The purpose of JWC is to get MCFF members out fly fishing:  JWC is open to all MCFF members whose dues are paid through March 31, 2023. Approved sponsor representatives are eligible, but no guides may participate.  The event runs from January 1, 2023 until March 31, 2023. There are THREE components to JWC
  1. 10Photos=10Tickets, 
  2. Biggest Fish
Participation in JWC is based on catch, photo, and release of fish caught WORLDWIDE using fly fishing gear.
1. 10 Fish=10 Tickets Event: Catch a fish anywhere during the event dates of Jan 1 to March 31, 2023, and take a digital image that includes your angler ID* or a “selfie” with you and your prize catch (no angler ID required with a selfie).
Submit the image to MCFF by March 31, 2023 and you will be entered in a drawing.
Up to 10 photos featuring 10 different fish can be submitted. The drawing takes place on April 9, 2023 by members of the JWC Committee. BANQUET TO BE HELD AT NOKOMIS COMMUNITY PARK APRIL 8TH, 2023 AT HIGH NOON and prizes to be announced. You can only win one prize. Take some nice “magazine” shots of those fish so we can feature angler’s photos in the newsletter and Facebook.
No fish measurements are required for this event. (submit all digital images to
2. Biggest Fish Event: Based on biggest catch for each species listed. Entries
must be received by March 31, 2023. 4 species will be included in 2023; redfish, snook, ladyfish, and spotted seatrout. Anglers may only win one Biggest Fish award.
The four biggest Fish winners will not be included in the 10 Ticket event explained above. Biggest Fish winners will be recognized through email, the newsletter and Facebook. 
See the attachment that explains specific rules for Biggest Fish
entries. JWC status will be maintained on MCFF’s Facebook page, the club newsletter, and changes to Biggest Fish status will be announced via email. (submit digital images to
3. JWC Award Determinations– Scheduled for April 8, 2023. 
*Every MCFF member will receive a unique angler ID via email. Each angler decides how to clearly display their ID in images of their fish. Write the angler ID on your hand, for example.