HURON BOAT BASIN 419 433-4848 http://www.cityofhuron.org/huron/parks-and-recreation-marina.html dockage is available for the tournament. Call for details.
PAYING OVER $22,000 IN CASH! All payouts based on weight.
100 Team Maximum Field with 90 teams considered a full field for payout purposes.
Teams can have 2 to 6 members. Max of 6 rods in use. 2 man teams limited to 4 rods. ONE LURE PER ROD – THIS MEANS NO “SLIDER” OR “3-WAY” tandem / triple lures. Boat numbers & starting positions determined by the order of registration.
Entry Fee = $300 per team plus $5 online processing fee and INCLUDES Big Fish entry. Registration is non refundable but transferable to another party with Tournament Director approval.
REGISTRATION ONLINE VIA PAYPAL / CREDIT CARD WED SEPT 3 at 10AM on www.FishHuronOhio.com NOTE when you go on the website clear out your web browser’s “cache” – or REFRESH your browser screen to see the link that will be added for Tournament Registration. PAYMENT OF ENTRY FEE ACKNOWLEDGES ALL TEAM MEMBERS UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO RULES AND PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN THIS DOCUMENT.
1st Place $5,000
2nd Place $3,500
3rd Place $2,500
4th Place $2,000
5th Place $1,500
6th Place $1,200
7th Place $1,000
8th Place $ 900
9th Place $ 800
10th Place $ 700
11th Place $ 600
12th Place $ 500
13th Place $ 400
14th Place $ 350
15th Place $ 300
Big Walleye Payouts 1st = $600 2nd = $300 3rd = $100
We will again offer the OPTIONAL “SIDE BET” that has added $4,000+ to past tournament payouts. $100 per team – PAYABLE IN CASH AT THE REGISTRATION MEETING between 5:30 – 7 PM Friday Oct 3. Payout for this will be 100% and will pay 2 places. 75% to the best weight of the teams in the side bet and 25% to the next best weight in the side bet.
FRIDAY OCT 3 RULES MEETING & DINNER & CHARITY RAFFLE AT MESENBUG HALL. 545 Cleveland Road West Huron, OH 44839. Located ½ mile West of the Boat Basin. Short Rules / Procedure meeting will start at 7PM SHARP with dinner immediately following. $10 per person donation for dinner tickets. At least one member per team must attend and check in PRIOR TO 7PM.
We are carrying on the tradition that started as the Walleye Central Get Together and Charity Raffle. Over $70,000 has been donated to various charities since the inception of the Walleye Central Get Together in Huron, OH.
In 2013 we donated $5,000 to the Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation www.woundedwarriorsinaction.org which runs events to involve Purple Heart medal recipients in outdoor activities: http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2014/07/purple_heart_veterans_catching.html
We also donated $2,500 from the 2013 event to the Outreach Walleye Club which runs fishing events for single parent children throughout Ohio.
“Fish Huron Ohio” is devoted to spreading the word regarding one of the greatest fresh water fisheries in North America. The construction of the four new boat ramps along the Huron River will offer the city of Huron the opportunity to better serve its visitors while meeting all of their fishing needs.
Huron is a deep water river port known as the place to be in the fall for hog walleyes, but those who live there know that the walleye fishing from March to December is an experience of a lifetime. The unbelievable smallmouth fishing along with the best perch fishing in North America happens to also take place in Huron. Cat fishing from the bank of the Huron River is productive; while Northern Pike or even the elusive Muskie can be found up river.
Huron, Ohio is nestled deep within the Western basin of Lake Erie; a short 55 miles west of downtown Cleveland. Conveniently located within 10 miles of Cedar Point Amusement Park and numerous water parks the small quaint town of Huron has an abundant of entertainment options to offer visitors of all ages. Family-friendly restaurants, the best sandy beaches on the North Coast, along with the fantastic sights and sounds from the beautiful lakefront parks makes Huron a great place to visit. During the summer months the Huron Boat Basin Amphitheatre offers free concerts and entertainment every week-end and “Movies By the River” on Wednesday evenings.
So come see for yourself why Huron, Ohio is called….”The Great Lake Place!”
June 7 & 8 Lake Erie Walleye Trail
Sept. 26-28 Masters Walleye Circuit
Oct. 4 Fish Huron Ohio Walleye Challenge
Team BATO 2013 1st Place Winners
2013 Big Fish - Team Medina Plating
Team Carnage - 2013 2nd Place Winners