June 06, 2018
Ladies, Let's Go Fishing Hosts the LLGF Screamin' Reels Tournament June 22-23, Islamorada, FL
Women, men and teens are invited to a nonintimidating LLGF Fishing Screamin' Reels tournament with education June 22-23 in Islamorada, FL. Hosted by the nonprofit Ladies Let's Go Fishing Foundation, the tournament kicks off on Friday with a class on offshore fishing and conservation conducted by Capt. Skip Bradeen, plus an appetizer contest from 6-8 pm at Seaside Glass Works, Islamorada, FL.
Saturday is a day of fishing, learning on the water and friendly angler competition departing from Whale Harbor Marina, Islamorada. Entry to the tournament is currently limited to those choosing the offshore charter boat option, with license and equipment supplied. It is wait listed for participants fishing from their own boats and from the party boat option.
$1,000 worth of prizes for individual anglers, including a Penn Squall combo, Penn Passion combo, art prints and other fishing items will be presented on Saturday following fishing. Prizes for inshore and offshore species and releases include Heaviest Fish Overall, Offshore Billfish Release, Party Boat award, Longest Inshore Fish, Wild Card prizes and more.
This tournament is perfect for novice anglers. Charter boats fill quickly so early registration is encouraged. Registration is $85 per adult angler, $35 for teens and includes about $20 in gifts. Offshore charter fishing rates are on the website.
Featured on national network television and more, the series is supported by major partners including Recreational Fishing and Boating Foundation, Take Me Fishing, Vamos a Pescar, Mercury, Ranger Boats, Magic Tilt trailers, Power-Pole and Fish Florida. Largest Annual Sponsors are Freedom Boat Club, Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort, Sunrise Resort & Marina and Future Angler Foundation. Local sponsors are Breezy Palms Resort and Saltwater Brewery.
Remaining 2018 LLGF events include:
LLGF Screamin' Reels Tournament and Education
Keys Saltwater Weekend Seminar: Full day seminar plus the Fishing Fever Tournament.