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Kayak & SUP Fishing Tournament - Beach n Boards Fest - Cocoa Beach

You guys do not want to miss out of this tournament taking place March 16th in Cocoa Beach.

Only $30 to enter for a chance at $4500 in cash for the longest redfish, trout, catfish, and sheepshead. PLUS, over $5,500 up for grabs in our raffle including a brand new fully outfitted BOTE paddleboard and NuCanoe kayak. ***Must be entered in the tournament to win and must be present to win.***

Free breakfast, pizza, tournament t-shirt, and goodie bag just for signing up. It's an fun tournament with something for all skill levels. Last year we donated $5,000 to the One Lagoon Fund and this year I'm hoping to donate $10,000. Please spread the word and sign up. I truly look forward to seeing you all out there! 

www.beachnboardsfest.com/boards/fishing

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  • HooknCooksHooknCooks OrlandoPosts: 83 Greenhorn
    Got the catfish contests for sure.  Those jokers love me.
  • John McKroidJohn McKroid Posts: 3,443 Captain
    Looks interesting, Wish I was more familiar with fishing the Banana river.
  • SaltyRootsSaltyRoots Posts: 213 Deckhand
    Looks interesting, Wish I was more familiar with fishing the Banana river.
    There's something for everyone with this tournament. Regardless of your skill level, you're getting breakfast, lunch, one free beer, goodie bag filled with a ton of free stuff from sponsors, tournament t shirt, a chance at $4500 in cash prizes and well over $5500 in raffle prizes all for $30 entry fee. Tough to beat, hope to see you out there
  • HooknCooksHooknCooks OrlandoPosts: 83 Greenhorn
    You still have time to make a run ... or two and check it out.
  • skankin pickleskankin pickle Posts: 66 Deckhand
    edited February 2019 #6
    saltyroots makes some stellar points. i don't fish that area much anymore and haven't in a few years, never had much luck. the good thing about that area is your protected from the wind (mostly). the tricky part is everybody is forced to launch from the same spot. would have been nice to somehow split the launches between ramp road and the country club. think i'm gonna roll the dice, enjoy it and meet some new people. either way, can't beat fishing in march!!!
    rise and shine, it's fishing time!
  • SaltyRootsSaltyRoots Posts: 213 Deckhand
    saltyroots makes some stellar points. i don't fish that area much anymore and haven't in a few years, never had much luck. the good thing about that area is your protected from the wind (mostly). the tricky part is everybody is forced to launch from the same spot. would have been nice to somehow split the launches between ramp road and the country club. think i'm gonna roll the dice, enjoy it and meet some new people. either way, can't beat fishing in march!!!
    Yeah, unfortunately due to being apart of the larger Ron Jon's Beach N Boards Fest event my hands are tied logistically on where we can hold the tournament and how we can run it. The Cocoa Beach Country Club offers the large pavilion, plenty of parking, lights, etc. so it makes it the only viable option. Luckily, as you said, the area is protected from the wind, we have more raffle prizes than ever this year, and the water quality isn't as bad as last year. And because of daylights saving time everyone will get about 45 more minutes of fishing time so you'll be able to spread out and fish some areas you may not have been able to in years past. Looking forward to seeing everyone out there!
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