2012 Ontario Kayak Fishing Series
Each event of the 2012 series uses points totals from Day 1 and Day 2 to determine the tournament winner. The totals of these three events are then accumulated to determine the Series Champion.
There are bass and walleye target species for the points system, and multi-species prizes awarded to the largest single fish identified at each event. Register early to take advantage of the Early Bird Special.
Quinte** and South River award prizes for the largest single Northern Pike. Haliburton awards prizes for the largest single Muskie. Don't forget about the cash pot for these fish too!
There will be team divisions for 2012 too. This is a $30 per team fish off where combined scores of any two anglers uses a "winner takes all" cash format.Teams must be identified before leaving the registration table on Day 1.We ask the winners make a small donation toward the "Help a Child Smile" charity.
Standard format for two day events are;
Arrive Friday to set up if camping.
Day 1 - 5am* start and 4pm finish followed by potluck dinner
Day 2 - 5am* start and 12pm finish followed by awards and BBQ
* One change to this year's events is to allow a 5am start time for folks to shuttle to their put-ins.
** Please note camping is not included in the Bay of Quinte registration fee but is in the other two events.
Charity for 2012
Rules and Waiver Form
Please download form to understand the rules and required waiver for the tournaments
BAY OF QUINTE Multi-species
DATE: May/June 2019
LOCATION: County Shores, Picton
TIME: 6AM-4PM Sat TBA & 6AM- 12PM Sun TBA
TARGET SPECIES: Pike & Walleye
FEE: $85 by April 15, $100 after
Format: Longest single fish of each species/Indicator
Rules: OKFS General Rules
Scoring: TourneyX tourneyx.com/
Cash & Prizes: Mixed
Payouts: 75% payout divided by two species
Boat Prize: $3800 kayak to highest total length both species
Qualifier: Top 10 of ea species qualify for 2019 Championship
Payment: TourneyX will prompt for payment
GENERAL TOURNEY: A single CASH PRIZE 75% will be awarded for the largest of each species, plus 2019 Predator PDL to the combined species length winner
* Prizes based on 40 anglers, 20 angler minimum.