SEPT. 6, 7 & 8, 2019

Mandatory Orientation Meeting

CSFL National Classic XXII
September 6, 7 & 8, 2019

Balsam Lake • Government Docks • Coboconk
Day 3 Coboconk Ball Park • Coboconk • Ontario


Congratulations to all the CSFL National Classic Contenders

Please note:  Pre-fishing ends 5:00 pm on Thursday, September 5, 2019


Thursday, September 5:

Orientation Meeting at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 519, County Road 48, Coboconk 

Registration and Appreciation Dinner at 6:00 pm

Meeting starts at 7:00 pm sharp

Information relating to the CSFL National Classic will be made available to all competitors. If you have any questions, this is your opportunity to obtain answers and clarification.  If you cannot attend the meeting, please notify the CSFL as soon as possible.


Friday, September 6 (Day 1): 

7:00 am Blast Off at Government Dock

4:00 pm Weigh In at Government Dock


Saturday, September 7 (Day 2): 

7:00 am Blast Off at Government Dock

4:00 pm Weigh In at Government Dock

Mandatory Cut Night Meeting Immediately after weigh-in

Announcement of Top 12 advancing to the CSFL National Classic Day 3 and brief meeting

Sunday, September 8 (Day 3) 

Final Day ALL BOATS Launch out of Thompson’s Marine

7:00 am Blast Off at designated launch site to be discussed at meeting

3:00 pm Check In at designated launch site to be discussed at meeting

4:00 pm Drive By Weigh In at Coboconk Ball Park followed by Awards Ceremony


Lunker Pool $  60.00
Cut Weight $  20.00
Winning Weight $  20.00
Greedy Bucks $100.00
Total $200.00



The Competitive Sport Fishing League is the leading tournament series in Canada, offering diverse events that cater to every level of anglers from experienced Pros to Amateurs being introduced to the sport. To date the Competitive Sport Fishing League has successfully operated over 750 events, released thousands of fish and have hosted anglers from across the world throughout during our 24 years of operation! Fish care is our top priority. Since the conception of the CSFL in 1995, fish care has always been a major component in our series. Today we utilize the in water weigh in system developed through Queen's University, including the technology of properly regulated aerated tanks, water weigh-in scales and state of the art live release boats to enable the safe return of the resource, ensuring the future of the sport. We have released over 500 fish per day with less than 1% mortality rate.