Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

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Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby Sacto John » Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:38 am

Its good to see that the AC/WRL is drawing so well. Its a testament to Danny Peluso who runs a good circuit. I wish I was in a position to fish these again.
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby Brian Linehan » Wed Jan 12, 2011 8:14 am

Damn! 95 boats! That's awesome.

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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby elfish16 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 8:34 am

i wonder what the so cal WRL is going to draw?
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby RMANZO » Wed Jan 12, 2011 3:00 pm

great turnout :D :D man, you guys keep increasing the amount a team can win in a year,( $6000 OR LESS IN A YEAR)
and i might be out there :P :P :P :P good work, now get em ready for my aba next season :D :D
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby TritonBrent » Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:28 pm

Danny draws boats! Great TD!!

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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby Mike » Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:35 pm

2) PARTICIPANTS AND ELIGIBILITY: No team or individual will be allowed to fish if they individually or collectively have won more than $5000 and/or finished in the top 10 in the points race in a Pro-Teams or Pro-Am event during a given season. Money won from the back seat of a Pro/Am event or AC/WRL TOC does not count towards an individual’s winnings. Also, any individual(s) that are found to be a highly qualified team based on points races (top 5 in the angler of the year races) of any other circuit may be asked to fish at the pro level and not participate in the AC/WRL events. Final decision of all contestants being allowed to participate will be at the tournament directors’ discretion. Any angler who has qualified for a Pro Championship of any pro trail (100% BASS, B.A.S.S., F.L.W., EVERSTART, WESTERN BASS, W.O.N., ANGLER’S CHOICE, WEST COAST BASS, FEDERATION, REDMAN or CBC) in the past 10 years is ineligible to fish as an amateur on the AC/WRL tour. All participants must be current members of U.S. Anglers Choice to be eligible to participate.
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby calfisher71 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:48 pm

Great circuit,great people,run fast,fair, spent 5 years growing my skills there before moving up started at the bottom and worked my way up. Good to see the Motherlode have such a great turnout! Geat job!
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby calfisher71 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:50 pm

The money!

Place Boater Non-Boater Fish Bigbass Weight Winnings
1 ALBERT OLIVER RUSSEL HERRING 5 0 13.1 $3,440.00
2 BILL BOND JAIME CARATACHEA 5 2.85 12.87 $1,950.00
3 VICTOR GOMEZ MIKE GOMEZ 5 3.16 12.22 $1,620.00
4 MATT BEEVERS NICK BEEVERS 5 2.78 12.22 $785.00
5 RICH HALE JIM HENRY 5 2.76 11.33 $610.00
6 DENNIS BINGHAM JASON HIGGINBOTHAM 5 2.47 11.2 $465.00
7 BRAD MIKKELSON LOREN HAYES 5 2.56 11.17 $325.00
8 MATTHEW SCHUT JUSTIN HEARD 5 3.32 11.15 $1,025.00
9 MARVIN VAUGHN MIKE GRAHAM 5 2.62 11.07 $190.00
10 JEREMY WATNEY TONY MATUSKA 5 0 10.98 $170.00
11 CHARLES PEAK BOB NATHAN 5 2.88 10.96 $255.00
12 TRAVIS MATHEWS BILLY GONZALES 5 2.44 10.9 $140.00
13 AARON WALKER DENNIS UBER 5 2.51 10.82 $130.00
14 ERIC SOUZA STEVE CARDOZA 5 2.26 10.41 $125.00
15 STEVE BLACK 5 3.02 10.39 $300.00
16 JIMMY CLAWSON GERALD CLAWSON 5 2.45 10.37 $105.00
17 SCOTT ROUHIER ROBERT LINDEN 5 0 10.3 $100.00
18 JONATHAN MYERS JIM MYERS 5 2.57 10.22 $95.00
19 GARRETT VOIGT DOUG VOIGT 5 0 10.16 $89.00
20 WILL COOK KENNY DORAN 5 0 10.04 $0.00
21 BENJAMIN BROOM MICHAEL GOODWIN 5 2.4 9.98 $0.00
22 DENNIS MURPHY DANNY MURPHY 5 2.46 9.97 $0.00
23 STEVE MELANDER ALEX MAXWELL 5 0 9.96 $0.00
24 GREGORY PAMINTO RUDY ACEVES 5 1.96 9.91 $0.00
25 JOHN LOVERIN EMILIO MANTUA 5 0 9.91 $0.00
26 BRANDON DIAMOND BRANDON KAMPLAIN 5 0 9.78 $0.00
27 A.J. FRANK MIKE FRANK 5 0 9.7 $0.00
28 MIKE JACKSON CODY JACKSON 5 2.66 9.7 $0.00
29 BILL SCHARTON JEFF EDDINGS 5 3.09 9.69 $270.00
30 HARRY MARKARIAN JOSSPH VARNA JR. 5 2.43 9.66 $0.00
31 MIKE LAHMAN STEPHEN BROYLES 5 2.83 9.65 $0.00
32 KIRK LIZAMA ANDREW MILLS 5 0 9.63 $0.00
33 KENNY SHEPHERD JOHN BRAZIEL 5 0 9.48 $0.00
34 KENT HUDSON PHIL ADIARTE 5 2.17 9.44 $0.00
35 JOHN GENTRY DON BUIE 5 2.6 9.43 $0.00
36 JEFF AMSTUTZ SARA AMSTUTZ 5 2 9.34 $0.00
37 TRACY PATTON ED LARSON 5 2.26 9.34 $0.00
38 TOM GOMEZ CALEB SIEGEL 5 0 9.26 $0.00
39 MARK GOMEZ RUBIN GOMEZ 5 2.53 9.22 $0.00
40 RYAN ACCARDO LARRY ACCARDO 5 0 9.17 $0.00
41 RON PITTS JEREMY PITTS 5 2.18 9.13 $0.00
42 JOHN GALLARDO ADAM MOORE 5 2.27 9.08 $0.00
43 JEFF HOBBS KEITH MCGRAW 5 0 9.01 $0.00
44 BRANDON GAITHER KYLE GENTRY 5 2.67 8.98 $0.00
45 WALLY CARPENTER STAN PANERO 5 0 8.94 $0.00
46 JAMES L. ADAMS KEVIN MCGRAW 5 0 8.93 $0.00
47 SHANE SORIANO MICHAEL SORIANO 5 0 8.93 $0.00
48 BRYAN ALBERS DANNY ANDERSON 5 0 8.89 $0.00
49 LANCES LEMING KIP KINGSLAND 5 2.12 8.86 $0.00
50 NEVADA BRETZ CHAD SMITH 5 2.02 8.82 $0.00
51 KYLE DEKLEVA ED VACA 5 2.15 8.8 $0.00
52 STEVE GEE TODD IWAMOTO 5 0 8.68 $0.00
53 STEVE MARINO RYAN VILMUR 5 2.11 8.58 $0.00
54 MEL BIGGS WAYNE PRICOLO 5 0 8.51 $0.00
55 EMILIO RUIZ FRED RUIZ 5 2.63 8.4 $0.00
56 DON FREEMAN ZACHARY AZEVEDO 5 0 8.37 $0.00
57 KEVIN EVANS DOYLE MCEWEN 5 0 8.3 $0.00
58 STEVE PESTER RON WEAVER 5 0 8.3 $0.00
59 DAVID COLE RON SELK 5 2.04 8.04 $0.00
60 GARY CROSBY CURTIS CROSBY 5 0 7.99 $0.00
61 MIKE GOODMAN BILL GOODMAN 5 0 7.9 $0.00
62 LARRY FREEMAN MIKE FREEMAN 5 0 7.88 $0.00
63 JEFF TRUAX CHAD LEON 5 0 7.86 $0.00
64 RON RUSHING DON BAYS 5 0 7.86 $0.00
65 GREG VAZQUEZ BILL BEAUCHEMIN 5 0 7.83 $0.00
66 DARIN MAHY RONALD MAHY 5 2.06 7.77 $0.00
67 TERRY BENNETT DENNIS HAUSCHEL 5 0 7.71 $0.00
68 SETH ROWE CHRIS ROWE 4 0 7.61 $0.00
69 TREVOR GRAY BRANDON GRAY 5 2.34 7.52 $0.00
70 MATT SILVEIRA KENNY KEYS 4 0 7.43 $0.00
71 CHRIS PETERS DARRYL PETERS 5 0 7.36 $0.00
72 DAN PERKINS JR JOHN LIECHTY 4 2.21 7.14 $0.00
73 MIKE PLOHARZ MICHAEL PAIR 5 0 7.11 $0.00
74 TOM RICHARDS JOHN WALKER 4 0 6.91 $0.00
75 JOHN GRISSOM CURT GRISSOM 3 0 6.74 $0.00
76 BRUCE GOWANS STEVE ZAGAR 5 0 6.67 $0.00
77 JASON BRETZ LOGAN GARGANO 3 2.67 6.16 $0.00
78 DAVID WALTMAN JOSH GOMES 3 0 4.86 $0.00
79 BRIAN JOHNSON DESTINY JOHNSON 2 0 4.16 $0.00
80 GARTH JANTZ DEREK JANTZ 2 0 3.55 $0.00
81 ALBERT ANDERSON KELLY ANDERSON 2 0 3.52 $0.00
82 ROBERT FREEMAN BEN MCGUIRE 2 0 3.32 $0.00
83 TONY HEIN JEROMYALBRECHT 1 2.44 2.44 $0.00
84 REYNOLD HYSELL JOHN SIMPSON 1 1.84 1.84 $0.00
85 MIKE CARPENTER DAVE JOHANNES 1 1.62 1.62 $0.00
86 LUIS MARTINEZ JOSHUA PRUDHEL 0 0 0 $0.00
86 JIM KING GREG MARTINEZ 0 0 0 $0.00
86 KEVIN BLOOM RYAN KAMPLAIN 0 0 0 $0.00
86 MIKE TAYLOR MIKE TAYLOR JR. 0 0 0 $0.00
86 NICK BRAZIL FRANK ALVES 0 0 0 $0.00
86 SCOTT NORTON ERIC ANSON 0 0 0 $0.00
86 JASON HOPPER WILLIAM VERNON 0 0 0 $0.00
86 JARED PERKINS BOB PERKINS 0 0 0 $0.00
86 ADAM FRENCH ROBERT WIGGINS 0 0 0 $0.00
86 RAD BREWER DAVID HEMM 0 0 0 $0.00
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby Jesse Austin » Wed Jan 12, 2011 8:11 pm

Thats awesome. I hope who ever is in charge of the so cal region starts spreading the word. I barely hear anything about it. Since its a new region it might need some help. That would be great to get those kinda numbers.....

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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby g-man » Wed Jan 12, 2011 8:14 pm

Mike wrote:2) PARTICIPANTS AND ELIGIBILITY: No team or individual will be allowed to fish if they individually or collectively have won more than $5000 and/or finished in the top 10 in the points race in a Pro-Teams or Pro-Am event during a given season. Money won from the back seat of a Pro/Am event or AC/WRL TOC does not count towards an individual’s winnings. Also, any individual(s) that are found to be a highly qualified team based on points races (top 5 in the angler of the year races) of any other circuit may be asked to fish at the pro level and not participate in the AC/WRL events. Final decision of all contestants being allowed to participate will be at the tournament directors’ discretion. Any angler who has qualified for a Pro Championship of any pro trail (100% BASS, B.A.S.S., F.L.W., EVERSTART, WESTERN BASS, W.O.N., ANGLER’S CHOICE, WEST COAST BASS, FEDERATION, REDMAN or CBC) in the past 10 years is ineligible to fish as an amateur on the AC/WRL tour. All participants must be current members of U.S. Anglers Choice to be eligible to participate.


In a 6 tournaments per season Pro teams series 5000 dollars is a pretty good season. With the low numbers in Team events I'd bet if you won 5000.00 in a season you prolly won AOY, or close at least! (Unless one team just smashed on the field) I fished 100% bass future pro, and then it became 100% bass WRL, and I have watched it go from 3000.00 cap to 4000.00 cap, and now as AC WRL 5000.00 cap! When will the "Rookie" term be gone?

6000 next year? Just sayin.

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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby Grape Ape » Thu Jan 13, 2011 5:32 am

In a 6 tournaments per season Pro teams series 5000 dollars is a pretty good season. With the low numbers in Team events I'd bet if you won 5000.00 in a season you prolly won AOY, or close at least! (Unless one team just smashed on the field) I fished 100% bass future pro, and then it became 100% bass WRL, and I have watched it go from 3000.00 cap to 4000.00 cap, and now as AC WRL 5000.00 cap! When will the "Rookie" term be gone?

6000 next year? Just sayin.

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g-man, Here's FPT's:

You are NOT eligible to fish the Future Pro Tour if any of the following apply: If you have earned $6,000 or more (in cash) individually or as part of a team in any one season - two times. Please note that money won as an amateur in Pro/Am competition or specialty events is excluded.

They already past that.

I just noticed that (In cash)....does that mean if you get a check it doesn't count?

I'm not hating either because I'm already fishing WRL and we may fish FPT also. Why? It's cheaper and even though the payouts also "cheaper"....they're not bad...especially with WRL.
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby Grape Ape » Thu Jan 13, 2011 5:35 am

I forgot to give a plug for Danny Peluso......he's one of the very best....a little winded :D but, a very knowledgeable, caring, and involved TD. Thanks Danny!
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby sTony » Thu Jan 13, 2011 8:59 am

g-man wrote:
Mike wrote:2) PARTICIPANTS AND ELIGIBILITY: No team or individual will be allowed to fish if they individually or collectively have won more than $5000 and/or finished in the top 10 in the points race in a Pro-Teams or Pro-Am event during a given season. Money won from the back seat of a Pro/Am event or AC/WRL TOC does not count towards an individual’s winnings. Also, any individual(s) that are found to be a highly qualified team based on points races (top 5 in the angler of the year races) of any other circuit may be asked to fish at the pro level and not participate in the AC/WRL events. Final decision of all contestants being allowed to participate will be at the tournament directors’ discretion. Any angler who has qualified for a Pro Championship of any pro trail (100% BASS, B.A.S.S., F.L.W., EVERSTART, WESTERN BASS, W.O.N., ANGLER’S CHOICE, WEST COAST BASS, FEDERATION, REDMAN or CBC) in the past 10 years is ineligible to fish as an amateur on the AC/WRL tour. All participants must be current members of U.S. Anglers Choice to be eligible to participate.


In a 6 tournaments per season Pro teams series 5000 dollars is a pretty good season. With the low numbers in Team events I'd bet if you won 5000.00 in a season you prolly won AOY, or close at least! (Unless one team just smashed on the field) I fished 100% bass future pro, and then it became 100% bass WRL, and I have watched it go from 3000.00 cap to 4000.00 cap, and now as AC WRL 5000.00 cap! When will the "Rookie" term be gone?

6000 next year? Just sayin.

Not hating...



The size of the fields to these 'semi-pro' tournaments is what's making their paybacks such that make those earnings caps grow. When you payback over $3K to first place per event, it's pretty easy to reach those numbers competing in the WRL and the FPT.

A team could conceivably win one tournament, place in the top ten in a couple more and blank the rest of the season and exceed a $5,000.00 earning cap. A team could potentially not qualify for the TOC and exceed that limit. All because of the depth of the field.

If the 'pro-teams' were fishing in fields this large the earnings limits that are being set a the 'semi-pro' level would make a lot more sense to you. The only reason these numbers 'seem' high is because the pro teams aren't drawing well and therefore aren't paying back back the even larger bucks.

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Postby Kevin Evans - Kap » Thu Jan 13, 2011 10:01 am

The WRL has awesome TD's... :D Everyone of them was there @ the first event and that shows me something about the work and effort they are willing to put into it for us.
Danny Peluso was the reason I even started to fish tourneys... :D :D

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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby g-man » Thu Jan 13, 2011 10:11 am

I'm aware of what your sayin Tony..

But raising the cap lets guys that have been fishin Teams step down. New guys to tourney fishin come into "Rookie" Leagues thinking that they trully are fishin rookie leagues when they are not...

For instance, A guy makes the 4000.00 cap the previous year, and moves up then the following year they don't do well, and the rookies cap gets raised so they move back down. It just don't make sense to me.

Again not hating, I think WRL has done a great job for their anglers, but to call it rookies? NOT
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Re: Wow! 95 Boats at the AC/WRL McClure Tourney

Postby sTony » Thu Jan 13, 2011 10:26 am

If the pro teams were drawing near a hundred boats on average their guys would be making ten of thousands potentially in a season. The numbers wouldn't seem odd as they do now. What the semi-pro orgs could do is put a more restricted cap on what they're paying out to the top spots and spread the money out over the field more and that might help. But the earnings caps are only off because of the failure to draw and pay at the 'higher' level.

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