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2010 Oak Island Classic Results

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The folks over at North Carolina Kayak Fishing Association (NCKFA) just hosted the 2010 Oak Isalnd Classic with a great turnout.  This tournament is being dubed as the first king mackerel Kayak Fishing tournament along with the inshore slam species.  Kirk Talbert took home the trophy with a 45 1/2 king mackerel.

DSC_0795King Mackerel Division:
1st Kirk Talbert ~ 45 1/2"

Red Fish Division:
1st Jason Nall ~ 29 1/4"
2nd Celia Norwiki ~ 23 3/4"
3rd Corbin Bruton ~ 17 3/4"

Trout Division:
1st Bill Page ~ 18"
2nd Michelle Little ~ 15 3/4"
3rd Isadore Johnson ~ 15 3/8"

Flounder Division:
1st Kaleb Dutil ~ 22 1/4"
2nd Ken Butler ~ 19 7/16"
3rd Paul Clarke ~ 16 7/8"

Slam Division:(Red, Trout, Flounder)
1st Kaleb Dutil ~ 49" total
2nd Wayne Stirewalt ~ 34 1/2" total

The Red Fish wrapped Native Watercraft Ultimate 12that has been on raffle since this summer was won by Keith Owens of Troutman, NC

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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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