2017 Captains Meeting Sept 28th on the Roof Top of Harbourside Place Jupiter
Lines in Sept 30th 6:30 am, weigh in 2pm -4pm Harbourside Place (we may add a southern weigh in)
First 100 Boats receive Captains Bucket FULL of AMAZING SWAG
1st Overall $5000 CASH, Trophy & Free Entry into 2018 Tournament
2nd Overall $2500 Cash, Trophy & Free Entry into 2018 Tournament
3rd Overall $1500 CASH & Trophy
1st EACH KDW $1000 Cash & Trophy
2nd EACH KDW $500 CASH
3rd EACH KDW $350 CASH
4th EACH KDW $100 CASH
Under 400 HP
1st $1100 CASH
2nd $500 CASH
Female Angler 1st & 2nd Prize
Junior Angler 1st & 2nd Prizes
Snapper & Bonito Prize for Heaviest
$250 Cash Prize awarded to team that submits best action packed fishing video from 4th Annual ChaseN’Tailz KDW Fishing Tournament. *Must be submitted by Oct 3rd by 5pm & winner will be chosen by tournament committee within 2 weeks of the conclusion of the tournament. All Videos submitted become property of Chasen’Tailz KDW Fishing Tournament.*
2016 3rd Annual Chasen’Tailz KDW #BESTYEARYET – STAY TUNED FOR OUR LARGEST DONATION EVER! Congratulations to our Winners!
Overall Tournament winner Holdem Hook 49.2lb Kingfish
1st Place Kingfish Team Lost Boys 46.6lb
1st Place Dolphin Team CNL 21.7lb
1st Place Wahoo Team Angler Management 46.7lb
2nd Place Kingfish Team Reel Anarchy 39.4lb
2nd Place Dolphin Team Tuppens 15.7lb
2nd Place Wahoo Team Will Sea 40.7lb
3rd Place Kingfish Team Shore Bet 36.5lb
3rd Place Dolphin Team Mac Daddy 9.7lb
3rd Place Wahoo Team Duffinator 38.6lb
4th Place Kingfish Team White Tackle 36.2lb
4th Place Dolphin Team Titos 9.7lb
4th Place Wahoo Team Profishant 38.3lb
Ladies 1st Place Team Gold Coast Kingfish 33.9lb
2nd ladies Team Offshore Warrior 33.8lb Kingfish
1st Place Junior Team Duffinator 25.5lb Wahoo
2nd Place Junior Team Tuppens 15.7lb Dolphin
1st Place Beast of the East Series, Team Sea Star
That’s a Wrap! 3rd Annual Chasen’Tailz Grew by 110% Making it one of the largest KDW’s in The South East.
We knew this year was going to be special and coined #BESTYEARYET but our expectations were blown away. We had 116 boats, 90 sponsors and almost 500 Anglers support us on our journey to help sick children in memory of our son Chase. The venue and weather couldn’t have been any better, Harbourside Place offers plenty of dock space & the amphitheater served as the weigh station and awards ceremony. We had some of the best teams in the south east fishing from North Carolina to Islamorada. All on the hunt for the monster fish to win them $5000 and crowned Chasen’Tailz Tournament Winner. Our tournament has become one of the most competitive yet if you ask any of the teams they will tell you it’s the most fun too.
We had a packed house at our Captains meeting on the roof top at Harbourside. Tommy Bahama of Jupiter catered the event complimentary for our teams, sponsors and committee. Everyone enjoyed cocktails from Titos & Isalamorada Beer. D-Dey response group made up of special forces Vets put on a short safety demonstration for our captains and mates.
Tournament day started with a festival of 35 vendors, steel drum band, vintage cars,water slide & dunk tank. Families enjoyed the festivities while cheering on our teams as they weighed in. Almost 60 boats weighed in some of the largest fish caught in this year’s tournament series. Fish that would have won other tournaments didn’t place in ours. The tournament winner was a 49.2lb Kingfish caught by team Holdem Hook on a 23 Contender single engine, proving anyone its anyone’s game.
We couldn’t be more proud of our tournament this year. We worked for 10 months with the most dedicated committee and amazing sponsors. We want to thank everyone that volunteered, fished and sponsored this year’s event because without each of them there would be no Chasen’Tailz. Special Thank you to Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Boat Connection, CMI, Yellowfin Builders, GOST, Islamorada Beer, IBIS Builders, SINA Realestate, Regency Party Rentals, Saltwater Brewery, Canvas & Towers, Mount This, Marsh Tacky Carbon, Tommy Bahama, Burgerfi & Harbourside Place. We miss Chase more than words could ever describe but we are thankful that his legacy and short life is now helping so many children and families.