AUG. 20-25, 2023

AUG. 18-23, 2024 | AUG. 17-22, 2025

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“The MidAtlantic has continually set the standard for big game fishing tournaments in terms of prize money, hospitality, and conservation.”

Now in its 32nd year the MidAtlantic has truly been a one-of-a-kind experience that continues to create memories to last a lifetime for all participants. Which is why each August, boat owners, captains and crews come together from all over the world to compete in this great event! The event is staged out of two world renowned ports; Cape May, NJ, where the Canyon Club Resort Marina is the home base of the tournament and Ocean City, MD, with Sunset Marina serving as the second port’s headquarters. Along with their prime locations, each port has first class accommodations and offers distinct amenities for participants to enjoy while dockside. Both locations have fully run weigh-ins simultaneously, which are broadcast via our livestream media to keep everyone informed as the excitement happens and the participants take center stage. Online Registration for the MidAtlantic Tournament opens February 1st. Earlier entry guarantees an official boat number for the tournament.

A Dramatic Finish and a Tournament Record Highlight the Final Day as 31st MidAtlantic Comes to a Close

A Dramatic Finish and a Tournament Record Highlight the Final Day as 31st MidAtlantic Comes to a Close 1024 683 the MidAtlantic

It was bound to happen. Day Five at the MidAtlantic has a history of dramatic finishes and 2022 would be no different. Many a crewmember has spent the night before the final day of the tournament tossing and turning as they nervously await the end of the final day of fishing. Way back in 1997 the phrase “Moving Day” was first used for Day Five at this event because of the big changes that occur to the leaderboard. Fortunes have…

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