The countdown is ON for the 3rd Annual Endless Summer Tourney! Mark your calendars for September 1, 2021 and get ready to claim your throne.
What is it?
The Endless Summer Tourney (EST) on one-of-a-kind tournament. This nationwide, fly fishing-only, catch-and-release, event is available to all anglers looking to chase a variety of species in various fisheries across the United States.
Why sign up?
That’s an easy one. A mountain of drool-worthy prizes (worth over $3k!) from our sponsors is waiting for the first through third place winners (like YETI, Fishpond, Traeger, Costa, Badfish, Postfly, Sierra Nevada, Free Fly, Pelican Reels, Arc, & Wade Rods…seriously, the prizes are sick!). Oh, and did we mention the BONUS Social Media Giveaway for the most epic post on Instagram!? Ya, you’re not going to want to miss this.
How to get in on the fun…
Step 1: REGISTER!
Your registry/entry ticket gets you into the tourney and gets you the hookup on a rad Captain’s Bag full of all the goods you need to participate.
Step 2: follow POSTFLY
Get yourself on instagram and hit that ol’ Follow button.
Step 3: POST!
Post your photos on IG using the hashtag #ESTourney2021. But don’t forget, your fish must be photographed alongside official Endless Summer measuring tape provided by Postfly (in Captain’s Bag). All the details are on the Tourney home page.
Step 6: Get Your entries in
Submit entries using our submission form from September 1 to 11:59PM on September 6th (link will be live on Wednesday September 1st)!
To WIN the cup, get ready to tally your biggest catches. Submit your 5 largest fish across 22 species on our list (don’t worry, each species is handicapped to create an even fishing-field). The anglers with the most points determined by their personal best 5 catches (in inches) will take home the loot.
That’s it, y’all. Now GO GET ‘EM!
Big River Collective is a tag-team duo, Ryan Michelle Scavo (@RyOutside) and Sam Scavo (@S_Scavo). They are content creators – photographers, writers, & more. – and lovers of Postfly & The Wade blog. They do a lot of playing outside including chasing trout and rambling around southern Colorado looking for the next adventure with their two kiddos and cattle dogs.