Operation Sailfish, Sailfish 400 & Final Sail: Early registration is $3,750 per boat, per tournament, plus tax. Late entry fee is $4,500 per boat, per tournament, plus tax.
Sailfish Challenge: Early registration is $795 per boat plus tax. Late entry fee is $1,495 per boat plus tax.
There is no limit on the number of anglers that can be registered by a team. All anglers should be listed on the entry form for reporting purposes.
Yes. The captain does not need to fill out the angler portion of the entry form. Completion of the captain's section of the form will qualify him or her as an angler.
Yes. Each team receives (6) social passes with their general entry fee into Operation Sailfish, Sailfish 400 and Final Sail. (5) social passes are allotted for Sailfish Challenge. Additional passes may be purchased if necessary. Credentials are required for access to hospitality parties and other activities for a tournament.
Look for ‘Register’ link on the navigation menu.
Your last chance to register is the night of the kickoff parties for each event. There is a late fee that all registrants must pay should you decide to register at the kickoff.
No. Acceptable payment methods at the kickoff party are cash, MasterCard, Visa & AmEx only. No business or personal checks will be accepted at the kickoff party.
Sailfish, White Marlin, Blue Marlin, Dolphin, Wahoo, Kingfish, Tuna and Cobia
In the event of a tie score for total aggregate weight, the two teams will split the team division prize money equally between the two categories. Ties are not broken by time of catch.
As required by NMFS, all teams must use a non-offset circle hook in the tournament.
No. While there are aspects of the tournament rules that are consistent with IGFA standards, there are some elements of the rules that are in contrast to IGFA mandated rules. Contact the tournament director if there are any specific questions related to Quest for the Crest Sailfish Series rules.
All boats are permitted to fish up to seven (7) lines in the water during the tournament. Artificial & natural dredges are allowed (maximum of 2) and do not factor into the count for the permitted number of lines in the water.
All releases must be documented on video by each team as stated in the rules. SD Cards are the only acceptable form of video media in the tournament. Teams must provide their own media.
No. Live Chumming is not permitted. Frozen chum, however, is allowed.
Yes. Maximum of two artificial or natural bait teasers are permitted in the tournament. Live bait teasers are not permitted.
Operation Sailfish: North: 27.15 South: 26.15 East: 79.22
Sailfish 400 – North: 26.16 South: 25.15 East: 79.37
Sailfish Challenge: North: 26.57 South: 25.35 East: 79.35
Final Sail: East: 81.18 West: 82.18 South: 24.03
*Teams may not exit the boundaries when fighting a fish.
Both fishing days:
Lines in: 8:00 am
Lines out: 4:00 pm