Spring Cats Tour

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Spring Cats Tour welcomes you at this spring’s first and most exciting competitive sportfishing event! Catch all kinds and forms of Catfish and Bullhead as you travel to the most mesmerizing fishing destinations of North America: from Missouri’s Mudwater River, to the banks of Neherrin in North Carolina, then the open space of Michigan’s Saint-Croix Lake as well as the swampy wetlands of Quanchkin Lake in the pelican state of Louisiana. Fight your way through the Qualifiers and the Semifinal Round to make it to the Grand Finale and win the title of Catfishing Champion! Fame, Glory and a prize pool that includes plenty of Credits, BaitCoins and unique fishing tackle and equipment!


Terms of Participation


  • Everyone is eligible to register and participate in the Tournament.
  • All player level restrictions for visiting waterways in Tournament-related States will be temporarily lifted for all players registered in the Tournament.
  • Tournament registration fee covers all necessary Licenses for all the qualifying fish in the waterways of Tournament-related States. Licenses will be valid only for the duration of the Tournament for all participants regardless of their performance.
  • Tournament Rounds include: 3 Qualifiers, Semifinal and Final Round. A player who is already qualified to compete in the Semifinal Round cannot participate in the remaining Qualifying Rounds.
  • Winners of every Tournament Round are awarded in-game prizes.

Rules and Restrictions


  • Players may use only float tackle.
  • Players may catch fish only at nighttime!
  • Boats usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Rod stand usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Players must use a Keepnet. No Stringers are allowed.
  • Only 10 fish from the player’s Keepnet will count in the Tournament. Any fish above that limit must be released.
  • Winner is determined by the total weight of 10 fish in the Keepnet at the end of a Round.
  • Each Qualifying Round lasts 20 hours. Within this period, players may choose a 2-hour time window to pass the Qualifier.
  • Qualifier Results become available 4 hours after the end of a Qualifying Round.
  • To get to the Semifinal Round a player must make it to the Top-20 in either one of the Qualifiers.
  • Semifinal and Final Rounds of the Tournament are held in real time, lasting 2 hours simultaneously for all players.
  • Only players who make it to the Top-20 in the Semifinal, will proceed to the Final Round.
  • Upon completion of each tournament stage, players with the Top-10 results get rewards.
  • Additional Prize is awarded for the biggest single fish caught.
  • Top-3 Tournament Finalists are awarded with valuable prizes: Credits, BaitCoins and unique equipment.

Entry Fee


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Tournaments Rewards

This Tournament’s Prize Pool:

  • 200.000 Credits.png and 5.000 Baitcoins.png - First place
  • 100.000 Credits.png and 3.000 Baitcoins.png - Second place
  • 50.000 Credits.png and 1.000 Baitcoins.png - Third place
  • Unique equipment:

X-Series FireArrow™ 9' 10" (300) (Length: 9' 10" (3 m); Line Weight: 11–35 Lb (5-16 kg).; Action: Mod Fast; Pieces: 3; Guides: 13) X-SeriesFireArrow-300.png, Rivertex™ SCT Champ Cap (Tackles: 3) SCT Champ Cap.png


Additional prizes in game currencies for Winners of every Round of the Tournament.


Qualifier #1


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This is the 1st Qualifying Round of Spring Cats Tour and your 1st chance out of 3 to get through to the Semifinal! Compete against other anglers as you prove yourself to be one of the 20 most proficient Catfish anglers on the fantastic picturesque banks of Missouri’s Mudwater River!


  • Catch Channel Catfish and Black Bullhead.
  • Players may use only float tackle.
  • Players may catch fish only at nighttime!
  • Boats usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Rod stand usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • You must use a Keepnet.
  • Only 10 fish from your Keepnet will count in the Tournament. You will have to release some of the fish once you exceed this limit.
  • The winner is determined by the total weight of the Top 10 fish in his Keepnet at the end of the Round.
  • There is an additional Prize for the biggest single fish caught.
  • To get to the next Round, a player must have one of the Top 20 results.


Qualifying Fish:

  • Young Channel Catfish
  • Channel Catfish
  • Trophy Channel Catfish
  • Black Bullhead
  • Trophy Black Bullhead

Qualifier #2


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This is the 2nd Qualifying Round of Spring Cats Tour and your second chance to get one of the twenty best results and go through to the Semifinal if you didn’t make it to the Top 20 in the 1st Qualifier! Show your skills at catching Flathead Catfish on the banks of North Carolina’s Neherrin River, and you might even enjoy taking another go at the Qualifiers.


  • Catch Flathead Catfish.
  • Players may use only float tackle.
  • Players may catch fish only at nighttime!
  • Boats usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Rod stand usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • You must use a Keepnet.
  • Only 10 fish from your Keepnet will count in the Tournament. You will have to release some of the fish once you exceed this limit.
  • The winner is determined by the total weight of the Top 10 fish in his Keepnet at the end of the Round.
  • There is an additional Prize for the biggest single fish caught.
  • To get to the next Round, a player must have one of the Top 20 results.

Qualifying Fish:

  • Flathead Catfish
  • Trophy Flathead Catfish

Qualifier #3


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This is the 3rd and final Qualifying Round and your last chance to score one of the Top 20 results and make is to the Semifinal of Spring Cats Tour! So head on to the breathtaking banks of Michigan’s Lake Saint-Croix, one of the best fishing destinations in North America, and make sure to to outperform other anglers in catching Blue Catfish and Brown Bullhead!


  • Catch Catch Blue Catfish and Brown Bullhead.
  • Players may use only float tackle.
  • Players may catch fish only at nighttime!
  • Boats usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Rod stand usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • You must use a Keepnet.
  • Only 10 fish from your Keepnet will count in the Tournament. You will have to release some of the fish once you exceed this limit.
  • The winner is determined by the total weight of the Top 10 fish in his Keepnet at the end of the Round.
  • There is an additional Prize for the biggest single fish caught.
  • To get to the next Round, a player must have one of the Top 20 results.


Qualifying Fish:

  • Blue Catfish
  • Trophy Blue Catfish
  • Unique Blue Catfish
  • Brown Bullhead
  • Trophy Brown Bullhead

Semifinal


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Welcome to the Semifinal Round of Spring Cats Tour, this spring’s first and most exciting competitive fishing event! Taking place on the dreamy Quanchkin Lake in the swampy area of Louisiana, this heated competition is a desperate battle between 60 best Catfish anglers who all made it to the Top 20 in the Qualifiers and will now fight for the right to take part in the Final Round!


  • Catch Blue Catfish and all forms of Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish.
  • Players may use only float tackle.
  • Players may catch fish only at nighttime!
  • Boats usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Rod stand usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • You must use a Keepnet.
  • Only 10 fish from your Keepnet will count in the Tournament. You will have to release some of the fish once you exceed this limit.
  • The winner is determined by the total weight of the Top 10 fish in his Keepnet at the end of the Round.
  • There is an additional Prize for the biggest single fish caught.
  • To get to the Final Round, a player must have one of the Top 20 results.


Qualifying Fish:

  • Young Channel Catfish
  • Channel Catfish
  • Trophy Channel Catfish
  • Unique Channel Catfish
  • Flathead Catfish
  • Trophy Flathead Catfish
  • Unique Flathead Catfish
  • Blue Catfish
  • Trophy Blue Catfish

Final


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Congratulations! Finally, after all the thrill, drive and excitement of the previous stages, you’ve made it to the Final Round of Spring Cats Tour, this spring’s first and ultimate competitive sportfishing event! It took you titanic effort and all your expert Catfishing skills to get here, so now is the time for some real drive! Louisiana’s Quanchkin Lake will see 20 best anglers belonging to the angling Elite fight their final fishing battle for victory, fame, glory, the title of a Catfishing Champion and of course valuable Prizes!


  • Catch Blue Catfish and all forms of Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish.
  • Players may use only float tackle.
  • Players may catch fish only at nighttime!
  • Boats usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • Rod stand usage during the tournament is prohibited.
  • You must use a Keepnet.
  • Only 10 fish from your Keepnet will count in the Tournament. You will have to release some of the fish once you exceed this limit.
  • The winner is determined by the total weight of the Top 10 fish in his Keepnet at the end of the Round.
  • There is an additional Prize for the biggest single fish caught.
  • Top-3 Tournament Finalists are awarded with valuable prizes: Credits, BaitCoins and unique equipment.


Qualifying Fish:

  • Young Channel Catfish
  • Channel Catfish
  • Trophy Channel Catfish
  • Unique Channel Catfish
  • Flathead Catfish
  • Trophy Flathead Catfish
  • Unique Flathead Catfish
  • Blue Catfish
  • Trophy Blue Catfish

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