Tournament begins October 27th and ends December 4th, 2017. Registration begins October 25th. The Captain's Meeting will be held on Oct. 25th at our Mt. Pleasant store starting at 6:30pm. A $15 entry fee qualifies an angler for all five weeks and the overall grand prize. All registrants will receive an official 2017 tournament t-shirt. Registration begins October 25th. Anglers may register at any time during the five week period, but will not be eligible for previous weeks. Weekly Winners: One winner each week. Each angler allowed to score one fish each week. Single fish with the MOST SPOTS wins. (See rules below) Each fishing week starts Monday and ends Sunday. Except week 1, which starts on Friday. Deadline for submitting an entry for the weekly prize is Monday at noon for any fish caught Monday through Sunday of the previous week. Weekly entries will be eligible for the Overall Prize. Week 1: Oct 27 - Nov 5 Submission Deadline for week 1: Noon Monday, Nov. 6th Week 2: Nov 6 - Nov 12 Submission Deadline for week 2: Noon Monday, Nov. 13th Week 3: Nov 13 - Nov 19 Submission Deadline for week 3: Noon Monday, Nov. 20th Week 4: Nov 20 - Nov 26 Submission Deadline for week 4: Noon Monday, Nov 27th Week 5: Nov 27 - Dec 3 Submission Deadline for week 5: Noon Monday, Dec. 4th Each week, anglers will need to pick up a unique weekly registration card to be included in entry photos. This card will be different for each week, and it is the responsibility of the registrant to pick up their cards. Registrants may pick up their registration cards for the next fishing week on the Sunday before the start of any week. Weekly registration cards can be picked up at EITHER of the two Charleston Angler stores (West Ashley or Mt. Pleasant).
In our book, if you love Charleston and love being on the water, you're already a Charleston Angler. The rest is just details. Don't misunderstand us. We scour the world for the best rods, reels, tackle, lures, and apparel we can get our hands on. We handpick the warmest, most knowledgeable staff and guides we can find. We diligently promote sustainable fishing practices like catch and release. But it's all for a different kind of purpose. See, when it comes down to it, when you're on the water with the sunlight dancing all around you and maybe, just maybe, you feel a tug on your line, all the gear and advice is meaningless, because what you're after is much more than a fish, it's a feeling. And we were born to help you catch it.