CANADA CUP

The Canada Cup is held annually during February at Terrigal on the Central Coast. The competition is the second major comp in the calendar and part of the USFA NSW State Championship.

The Canada Cup offers a great opportunity to improve spearfishing skills, meet new divers, and have a great social gathering.

Hosted By USFA & the Central Coast Sea Lions
Weigh In, BBQ then Presentation

SIGN ON

At Terrigal boat Ramp
Meet & weigh in
Sign on from 7:15am

All competitors must be financial with the USFA. Can join on the day or here: Membership
Competition will be based on the Sydney Metro Score Sheet.
No fishing allowed in the designated competition areas the day before the competition.
Safety gear to be presented on sign on – Float, Alpha Flag & Whistle

 

CATEGORY PLACINGS

  • The top ten places.
  • Two top places in Sub-junior, Junior, Lady, intermediate, Senior, Veteran and Master Categories.
  • First two places in the nominated pairs.
  • First two places in the nominated teams.
  • Most Meritorious Fish Open.
  • Most Meritorious Fish Junior (include Sub-junior and Lady)
  • Heaviest Fish Open.
  • Heaviest Fish Junior (include Sub-junior and Lady)
  • Most Species
  • Heaviest Morwong, Bream, Rock Blackfish and Luderick
  • Mort meritorious pelagic

CANADA CUP IS GENERALLY HELD IN FEBUARY PLEASE SEE OUR CALANDAR FOR MORE SPECIFIC DATES.

Doug Pearson Canada Cup Trophy

Doug Pearson Canada Cup Trophy

The Canada Cup is Australia’s longest standing spearfishing competition. With origins dating back to 1952. The Canada Cup spearfishing competition attracts competitors of all levels from as far as New Zealand, and notable divers including eight-time Australian spearfishing champion Ian Puckeridge, to compete for the top places.

But competitive spearfishing isn't just about the competition, it also offers a great opportunity to improve spearfishing skills, meet new divers, and have a great social gathering.

 

Canada Cup Junior 1

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