Bill “Heywood” Howard wrote an informative article about the dangers of discarded fishing line. As anglers, it is our resposnibility to clean up after ourselves and protect the wildlife.
WARNING: SOME OF THESE PICTURES ARE GRAPHIC AND MAY BE DISTURBING
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The results are now posted!
Photo courtesy of John Bishop
Full results here…..
Sponsored by Aqua Dream, the sing in for PFCS #3 is open. The event will be held on April 13, 2013. All anglers will be given a selection of Aqua Dream spoons to use for the event.
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The results are now posted. 38 anglers showed up with the goal of catching lots of multi spotted redfish. A select few accomplished the mission nicely.
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The second event of the Paddle-Fishing.com Challenge Series is complete. 45 anglers used lures provided by Mirrolure and Riptide to compete for a large variety of prizes. In addition, all of the angler contributed to a fund that gave $240 to Project Snook!
Full results here….
The first event of the Paddle-Fishing.com Challenge Series is complete and, as it is named, it was quite a challenge for many. We decided to mix things up this season. We’ve lowered the price of entry to $5 so that even those “I don’t fish tournament” guys would participate, we’re going away from the standard (and now boring) snook/trout/redfish slam format that all the other tournaments have and we’re emphasizing fun instead of wining one of the numerous prizes that are typically handed out.
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Our first event of the Paddle-Fishing.com Challenge Series is this coming Saturday, September 29. The huge launch area – anywhere from the Manatee River and south – offers lots of water to fish. We’ll be going back to Seafood Shack this year for the Pic n’ Sip!
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This season’s series has been announced! New name, new challenges, more fun!
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With the summer tarpon season winding down for kayak anglers the big rods are going back to the garage rod racks and the flats gear is getting tuned up in preparation for the redfish schools of fall. This was a good tarpon season for most with several guys getting their first.
Steve “Tide1On” got his first kayak tarpon this year.
A few of the guys who have been at it for years added to their totals. Here’s Steve Manning with one of several he hooked up with this season.
Dave Robinson had a good number this season but this one really took it to him. After trying to jump in his kayak, it gave him a bath before getting released.
After many hours on the water in a dedicated effort, Walt “EZYLYF” Ruda finally got hooked up.
Another first was caught by Neil “fsh4fun”. He had a full audience with his vacationing family on the beach watching and rooting him on through the battle.
The forum has many videos and more pictures. One thing that is certain, even as the tarpon gear is getting put away for the season, plans are already being made and anticipation has begun for next year.