Results - Point Pleasant Elks Tournament - Kayak Division E-mail
Written by Chris Parson   
Thursday, 04 August 2011 12:53

191 boats and 48 kayak anglers registered and competed in this years Point Pleasant, NJ Elks Fluke Tournament on Saturday July 29th. The East Coast Kayak Fishing Team was able to provide kayaks and fishing equipment for 14 Take A Soldier Fishing participants with the help of some fellow anglers and John Durrua from Jersey Paddler. The Take a soldier fishing program is about getting our soldiers out on the water with their peers and having a great time.

Charlie LaBar, Pro Staffer for Ocean Kayak gave a kayak fishing seminar at the Captain's Meeting about kayak fishing for Fluke and how to read their coloring and markings. Charlie LaBar (aka LUNCHBOX) kayak fishing workshops are a must for kayak anglers of all levels.


2011 NJ Fluke Kayak Fishing Tournament - Results

1st Place Calcutta Pool Longest Fluke
27" Fluke - Capt John Kravchak

1st Place Calcutta Pool Longest 3 Fluke
61.5" Larry Newman and Gary Ward

1st Place Longest Fluke
22.5" Fluke - Bill Kiluk

2nd Place Longest Fluke
20" Fluke - Chris Shoplock

3rd Place Longest Fluke
19.5" Fluke - Frank Healy

Congratulations!!!

 

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