King of the Ice

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For over 30 years, the Sullivan County Conservation Club has presented the area's premier ice fishing contest... King of the Ice!  Hats, 50-50 and raffle tickets will be available at the registration site.  Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded for winning fishing categories:  Trout, Pickerel, Perch, Crappie, Walleye.  Youth trophies also awarded to kids in each category (no cash prizes).  See links below for complete rules and details.

 

 

KING OF THE ICE: 

 

  • Takes place at White Lake / Kauneonga Lake

  • Registration, Weigh-In & Awards at White Lake Fire Dept. (1596 St. Rte. 17B)

  • Contest runs 6am-3pm.  Awards & Prizes follow

  • Youth 15 & under are FREE with paid adult

  • We plan to have bait available for sale at the event

  • Up to $2000 total cash & prizes!  Largest eligible fish $500 *

                 

* Must be brought to the weigh station alive to qualify!  See "Event Rules" link for complete rules.

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2022 SPONSORS...

There are several ways to sponsor, and different sponsorship levels - something to appeal to everyone.  As a club, we've accomplished so much over the past year (scholarships for college and summer camps, youth programs in shooting and archery, high school shooting sports affiliation, Hunter Ed courses and NRA courses - just to name a few).  We count on the support of the community thru event attendance, raffle sales, donations and sponsorships to help make this happen.  Please consider being a sponsor or helping to promote this - it certainly goes to a good cause!

The Area's Premier Ice Fishing Event!

Please help support our sponsors!   Sponsor fees, donations, and proceeds from the day’s event will go to help our ongoing conservation efforts, along with youth & adult education and safety programs.  Please browse our web site for more information about our organization.