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2013 Chesapeake Bay Kayak Anglers Inc. Kayak Fishing Tournament for Charity

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The 2013 Chesapeake Bay Kayak Anglers Inc. Kayak Fishing Tournament for Charity will be held Sept. 13 – 15 at Camp Wright in Stevensville, MD. This tournament benefits Make-A-Wish Mid Atlantic and the Coastal Conservation Association of Maryland. The first forty participants to sign up will receive a premium Captain's Bag.

Prizes: (Tournament format is Catch-Photo-Release)
Striped Bass Division - Sponsored by Easton Cycle & Sport
1st - $300 gift certificate
2nd -$200 gift certificate
3rd - $100 gift certificate

Perch Division - Sponsored by All Tackle
1st - $100 gift certificate
2nd - $75 gift certificate
3rd - $50 gift certificate

Blue Crab Division - Sponsored by The Crab Deck Restaurant on Kent Island
1st - $100 gift certificate
2nd - $50 gift certificate
3rd - $25 gift certificate

Largest Bluefish - Sponsored by Paddlehouse Outfitters $100 gift certificate

Camping Information: Camp opens at noon Friday, Sept. 13
(Waiver and release form signed at check in)

Tenting included with registration fee.
(Provide your own tent, sleeping bag, etc.)
(Sorry no, campers, RVs, camp trailers, etc.)

All non-participant guests - $15.00
(Includes tenting, does not include T-shirt)

Electric Generators okay

Sorry - No Pets

Cabins available - $25/person/bunk/single
Entire cabin (sleeps eight) - $200
(Provide your own sleeping bags, pillows etc. Limited number of cabins, so you may have to share)

Tournament Details:
Entry Fee - $60.00 ($75.00 after Aug. 15)

Captains meeting – Sept. 13 7:00pm - not mandatory

Tournament start - first light – Sept. 14

Check in fish 12:30pm - 3:30pm
(Must be in line at 3:30pm to enter fish)

Address:
400 Camp Wright Lane
Stevensville, MD 21666
(410) 643-4171
campwright.com

Rain date – Sept. 15

Hope to see you there!

Regards, John
Tournament Director, Chesapeake Bay Kayak Anglers, Inc.
571-236-4557
http://www.cbkainc.com/

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Spencer Jones

Although starting to kayak fish in the summer of 2012 Spencer has fished since he was a kid.  He fishes everything from small creeks to large lakes mainly targeting large and smallmouth bass, northerns, and anything he can convince to bite the hook.  When he is not on the water he teaches choir at a middle and high school and teaches private piano lessons, and composes music. Spencer also loves working out and helping folks get healthy and fit!  He lives in Neenah with his lovely wife, 2 dogs, and 4 cats.

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