32nd Annual Go For Fish, Not Drugs Fishing Tournament

Who: Boys and Girls, from ages 2 thru 16
When: June 2, 2018 (See Special Note)
Starts at 6:00 AM on June 2, 2018
Fish will be weighed in on Saturday only from
4:00pm – 5:00pm.
Cost: $5.00 per child
Mail and Make checks payable to Texas Game Warden
Association address listed below.
Where: Fulton Harbor Pavilion
Fishing and weighing will be held only on Saturday immediately followed by awards and prizes.

Fishing Grounds: Fishing areas are Aransas Bay, Corpus Bay, Nueces Bay, Redfish Bay, Copano Bay, Mesquite Bay; and San Antonio Bay. Participants may fish from boats, piers, docks, shoreline, or wading in specified areas.

Liability: The TGWA are not responsible for the conduct, personal injury, damages, accidents, or negligence on the part of any participant. Each fisherman must sign an entry form prior to the start of the tournament to be eligible to enter.

Boating Safety: Any person assisting this tournament is responsible for the safe conduct of the vessel and all equipment and life jackets must meet U.S. Coast Guard regulations.

Special Note *

Due to Hurricane Harvey, there will be no food and/or beverages provided. Fishing, weighing, awards and prizes will be held one day only, Saturday, June 2nd, at the Fulton Harbor Pavilion.
Please bring a lawn chair.

Sponsored by: Texas Game Warden Association

(No longer accepting payments in TPWD office)

Eligible Fish: Species and limits are as follows per day: **Redfish over “28” will not be allowed to be entered.**

3 – Redfish** 3 – Golden Croaker
3 – Black Drum 3 – Perch
3 – Speckled Trout 3- Hardhead Catfish

Disqualification: The tournament may disqualify any person(s) for misconduct or violation of the tournament Rules.

Awards: Trophies will be given for the following:
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in all six (6) species for the total weight of the species.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for Ugliest fish;
 
Door Prizes: Each registered participant will receive a door prize. (Must be present at ceremony)

For more Information, Contact:

Texas Parks & Wildlife Department: 816-1706

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