Yes. Completion of the captain’s section of the online registration form will qualify him or her as an angler.
Early entry fee for each leg of the series is $475 per boat plus tax. Late entry fee is $575
per boat. Refer to schedule of events for each leg for details on when early entry ends.
NOTE: GENERAL ENTRY FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO FISH THE GENERAL ENTY FEE CAN BE APPLIED TO ANOTHER TOURNAMENT IN THE SERIES, HOWEVER, IT MUST BE USED IN THE SAME CALENDAR YEAR.
No. Entry fees only apply to each individual leg of the series.
No. Teams are not required to fish all three legs to participate in the series. Of course,
we would love to see you join us for all three though!
No. This is a boat tournament and we do not charge additional fees for additional
anglers. Teams may carry as many anglers as they can safely accommodate on their boat.
BY MAIL: (for early entry only)
Make checks payable to Bluewater Movements, Inc.
PO Box 50114, Lighthouse Point, FL 33074.
Upon receipt of the check in the mail, a staff member will contact the captain to complete
the registration process.
KICKOFF PARTY: Late registration will take place the evening of each kickoff party.
No. Acceptable payment methods at the kickoff party are cash, Mastercard, Visa and
AmEx ONLY. No business or personal checks will be accepted at the kickoff party.
No. You may only check out of Hillsboro Inlet. Boats that do not check out will be
In the event of a tie score the prize money will be split between the two categories. Ties
are not broken by time of catch.
The eastern boundary is 79.35. Boats may fish as far north or south as they wish.
No. Boats that have fish to weigh in must be visually checked in inside Hillsboro Inlet by
4:30 pm. If you are late, you will be unable to weigh your catch.
Yes. However, by electing to fish as a Junior Angler, he/she forfeits the right to any
Peewee Angler prizes in the tournament. Also, he/she must declare this on the
tournament entry form by checking the correct box for ‘Angler Status.’ He/She must also
fish according to the rules governing Junior anglers.
No. Junior anglers must compete within their own division until they reach 16 years of