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Hobie Kayak Fishing Tournament - Noblesville, IN

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Portside Marine is having a standard CPR-style tournament at Morse Park and Beach in Noblesville, IN on May 17. The goal is to create awareness and support for the Indiana kayak fishing scene, as well as small businesses like us and other kayak fishing groups and tackle suppliers. There will be a 100% payout, and places paid will be determined by how many registrants there are.

The entry fee is $20 with an additional $5 big bass side pot. Anglers' placement in the tournament will be determined by the aggregate length of their three biggest/best bass. Tournament entry fees (cash only) are to be paid at the launch site during registration and check-in. We are still gathering sponsors and hopefully will have more prizes to give away, but that will be announced as the info becomes available. We have at least one tackle supplier on board who is sending us some prizes!

We will also hold a Hobie Kayak Demo Day between 8:30am and 12:30pm during the tournament. The Demo Day will be open to the public - anyone is welcome to stop by and take a brand-new Hobie Kayak for a test drive. All participants need to do is sign a release waiver! RSVP form and additional tournament details/rules can be found at http://tourneyflow.com/viewTournament.php?id=19. The event can be viewed on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/259463264235369/

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Greg Becker

About the Author: Greg Becker relocated to the Tampa Bay, FL area from upstate NY, where for 20 years he spent his spare time as a licensed hunting and fishing guide. He now enjoys fishing in places you don’t need to drill through the water in winter. Greg writes for several outdoor companies and publications in the U.S. and abroad, and is a member of the Native Watercraft Pro Staff and Bull Bay Rods Professional Team. Greg enjoys getting his eleven-year-old son Robert out fishing in salt water from his kayak, and together they volunteer with the Tampa Bay Chapter of Heroes on the Water and Operation Helping Hand at the James A Haley VA Hospital.

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# Steved 2014-04-11 15:09
Looking forward to this event!
 

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