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Power-Pole Florida Pro Redfish Series Tournament - Saturday March 29 East Coast Div – Titusville | West Coast Div - Clearwater

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Lakeland, FL, March 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Registrations keep rolling in for Round Two of the Power-Pole Florida Pro Redfish Tournaments – Saturday, March 29. The field is expected to reach 50...

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Power-Pole Florida Pro Redfish Series Tournament - Saturday March 29 East Coast Div – Titusville | West Coast Div - Clearwater

Mar 29 2014, 6:42am CDT | by

Lakeland, FL, March 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Registrations keep rolling in for Round Two of the Power-Pole Florida Pro Redfish Tournaments – Saturday, March 29. The field is expected to reach 50 boats, 100 anglers, on each coast. With 50 boats in the field, the payout reaches over $10,000 cash and prizes. Florida Pro Redfish Series is an artificial baits only, catch and release, tournament series.

Anglers are gearing up and pre-fishing today for the Power-Pole Florida Pro Redfish Series Round Two in Clearwater and Titusville. The Clearwater tournament launches from the Seminole Boat Ramp, 198 Seminole St., Clearwater and the anglers will head out at safe light. Anglers are due back by 3:30 PM for the weigh in held at Island Way Grill, 20 Island Way, Clearwater to see who will be the take home the first place check and prizes. “Looking forward to round two,” said Kent Hickman, Florida Pro Redfish Series Tournament and Series Director, “The weather looks wet and windy for tomorrow in Clearwater and Titusville, which just seems to be what happens on tournament day, but the everyone is still looking forward to a great day of fishing!” “All of this would not be possible without our sponsors. Power-Pole, Reactor Watches, Breathe Like A Fish Apparel, TFO, Eupro and Bull Bay Rods just to name a few. We thank each and every one of them for all that they contribute to this 100% plus payback series.”

In Titusville, the anglers will launch from and weigh in at Marina Park (Ballfield), 1005 Marina Road, Titusville. “Fishing is going to be sick (awesome) tomorrow, said Chris Cenci, East Coast Tournament Director and Owner of Slayer Inc. Lure Company, “we have been pre-fishing and have been doing very well – even some double hook ups.”

For the full tournament information visit to www.floridaproredfishseries.com or www.facebook.com/floridaproredfishseries

About Florida Pro Redfish Series
Launched is 2013 on Florida’s east and west coasts, Florida Pro Redfish Series consists of four qualifier tournaments on each coast culminating an all-inclusive championship for the top 25 teams from each coast in Panama City. The series is structured to identify and award Florida’s Top Professional Redfish Team. Championship winners boast the title - Florida’s Top Professional Redfish Team! Run entirely by volunteers, FPRS is a nonprofit organization promoting the sport of inshore saltwater Redfish fishing focused on conservation within the State of Florida. Florida Pro Redfish Series is an artificial baits only, catch and release, 100% Plus Cash Payback tournament series. For more information, please visit www.floridaproredfishseries.com

About JL Marine Systems
JL Marine Systems Inc. is the Tampa, Florida-based manufacturer of the Power-Pole, a shallow water anchor system for all small skiffs, bass boats, flats boats, bay boats and more. Power-Pole is distributed via more than 1,000 dealerships throughout the US. Visit www.powerpole.com/jlmarine/dealers/findadealer.aspx to find a local dealer. For more information, please visit www.powerpole.com.

Contact Information:
Florida Pro Redfish Series
Kent Hickman
863-286-5386
Contact via Email
floridaproredfishseries.com

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