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2009 Kayak Fishing Classics

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Kayak Fishing Classics is a 10 tournament national kayak fishing series with an 11th Invitational National Championship tournament following. Kayak Fishing Classics is open to the public however you must qualify for the national championship event by scoring points in the series tournaments.

 

Kayak Fishing the Gulf Coast is very popular and Kayak Fishing Tournaments add to the fun. The kayak angler is a special breed.  They are dedicated to bringing you a fantastic experience in Saltwater Kayak Fishing Tournaments. In doing so, the 2010 schedule has a varity of tournaments along the Gulf Coastal areas of the United States. If you are new to Kayak Fishing Classics you may regester and pay on line for one of the tournaments and you will receive a FREE one year on line subscription to Kayak Angler Magazine. They are one of our sponsors, so it's on the house from  Tropic Bay Kayak Fishing Classics.  The Kayak Fishing Classics has two fishing divisions;  Fly Fishing & Light Tackle Spin or Bait Casting. Sign up today and enjoy the fun.

 

Tournament Locations:

November  27th & 28th. Green Key Fly & Light Tackle Redfish Classic

January     Old Tampa Bay Monster Redfish Classic

February   Hillsborough Bay Mammoth Redfish Classic

March      St. Petersburg Trout Classic

April        Tarpon Springs, Florida

May         Homosassa Hazard Tarpon Classic

June       Fort De Soto Monster Snook Classic

For more information please visit:  http://www.kayakfishingclassics.com

 

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 22 August 2012 10:04
adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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