• Captains Party

    Where -  Hot Leggz

    Register & Calcuttas - 6-7pm 

    Captains Party - Wednesday April 24th 7:30 

    Cornhole & Hot Leggz will be open for Food And Drinks as Well!! 

     Captains Party 

  • Awards

    Lines in @ 7am April 27th 

    Lines Out @ 4pm April 27th

    Boat must be South of Merrits boat yard and visible to 14th Street Boat Ramp by 5 pm April 27th

    Weigh station at 14th Street Boat Ramp Pompano Beach 

    - 2901 NE 14th St, Pompano Beach, FL 33062

  • Awards

    April 27th  after the last boat has weighed their fish!


    At 14th street Boat Ramp


    2901 NE 14th St, Pompano Beach, FL 33062 

2023 Payouts

2023 Top Boats & Payouts

Top 4 CHECKS  

How Ya Reelin - $10,050

Fred!- $8818

Inflight - $4526

Incognito - $3866

Slayfest Results 

1. How Ya Reelin Bait & Tackle  180.5 Pounds 

2. In-Flight - 175 Pounds 

3. Inconchnito - 163 Pounds 

4. Fred!! - 154 Pounds 

5. Off The Wall - 146 Pounds 

6. Kimbuktu -  115.5 Pounds 

7. FIn Sanity 109.5 Pounds 

Biggest Fish 

Fred - 32 pound King 

  • Biggest Fish Calcutta

    $200 Entry 

    Heaviest fish of any eligible species. Winner Take all 

  • Tuna / King Combo

    $200 Entry 

    The weight of your biggest king plus the weight of your biggest tuna added together.

    70% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

  • 10 Fish Aggregate

    Entry $400

    The combined weight of up to 10 fish. (Only 4 fish per species)

    50% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

    20% 3rd Place 

  • Big King

    $200 Entry 

    The Heaviest Kingfish Wins!

    70% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

  • Big Tuna

    $200 Entry 

    The Heaviest Tuna Wins!

    70% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

  • Big Wahoo

    $200 Entry 

    The Heaviest Wahoo Wins!

    70% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

  • Big Mahi

    $200 Entry 

    The Heaviest Mahi Mahi Wins!

    70% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

  • Big Cobia

    $200 Entry 

    The Heaviest Cobia Wins!

    70% 1st Place

    30% 2nd Place 

  • Across the Board

    $2175 across the board 

    May the best boat win the most money!!

Tournament Rules

A.)Early Registration: ($350) is due by April 1st. Checks payable to "10/10 Slicker Beaut LLC" 

B.)Registration due no later than kickoff party: Registration form and money is due no later than the kick off party on Wednesday April 23rd  at Hot Leggz on Commerical Blvd (Registration Fees are none refundable)

C.)Anglers: Each boat can register as many anglers as they like. All anglers should be provided on registration form. All changes to angler list must be texted to 954-366-8124 before lines in. 

D.) Fish that Count: Kingfish, Tuna, Dolphin, Wahoo, Cobia 

E.) Fish Count - Each boat can weigh 10 fish with a maximum of 4 per species and must follow IGFAs bag limits. To be eligible a fish must be 10 pounds. 

F.) Tackle: All fish must be caught on rod and reel. Wire lines are permitted. No electric reels (except kite rods & down riggers). Treble hooks are permitted. Harpoons may not be used for any purpose in the tournament.

G.) Bait: Fishing with live bait is allowed in the tournament. Live chumming is not allowed but baits removed from hooks after being fished can be placed in the water. Hooking baits purposely to take them off and through in the water will result in disqualification. Live bait teasers are not allowed.  All teams in the tournament are not allowed to have another boat live chum on their behalf.  Frozen chum and cut bait are allowed. No bait fishing during lines in. 

H.) Hook & Catch: All anglers must hook, fight, and catch their own fish. Once a fish is hooked, that angler must fight the fish until it is properly released, boated or lost. Anglers may not pass rods to fellow anglers once a fish has been hooked. A fish is considered to be hooked once the drag is engaged or the bail is closed. The use of a rod holder to hook a fish is allowable provided the individual that engages the drag is the same person that fights the fish until release, catch or loss.

I.) Tournament Channel: The tournament committee will operate on Channel 80. Channel 69 will be used as an alternate. All discussions among competitors should be conducted on alternate channels.

J.) Boundaries: Participating boats may only fish water on the east coast of Florida and go no more than 40 miles offshore at anytime during the tournament day. Boats may fish as far north or south as they wish, but lines must be out of water at 4:00P.M. You must display your boat to the tournament
committee at 14th street boat ramp no later than 5 P.M. No boats can go west of 81°54.745W/24°28.547N.

K.) Check-Out: There will be a gentlemen’s lines in at 7:00AM. You can leave from any inlet you wish, as long as you are visually checked in by displaying your boat to the tournament committee no later than 5:00PM at 14th street boat Ramp. This includes no bait fishing prior to 7:00 A.M. Teams may also not chum or chunk until 7:00 A.M. Any boat that wins money is subject to polygraph! Lines in early will result in DISQUALIFICATION.

L.) Check-In: Check-In begins at 3:30 PM. Lines out of the water at 4pm. All boats with fish to weigh must be visually & verbally checked in by displaying their boat to the tournament committee no later than 5:00PM at 14th street boat ramp. Boats that do not check in by 5:00PM will not be eligible to weigh their fish. Check in will be visible to 14th street boat ramp & boat must be south of Merrits boatyard to be visible.  All boats must be flying their slicker beaut flag in the inlet until after they have weighed their fish.  

M.) Landfall: After check-out, or once fishing hours have begun, no boats will be allowed to touch land until reaching the weigh-in. Special consideration will be given for medical conditions and special circumstances that may arise during the day. The committee must be notified in advance of any situation that may warrant exception to this rule.

N.)Inspection: The tournament committee reserve the right to inspect any boat  in the tournament prior to the start of fishing on Saturday morning. Any boat that refuses inspection will be automatically disqualified from the tournament. 

O.) Weigh-In: The weigh station is located 14th street boa ramp also known as Alsdorf Park Public Boat Launch (2901 NE 14th St, Pompano Beach, FL 33062) The scale will open at 3:30PM. All fish must be brought to the weigh station in the boat that they were caught. Transferring of fish to another boat will result in disqualification. All decisions of the weigh master are final.

P.)Weather: In the event that weather conditions arise deemed unsafe for the average registered boat, by the tournament officials, the tournament may be called off for that day. No refunds will be made in the event of cancellation. Any notice of cancellation will be broadcast on channel 80. If Saturday is weathered out, the tournament will be moved to the same hours on Sunday. It is expressly understood that the permitting of fishing by tournament officials does not ensure the safety of registered anglers or any other occupants of their vessels. Captains, anglers and all other members of registered boats must determine in their own judgment whether to fish under the given conditions based on factors including but not limited to the seaworthiness of their boat and their own seamanship.

Q.) Protests: All protests must be made within 2 hours of the conclusion of weigh-in along with $1000 cash or check to the tournament officials. Protests should be made based on first hand eyewitness information. All decisions of the tournament officials regarding protests are final.

R.) Polygraph: By entering the tournament all captains, anglers and occupants of their boats voluntarily consent to submit to a polygraph examination as deemed necessary by tournament officials. All decisions of the polygraph examiner will be final. Any captain, angler or occupant of a registered boat who refuses to take a polygraph or provides untruthful answers as determined by the examiner will be disqualified from the tournament without further notice. Such a disqualification will eliminate payment or provision of any prize money, awards and/or refund of entrance fees or calcuttas.

S.) Calcutta: Calcutta with no winner will result in the money from that calcutta rolling over to the same calcutta the following year.

T.) Release: By signing the entry form, all captains, anglers and occupants of their boat hereby consent that tournament officials may use without payment or restriction, any photographs, video or interviews in which he or she may appear for any purpose whatsoever, including but not limited to resale, advertising and promotional material.

U.) Tournament Discretion: The tournament director reserves the right to implement his discretion at any time during the tournament as it may apply to the rules or any other circumstance that should arise during the course of the event.

2021 Results

Top 4 In the Money

Florida Man - $9180

Big Dog Tackle  - $3480

Blue Moon - $2630

Young Guns - $2510 

Top 10 Overall

1. Florida Man - 1st Place Overall Calcutta 

2. Blue Moon - 2nd Place Overall Calcutta 

3. Young Guns - 3rd Place Overall Calcutta 

4. Ice Box 

5. Fin-Sanity 

6. On The Edge

7. Chasin Tail

8. Power Play 


10. Sails Call

Biggest Fish

1. Big Dog Tackle

Biggest Tuna

1. Young Guns - 1st Place Tuna Calcutta 

2.Blue Moon - 2nd Place Tuna Calcutta 

Biggest King

1. Big Dog Tackle - 1st Place King Calcutta 

2. Florida Man - 2nd Place King Calcutta 

Biggest Mahi

1. Chasin Tail

2.Power Play - 1st Place Mahi Calcutta

3. On the Edge - 2nd Place Mahi  Calcutta 

Tuna King Combo Calcutta

1. Florida Man 

2. Young Guns / Blue Moon Tie  

General Prizes

Top Overall Boat

1st Place - $5,000

2nd Place - $800

3rd Place - $500

The Winner is determined based off the highest weight of up to 10 fish. (4 fish max per specie

Heaviest fish award

Winner Take all  - $250

Heaviest King award

1st Place - $100

Heaviest Tuna award

1st Place - $100

Heaviest Mahi award

1st Place - $100

Heaviest Wahoo award

1st Place - $100

Heaviest Cobia award

1st Place - $100

Based off of 18 Boats