KING OF KINGS CQ
Do you have what it takes to be crowned the GT or Thready King in our King of Kings Fishing Tournament? 20 Target species, 20 cash prizes, 2 Crowns to be won! 👑👑
NOVEMBER 29TH, 30TH & DECEMBER 1ST 2019
Held the last weekend of November, the King of Kings CQ will host salt- water, freshwater, boat, kayak, shore, bait/lure, spear and free-diving fisherman from over Australia. Anglers of all ages and skill levels will compete from midnight Thursday November 29th, to 11am Sunday December 1st, recording their success via the SCF Research & Events mobile app and will have the chance to share in roughly $20,000 worth of cash and prizes spread over 20 categories.
In order to participate, senior competitors aged 18 and over will register online and pay a $110 entry fee. Junior competitors aged 13-17 will register online and pay a $45 entry fee. Kids aged 4-12 can compete FREE of charge but need to be accompanied by a senior competitor who must register them online. All entrants receive an information pack and entry into the major prize draw.
Fishing will commence at midnight on the Thursday. There are 10 inshore and 10 offshore species on the target list, when a competitor lands a fish, they take a photo of it on a brag mat or flat measuring device and upload it to the SCF Research & Events app. The website will incorporate LIVE scoreboards that update in real time and display the current leader for each category, as well as the size of their catch.
Everyone must gather at the Gracemere Hotel on the Thursday evening to collect their information packs, confirm participant registration and attend the briefing/presentation. There will be some entertainment, activities for the kids, as well as product displays and demonstrations by various businesses in the industry and competition partners. The competition finishes at 11am on Sunday which will be followed by a presentation at the Gracemere Hotel where the winners will be awarded their prizes and the major prize will be drawn. The presentation will begin at 1pm, Sunday the 1st and followed by a celebration with the award winners and everyone involved.
Early bird tickets will be available in September, 2019.
For an even better understanding of the event, please check out what unfolded at the SCF Research & Sustainability Competition on the Sunshine Coast, click below for more info.