2016
RALLY FISHING
C.A.T.S STYLE
  A completely new way to competitive fish
  
Past Rally Results
  1. Morbi nunc odi
    June, 11 2016
    14 members fished Ed Turk took 1st and Big fish winning all the cash.
  1. Morbi nunc odi
    July 23, 2016
    18 members fished Glenn Flowers and David Reaves took 1st Donnie Thomas and Jason Thomas took big fish and second
  2. Morbi nunc odi
    July 23, 2016
    16 members fished Jamie Lee took 1st and Big fish winning all the cash.
Escambia
Yellow River
Choctawhatchee
  1. Morbi nunc odi
    September 30, 2016
21 MEMBERS FISHED. Steve Nousiaimen/ & Mitch Kurtis took the first place win with Joey Meeks winning the Big Fish. Glenn Flowers and David Reaves won second.
Choctawhatchee


RALLIES VS TOURNAMENTS
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What is a Rally?

Where are rallies held?

The Base and Watchman

  
When we talk about tournaments we think of big crowds and festival’s where communities meet to raise money for charity while observing and competing in high volume tournaments. Here at C.A.T.S we call them rallies. These are competitive events where only club members and guest gather to plan and fish against one another for cash and CATS STATS  “Later to come”
  
  
Rallies are private club events that will take place on an isolated sand bar somewhere along the chosen river. Sand Bars will also give members who do not have boats a chance to hang out at the Base camp and fish from the sand bars as well as give Club member’s their privacy from the crowded boat ramps.
  
  
The base will be our location to meet at. This is where club members may leave coolers, tints or anything they don’t need in their boats. There will always be one club member who watches the base. He will be the WATCHMAN. The watchman may also participate  in rallies. Watchmen get to participate in the rally for free.
Rally Meetings
  
The goal will be to have at least one rally a month. If enough members agree there could be several a months or even one a week. Rallies unlike tournaments can be very spontaneous and happen quickly. Flood waters can make hosting the rallies on Sand bars difficult; boat ramps might be an option if river conditions are not met.
  
  
Rallies do not need the Club Director to go on. Members can coordinate their own rallies if need be and approved by board members.
There must be at least 10 agreed members to launch a rally
  
Shore Line Fishing camping and food.
  
Hosting these rallies along shorelines and sand bars gives everyone a chance at catching fish and participating in the rally. These areas give us plenty of room to operate without the hassles of by-standers and vehicle traffic. Fish fry’s and overnight camping will also be a fun summer past time during rallies. Just because the rally is over does not mean you have to go home.