Oxbow All Species
Oxbow presents the 1st Annual All Species Fly Fishing Tournament Celebration at Oxbow Beer Garden!
About this event
Come celebrate Maine fly fishing and all that it has to offer with a weekend-long tournament and celebration stacked with awards and prizes from our friends at YETI, Simms, Sage, Costa, 12wt, Rio, Redington, Atlantic Farms, Riversmith, & more!
Weekend events include live tunes, guest chefs, DJs, and lots of Oxbow beer!
Friday: Check-in & kick-off at Oxbow Beer Garden. DJs, live art, guest chefs & brewers, party time.
Saturday: Tournament begins at first light (see details below).
Sunday: Tournament Day 2. All results must be submitted to judge panel at Oxbow Beer Garden by 2pm! Award Ceremony, live music and food & drink specials all evening!
Single Angler Entry: $50
Team Entry: $100*
*sign up for a team and create a group name during registration.
As the name implies, all legal fish species that swim in Maine waters will be eligible for qualifying points in this unique tournament. The grand prize package will be awarded to the team of two anglers that catches, documents, and releases the most variety of fish species over the weekend. Bonus points and prizes will be awarded for trophy size catches of select species!
The tournament headquarters will be at Oxbow Beer Garden in Oxford, Maine, conveniently located within 45 minutes of the salty coast and surrounded by pristine lakes, rivers, ponds and streams that contain almost all of Maine’s fish species.
Entry into the tournament is $100 for a team of two anglers or $50 for an individual angler.
There will be prize packages for the individual angler who catches the best-in-class Brook Trout, Landlocked Salmon and Striped bass. The grand prize package will be awarded to the individual angler who catches the most variety of fish or to each angler in the team that catches the most variety of fish.
Prize package specifics and more event & tournament details to come. All proceeds generated by tournament entries will be donated to Maine conservation efforts.