OBX Slam Kayak Fishing Tournament – June 22
ATTN: all kayak fishermen and women –Kitty Hawk Surf Co. is hosting another OBX Slam Kayak Fishing Tournament on June 22, 2019.
Competitors are allowed to launch at first light on Saturday morning, June 22. Fishing is allowed anywhere within the following boundaries: Wright Memorial Bridge in Kitty Hawk to the north; Hatteras Inlet to the south; Up to one (1) mile offshore to the east: as far west as the Currituck and Manns Harbor shorelines.
All fish must be caught from your watercraft. Wading is not permitted. This is a photo catch and release style tournament. All photos must be received NO LATER THAN 5 PM on Saturday, June 22nd in order to be eligible for judging. All pictures must show the fish length from upper lip to end of unpinched tail and include the custom Kitty Hawk Surf Co. badge that will be distributed at the mandatory Captain’s Meeting the night before the event.
Tournament Species: Flounder, Speckled Trout, and Red Drum. Slam division is one of each. No double-dipping. Fish submitted for the Slam cannot be submitted for the individual categories.
KH Surf Co. partners with a major sportswear and boating brands to offer great prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each category. Official prize list will be posted at the Captains Meeting on Friday, June 21st.
Early Bird Registration – register early and save $10!
- $40 for early bird registration
- $50 for registration on June 21st
Registration is available online. If you would like to register in person please swing by the Kitty Hawk Kites in Nags Head (MP 12.5) or give our reservations team a call at 252-441-4124.
The post-event cookout and awards ceremony on June 22 will begin at 6 PM.
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