9th Annual King of the Inlet Offshore Fishing Tournament
HEADQUARTERS & WEIGH STATION:
OFF THE HOOK at Inlet Harbor, 133 Inlet Harbor, Ponce Inlet, Florida
You can fish K.O.T.I. tournaments as a single tournament or you can accelerate
your winnings by fishing the series
We don't just say it; we pay it
Over $55,000 paid out in 2017!
“King of the Inlet” is Three Tournaments. The Grand Prize is based off the most
points accumulated from the three tournaments. One fish per species
- 10 points per pound!
To make this tournament more exciting we are paying double each
month for a featured species depending on the migratory patterns
of our fish. The April tournament pays double for Wahoo, the May tournament pays double for Dolphin, and the June tournament pays double for Kingfish.
All three tournaments are fishing
for all three species of fish.
Each tournament can be fished as a stand-alone event, or as part of the "King of the Inlet" series. There is a $5,000 grand prize to be awarded to the "King of the Inlet" after the final tournament. With this series, we are offering record high payouts, and every month there will be a featured fish depending on migratory patterns. Winners for the featured fish category will receive double the money!
Each tournament will have a Captain's meeting Friday before and an Award ceremony Sunday after the tournament. There will be cash prizes and trophies for first, second and third place winners of each fish category for all tournaments.
King of the Inlet, a fishing enthusiast company owned by Pete Richardson, is proud to present three fishing tournaments with an ultimate title and crowning of "KING OF THE INLET."
After years of fishing local tournaments, there was always a chance to win some money but no bragging rights were ever at stake. With these tournaments, they can be fished as a one-time tournament entry, or if a person is interested in bragging rights they can fish to be King of the Inlet. We started these tournaments because we love the sport, and consequently, we've been able to add features to the "King of the Inlet" tournaments that we've always wanted from the hundreds of tournaments we've fished in the past," commented Pete.
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