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Private Boat Ticket

Private Boat Ticket Rules

Any boat is eligible, except Charter boats.
The cost is $375 for the entire 9-day event. This will include up to 15 entry tickets in Salmon-A-Rama for the Boat Division only.  The fish caught on the Private Boat ticket can only be entered in the Boat Division. The tickets must be filled out prior to fishing. The tickets are ONLY valid for the boat that they were issued for and are non-transferable. If a participant wants to fish on a different boat, they will have to purchase another ticket. This ticket is NOT eligible for the Youth Division, Kayak Division or Shore Division as these are separate categories. If any of the anglers on your boat want to fish in the Youth Division, they will have to purchase a Youth Division ticket. 

Everyone who fished in this event during the 9 days (up to 15 tickets) will also receive a free raffle ticket for the awards ceremony raffle on the last Sunday.
The fish to be registered must be accompanied with a ticket signed by the Captain as well as the participant weighing the fish. The Captain or crew may weigh the fish for any angler fishing on the boat providing the ticket is signed by both the captain and the participant whose fish is being weighed.
Any prizes will be awarded at the discretion of the boat owner.

RULE CHANGES
1. The Tournament Committee may change or modify any of these rules, as necessary. Any changes will be communicated on this website or social media.
LIABILITY EXCLUSION
1. Each contestant shall accept responsibility to protect persons and property from injury or damage during the contest, and Salmon Unlimited of Wisconsin shall not be responsible for the safety of persons or property of participants, regardless of cause.
2. All participants further agree to hold Salmon Unlimited of Wisconsin, its officers, tournament committee, sponsors and volunteers harmless from any liability for damage incurred as a result of participation in the Tournament, in whatever form or manner said liabilities or damages might be incurred