The Triton Board would like to invite our awesome membership to the 2019 Year End Meeting. The forecast is looking good and the fish are going to be plentiful . . . . so it is time to fill the freezer with some good eating filets. Meeting details: Meeting officially starts at 3:30pm at the Black Bear Diner in Monterey: 2450 N Fremont St, Monterey, CA 93940 You may arrive as early as 2:30pm to get a seat, ponder ordering up some food and hang out with your fellow members. King of the Tritons details: This is the last day to enter fish for the 2019 King of the Tritons Series. The weigh in starts at 3pm. You must have your fish at the weigh in location between 2:30pm to 3pm. Any fish arriving to the weigh in location after 3pm will not be allowed to score. The Fishy Triton details: The Fishy Triton is officially closed as of the last day of 2019. This was the first year that we hosted this type of event and we hope that you enjoyed it. But like anything, it may need to be tweaked a little for 2020 based on how the membership felt about it. If you have a thought, please let the board know or you may send an email to email@example.com 2020 Fishing License & New Regulations: Don't forget to get your 2020 fishing license and take a moment to review the updated regulations. Have a great day, dive safe and see you at the meeting.
The full rules are available in this post: https://www.montereybaytritons.org/forum/fishy-triton-2020/fishy-triton-rules-instructions-scores Current Scorecard: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VST8lAS0_PzpyVw0Eo3HPfmKnTbXilYHVv-uRs6cO9w/edit?usp=sharing To submit your fish, please: Make a post below with a quick story about your dive and the photos of your fish (note the special rules for Kelp vs Grass, Black vs Blue, and Canary & Vermilion rockfish, and for international species.) Note: Your post should begin with the number of species you are submitting, and which species those are. Example: "Submitting 3 species: lingcod, black & yellow rockfish, greenling" Resources for fish identification: Various species (most Northern Pacific recreational ocean fish): https://wdfw.wa.gov/species-habitats/species Rockfish: https://www.dfw.state.or.us/MRP/finfish/sp/rockfish.asp DOTY tournament species: http://doty.norcalkayakanglers.com/targets CA Marine Sportfish (pictures often poor): https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Fishing/Ocean/Fish-ID/Sportfish Various species: https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/fish-sharks