heaviest channel catfish and 50% of the entry fee money awarded to the angler catching the heaviest blue catfish.

 5.  How is the crappie/walleye tournament money awarded?

50% of entry fee money awarded to the angler catching the heaviest walleye and 50% of the entry fee money awarded to the boat catching the 5 heaviest crappie.

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