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Published on Jan 17, 2017
Welcome to the first World Freshwater Spearfishing Championship, WFSC. These events will occurs worldwide on every odd year. Our first event is MAY 18 & 19, 2017 in Lake Mead, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA This is a 2 Day diving event in the beautiful warm waters of the Nevada desert. Water temperature 70-75 degrees F. Visibility will range from 1-10 meters.
Day #1 will be unlimited Striped Bass only. This a very difficult game fish to find and shoot. It will make for a very challenging day of diving. Unlimited size and take. Fish will be awarded 3 points per fish with no points for weight.
Day #2 will be unlimited Carp only. This is the common carp and they are very abundant in this lake. These are rather easy fish to shoot, but top competitors will need to shoot over 100 fish to be competitive. The sheer weight and number of fish you will need to shoot and handle makes for a very different hunt and challenge from the first day. Unlimited size and take. Fish will be given 1 point per fish and no points for weight. Both these fish species the Department of Wildlife would like to remove/control in this lake. Your largest fish from each day will be weighed for the big fish awards and as a tie breaker.
Teams: Each country will be allowed 2 teams in 3 different divisions. Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles. And up to 4 individuals for a masters division (age 60 and over as of meet day). Teams must dive together (in boat based meets). Masters can be a part of any team or choose to dive alone. Mixed Doubles can consist of a man and woman, or man and Junior under 18 years old, or woman and a Junior. All teams need to qualify in their country and have permission to representative their country. Where agencies do not exist for this permission, resumes may be sent in to qualify with the WFSC committee. Send to the contact us, tab on the website.