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APRA Small Fry Family Fishing tournament Arizona Saturday, April 23—Chaparral Lake

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 2011 APRA

Small Fry
Family Fishing
Small Fry Family Fishing
Saturday, April 23—Chaparral Lake
Hayden just south of McDonald in Scottsdale
All ages welcome—
kids, parents, grandparents, and individuals!
15 Tagged Catfish—$100 ea
1st Place Largest Fish-$150
2nd Place Largest Fish-$75
3rd Place Largest Fish-$25
(4 Species: Catfish,
Panfish, Bass and Trout)
must be legal length
7:00am- Registration Opens
7:45am- Tournament Orientation
8:00am- Start Time
12:00pm- Final Weigh-in
12:30pm- Awards
Registration at tournament entry fee
age 13 and under- $15
age 14 and above -$20
Don’t forget!
Please remember your first aid kit
An Urban Fishing License is required for ages 14+
Fishing licenses are not for sale on site
Those ages 14 and up are classified as adults for this tournament
The weigh-in station is open from 8:00a.m. –Noon
Registration and the weigh-in station will be at the information booth
Please release any fish you feel do not qualify for prizes. Live release of entered fish is encouraged after weigh-in
Security will be on site the day of the tournament and will be enforcing all applicable regulations
Only one pole per person allowed
A fish can only win one category
Minimum size limit on bass is 13”
Full set of rules provided on the day of the tournament
Contact Mark Mayer
(480) 816-5190 or


# Matt 2011-04-06 20:43
Thats a pretty good deal for those tagged catfish. Count me in.
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# steve 2011-04-06 20:42
There are some Good sized catfish in that lake. I've seen 10 pounders come out of there. Most are about 2 to 4 pounds.
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