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ACK is proud to sponsor the 3rd annual Chesapeake Bay Kayak Anglers Charity Tournament which will be held at Camp Wright, Kent Island, MD on September 14, 2013. The tournament benefits the Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic and the Coastal Conservation Association of Maryland.
For the second year in a row, ACK is proud to sponsor the Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament in Florida. This offshore kayak fishing tournament series has ‘Extreme’ in its name for a reason:
Native Watercraft is debuting their Adventure Fishing World Championship this year and we couldn’t be more excited. Taking place in the Florida Everglades, this won’t be your typical kayak fishing tournament as it combines teamwork, navigation, fishing and paddling into one event.
It’s time for KATS! The 2013 series is coming up fast in the central Texas area.
Speaking of great causes (read previous post), I had the pleasure of attending the first CORE Health Foundation’s ADA Wheelchair Accessible Fishing Pier Committee Meeting last week. The CORE Health Foundation is in the process of raising approximately $400,000 in donations to build a wheelchair accessible fishing pier on Lady Bird Lake (formerly Town Lake) in downtown Austin.
Hey! How about a quick shout out to all those competing in the 2012 Kayak Angler’s Tournament Series Lake Fayette event this Saturday.
The annual fishing event in central Texas for all kayak anglers. Join us for the 4th annual 2011 Kayak Fishing Challenge, an annual catch-and-release kayak-fishing event held on Lady Bird Lake in Austin, Texas benefiting the Kids Outdoor Zone.
This idea for this tournament came about a few years back as a joke amongst several Austin Kayak Fishing members. The idea was that everyone’s skills would be tested to their limits by only allowing anglers to use Barbie, Scooby Doo, Stars Wars and other “kid” fishing poles.
Each February, while most folks are still in a deep sleep comfortably under cozy warm covers, there is a unique group of anglers preparing to launch an armada of plastic boats into misty cold waters in anticipation and hope of catching the big ones. I imagine a small handful of these guys are wondering, “what am I getting myself into” but I also imagine that when they get that first bite, the adrenalin kicks into full gear and it’s game on with no turning back!