Tell us your favorite place to fish and Win a Tsunami Reel!


 
Tell us more about your fishing habits and favorite places to fish in the state, in exchange for that you will have a chance to win one of three new Tsunami reels—chosen randomly from the list of survey participants.*  If you would like to take the survey click here to register.
 
As a Florida Sportsman Panel member you will be invited to provide your insights and opinions online. Your feedback will help guide conservation efforts, important policy matters and the possible creation of new products. Make your voice heard on decisions that shape the world of the Florida Sportsman.
 
For existing Panel members we’d like to thank you for participating in the surveys which help us to understand your opinions, habits and practices when it comes to fishing fresh and salt water in Florida. You can look forward to more surveys in the future on gear, conservation, regulations and other
subjects.
 

For this survey, each of three winners will receive one of the following Tsunami reels:

  • Tsunami Shield 3000, with hybrid aluminum body, 3 greased carbon fiber drag washers and 10 internal seals. Sealed bearings keep dust, sand, water and salt out for smooth operation. The Shield 3000 has a max drag of 20 pounds with a capacity for 150 yards of 15-pound braided line.
  • Tsunami Armr 4000, with all-aluminum body, 6 bearings plus an additional instant anti-reverse bearing to keep internal gearing in line for smooth operation, thick aluminum bailwire and corrosion resistant mainshaft. The Armr 4000 has a line capacity of 300 yards of 15-pound braid.
  • Tsunami Armr 5000, with all-aluminum body, 6 bearings plus an additional anti-reverse bearing, thick aluminum bailwire, ported double anodized aluminum spool, silicone spool band, max drag of 20 pounds and a weight of 16.4 ounces. The Armr 5000 has a line capacity of 350 yards of 20-pound braid.

*You must be a Florida Sportsman Panel member to qualify to win

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