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Mosquito Lagoon Classic February 4th, 2017

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The Mosquito Lagoon Classic is just around the corner.  Anglers will get to compete for bragging rights as well as sponsor gear and, of course, cash prizes.


This year the tournament takes place on February 4 and, as everyone knows, February is giant Redfish month at the Lagoon. In fact, the giant Redfish, in the 50” range, are on the hunt. Catching these beasts will be quite a challenge on light tackle, but also promises to be a lot of fun.


The tournament is once again hosted by Goodrich Seafood & Oyster House, with 7:00 am being the launch time for kayaks. CPR weigh-in time will be at 2:30 pm at the host's location on the north end of the lagoon.


More information, along with a map, is available on the official tournament page. Tournament entry for the Mosquito Lagoon Classic is $55,00 and anglers can also purchase into the ClassicS Masters Calcutta. Last year, the first place prize went to a catch of 2 reds and 2 trouts with a combined total of 89”. It will be interesting to see what this year brings.

Last modified on Thursday, 26 January 2017 10:45
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