Several tournaments are on tap for 2022 that will be run by Tournament Coordinator Charlie Lepre.  Feel free to contact Charlie or his committee with any questions.

Charlie Lepre, Chairman, 401-204-3984
Luke Znosko, 401-529-1501
Bruce Bain, (401) 280-6845


2022 Yearlong Rules changes

New this year is the use of an Ace from a deck of cards to identify an entry for the Yearlong Tournament. An ace of any suit will serve as the 2022 marker. Just place it on or next to a fish before photographing it. Carry all four in case one gets wet or ruined. It’s your ace in the hole!

The playing card to use for the Spring and Fall Run tournaments will be announced by the Tournament Coordinator shortly before the start of the tournament.

Spring Run Classic

1st Place — Will Walker, 33 inches

2nd Place —

3rd Place —


2022 Tournament Calendar

2022 TournamentDatesDetails
Year-longApril 1
through
December 31
Affidavits can be downloaded for printing and submission when available
Leaderboard posted as entries are recorded
Spring Run ClassicJune 1, 6 PM
through
June 20, 12 PM
All RI waters from shore only
RISAA Spring Surf Fishing Club ChallengeJune 17, 6 PM
through
June 19, 6:30 AM
Inter-club challenge
All RI waters
2021 Team Champion – RIMS
Nelson Valles Four-Member ChallengeSeptember 9, 6 PM through
September 18, 12 PM
Teams are chosen at random
and will be announced prior to the event
RISAA Fall Surf Fishing Club ChallengeOctober 14, 6 PM
through
October 16, 6:30 AM
Inter-club challenge
Narrow River, Narragansett to Napatree Point, Westerly
2021 Team Champion – RISAA
Fall Run ClassicOctober 21, 6 PM
through
October 30, 12 PM
All RI waters

2022 Yearlong Tournament Leaderboard, Striped Bass

PlaceAnglerLength, inches
1Steve Paine36
2Will Walker33
3
4
5
Tournament ends December 31, Midnight

2022 Yearlong Tournament Leaderboard, Bluefish

PlaceAnglerWeight, pounds, ounces
1
2
3
Tournament ends December 31, Midnight

Past Tournament Winners can be found here


NV4M Challenge

Best Photo

Andrea in the suds


New Bluefish Rules

Two options are acceptable:

  • Weigh the fish at any official weigh station with a digital scale and obtain a signed receipt
  • Catch & Release – use a digital type scale to weigh the fish and obtain a witness signature

Then, follow the directions on the affidavit for recording your catch


Fish measurement and photographing

All fish entered into tournaments are to be clearly measured and photographed and show the tournament token.

Good example of fish measurement clearly showing ruler and ID card.