Our third annual Tailers Cup Redfish tournament is back in Charleston, SC on Saturday October 13th, 2018! The Tailers Cup is a catch & release, fly fishing only, redfish tournament around the surrounding waters of Charleston, SC where large tides will offer a variety of great fishing opportunities throughout the day. As always, we kick off the weekend Friday night with the Tailers Ball hosted by our friends @ Flood Tide Co.
This year we've lined up even more epic prizes so be sure to secure a spot and sign up by Aug 15th for the Dawn Patrol special. Deadline to register is October 1st.
*If you want to purchase a ticket for your teammate you must go through the transaction process again for registration purposes.
Standard one angler entry: $60
Dawn Patrol special: $45 if bought before August 15th
Deadline: October 1st
Date, Time, Events
Friday October 12th
Mandatory Captain’s meeting - Royal American - 6pm
@ Flood Tide Co.'s Tailers Ball
970 Morrison Dr Charleston, SC 29403
Saturday October 13th
Lines out @ 6am or anytime thereafter
Official YETI After Party & Awards Reception - Revelry Brewery - 5pm
10 Conroy St. Charleston, SC 29403
*First 100 anglers to check in receive custom Tailers Cup 20oz YETI Rambler*
This is an inshore fly fishing only redfish tournament. Wading, kayak and SUPs are permitted. No fishing wrecks or jetties. No chumming, scent, or other unsportsmanlike shenanigans.
Only two people per team.
Teams of two shall remain together. If not by skiff teammates must remain within eyesight of each other and take the photo, so no selfies!
Any tiebreaks shall go to the longest fish.
Fishing range is unlimited but teams must check in to scorers table at Revelry no later than 5:00 pm.
Badfish has full discretion on all rules, fish measurement, fish submission, disqualification and final scoring. No exceptions.
For the purpose of this tournament, the Tailers Cup headquarters will be Revelry Brewery
Scoring & Measurement
Most inches wins
Teams may enter their top 3 fish
Scoring and measuring fish for this tournament should be done as follows:
Fish must be photographed with smart phone or digital camera alongside measuring tape and tournament chip provided in Captain’s bag.
All measurements should be in inches (to the quarter of an inch) and be measured from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail.
Tape measure inch marks must be legible in photograph or fish will be disqualified.
All fish must be measured, photographed and released alive.
Over $5,000 in Prizes including Rods, Reels, Coolers, Shades, and more (Details coming soon)
Follow along on our Facebook event page for updates too!