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UPDATED 2/22/14 Wasatch Back Quad-fishalon & RESULTS

Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 7:00am to Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 2:00pm

QUAD-FISHALON EVENT AT ROCKPORT RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY APRIL 12.  

Thank you everyone that registered for the Wasatch Back Quad-fishalon!  Here are the current standings for the tournament after the THIRD event at Jordanelle. The Jordanelle event was very exciting!  Several people brought in very large browns and rainbows.   The first number and the one that counts is LENGTH in mm.  The second number is weight in grams.  Remember, you can still register for each park event individually for $20 per event. 

1st:   CHRIS WILLIES                      1477 / 3673
2nd:  JAMES SKIDMORE                1422 / 3160                       
3rd:   KYLE SMART                         1386 / 3012                 
4th:   CHASE CAMERON                1307 / 2793                      
5th:  CHRIS ALLISON                     1302 / 2691           

*See the attached document for all the participant results.  

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First Annual Wasatch Back Quad-fishalon.  $5,000 in prizes!

East Canyon - January 25

Deer Creek - February 8

Rockport - February 15

Jordanelle - February 22

Enter your largest measured trout at each event and the person with the largest total measurements wins!  Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at each reservoir plus the grand tournament prizes of $500, $300, and $200 gift cards to Scheels for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers.  Additional prizes will also be rewarded at each reservoir. 

*REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. *  $70/person for all four events.  If you register the Friday or day of the event, you MUST print off your confirmation of payment.   You may also sign up in person at the first event at East Canyon.  

If you can't make all four, you may register for individual parks at www.stateparks.utah.gov or at each park on the day of the event, for that event only, at $20/person/park.   Please note:  dogs, OHV's and snowmobiles and not allowed at Deer Creek State Park.  

The Division of Wildlife Resources will be on hand at Deer Creek and Jordanelle with volunteers, a power auger, some equipment, and bait. Learn how to ice fish, what bait and tackle to use and if you're a seasoned angler, learn a few tricks to improve your fishing skills.

See attached files for complete rules.   

$70.00