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Coyote Classic Tournament Series 2012/2013

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Coyote Classic Tournament Series 2012/2013

Postby Coyotehunter » Thu Sep 13, 2012 7:16 pm

$100 pay in per team to register for the points championship. We will payout to the top 3 teams this you year in the points series. Payback will be as folows; 1st 50% and plaques, 2nd 30% and 3rd 20%. You will have a team captain, the team captain may substitute partners and retain points.

Point received for placing in a tournament
Place Points
1st 100
2nd 90
3rd 80
4th 70
5th 60
6th 50
7th 40
8th 30
9th 20
10th 10

points for entering tournaments per tournament
1st 10
2nd 20
3rd 30
4th 40
5th 50 points

Points per each coyote shot 10
Points per pound 1
Most coyotes shot each day on 2 day tournaments. 10

$10 per series registered team entry fee on a 1 day hunt will go towards the pay out for the points series champions.

$20 per series registered team entry fee on the 2 day hunts will go towards the pay out for the points series champions.

Example: Tom and Bob enter the Minot Predator Hunt (10 points) Tom is the captain of their team, They shoot 4 coyotes (40 points), and they take 2nd place (90 points), total wt. of their coyotes is 120 pounds (120 points) for a total of 260 points. Tom wants to hunt The Luke Oyloe Memorial Hunt but Bob is unable to attend, apparently his sister-in-laws 3rd marriage is more important then hunting coyotes, so Tom picks up a new partner for this hunt. Tom and his new partner Raymond enter the tournament (20 points) which is Tom’s 2nd and he is the captain so he retains the 260 points from the Minot hunt. Tom and Raymond get 1 coyote (10 points) (because Raymond couldn’t hit water if he fell out of a boat) and that coyote wt. was 24 lbs (24). They do not place but Tom adds another 54 points to his season total. Bob can hunt again with Tom or get a new partner for upcoming hunts. He will have to pay and register if he wants to get into the points series and accumulate points. The intent is for a team to stay together through out the year but does allow for substitutes if you team member can not make it to a hunt. This format has been used in fishing tournament series and though it may not be perfect it will be a place to start.
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Re: 2012/2013 Tournament Series

Postby Prairie Ghost » Sun Dec 16, 2012 9:53 am

Sorry this has taken so long guys a lot of stuff going on right now so it's been a little difficult.

Here were the standing after williston

Curt Hanson
690.3325

Kurry Delparte
584.1025

Nick Nielsen
504.8025

Jason Arnson
418.64
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Re: 2012/2013 Tournament Series

Postby Prairie Ghost » Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:00 am

Here are the results after Mandan which would be the current standing going into the classic

Nick Nielsen
1015.8025

Curt Hanson
876.8325

Kurry Delparte
749.04

Jason Arnson
418.64

Goes to show you what kind of a comeback a good two day tournament can give you!!
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Re: 2012/2013 Tournament Series

Postby Coyotehunter » Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:26 pm

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4 hunts
Nick Nielson & Matt Klabo
1, 094.49
19 coyotes
Curt Hanson & Andrew Johnson
994.90
18 coyotes
Kurry Delparte & Tim Lockwood
861.30
17 coyotes


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