Posts tagged: fishing tournaments
FLY FISHING — Put some purpose in your fishing by joining a field of 30 anglers for the Bitterroot Valley Cast One for Hope single fly fishing competition.
The Oct. 4-5 event is a fundraiser to benefit Casting for Recovery, a non-profit organization offering support and educational retreats for women with breast cancer.
It's not for everyone — entry fee is $1,000 — but the fee includes a kickoff party at a stunning Bitterroot riverside home, a full day guided drift boat outing, lunch and a celebration dinner at the Stock Farm Club.
·Cast One for Hope –Bitterroot Valley Single-Fly Fishing Event
·Oct. 4-5, 2013
·Fundraiser for Casting for Recovery
·Registration is open!
FISHING – EWU Sportsmans Club is trying to organize a fishing derby for bass and perhaps trout on Badger Lake for mid-September.
The lake is proposed for a rotenone treatment in late fall to restore its traditional trout fishery. A decision on the proposal by Washington Fish and Wildlife officials is expected in September.
For updates on plans for the fishing derby, contact Nick Barr by email, email@example.com.
TOURNAMENT FISHING — The Spokane Bass Club, founded in December to schedule quality fishing tournaments on local waters, has a full schedule of 2013 events, including a tournament to benefit Spokane Children's Hospital.
The Long Lake Classic, slated to be an annual event, is set for May 4-5. Entry $150 per boat with an 80 percent payback, 10 percent of proceeds to the charity.
Most of the events are random draw so anglers without boats can get involved, said Tyler Brinks, club president.
Read on to see the full list of the Spokane Bass Club 2013 fishing contests.
FISHING — The Newman Lake Open Muskie Tournament is set for Aug. 18 sponsored by Mountain Muskies, the local Muskies Inc. chapter.
Registration starts at 6 a.m. at Newman Lake Resort.
A mandatory meeting for participants starts at 6:45 a.m. Competition runs 7. a.m.-5 p.m.
Preregister: Doug Wood at (509) 263-7235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>
See www.mountainmuskies.com for rules.
TOURNAMENT FISHING — The 2011 Washington State Walleye Circuit includes five tournaments with cash prizes coordinated by NorthWest Walleyes:
May 7-8: Rod Meseberg Spring Walleye Classic at Potholes Reservoir.
May 21-22: Bil Wallys/Vally Marine Spring Walleye Classic at BanksLake.
June 4-5: MosesLakeWalleye Classic.
June 25-26: Washington State Governor's Cup at LakeRoosevelt, based in Kettle Falls.
July 30-31: Washington State Walleye Championship at LakeRoosevelt, based in Kettle Falls.
TOURNAMENT FISHING — The Cascade Musky Association has scheduled its third annual 2-Fer tiger musky tournament at Silver and Newman lakes for May 21-22.
The open tournament starts at Silver Lake and concludes the next day at Newman.
The $20 per angler entry fee includes both days.
The event is limited to 35 boats.
For times, registration and information, contact: