Old School October is a Catch, Photo, Release (CPR) tournament hosted by Speckled Truth to benefit Captains for Clean Water. Half of all tournament proceeds will be donated to Captains For Clean Water to support their goal to restore and protect our water resources. The Speckled Truth is dedicated to the conservation of trophy Speckled Trout from the East Coast to the Gulf Coast.
Old School October takes place from October 1st - October 31st, 2021. Anglers may compete from anywhere where it is possible to catch Speckled Trout!
All anglers participating in the tournament will use KWigglers Shrimp Tails. One pack of tails will be provided with your registration.
The tournament prizes will be issued in a raffle format. For each Speckled Trout submitted greater than 20", the angler will have one raffle entry. Upon conclusion of the tournament, all entries will be compiled and prizes will be drawn at random. The more fish you submit equals more raffle entries & therefore higher odds of winning.
Once registered, anglers will be mailed a package including a unique tournament token, a decal, and a pack of KWigglers. This tournament token MUST be included in the picture of each submissions. Without this identifier your submissions will not be accepted.
Registration will be open from Sept. 14th -October 3rd.
$40 entry fee.
The tournament begins October 1st, 2021. Any fish caught before this date may not be submitted.
All submissions must show your unique tournament token and the ENTIRE fish on a legible measuring device/ruler. (If we cannot see the length measurement AND the tournament token your catch will not count).
Only fish caught with KWiggler Shrimp Tails may be submitted.
You may purchase additional packs of KWiggler Shrimp Tails from any tackle shops or from the KWigglers website.
No fish under 20” will be accepted.
All fish are encouraged to be released after measuring/photographing.
Anglers must use the tournament token that is assigned to them, Sharing tokens is prohibited. Anglers are responsible for their own tokens.
A fish can only be submitted once, and the fish must be submitted by the person who caught it.
Tournament officials have final say in all issues regarding rules and submissions. Submissions and anglers can be disqualified at any time.
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