2019 JPT Virtual Fishing Tourney Leaderboard

JPT VIRTUAL FISHING TOURNEY PRESENTED BY TACTACAM LEADERBOARD

This contest gets underway July 1, 2019 and runs through August 11, 2019.

Check back during the contest to see who's leading in the JPT Virtual Fishing Tourney Presented by Tactacam. The leaders listed below are from recently submitted entries -you could be the one to take their place on the leaderboard! Check the contest rules and enter your fish on the contest app.

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Grand Slam Game Fish (3 biggest fish including one each of Bass, Walleye and Northern Pike)

1st-  Mason Doucette  60.75-inches

2nd-  Hunter Lease  45.00-inches

3rd-  Andrew Kjeldergaard  44.50-inches

Grand Slam Panfish (3 biggest fish including one each of Crappie, Sunfish and Perch)

1st-  Bryant Richardson  23.75-inches

2nd-  Carter Minske  10.00-inches

3rd-  Davis Erickson  10.00-inches

Bass (largest single fish)

1st-  Jay Ellingson  20.50-inches

2nd-  Noah Ledermann  18.75-inches

3rd-   Mason Doucette  18.75-inches

Walleye (largest single fish)

1st-  Nick Anderson  25.oo-inches

2nd-  Aaron Carlson  24.00-inches

3rd-  Mason Doucette  19-inches

Northern Pike (largest single fish)

1st-  Andrew Kjeldergaard  29-inches

2nd-  Hunter Lease  27-inches

3rd-  Bryant Richardson  25.00-inches

Crappie (comprised of 3 biggest fish on a virtual stringer)

1st-  Carter Minske  10.00-inches

2nd-  Davis Erickson 10.00-inches

3rd-  Bryant Richardson 9.00-inches

Sunfish (comprised of 3 biggest fish on a virtual stringer)

1st-  Max Lawrence  27.50-inches

2nd-  Evan Luebben  25.75-inches

3rd-  Haley Barnes  21.75-inches

Perch (comprised of 3 biggest fish on a virtual stringer)

1st-  Bryant Richardson  19.00-inches

2nd-  Noah Zeleny  7.75-inches

 

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