Upcoming 2018 Yarmouth Shark Scramble

This year is going to be fantastic. The dates are from August 15th – 18th.

This year’s registration contact is Doreen and you can reach her by email at doreen_saulnier@hotmail.ca

You can get the 2018 registration form here and the sponsorship letter here.

Weigh ins will be on Saturday August 18th and prizes awarded in the evening.

We have Ghost Town Heroes playing in the Rudders tent during the evening on Saturday as well.

2017 Winners

1st Place – (In memory of Gary Nickerson)
Boat : Classy Lady
Captain: Calvin McNicol
Winning Participant: Ian McNicol
Skark: 313 lb Blue Shark

2nd Place – (In memory of Gregory Comeau)
Boat: Knot Too Shore
Captain: Darin Lowe
Winning Participant: Andrew Rhyno
Shark: 312 lb Blue Shark

3rd Place – (In memory of Ernest Michaels)
Boat: Kathy & Girls
Captain: Scott Rhode
Winning Participant: Brock Hamilton
Shark: 311 lb Blue Shark

Sharks Landed – 39 BLUE (38 male/1 female), 2 SHORTFIN MAKO (2 male)

Sharks Tagged & Released – 84 (Blue Sharks / Porbeagle Sharks / Mako Sharks)

Winners 2017

1st Place – (In memory of Gary Nickerson)
Boat : Classy Lady
Captain: Calvin McNicol
Winning Participant: Ian McNicol
Skark: 313 lb Blue Shark

2nd Place – (In memory of Gregory Comeau)
Boat: Knot Too Shore
Captain: Darin Lowe
Winning Participant: Andrew Rhyno
Shark: 312 lb Blue Shark

3rd Place – (In memory of Ernest Michaels)
Boat: Kathy & Girls
Captain: Scott Rhode
Winning Participant: Brock Hamilton
Shark: 311 lb Blue Shark

Sharks Landed – 39 BLUE (38 male/1 female), 2 SHORTFIN MAKO (2 male)

Sharks Tagged & Released – 84 (Blue Sharks / Porbeagle Sharks / Mako Sharks)

Just a month away!!!!

First I would like to mention that we are now up to 16 boats registered for this years scramble. That’s amazing I must say.

We would like to put it out there and ask if any of the registered boats would be interested in taking people with them or perhaps someone out there willing to take a boat out to accomodate those people that registered as they don’t have a boat to go on right now but really want to go.

Im not sure about you all but I am pretty pumped about this event. Its going to be a blast. Can’t wait.

So spread the word. Tell everyone. Together we can make this a great come back

Register today give me a shout at 902-307-0705

The Scramble is Back!!!!

This years event is taking place August 12th & 13th, 2017 with an offshore and a bay division and we are open for registration.We are down to 2 days for the early registration fee. The last day to register at $125 is Friday July 30th. After that it is $150.

Something new we have in place this year for you guys is that we currently have 2 fuel sponsors. What does this mean? It means that as of right now at the captains meeting we will be doing a draw and 6 lucky boats will each receive a $500 fuel sponsor. Keep in mind that if we get more sponsors, we will be doing more draws.

If you haven’t done so already get your boat registered today. You do not want to miss the comeback of the Yarmouth Shark Scramble.

Feel free to reach out to Rachelle @ 902-307-0705 and get yourself signed up today.

2014 Yarmouth Shark Scramble Winners

2014 Yarmouth Shark Scramble Results Aug. 13 to Aug 16

Total Number of Participants——- 111
Number of Vessels———————- 14

Winners

1st Place—— Matthew Bolliver/M/V Tykisha-j– Captain Kenny Graham
2nd Place—– Micheal Bourque/M/V Oilers Lady- Captain Brian Deveau
3rd Place—– Trevor McNicol/M/V Matador——- Captain Perry Amirault

Total Weight in lbs. 8430
High Boat Weight– Tykisha-j- 1064 lbs
Matador- 1000 lbs
Oilers Lady- 916 lbs

30 Blue Shark landed
1 Mako landed
Total wt.– 8430 lbs.

This year’s The Vanguard article by Carla Allen

We would like to thank all participants, volunteers and sponsors for an amazing scramble this year!

2013 Yarmouth Shark Scramble Winners

Another SHARK SCRAMBLE over for 2013 . There were 55 shark caught.

1st place weighing in a MAKO at 444 pounds caught by CHAD GRAHAM on TYKISHA J.

2nd place was caught by DANNY AMIRAULT on AMANDA AND ALLISON weighing in at 392 pounds.

3rd place was IAN MC NICOL on MATADOR 1 weighing in at 386 pounds

The Vanguard article by Carla Allen

We would like to thank all participants, volunteers and sponsors for an amazing scramble this year!