Results - 3rd Annual Point Pleasant Elks Lodge, NJ Kayak Fishing Fluke Tournament E-mail
Thursday, 29 July 2010 09:35

2010 3rd Annual NJ Kayak Fishing Fluke Tournament, sponsor_banner Hosted by Point Pleasant Elks Lodge - Report

Another great tournament, with more and more anglers each year. It was a hot one, with the heat in access of 100 degree's. This year the anglers spread out and we had groups fishing in Raritan Bay, a group launched off the beach in Deal, and we had a group weave the boating traffic in the Manasquan Inlet . The keeper size Fluke were scarce, but everyone got into tons of shorts and had a great time.

I would like to thank all of our sponsors, volunteers, the Point Pleasant Elks and the anglers for participating, and I look forward to a strong 2011. We are in the process now of bringing together a committee to help create the best NJ Kayak Fishing Fluke Tournament. If you have the time and would like to help, please contact me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Exciting changes for the New Jersey Kayak Fishing Fluke Tournament Next Year!

Next year we are going to make some very exciting change's to the kayak fishing venue and turn it into the greatest New Jersey Kayak Fishing Fluke Tournament. We have listened to the anglers and exciting changes are coming. Here are some of the ideas that we are playing with:

  • We are not going to require an in person captain's meeting the night before (maybe a forum rule sign off)
  • All registrations will be handled in advance of the competition
  • All late registrations will be handled as needed. Time and location TBA for 2011
  • Next year we will be working with Jose from the Salty FlyRodder’s Club to create a fly fishing division
  • Junior Angler Division for anyone under the age of 14.
  • Gear and Product Raffle
  • Starting in 2011, you can start to fish Friday thru Saturday. This will give the anglers 2 days to find some fish.

Who are the Elks and Point Pleasant Elks Lodge

Today, the mission of the Elks National Foundation is to help Elks build stronger communities. We fulfill this pledge by investing in communities where Elks live and work. We provide tomorrow's leaders, our youth, with a healthy beginning; honor the Elks' pledge to never forget our veterans; help the state Elks associations accomplish their charitable objectives; and fund projects that improve the quality of life in local Elks communities.

2010 3rd Annual NJ Kayak Fishing Fluke Tournament - RESULTS

1st Place Fluke and eligible for 10pts in the Nor'East Coast Kayak Fishing Series
John Muller with a 19.5” Fluke.

1st PP Elks

Jon won the following products from our sponsors: Yak Gear Mud Pole, Yak Gear Leash, Gullwing Padle, MTI Life Jacket, Advanced Element Rapid Up Sail, and Skwoosh Pro Angler Seat

2nd Place Fluke and eligible for 8pts in the Nor'East Coast Kayak Fishing Series
Joe Hollywood with a 19.25” Fluke

2nd PP Elks

Joe won the following products from our sponsors: Yak Gear Mud Pole,  MTI Life Jacket, Advanced Element Dry Bag, Skwoosh Comfort Cushion, Yak Gear Leash and Advanced Element Anchor System

1st Place Fluke Slam (3 Longest Fluke) and eligible for 10pts in the Nor'East Coast Kayak Fishing Series
Larry Newman with 52.5" of New Jersey Fluke

slam PP Elks
Larry won the following products from our sponsors: Gullwing Paddle,  MTI Life Jacket, Advanced Element Rapid Up Sail, Yak Gear Leash and Scotty Outriggers
1st Place Longest Other Fish and eligible for 10pts in the Nor'East Coast Kayak Fishing Series
Judy Segar with a 4' (estimated) Cownose Ray
largest_other PP Elks
Judy won the following products from our sponsors: MTI Life Jacket, Advanced Element Dry Bag, Yak Gear Leash and Scotty Outriggers
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