UPDATED Schedule of Events for the 2021 Big 3 Fishing Tournament

Captain’s Reception remains as is on Thursday, July 8 from 4-8pm at the Harwich Port Boat Yard located at 4 Harbor Road in Harwich Port. We’ll gather for Captain’s Bag pickup, schedule change review, and a good time featuring food and drink trucks.

On Sunday, July 11 we welcome a fun day of fishing for any still able to participate.  Take and share photos of your catch!  No weigh station or formal competition will take place.

Tournament Reception will move to Sunday, July 11 from 4-8pm at The Wychmere Beach Club located at 23 Snow Inn Road in Harwich Port. Retire back for cocktails, dinner, auction, music and more! Number of attendees based on level of participation. All names should be submitted ahead of arrival.

Please contact Christa Danilowicz at cdanilowicz@capebigs.org or Ann-Marie Ward at award@emassbigs.org with guest names, or questions.

  • When Sunday, July 11, 2021 | 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Details Please note, due to Tropical Storm Elsa we have postponed all events scheduled for Fri, July 9. A reception only will take place on Sun, July 11 from 4-8pm at the Wychmere Beach Club. Please contact Christa Danilowicz at cdanilowicz@capebigs.org or Ann-Marie Ward at award@emassbigs.org for more details.
Leadership Gifts
Wicked Tuna
Big Bass
Striper
Bluefish
Battle of the Badges
Branding Sponsors
Event Partners
2020 Big 3 Fishing Tournament
When is the Big 3 Fishing Tournament?*

2021. A fresh start. We are full steam ahead in planning for this year’s Big 3 Fishing Tournament set to take place on Friday, July 9th, with a Captain’s Dinner (invitation only) on Thursday, July 8th. Stay tuned for more updates on the social aspects as we continue to navigate and adhere to up-to-date MA-Covid 19 guidelines.

Where does the money raised at this event go?

Funds raised by The BIG 3 Challenge will directly support the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands.

What is the deadline for sponsorship?

Tuesday, June 30, 2021

How much did we raise last year?

In lieu of last year’s Big 3 Fishing Tournament, the BIG 3 Challenge was initiated to lessen the impact of COVID-19 on our mission and continue to serve as many kids on the Cape and Islands as possible. We fortunately raised nearly $200,000 thanks to all of our BIG 3 Challenge participants and donors! We are so grateful fort their incredible support and for sticking with us as we navigated through the challenges of the pandemic. The BIG 3 contributes to nearly 40% of the agency’s annual operating budget and with your help, we can raise much needed funds to continue our mission! Check out photos from 2019.

Wicked Tuna: $10,000
  • A day of fishing for 5 anglers on your own boat or a donated boat
  • Premiere logo placement as a “Wicked Tuna Sponsor”:
    • On the Big 3 Fishing Tournament website
    • Social media recognition on all digital platforms (@capebigs)
    • In the post Challenge newsletter
      • Print edition mailed to more than 300 households
      • Digital edition emailed to more than 2,000 contacts
Big Bass: $5,000
  • A day of fishing for 4 anglers on your own boat or a donated boat
  • Premium logo placement as a “Big Bass Sponsor”:
    • On the Big 3 Fishing Tournament website
    • Social media recognition on all digital platforms (@capebigs)
    • In the post Challenge newsletter
      • Print edition mailed to more than 300 households
      • Digital edition emailed to more than 2,000 contacts
Striper Sponsor: $2,500
  • A day of fishing for 2 anglers on your own boat or a donated boat
  • Logo placement or listing as a “Striper Sponsor”:
    • On the Big 3 Fishing Tournament website
    • In the post Challenge newsletter
      • Print edition mailed to more than 300 households
      • Digital edition emailed to more than 2,000 contacts
Community of Friends: $1,500+
  • Acknowledgement of support as a “Friend”:
    • On the Big 3 Fishing Tournament website
    • On the tournament banner at the Captain’s Reception
    • In the post Challenge newsletter
      • Print edition mailed to more than 300 households
      • Digital edition emailed to more than 2,000 contacts
    • 100% tax deductible

Additional sponsorship benefits may become available dependent on social gathering guidelines as instructed by the Massachusetts COVID-19 reopening plan.

Event Founders

E.J. & Terry Jaxtimer
E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc.

Event Co-Chairs

Shawn DeLude
Nauset Disposal

Jeff Leerink
SVB Leerink

Committee

Jonas Baker
Slip 14

Chris Cooney
C.C. Construction, Inc.

Byron Haseotes
BJH Investments

Chris Lynch
Lawrence Lynch Corp.

John Our
Robert B. Our Co. Inc.

Dan Popovich
Battle of the Badges

Kyle Prussing
Morgan Stanley

In 1974 an informal group of volunteers began serving as mentors to six disadvantaged youth on Cape Cod. Soon after, the group was formally organized as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands. The program was founded due to the large population of at-risk children- particularly those living in single-parent homes on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.

In 2006, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands merged with Boston-based Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts (formally of Massachusetts Bay) to improve organizational sustainability and increase capacity to serve children. Based in Hyannis, MA we are currently the only one-to-one youth mentoring agency on Cape Cod.