Gregory Town Fishing Tournament 2017

img_1491The second annual Gregory Town Fishing Tournament is being held on Saturday February 11.

To participate you must register on Friday February 10 between 3pm and 8pm at Unca Gene’s in Gregory Town. Registration fee is $10. Registration the day of the tournament is $15. All potential prize winners must be caught on Saturday February 11 between dawn and 3pm. Rain date is Sunday February 12.

Weigh in runs between 3 and 5pm February 11th at Gregory Town dock. Unca Gene’s after party features drink specials, good grub, and open mic hosted by Jebby Jeb and his Muffin People.

Prizes will be awarded in these categories:

– Heaviest fish caught by hook and line from shore
– Heaviest fish caught by hook and line from a boat
– Heaviest fish by spear
– Largest amount of lionfish caught by any method

Rules:

Fish must be caught between dawn and 3pm on February 11, 2016.
No bonefish, sharks, rays, Nassau grouper, nor jabberwockies.
Tie breaker: fish length.

Come on out and participate and to benefit a good cause. Don’t fish? No problem. All donations gratefully accepted. Stop by Unca Gene’s or the Gregory Town cove.

Last year was a blast.

Gregory Town Fishing Tournament Revived; Organisers aiming for Annual February Event

Second Annual Gregory Town Fishing Tournament

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For those that missed it, last year’s inaugural Gregory Town Fishing Tournament featured large fishes, prizes, swag, boozing, fish-frying, good times, sponsors, fundraising, and other stuff that I forgot.

Through the mighty efforts of the highly-skilled local fisherman and the generosity or our local sponsors (Jimmy’s, da Perk, Unca Gene’s, WhiskyTango Labs,…) we raised enough moola to get the Gregory Town School a copier/printer/scanner.

Ms. Clarke graciously accepted the new device, just in time for the new school year and the influx of young scholars and hard-working teachers.

The date has been set for the second annual: Saturday, February 11, 2017. We are looking for sponsors. All funds go toward supporting Gregory Town School. Which, by the way has a list of needs if anyone is curious…

Special thanks to Ms. Amanda, without whom me and Boyd would still be sitting around soaking up booze, and talking about having a fishing tournament.

Tren de la Noche

vintages

On the right, Pájaro del Trueno sea grape wine.
On the left Tren de la Noche made from Scarlett and Hog plums.
Inspired by some of the greatest wines that ever coursed through the bloodstreams of the the most tight-fistedly discerning wine snobs. Comes with our cast-iron, three-star plunger guarantee: it’ll get you where you want to be, or you get another bottle free. Brought to you by WhiskyTango Labs, where we say: “To Hell with Thirst.”

Poinciana 2016

Gregory Town is awash with red.

Gregory Town Fishing Tournament 2016

The Gregory Town Fishing Tournament is being revived, in the name of fun, and to raise funds to benefit local institutions. This year’s proceeds will be spent directly on supplies for Gregory Town School.

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To participate you must register on Friday February 12 between 3pm and 8pm at Unca Gene’s in Gregory Town. Registration fee is $10. Registration the day of the tournament is $15. All potential prize winners must be caught on Saturday February 13 between dawn and 3pm. Rain date is Sunday February 14.

Weigh in runs between 3 and 5pm February 13th at Gregory Town dock. Unca Gene’s after party features drink specials, good grub, and open mic musical entertainment.

Prizes will be awarded in these categories:

– Heaviest fish caught by hook and line from shore
– Heaviest fish caught by hook and line from a boat
– Heaviest fish speared
– Largest amount of lionfish caught by any method

Rules:

Fish must be caught between dawn and 3pm on February 13, 2016.
No bonefish, sharks, rays, Nassau grouper, nor jabberwockies.
Tie breaker: fish length.

Stay tuned for further information about prizes, boat charters, and more.

Soul Signs II

Chapter Two. Here’s some signs near Gregory Town.

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Fishing At Long Bight

Ant caught a strange fish
Toothy thing and ugly too
Soon sent on his way