The first edition of the Great Fishing Tournament City of Santa Rosa, Award Peyerrey greater weight, to be held on 31 this month in the lagoon Parque Don Thomas is coming.
The event is organized by Pezcalandia, to benefit the Deaf and Hard of Hearing School of Santa Rosa. All persons over 10 years may participate. The registration, which costs 150 pesos per cane, is open until the 20th of this month. The procedure can be performed on 1,410 Luro Avenue. “Two rods per angler is allowed , ” said Guillermo Cuadrado, who is in charge of the organization. Cuadrado said the tournament will take place in the beach area located between the Nautical Club La Pampa and the Cross. “The fish must measure more than 25 centimeters, otherwise it must return to water.” Cuadrado added that each fisherman can choose the bait and the amount that you think appropriate. “The line has to be background and is prohibited the use of any type of buoy.” “We want all competitors have clear rules so that there are no problems. So every angler can report to a prosecutor any irregularities you see “he said Cuadrado. Cuadrado said he took the initiative to organize the fishing tournament to help the Deaf and Hard of Hearing School of Santa Rosa. “I found it good to take my activity organizing a sporting event and which in turn is supportive.” Cuadrado said that to carry out the tournament first requested authorization to avoid damage to the ecosystem of the lagoon. “The idea is to organize a tournament every six months, provided assessments of what they study the lagoon so allow “Cuadrado said. ” we want to clarify that registration closes on August 20, but may end earlier if the quota of 150 fishermen is completed , “he said Cuadrado. Cuadrado said how nice this tournament is that young people and adults can participate in ladies and gentlemen.”It will be a recreational sporting event and solidarity”.
In relation to the prizes, the tournament winner will receive a Atlantikayak’s with rowing, the second, a team full fishing, the third, a Daiwa rod, and from the fourth to tenth, fishing tackle and camping.