2023 Lowcountry Bottom Fishing Rodeo | July 8-10 | Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina

Benefiting Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy & Lowcountry First Responders Tournament

Host and Presenting Sponsor: Charleston Harbor Resort & Marine
Captain’s Meeting: Thursday, July 6 at Lookout Pavilion presented by First Capital Bank
Fishing Rodeo: Friday, July 8, Saturday, July 9 and Sunday, July 10


Entry allows anglers to fish for all three days!

Inshore / Bottom Fishing: $75 per angler
Inshore: flounder, red snapper, sea trout, sheepshead, spanish mackerel
Bottom Fish: amberjack, black sea bass, grouper, triggerfish, vermilion snapper

Offshore / King Mackerel: $125 per angler


Bottom and Inshore Fish (based on 100 entries)
$500 for the largest bottom fish in each category
​Top three largest fish in each category win a trophy

King Mackerel (based on 50 entries)
$2,000 for 1st largest fish
$1,000 for 2nd largest fish
$750 for 3rd largest fish
​Top three largest fish in each category win a trophy.

Additional Prize Categories
$500 for largest fish caught by a first responder
$300 for largest fish caught by a lady angler (18 years and older)
$300 for largest fish caught by a youth angler (under 18 years old)

Levels: $6,000 | $3,000 | $2,000 | $1,000

Questions? Please call Erin Roach at 724-331-9243.

Tournament Director: Tom Ledford

About Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy: Our to be a light in the depth of pain and a hope in the day-to-day with comprehensive chaplain care for first responders, individuals, and the community. The Chaplaincy’s service model is unique; 90% of our organization is volunteer driven. Our chaplains and survivor care team members are selfless human beings.

Every day, The Chaplaincy supports first responders and citizens affected by crisis and trauma. When they appear on a scene, their mere presence brings calmness to a chaotic atmosphere.

“I want to thank the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy. We couldn’t do what we do everyday if we didn’t have people like we have as chaplains that serve the community and serve us. They are truly the power and the fuel that drive our engines. And, I just can’t tell you enough how much we appreciate that.” - Chief Doug Wright, Summerville Police Department