This will be the SIXTH ANNUAL ‘Andy & Opie Kid’s Fishing Tournament’.
Techno Goober started this event as a way to encourage local children and parents to spend quality time together, outside! As the event grows & gains momentum each year, members of the community and local businesses have continued to generously contribute to the cause, making sure that every child – no matter their financial means – can be involved, have fun & enjoy a day of fishing with family and friends!
When: Saturday, October 3rd, 2020
Where: Milton Memorial Park
FREE Registration begins at 8 AM
Fishing will be from 9 AM to NOON.
All winners will be announced by 1 PM.
*Winners will be determined by the length of the largest fish caught, between 9 AM – NOON.
Participants may record more than one fish with the volunteers, however, only the largest catch will be considered.
Age groups: 7 & under, 8-12 & 13-17
*There is a Girls’ & Boys’ Division, in an effort to create MORE chances to win a trophy and prizes.
ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AND HAVE A WAIVER SIGNED AT REGISTRATION!
Will bait be provided?
YES, bait is provided every year & there are volunteers to help you prepare your rods.
Will lunch be provided?
YES, Hot dogs are being generously donated by Irish Eyes this year. Lunch will begin at 11:00 AM
How do I sign my child up for this event?
There are NO sign-ups prior to the event. Show up in Milton Memorial Park at 8 AM on October 3rd, 2020 and register.
Does this event cost anything?
Registration is FREE! Please note: gift cards & 50/50 will be raffled off to the parents in attendance – CASH ONLY for tickets.
“Awesome people and awesome tournament. We had a lot of fun! Thank you!”
– Jessica Adams
“Great time for the kids. Volunteers went out of their way to make sure all the kids had a great time. Thank you to all the volunteers and great sponsors!”
– Michael Lacey
“Fantastic event! Volunteers were very friendly and my 5 y/o loved getting the sticker after catching a fish!”
– Nicole Gonzon
“Great family event. We go every year. Thanks Techno Goober and gang! Your volunteers are the best. Patient and enthusiastic.”
– Cindy Faye
“Our girls had fun. They both caught a fish and were surprised to win trophies. It was a morning well spent as a family. This event made us go out and fish, something we wouldn’t have thought of. Now , we may do more fishing and make good use of the fishing rods that they were given. The volunteers were all nice. To the organizers , volunteers and sponsors, thanks for setting this up!”
– Maria Valenzuela Haldar