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IFA Kayak Fishing Championship Results

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The 2011 IFA Kayak Fishing Tour finale is in the books. Kayak anglers from around the country battled it out in Chalmette Louisiana for a chance at being the 2011 IFA Kayak Fishing Tournament Champion. After two days of fishing Justin Carter emerged the victor with a combined total 105 inches winning him the championship and the 2011 Angler Of The Year.

Brendan Bayard was right behind Justin with 101.25 inches taking second place. Blake Gill who was actually the day one leader with 50.50 inches took third with a two day total of 98.63 inches.

IFAtop5The 2011 IFA Championship Top from left to right: Blake Gill, Brendan Bayard, Justin Carter, Jeff Suber, Chad Skeeles.

Listed below are the top 10 finishers and so of the big fish and specialty awards winners.

Place Kayak Angler Day 1 Redfish Day 1 Trout Day 1 Total Day 2 Redfish Day 2 Trout Day 2 Total Total Inches
1 Justin Carter 30.75 17.50 48.25 40.50 16.25 56.75 105
2 Brendan Bayard 29 20 49 28.5 23.75 52.25 101.25
3 Blake Gill 31 19.50 50.50 26.63 18.50 48.13 98.63
4 Chad Skeeles 30.25 17.75 48 30.25 19 49.25 97.25
5 Jeff Suber 31.5 18.75 50.25 29.50 16 45.50 95.75
6 Clint Barghi 26.75 17.75 44.50 28.50 22.25 50.75 95.25
7 Timothy Walker 27.25 17.75 45 30.50 16 46.50 91.50
8 Cameron Barghi 27.50 19 46.50 28 15.50 43.50 90
9 Rory Gregg 29.50 16.25 45.75 28.75 15.25 44 89.75
10 Lee Smith 26.25 16 42.25 28.5 17 45.5 87.75

For the complete list of the IFA Kayak Fishing Championship results check out ifakayakfishingtour.com

2011 Angler Of The Year $1,000.00

  • Justin Carter

Berkley Gulp! Redfish Award $100

  • Justin Carter

Berkley Gulp! Trout Award $100

  • Brendan Bayard

Hobie Top Angler Cash $200.00

  • Justin Carter

Penn Reel Award

  • Justin Carter

Ego Net Award $50

  • Justin Carter

Jr. Angler Award $150

  • Micha Mixon

 

About the Author: Mark "YakSushi" Watanabe is the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com and the Founder of YakSushi Media. He considers himself a mediocre fisherman and an unexceptional writer. He's the devoted father of two little "Sushi's" and everyday tech ninja.

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Mark Watanabe

Mark "YakSushi" Watanabe is the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com, "He built this site!". He considers himself a mediocre fisherman and an unexceptional writer. He's the devoted father of a ton of little sushis (Air Quotes) and everyday tech ninja.

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