Upcoming Event

No Motor Tournament 2019

Join The Sportfishing Conservancy for a great day on the coast in the 11th Annual No Motor Tournament and have a great chance to win a fishing kayak and other prizes.
Coming – "No Motor" fishing tournament brings an awesome chance to spend a morning on the water, help a local family and maybe even win an awesome kayak. 
This year’s 11th annual “No Motor” tournament kicks off at Danny’s Deli on Saturday October 19 and will provide another opportunity to spend a morning on the beach and maybe win some awesome prizes. More importantly, your participation can help a local family cope with their tragic loss. Eric Romero, who was a past entrant and grand prize winner in the No Motor and had worked at Danny’s Deli for years, was the victim of an assault and lost his life this past summer.  In memory of Eric, this year we will be working with Danny’s Deli to help raise money for his children, daughter Mercedes 9, and one-year old Bentley.  Enter the tournament and support the kids. 
The “No Motor Tournament” offers surf anglers not only a chance to get their feet wet, but also the opportunity to win a fishing kayak along with some awesome prizes.  Anglers can compete mano a mano from the sand on the beach, or in kayaks and stand up paddleboards.  No Motor tournament rules and prizes will follow like past years. Sign in at Danny’s starting at 6:30 Saturday morning, with meeting for all to follow. Lines out and “weigh in” at 11:30 back at Danny’s.  Entry is the same $20, with raffle tickets and Danny’s Tri-Tip included for all paid entries.  Kids may enter free as a local Goleta realtor, Marco Farrell, has endowed a scholarship for the kids.  In addition to this year’s kayak, raffle will include awesome prizes donated locally. Remember, all proceeds will go to Eric’s kids. For more information visit the links below to the rules and registration forms or call or 805 895 3000 and leave a message.








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