2022 KBF Identifier CardOfficial KBF Identifer Card must appear in every photo submitted for score in KBF-sanctioned Competition
2022 KBF Identifier Card
- A 2022 KBF Identifier Card is used in all of this year’s KBF TRAIL Series Tournaments, and KBF State and Regional Challenges. Unique Identifier Cards are distributed at Captains Meetings for Championships.
- 2020 and 2021 version KBF Identifier Cards are still authorized for use, but we request that competitors discard older versions (2017, 2018, 2019) and use the new one to help us promote our sponsors.
- When printed at 100% scale, the form is 3.75″ x 2-1/2″. It fits neatly in the new TourneyTag2 or in a clear, waterproof, pressure-seal 4″ x 3″ Poly ID Sleeve.
- Each 2022 KBF Identifier Card has five event boxes so it can can be used for multiple concurrent KBF Challenges and tournaments, with one Event ID Code in each box.
- At a time set by Tournament officials, an Event ID Code will appear in each registered competitor’s tournament management systems dashboard.
Discard pre-2022 identifier forms that you may have tucked away in your tackle bag.
Click the image at left to open a PDF document with eight 2022 KBF Identifier Cards intended for the KBF Challenge Series and for KBF TRAIL Series Tournaments.
The KBF Identifier Card; don’t leave home without it!
Code Confusion? You’re not alone!
Where do I find the Event ID Code for each tournament or Challenge? To find the Event ID Code, log into the tournament management system and in your dashboard, click the “Identifier” button. .
Do I need a new KBF Identifier Card for each event? No, there are five boxes on the 2022 KBF Identifier Card. You can put one Event ID Code in any box, so this year’s card can serve for up to five (5) concurrent KBF competitions.
If I lose my KBF Identifier Card, can I improvise? No, you can’t draw your own on a piece of paper. And no, a digital phone with the KBF Identifier Form on the screen won’t wash, either. Don’t put yourself in that position in the first place. Print several copies of the KBF Identifier Form on paper. Cut them out. Tuck spares in your tackle box, in your dry bag, in your PFD and truck glove box. Print the Event ID Code on one, making sure to put it in the prescribed box. Seal it in a TourneyTag or a zip-closure poly bag, laminate it, or cover it with clear packing tape so it won’t get soggy in rain or if dunked.