The importance of an accurate, standard, and very public ranking system for the competitive redfish teams of the country cannot be overstated. Thus, the introduction of the National Redfish League and RWS National Ranking System.
To accumulate points teams must remain intact. (Example: A + B fish together and A also fishes with C. This would constitute two teams – AB and AC – even though one of the members is the same. So, Team AB could accumulate points and Team AC could accumulate points, but Angler A would not be able to combine points from both team’s efforts.
For the 2021 Redfish Word Series:
The RWS National Ranking System will recognize three 2020 Tour Divisions. The number of qualifying teams from each division* is listed in parentheses beside the Divisions below. Each Qualifying Team will earn an invitation to the 2021 RWS. The Divisions are as follows: (Click on any Tour Division to see Current Standings)
*Qualifying spots only recognized if the season is completed as scheduled!
- IFA Redfish Tour (Top 4 Teams and Championship Winner)
- Elite Redfish Series (Top 4 Teams)
- Saltwater Angler Redfish Series (Top 6 Teams)
- Southern Redfish Cup (Top 4 Teams)
- Rubber Lip Roundup (Top 2 Teams)
- The remaining spots for 2021 will be earned in 2021 through the NRL
Points will be awarded to the Top Ten finishers in each event of each Tour Division as follows;
1st = 10 points, 2nd = 9 points, 3rd = 8 points, and so on by one-point increments down to 10th = 1 point.
For the NRL in 2021 points will be awarded to the Top Ten teams in every divisions as follows:
1st = 15 2nd = 13.5 3rd = 12 4th = 10.5 etc, progressing by 1.5 point increments down to 10th = 1.5
The qualifying teams in each of the Tour Divisions from 2020 and the NRL from 2021 will earn an invitation to the 2021 RWS.
BEGINNING JANUARY 01, 2022 ALL QUALIFYING SPOTS FOR THE 2022 RWS AND GOING FORWARD WILL BE THROUGH RWS/NRL SANCTIONED EVENTS ONLY!