UPCOMING EVENT: FLW Pro Circuit - 2020 - Sam Rayburn Reservoir

New Berkley Cast for Cash Contingency

New Berkley Cast for Cash Contingency

New for 2019, anglers can win big with Berkley thanks to the new Cast for Cash bait contingency program launching for the upcoming fishing season.

Anglers that become members of Cast for Cash can earn cash prizes for their performance in more than 500 sanctioned tournaments.

After purchasing a membership for $29.99, anglers will receive a 2019 Cast for Cash membership ID and an exclusive Berkley Pro Pack valued at $47.95. At each sanctioned tournament, the top two Cast for Cash finishers will be rewarded with a cash prize.

Here are more details:

 

Berkley Pro Pack contents:

1 bag of 5-inch PowerBait MaxScent The General in green pumpkin party

1 bag of 3-inch PowerBait Chigger Bug in green pumpkin

Cutter 110+ in purple glimmer

Dredger 14.5 in old blue

2019 Cast for Cash hat

2019 Cast for Cash sticker

 

Possible winnings:

Eligible Cast for Cash members will have the opportunity to earn from $100 to $2,000 depending on the sanctioned tournament. There is no limit on how many times an angler can win.

 

Participating FLW tournament trails:

Costa FLW Series regular-season events

Costa FLW Series Championship

T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League events

T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League All-American

 

2019 rules and regulations summary

What follows is only a summary of program rules. For complete rules and regulations, visit berkley-fishing.com/Cast-for-Cash.

1. Anglers must use Berkley hard or soft bait in sanctioned tournaments to be eligible to win Cast for Cash contingency prize money.

2. Anglers must purchase a membership and register for Cast for Cash online no later than 48 hours before a tournament to be considered eligible. They will then be eligible for sanctioned tournaments through the remainder of the year.

3. Anglers must have their Cast for Cash membership card and a valid government-issued ID available to present to tournament officials at all sanctioned tournaments. Membership cards will be emailed to anglers upon registration.

4. If fishing in a team tournament, both anglers must be registered Cast for Cash members to qualify for payouts. There will only be one payout awarded per team.

5. Anglers must indicate that they are Cast for Cash members when registering for sanctioned tournaments (if applicable) and must comply with all tournament guidelines to be eligible to win Cast for Cash prizes.

6. Anglers must display a Cast for Cash membership decal (provided in the Berkley Pro Pack) on a visible area of their boat.

7. Membership is annual, lasting from Jan. 1 or the date purchased thereafter, and will expire on Dec. 31 of that same year.

8. Tournaments must have a minimum of 20 boats to be Cast for Cash sanctioned events.

 

For more information on Berkley’s Cast for Cash bait contingency program, to read the complete rules and regulations, or to become a member, visit berkley-fishing.com/Cast-for-Cash.

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