Why do you have tailor which are mostly caught off the beach and Luderick and drummer which are fished for off the rocks in a trailerboat competition and you don’t have pearl perch?

February 8, 2016
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Why do you have tailor which are mostly caught off the beach and Luderick and drummer which are fished for off the rocks in a trailerboat competition and you don’t have pearl perch?

February 8, 2016
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When we chose the species, we needed to be mindful of the anglers who fish in the tournament (many families with children & non tournament scene regulars) plus which species are most likely to be caught in the area during the tournament. Tailor, Luderick, and Black Drummer fit the profile and are all readily caught from trailerboats. We also need to balance the range of species with estuary angling and offshore angling in mind to allow the smaller inshore boats an equal chance of winning against the larger offshore capable boats.
If things change in the future and these species become more readily available then they may be introduced. Nothing is written in concrete.

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