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2022 Hook, Line & Shelter Fishing Tournament

FROM MAY 14 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 5, 2022

Sponsored by:

There are seven categories of fish that will have prizes awarded:

Once you complete the registration form, we’ll send you an official “Hook, Line & Shelter” tape measure and an email address where you will submit the record of your catch. Just take a picture of the fish you catch being measured, email the photo and information to the email provided. Your catch will be added to the leader board for your class and category. The leader board updates weekly.

All proceeds from the Hook, Line and Shelter Fishing Tournament will be used to help our neighbors in need to live in safe and healthy homes.

All proceeds from the Hook, Line and Shelter Fishing Tournament will be used to help our neighbors in need to live in safe and healthy homes.

This tournament is run on the honor system. Please follow all Department of Natural Resources Fisheries rules and regulations as they pertain to your respective state or province. Adhere to safe boating guidelines and whenever possible, use catch-and-release fishing and good conservation methods to ensure our waterways stay healthy.

Tournament Submission Instructions

Pictures of fish can be sent to hooklineshelter@rtmn.org

Your email MUST include the following information:

  1. Tournament entry is the submission photo of fish next to the official tournament tape measure
  2. Candid shots of the fishing experience (for use in social media and with our media partner, WCCO-TV)
  3. Full name (pronunciation of name for correct on-air mentions)
  4. Date, Address, Phone, Email and Location (lake/river) fish was caught
  5. Tournament Class you signed up for (Trophy, Vacation, or Youth)

Please note: By submitting photos, you give Rebuilding Together Minnesota and it’s partners, including on-air and digital use by our promotional partner, WCCO-TV, full rights to share the images publicly and for marketing purposes. Any photographs submitted must be the entrant’s own, and each entrant must have all rights necessary to submit them (e.g. the photograph must not infringe any third party’s copyright and have the required consent of each individual depicted). WCCO, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to not feature any entry if the entrant’s submissions are inappropriate or unsuitable for public display, broadcast or posting.

Employees of Rebuilding Together Minnesota, WCCO, participating sponsors, and their families are eligible to participate in this tournament and appear on the leaderboard. They are not eligible to win prizes at the end of the tournament.

If you do not want to cover the payment processing costs, you will need to uncheck two (2) boxes at checkout.

Visit our Facebook page for tournament updates!

Hook, Line, and Shelter

3 weeks 22 hours ago

Great coverage of our tournament and how it will benefit those in need in our community!

Hook, Line, and Shelter

3 weeks 22 hours ago

This smile says it all! Tom caught this gorgeous sunfish on Green Lake earlier this month! Join the fun and help us raise funds to help our neighbors in need live in safe and healthy homes! rtmn.betterworld.org/events/2022-hook-line-shelter-fishing-t

Hook, Line, and Shelter

2 months 2 days ago

CATCH OF THE WEEK – Tom caught this 14” crappie in Ottertail County! 🎣 Register for our Hook, Line, and Shelter fishing tournament and show us your catch. Your photo could even be featured on-air! Register today at wcco.com/fish.

Hook, Line, and Shelter

2 months 4 days ago

Champ was out fishing with his humans (Tony and Elise) over the weekend. He is wondering if the Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament has a prize for best looking dog? #hooklineshelter

Hook, Line, and Shelter

2 months 6 days ago

Have you signed up for this year’s Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament? Get the details and join the fun at rtmn.betterworld.org/events/2022-hook-line-shelter-fishing-t #hooklineshelter

Hook, Line, and Shelter

2 months 2 weeks ago

Check out this bass that little Bowen Guse caught on Lower Spunk in Avon – he cast the rod and held on while the fish was reeled in! And, then he said, "I did it." Bowen is our youngest angler