The World Freshwater Spearfishing Championship is coming to USA for another round of great diving and competition fun.

Starting in 2017, a group of World-class competitors from different Nationals came together to bring the world together to compete in Top Freshwater Competitions, and with this first event in Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Nevada, USA, the WFSC was born.

In 2017 90 divers from 14 countries were involved and grouped in 4 divisions, as the event was designed to build, strengthen and support this sport and industry.

In 2019 the event went to New Zealand for another great happening and amazing Kiwi hospitality.

In 2021 the WFSC will take place in the best lake in the USA, Beaver Lake, Arkansas. This lake has many different species of fish, warm water, and good visibility.

Indicative program

On July 20th a separate big fish derby will take place, where anyone will be able to catch one striper, which can go over 50 lbs (23 Kg).

July 22 will be the game fish day. Striper, drum, catfish, walleye, crappie will score one point per pound with a 20 points max per fish.

July 23 is the rough fish day, which will include unlimited carp, drum, grass carp, suckers, assigning one point per fish.
This format is fun, exciting and truly brings out the best divers in the nation. Each country is allowed 2 x 2 person teams in 4 divisions: Men, Women, Mixed and Masters.

More details on the website. Ask your federation to represent your country. Registration is open now for the
2021 USA – Fresh Water Worlds

Striped bass 45lbs
Walleye 10 lbs