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2015 AFWC Qualifiers Announced

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Kayak anglers who wish to participate in the 2015 Adventure Fishing World Championship (AFWC) will now have to qualify at one of five AFWC Regional events. The regional qualifiers have been spread across the country to give anglers the opportunity to participate and hopefully place in a tournament.

Picking the right regional could be the key to success this year as some of the locations look trickier then others to navigate.

Taken from the AFWC website: "Each AFWC regional will be of similar format to the championship with 5 checkpoints except the courses will be laid out where anglers can expect to paddle 5-10 miles rather than the grueling 10-20 expected at the championship. Other than that the experience is the same, a partner event with anglers required to reach and catch fish at a minimum of 2 out of 5 checkpoints and be back to the start finish line by 5PM."

EAST Regional Event

 AFWC REGIONALS EAS CEDAR ISLAND NC

Where: Cedar Island, NC
When: May 24, 2014
Register: http://adventurefishingworldchampionship.com/?page_id=839

 

NORTHEAST Regional Event

AFWC REGIONALS N. WILDWOODNJ

Where: North Wildwood, NJ
When: May 31, 2014
Register: http://adventurefishingworldchampionship.com/?page_id=673

 

SOUTHEAST Regional Event

AFWC REGIONALS CROOKED RIVER GA

Where: Crooked River, GA
When: June 21, 2014
Register: http://adventurefishingworldchampionship.com/?page_id=645

 

WEST Regional Event

AFWC REGIONALS OUACHITA AR

Where: Lake Ouachita, AR
When: November 8, 2014
Register: http://adventurefishingworldchampionship.com/?page_id=704

 

LOUISIANA Regional Event

AFWC REGIONALS COCODRIE LA

Where: Cocadrie, LA
When: November 15, 2014
Register: http://adventurefishingworldchampionship.com/?page_id=715

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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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