FTIS: Reporting the Results of Your Tournament/Event

Question 1: What do I have to keep track of and report?

Question 2: How do I report my tournament/event results?


Question 1: What do I have to keep track of and report?

Bass tournament directors are required by Fish Order 250 to report results online to the DNR by December 31. Bass tournament directors are to collect and report the following statistics for each tournament registered:

  1. Total Number of Anglers
  2. Total Number of Boats
  3. Limit Per Angler/Team for this Tournament (maximum number of bass an angler or team of anglers is allowed to enter)
  4. Total Number of Largemouth Bass
  5. Total number of Smallmouth Bass
  6. Total Number of Bass
  7. Total Weight of all the Bass entered in lbs. for Tournament
  8. Number of Bass Greater than 4 lbs.
  9. Heaviest Bass Weighed

NOTE: If a director is judging their event by length, they can select in the FTIS to report total lengths in place of weight for the questions listed above.

Walleye tournament directors are required by Fish Order 250 to report results online to the DNR by December 31. Walleye Tournament directors are to collect and report the following statistics for each tournament registered:

  1. Total Anglers
  2. Total Boats
  3. Total Number of Walleye
  4. Total Weight of All Walleye Entered in lbs. for this Tournament
  5. Heaviest Walleye Weighed
  6. List Any Other Species that was Caught and Entered During this Tournament

NOTE: If a director is judging their event by length, they can select in the FTIS to report total lengths in place of weight for the questions listed above.

All competitive events target muskellunge or providing prizes for angler caught muskies are required by Fish Order 250 to report results online to the DNR by December 31. Muskellunge directors are to collect and report the following statistics for each event registered:

  1. Total Anglers
  2. Total Boats
  3. Total Number of Muskellunge
  4. Total Length of all Muskellunge to the nearest 1/2 inch
  5. Longest Muskellunge Measured in Inches
  6. Total Number of Muskellunge over 50 Inches

NOTE: If a director is judging their event by weight, they can select in the FTIS to report weight in place of length for the questions listed above.

Directors can enter results for tournaments/events that have occurred by signing into the Tournament Information System and selecting "Enter Results" for each tournament/event in their "My Tournaments" list.

Question 2: How do I report my tournament/events results?

The director can enter their results for completed tournaments/events by signing into the Tournament Information System and selecting their "My Tournaments" list.

Once the date of the event has passed a red "report results" link will appear next to the tournament/event on your "my tournaments" list. Directors can then click the link and fill in the required data fields. Information can be entered at any time but is legally due by December 31.