Pabst Blue Ribbon is back for the 5th edition of the Northeast’s most lucrative fishing tournament! We’ve made some BIG changes for 2016 and in an effort to be more sustainable and conservation minded, we are now a 100% Catch and Release tournament. The Tournament is once again proud to be supporting the New England Lions’ Clubs and their Visually Impaired Persons Fishing Tournaments for a third consecutive year. We’ll see you out on the water! Find out how to register here!


The registration fee for the Tournament is $40 per angler ($20 for seniors and juniors*).

All participants receive a limited edition PBR Fishing t-shirt & hat, koozie, bandana, and more.


$40 Adults

(Ages 15-65)

$20 Juniors + Seniors

*Seniors must have their 65th birthday on or before the opening day of the Tournament. The Junior Division is for persons who have not reached their 15th birthday before the Tournament’s opening day.

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You must agree to the terms in order to register. You must be 65 or older on 6/1/2015 in order to receive Senior pricing. You must be 15 or under on 6/1/2015 in order to receive Junior pricing.
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1st Place Overall $10,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000
2nd Place Overall $5,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000
3rd Place $3,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000
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The Pabst Blue Ribbon Northeast Tourney proudly announces its support of the New England Lions Clubs’ Visually Impaired Fishing Tournaments. Annual proceeds from the PBR Northeast Tourney will further enhance the Lions Clubs’ efforts to improve the lives of the visually impaired public and veterans throughout the region.

With 2014 comes event growth across the region for the Lions Clubs. Rhode Island will be hosting its seventh annual tournament, which projects to be the largest to date. The Connecticut tournament will see major expansion and Massachusetts is set to host its inaugural tournament. The increased popularity ensures that the Northeast will be well represented at the annual National Visually Impaired Tournament held on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. A New England Championship is also on the horizon for 2015.

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