August 30, 2019

Registration deadline for fifth annual togue derby is quickly approaching

It is getting close to the Sebago Lake Anglers’ Associations Fifth Annual Sebago Lake Togue Derby and registration deadlines are quickly approaching. The annual Lake Trout Derby is scheduled for September 7 and 8, 2019 at beautiful Point Sebago Resort. Cash prizes will be paid to ten open categories. Top prize will be $500 for the biggest fish by weight with a special lottery for all legally caught togue.

New this year is a cash prize for the smallest togue legally caught via hook and line (no regurgitations). Biggest fish by Saturday night wins another special prize. Additional cash and merchandise will depend upon the prize committee’s success with local merchants. An awards ceremony with adult beverages available begins around 3 p.m. on Sunday at the weigh in station by the Point Sebago docks.

Point Sebago is offering a special Derby package which includes accommodations at $175 per person double occupancy that includes two night’s stay in a park home, boat launching privileges, dock space for overnight use, trailer and vehicle storage, evening meals for two nights including an Italian buffet Friday night and lobster/prime rib Saturday night, and two box lunches. Reserve your space separately using special code:” Togue”.

Fees for the derby are $30 for adults and $10 for children under 16 years old. Register for the derby at Naples Bait and Tackle on Route 35 in Naples, Jordan’s Store in Sebago, or Sebago Marina in Sebago. Forms are also available at the Hilltop Mini Mart on on Route 302, Raymond. Registration forms are also available at the SLAA website or call Bob Chapin 571-217-1700 or Dave Garcia 207 310-1435.

Late registration will be accepted at Pat’s Pizza, Route 302 Windham, Thursday, September 5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. They will also be accepting registrations on Saturday at Point Sebago Welcome Center until 10 a.m.

Come join the run and help  raise funds for Maine’s Youth Lifetime Fishing License Program for kids!

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