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Fishing Tournaments

Competition can sometimes bring out the best in people, and fishing is no exception. A great example is the multitude of charity fishing events. Across the world, fishermen are coming together for the benefit of some very worthwhile causes. At CyberAngler, we encourage your participation in fishing tournaments - especially those where the winners may not be participants.

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10th Annual Mother's Day Dolphin Tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys

May 6-7, 2016 - Marathon and Florida Keys, Florida

10th Annual Mother's Day Dolphin Tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys. Fun and Festive 1-Day Fishing Tournament for heaviest Mahi. FISH FOR A CAUSE Heaviest Dolphin Prizes. You can fish from anywhere, mile marker 0 to 100 but must be in US Waters.

Contact: Chris Todd Young, execdirector@habitatmiddlekeys.org, 305-797-5779.

Suncoast Tarpon Roundup

May 14 - July 22, 2016 - Tampa Bay Area, Florida

The Suncoast Tarpon Roundup is a ten week, 24/7 all-release tarpon fishing tournament, promoting sportsmanship, research, and education. With six divisions there is something for everyone. Help support the Pediatric Cancer Foundation and have some fun fishing for the gamest fish in town....Megalops Atlanticus!

Contact: Charlie Crisp, President@suncoasttarponroundup.org, 813-826-7548.

Spring Creek/Lake Oahe Smallmouth Bass Open

May 14-15, 2016 - Pierre, South Dakota

Lake Oahe bass tournament. 50 boat field. Team format. $16,000 payback

Contact: David Healan, david@springcreeksd.com, 404-867-6823.

The Long Walk Home Inaugural Fishing Tournament

May 21-22, 2016 - Key Largo, Florida

Key Largo Veterans Charity & Community Outreach Dolphin Tournament. $3,200 Brass Mahi Trophy grand prize. Cash prizes for largest Mutton Snapper & Largest Grouper. Dinner/Party after final weigh-in. 100% proceeds are giving directly back to our community through our Charity & Outreach. Captains Meeting/Final Registration May 20th at the Key Largo Fisheries.

Contact: Rich Gorman, rich@thelongwalkhome.org, 3055043795.

11th Annual Ed Alber Tarpon Rodeo

June 2-3, 2016 - Tierra Verde, Florida

a catch-and-release tournament on Tampa Bay to benefit the restoration projects and education programs of Tampa Bay Watch. Tarpon fishing in Tampa Bay attracts sports fishermen from around the globe as anglers seeking a rush rivaled by no other take to the waters of Tampa & St Petersburg in their quest for the majestic tarpon.

Contact: Michelle Tepper , mtepper@tampabaywatch.org, 7278678166.

4th Annual Offshore Rodeo & Reggae Party

June 10-11, 2016 - Fort Myers Beach, Florida

Benefit-Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Florida. Tournament launches 6AM, SATURDAY, JUNE 11th from Salty Sam's Marina. Spend the day catching a variety of species for Cash Prizes, Trophies + $100,000 Mystery Fish Contest. Enjoy the catch for dinner compliments Bootleggers Waterfront BBQ. Silent & live auctions, music & awards ceremony. Registration is $250 per angler (includes 1 dinner guest). To register, visit www.rmhcswfl.org.

Contact: Angela Katz, offshorerodeo@gmail.com, 239-980-3858.

FGTC FISHING TOURNAMENT @ The Plantation in Crystal River, Fl

June 11, 2016 - Crystal River, Florida

Come fish the funnest tournament in Florida! $10,000 dollars in cash and prizes (based on 200 entries). $65.00pp advance $75.00pp day of covers your entry and you get a free long sleeve FGTC dry Fishing shirt and a captains bucket full of swag ($50.00 value). Sign up at Miller's Boating Center in Ocala, Fl or at the Plantation Marina in Crystal River. SPONSORS NEEDED! Kip Mueller 352-303-2842 Gordon Selers 352-266-0730

Contact: Kip Mueller, Showtimesportsmngmt@gmail.com, 352-303-2842.

Guy Harvey Outpost Blazing Mako Tournament & Festival

June 16-19, 2016 - Islamorada, Florida

This event will also include a one-day Corporate Fishing Tournament with both offshore and inshore categories, as well as “Conchservation Village on the sprawling Islander Resort beach with over 100 vendors showcasing art, food, merchandise, and science to benefit marine conservation. And what is a festival without music? Live bands will be beachside on the NSU Mako Music Stage. Other weekend events include paddleboard races, learning and science exhibits, and silent auction.

Contact: Cliff Jensen, cjensen@guyharveyoutpost.com, 954-243-1178.

Clay Roberts Memorial Inshore Slam & Junior Angler Fishing Tournaments

June 18, 2016 - Jacksonville, Florida

The 9th Annual Clay Roberts Memorial Inshore Slam & Junior Angler Fishing Tournaments to be held at Beach Marine, 2315 Beach Blvd at the Intracoastal Waterway. Clay’s Tournament was created to bring families and friends together, spending time on the water, while sustaining the memory of Clay in our community. Over $10,000 in prizes will be awarded. All proceeds go to the Clay Roberts Memorial Scholarship Fund. So far, 8 students have benefited from Clay’s Scholarship.

Contact: Gary Roberts, jaguargar@gmail.com, 904-384-0775.

Point Pleasant Elks Fluke Tournament

July 23, 2016 - Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey

Tournament will have two divisions, Power Boat with $10,000 in prize money. Entrance fee is $145 per boat with 4 anglers, $25 for each added angler. Kayak division with product prizes. Fee is $50 per angler. Award picnic to follow the fishing on day of tournament. Picnic tickets will be available for friends of anglers at a nominal price. Captains Meeting will be held on July 22nd.

Contact: Bob Pursel, bobpurs@yahoo.com, 8484481366.


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