Welcome to the next great tournament to come to the Texas coast. The Autonation Saltwater Roundup is a one-day tournament designed for anglers of all ages and skill levels. This tournament gives every angler a chance to win the grand prize without bringing in the most fish. This is how it works. This is a boat or kayak tournament. Anglers must come and go by boat or kayak. There are two divisions, a family division and a team division. The family division must consist of immediate family members and their spouses/kids. The team division consists of teams of up to four anglers. The team must fish from the same boat. A kayak team consists of two to four anglers fishing within sight of each other. Each team and family may bring in three fish; one redfish, one trout, and one other (flounder, sand trout, black drum, sheepshead). The teams three fish will be their total weight. There will be prizes for the top three in each division. In addition, there will be a Pre-Tournament Reception and Rules review on Friday night before the tournament. There will be dinner served on Friday at the reception and Saturday at the weigh-in. The tournament will be produced by Simrod Outdoors. The largest saltwater tournament production company in Texas. For more information, click here to read the Rules and Regulations.
All events will be held at the Robert's Point Park Pavilion in Port Aransas, TX. Friday, April 25, 2014 Registration 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Dinner: 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Captain's Meeting: 7:00 PM
Saturday, April 26, 2014 Tournament Begins: Safe Daylight, Communicated at Captain's Meeting Scales Open: 2:00 PM Must be in line at scales at 4:00 PM Door Prizes: 4:30 PM Dinner: 5:00 PM Trophies: 5:30 PM Grand Prize Drawing: 5:45
Latest News! The Late Fee has been waived until 11:59 PM, Thursday, April 24. New Prize and Payout structure for 2014. Click Here for details.
For Entry Fee and Sign-Up information, Click Here.
2013 Recap The 2013 Autonation Saltwater Round-Up was a huge success. Over 150 anglers came out to fish, raise money for the American Diabetes Association and win a chance at $10,000.00. The event raised over $25,000.00 for the ADA. Thank You to all of the anglers, fans and sponsors for making this a great event! Click here for the KIII broadcast of the winner, William Starnes!