- Kayak Challenge and Online Tournament 2014
- Ding Darling Tarpon Tournament
- FGA/FWC Spirit of Tarpon Challenge
- Bimini Sands to Host Lionfish Bash in July
- Bass Fishing Kids On Tour in Broward, Palm Beach Counties
- Florida Angler to Represent U.S. in World Catfish Classic (and She’s Smiling About It)
- Sailfish Open 2012 Debuts in Palm Beach
- First Day Results for Bassmaster Elite on St. Johns
- Lake O Waterman To Be Remembered in August 11 Fishing Tournament
- A New Name On Florida Roster for Bassmaster Classic
The River Center announces a first-ever Jr. Angler Fishing Tournament this summer. Running from May 15, 2014 to July 27, 2014, this unique fishing contest encourages junior anglers to explore the diversity of local fisheries and learn more about the area’s unique aquatic habitats, all while honing their fishing skills.
This May 16-18 in the Lower Florida Keys you can fish two dolphin tournaments at the same time, with only the expenses of one! All you have to do is register and pay both entry fees and you could win over $120,000 in cash and prizes
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is proud to present the 2014 Fort Lauderdale Billfish Tournament, in affiliation with the Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF). This year’s tournament builds on the rich tradition of the Fort Lauderdale Billfish Tournament and showcases our commitment preserving our seas.
The Jacksonville Offshore Sport Fishing Club’s 14th Annual “El Cheapo” Sheepshead Tournament out of the Mayport Public Boat Ramp at Mike Scanlan Park in Mayport, Fl, will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2014.
Competitive sport fishermen from across the country will gather at Cheeca Lodge & Spa in January for two days of intense sail fishing action during the 24th Annual Presidential Sailfish Tournament, January 16-18, 2014. Winners will take home stunningly beautiful trophies and the bragging rights that come with catching and releasing the most sailfish.
The time has come for the Second Annual Florida Sportsman Northeast Tournament and Bash to benefit Taylor Haberman. The event kicks off on Friday, September 27 with a captains meeting from 6 to 9 p.m. at Beach Marine in Jacksonville.
One of the primary goals of FWC’s new TrophyCatch program is to decrease fishing mortality of trophy-sized bass through the promotion of catch-and-release. This conservation philosophy has been popular with bass anglers for years, and has now been adopted by Major League Fishing for competitive bass tournaments.
This event has been created by Tighten The Drag Foundation Inc. as a charity fundraiser in order to support rehabilitation and adaptive sports programs for those who have suffered Spinal Cord Injuries.
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