THE FIRECRACKER OPEN
Big Game Tournament
Kona’s signature “Big Game” Tournament that scores Ahi and Marlin points for the Base Purse.
Optional Categories for the Largest Marlin and Ahi of Each Day, for both days of this Two Day Tournament.
2022 – Schedule of Events
July 1st Registration
July 2nd 7:00AM to 4:00PM – Fishing SATURDAY
July 3rd 7:00AM to 4:00PM – Fishing SUNDAY
For an old fashioned (printable) 2022 Cash/Check Firecracker Open Entry Form click here: 2022 FCO CASH
To view 2022 Firecracker Open Rules click here: 2022 FCO Rules
To access our 2022 HMTS General Rules, please click here: 2022 HMTS General Rules
To register, please download and complete the necessary forms listed below, then select a payment form according to your preferred method of payment. Mahalo.
For both online and paper entries, please download and complete the Liability & Publicity Waiver, which can be found by clicking here: 2022 HMTS Liability and Publicity Release
And the Covenant Release: Trop. Covenant Release
For paper entries, please download and complete the Team Entry Form, which can be found by clicking here: 2022 HMTS Team Entry. (Online entrants will fill out this information electronically at the time of their registration).
|CREDIT CARD – Register Online: Firecracker||CASH/CHECK – Register Online: Firecracker|
All HMTS Tournaments abide by the International Game Fishing Association’s International Angling Rules – Rules for Fishing in Fresh and Salt Water. A copy of these rules is supplied to each team prior to fishing and is also available HERE.
The crew of BENCHMARK stands with a 517 pound Blue Marlin caught by Andy Shiels! This fish was good for $121,740.00!
2019 Firecracker Open Final Results here: 2019 FCO Final Payout
$101,350.00 Winner: KRISTA-O
Capt. Mike Oshiro led angler Darren Hayashi to the Largest Marlin of Day One of the Firecracker Open in Kona, Hawaii. David Magallanes was, and shall always be Mike’s right hand fishin’ patnah. With Uncle Kimo on the assist, Darren’s marlin went 533 pounds to best the 470.5 pounder caught previously on “End of the Line.”
SMALLEST BOAT – BIGGEST MARLIN = KONA STYLE!
We will be updating this page with forms, rules, and other tournament updates in the near future, so please check back often. Mahalo.