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Cast-for-Cash Tournament Trail

Answers to Frequent Questions

1. General:

1. The Cast-for-Cash is a one day bass angling tournament.

2. Competitors do not have to belong to any club or institution to participate.

3. Right of admission is reserved.


2. Registration:

1. The official entry form can be downloaded from our website and completed.

2. Registration is at the venue on the day of the tournament.

3. The entry fee is R500.oo per team and payable in CASH only at the registration point.

4. The Cast-for-Cash entry fee does not include entrance fee at the venue.


3. Boat regulations:

1. Fishing is from boats only. (See our rules regarding minimum requirement).

2. Every person onboard must wear a life jacket.


4. Teams:

1. A team consist of maximum two persons per boat. (Competitors may fish alone).


5. Fish:

1. Only black bass will be weighed.

2. A maximum of five fish can be weighed for the day.

3. There is no size limit.

4. There is one big fish CASH prize.

5. We practice Catch-&-Release and competitors are penalized for every dead fish weighed.


6. Prize giving:

1. Follows immediately after weigh-in.

2. Prize money for the day depends on how many teams entered


Please see our tournament rules for detailed explanation on the above answers.