Texas Double Haul Tournament – Sign Up Now!

| August 20, 2013

Texas fly fishers, get ready to participate in a month-long online catch and release contest where you will target local species that you may not be familiar with, explore bodies of water in the state that are new to you and by doing so, encourage more people to try out fly fishing by providing vital location information. This exciting multi-species tournament will test the skill of everyone who enters. Black bass, panfish, and select rough fish are the target for a total of 10 different species.


During the month of September, your fish are entered by logging into this website, filling out the submittal form and uploading digital photographs. Designed first and foremost to be a fun event, we encourage everyone just be part of this to have a good time. But winning is also fun, so there will be over $1,500 in prizes going out to the top fishermen. More importantly, placing in the top 6 of the General Tournament will qualify those contestants to compete in the Master’s Tournament- a guided competition to be held on the South Llano River during the Oktoberfisch fly fishing festival. These 6 contestants will be randomly paired with a professional guide for the day to compete for the grand prize.

ADD – Shortened to 1 mo for main tourney, top qualifiers go to Master’s fish off day held at Oktoberfisch 19 Oct in Llano, Texas. Qualifiers are paired with guide- masters meant to be an equalizer so chances to win increase. Great sponsors on board; HowelrBros, GoPro, Gruene Outfitters, Living Waters Fly Fishing, and Echo fly rods.

Will you please help spead the word?

Registration ends end of month, contest all Sept long. FAQ page

All details on site. Would appreciate the support!

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Category: Culture on the Skids, Tournaments and Contests

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