Tournament Series

As we receive sponsorship's and endorsements from companies we will be sure to have a list of products and items that we have acquired that are to be used for winnings and door-prizes as well as there street value!

Remember we are also giving CASH prizes the day of the event for 1st, 2nd Read more

This is the seriesl page for the Gulf Shores High School Fishing Team. We are starting a team for 7th-12th graders for the upcoming school year--2017-2018. Instagram, Twitter, and website on the way. Please like & share with everyone you know!

The Hobie Bass Open is a catch, photograph and release (CPR) tournament where anglers measure and photograph their top three bass during each of the two days, to be scored by total aggregate length. Eligible species include largemouth, spotted and smallmouth bass on human powered kayaks.

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KATS - Midwest is a kayak bass fishing tournament series with lake venues in Southeast Michigan. This series offers cash payouts from entry fees and significant sponsor donations as prizes. As one of the most lucrative kayak fishing series in the Midwest, it draws anglers from Michigan and Read more

With locations from Corolla to Rodanthe, Kitty Hawk Surf Company is one of the leading destinations for new and used surf, kayak, paddle boarding and skim gear from industry-leading brands such as Hobie, Wilderness Systems, BIC, Bote, Zap, and others. Kitty Hawk Surf Co. also carries the latest Read more

Muskies Inc Chapter 58 is a service-oriented, non-profit organization for men, women & children with the focus of improving the sport of muskie fishing everywhere they are found!

North Texas Kayak Fisherman demanded a tournament trail that is exciting and competitive! They wanted the DFW Kayak fishing scene as a whole to stand together and come up with something fun for the masses! Well after a few months of hard work and planning from a select group of Pro-Staffs and 2 Read more

Marine Science Research Institute

Discover Marine Science at Jacksonville University! Explore the natural laboratory provided by the St. Johns River and conduct extensive fieldwork as a JU marine biology student in the new 30,000 square-foot Marine Science Research Institute (MSRI). Read more