- Kayak Challenge and Online Tournament 2014
- 3rd Annual FS Northeast Bash & Tournament
- 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
Women, men and teens are invited to tackle fishing skills at the South Florida “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” University, April 17-19, 2015 at the I.T. Parker Community Center, Dania Beach, FL.
The Halifax Sport Fishing Club is pleased to announce the 15th ANNUAL OFFSHORE CHALLENGE. This is an offshore fishing tournament for wahoo, dolphin and kingfish.
The largest sailfish tournament in the country, the Sailfish Challenge, is returning to Fort Lauderdale on February 5th. Over 60 boats are pre-registered and ready to battle for a purse that is expected to exceed $375,000. It’s another shot closer to winning the Quest for the Crest Sailfish Series and the chance at the champion’s burgundy jacket.
This event has been created by Tighten The Drag Foundation Inc, a Florida non profit, as a charity fundraiser in order to support funding for rehabilitation and adaptive sports programs for those who have suffered Spinal Cord Injuries.
Don’t miss this year’s Battle on the Bat Charity Fishing Tournament! This year’s beneficiary is the Dan Marino Foundation. The fishing takes place in Biscayne Bay and is formatted so that all level of fisherman can compete, from seasoned flats fisherman to weekend family fisherman.
Northeast Florida fishermen will help find a cure for colon cancer during the Eighth Annual Anglers for a Cure Inshore Slam Fishing Tournament on September 6. Proceeds benefit the Borland-Groover Clinic Foundation for Research and Education.
The SE Bash is more about getting together for a good time than trying to catch the biggest fish to win a tournament. All Florida Sportsman members, their family and friends are encouraged to come out and enjoy the music, food and good company. The Bash is open to all.
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
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