Thursday – Sunday, July 13-16
Join us for the 6th Annual 2017 Bass & Blue Tournament, a fun-filled weekend of family-friendly competition and events in Plymouth MA, presented by Entergy! Here’s the schedule for the weekend.
Thursday, July 13, 6-9pm:
Captains & Crew Kickoff Event & Dinner with Special Guest Nick “Sunshine” Tokman Cordage Commerce Center & Marina.
The weekend will kick off with the Captains & Crew Kickoff Event & Dinner at Cordage Marina. Our special guest speaker will be Nick “Sunshine” Tokman of the Emmy-winning show, “Deadliest Catch!” A four-year cast member, Nick will present a lively presentation about his experiences on the show, which airs on the Discovery Channel.
Enjoy a delicious dinner by Alden Park Bar & Grill with a menu that includes BBQ baby back ribs, swordfish, and more!
Enter to win fabulous prizes from our sponsors and local businesses at our huge raffle, and place your live auction bid to win the Grand Prize: fishing with Nick Tokman on Saturday morning, July 15th, courtesy of Plymouth Cruises!
Tickets for the Captains & Crew Kickoff Event & Dinner are $45 for adults and $15 for youths. Children 5 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased here..
Friday, July 14, 6-9pm:
Food Truck Pop-Up
Cordage Commerce Center & Marina
Like food? Then you won’t want to miss the Food Truck Pop-Up at Cordage Marina! Produced by HopHead Events, this event will feature multiple food trucks with a variety of delicious food offerings. Beer and wine will be provided by local breweries and wineries, music by a professional DJ, and an oyster bar will be provided by Plymouth Rock Oysters. Plus, enjoy unlimited tastings at their Beer & Wine Garden. Tickets are available here at $20 person. Proceeds will benefit Plymouth 400, Inc.
Saturday-Sunday, July 15-16:
2017 Bass & Blue Fishing Tournament
Weigh-ins at Cordage Commerce Center & Marina
The Bass & Blue Tournament will take place on Saturday and Sunday, July 15-16, and is open to all ages. You can fish in any Massachusetts waters, on or off shore, but you must bring your catch to the weigh-in station located at Cordage Marina. Prize categories will be awarded based on age and type of fish (bass or blues), with the top adult prizes of $1,000 for the largest bass, and $500 for the largest bluefish. Prizes will be awarded at the Bass & Blue Awards Ceremony on Sunday, July 16th at 4pm with Captain Lou of 95.9 WATD serving as host, with special guest Nick Tokman.
Online registration for the tournament is now open. Fees are: adults $45, youths 7-15 $20, and children under 6 are free. Registrants will receive an official Bass & Blue T-shirt, which will be available at the Captains Dinner or under the tent all weekend. Team registrations are also available (limit 6 people).
Saturday-Sunday, July 15-16:
Project Arts 2017 HarborFest
Not into fishing? Enjoy fantastic performances by popular bands and musicians at the Project Arts 2017 HarborFest, at Pilgrim Memorial State Park! Stop by the Plymouth 400 tent where we’ll have fun kids activities with the Shining Seas Project, along with Plymouth 400 merchandise for sale! For a schedule of performers, visit the Project Arts website.
Sunday, July 16, 10am:
Fish Tales Family Cruise with Nick “Sunshine” Tokman Plymouth Cruises.
Join us for a fun family experience sailing the harbor, courtesy of Plymouth Cruises! The Fish Tales Family Cruise with Nick Tokman will take place on Sunday, July 16th at 10am. Kids will be treated to a variety of fun activities, including pulling a lobster trap, games, refreshments, and more! Nick will share his experiences on the show “Deadliest Catch.” Space is limited, so order your tickets now to reserve your spot on the boat! Admission is $30 for adults and $20 for children 12 and under. Proceeds will benefit Plymouth 400 Inc.
The Plymouth 400 Tournament is produced by the Plymouth 400 Bass & Blue Committee as a fundraiser for Plymouth 400, Inc. All proceeds are tax deductible, and will benefit Plymouth 400, Inc., to support the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and founding of Plymouth Colony.