TourneyX tutorial

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Download the app onto your phone from the app store.  It's free, and pretty unobtrusive.  

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First things first, once you've downloaded the app to your phone, you'll need to allow location services.  With Apple, its in the settings, and looks like the choice above.  I chose 'when using'.  When the tournament is over, you can switch this to 'never', if you like.  

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Click the little menu pull down in the top right corner. 

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Click 'Log In'.   

Unless you close out the entire app, you won't have to log in again.  

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Once you log in the first time, this is your home screen

Click 'Submit Catch' to upload your fish.  

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When you click to submit a fish, this screen will come up.  Click on 'Inaugural Headwaters Hog Hunt'.

This screen is normal.  Give it a few moments.  

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The next image you'll see.  Click the big 'Add Pic' button.  

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Once you click the large 'Add Pic' button, you'll get this menu.  Click 'Photo Library' to find the photo you've already taken.  

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Your camera roll will open.  Click on the photo you want to upload, and click 'Select'

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Once you've chosen which fish, your screen should look like this.  'Fish Type' should already be selected.   Click in the 'Length' space.  you will enter the length in inches, and decimals.  

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Enter your length in whole inches and decimals, to the nearest 1/4"

.25 is 1/4", .50 is 1/2", .75 is 3/4"

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Once you've verified everything, click the button 'Submit Catch'

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Click 'Submit to Leaderboard'. 

**DO NOT click 'Send to Livewell'.  Your fish will just lay there in the livewell and not be judged.   

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It takes a few moments to upload.  The tracking bar is normal.  

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If you get this message, don't worry.  It happens.  Just click 'Continue'.  You should get the "In The Net" message in a moment.  

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That's it.  Your fish is recorded and ready for judging.