BREW CITY SALMON TOURNAMENT 2014
7/11/14 @ 12:54 PM
2014 Brew City Salmon Tournament Mark your calendars for Saturday August 2th 2014 (rain date is the 3th) We had 124 boats participate in 2013. We ended the tournament with well over 400 fisherman and 600 plus people in attendance for the weigh-in and Captains meeting. This being the 14th year of Brew City I would like to thank all the Participants, Sponsors and the GLSF-Milwaukee for the great job they have done to make this tournament what it is today. Brew City Salmon Tournament is the biggest one-day Trout and Salmon Tournament on Lake Michigan. The captain’s meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 1st (MUST BE ATTENDED) The tournament is held at: McKinley Marina 1750 N McKinley Drive Milwaukee Wisconsin 53202 Great Lakes Sport Fishermen LTD Milwaukee Chapter Organization of Sportsmen, dedicated to the Enjoyment, Preservation and Improvement of Salmon and Trout fishing on the Great Lakes For more information, sign-up and rules: www.glsfclub.com Contacts Todd Pollesch 414-899-5959 firstname.lastname@example.org Kurt Pokrandt 414-460-1467 email@example.com Prize money $14,544.00 $130.00 per boat entry fee Top 20 Boats Payout plus all the big fish prizes! $4000.00 - First Place PAYOUT THE TOP TWENTY BOATS $1000.00 Biggest Chinook salmon - R&R Sports Fish’n Hole $250.00 Biggest Lake Trout – Cabela’s $250.00 Biggest Rainbow Trout – MW Marine $250.00 Biggest Brown Trout – Cabela’s $250.00 Biggest Coho salmon – MW Marine $125.00 second places for all species above - Silver King Charters $100.00 - first two boats in with limit by 12:00 p.m. GLSF Milwaukee 2014 $500.00 FIRST PRIZE FOR A BOAT 20’ OR LESS ADDED TO OTHER PRIZES Based on 125 boats Super Raffle Prizes $5.00 each or 6 -$20.00 Big Boat Bags for every boat RAFFLE $1.00 EACH 6-$5.00 RULES FOR 2014 (WEIGHT- IN BEST 10 FISH) MINIMUM 2 PEOPLE / 6 LINES -----10 FISH NO MAXIMUM PEOPLE / 9 LINES -----15 FISH LIMIT (MAXIMUM 4 LAKE TROUT) YOU MAY WEIGH ALL 15 FISH FOR THE BIG FISH CONTESTS
7/11/14 @ 1:38 PM
last year was a blast can't wait for this year last year we finished in the top 15 this year a bigger boat and more strategy good luck to all and tight lines, lets hope for good weather, and 1 footers
EDIT; dave the colder the better, optimum temp is 48 to 51 degrees, this year is just as good as last year, with many kings in the 20 pound range, and the rainbows are all on fire, these are the good ol days.......
Edited on 7/11/14 3:27 PM
7/11/14 @ 1:02 PM