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Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament

Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament

Stuart Sailfish Club

When:

December 7 to 11, 2009

Boats can Fish 3 of the 4 days (Tuesday through Friday)

Daily Fishing Schedule (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Boats must pickup their observer between 6:30 AM and 7:30 AM
Boats must check in with Committee Boat between 5:30 AM and 6:00 AM
Fishing 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM


Monday, December 7
5:00 pm - Captains Briefing at Sailfish Marina
5:00 pm - Observer Meeting at Finest Kind Marina
6:30 pm - Kick-off Party at Finz Waterfront Grille

7:30pm - Braggin Bash Seafood Extravaganza at Mariner Sands Country Club

Wednesday, December 9 - events to be announced

Thursday, December 10
6:30 pm - Crew Night at Finest Kind. Food and Drinks for the crews

Friday, December 11
7:00 pm - Awards Presentation at Mariner Sands Country Club

Phone: 772-286-9373

Website: http://www.stuartsailfishclub.com/tournament_ltt.php

Event Date: December 07, 2009

The Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament is the second leg of the Treasure Coast Championship.

The Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament is a week long event with world class fishing, excellent parties,  and an all around great time.

The fishing tournament is limited to Only 40 boats and 120 anglers.

Entry Fee
The Entry Fee for the Stuart Sailfish Light Tackle Tournament is $1,500 per boat before November 24th, $1,750 after November 24th.

Boat Requirements for the Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament

To participate in the Tournament boats must be 31 ft and have facilities and an enclosure to protect observers - no open boats.

Each boat in the tournament must supply a qualified observer and observer will be assigned to each boat by the tournament committee.

This is a 4 day fishing tournament and each boat may fish on any of the 3 days of their choosing.

Tournament Rules
This is a summary of the Stuart Sailfish Tournament rules. Note that IGFA rules apply.

  • Each boat will be assigned an observer
  • No more than 4 lines per boat
  • No spinning reels are allowed
  • Any fish hooked before 3:30 pm (and reported to the committee) may be fought until caught
  • Any fish hooked after 3:30 pm is NOT eligible
  • Catches must be reported to the Committee Boat as released.
  • Momoi Diamond Line 20LB test (Hi-Vis) is the only line permitted
  • Only zero degree offset CIRCLE hooks may be used
  • Any natural dead boat or artificial lure may be used - LIVE BAIT is prohibited