Fishing for Kids tournament results

Published: May 16th, 2018

Category: Announcements, CMN Events, For the Kids, Thank you!

Fishing for Kids 19th Annual Saltwater Trout Tournament benefiting UF Health Shands Children's HospitalLast month, the 14th Annual Fishing for Kids Saltwater Trout Tournament welcomed dozens of boaters to Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee, Fla. Thank you to all participants and sponsors for your support! Proceeds benefited CMN Hospitals at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. Here are the results:

Trout 5 Fish

  • 1st place Trout 5 fish, 13lbs 5oz: Toby Griffis & Kristen Griffis
  • 2nd place Trout 5 fish, 11lbs 5oz: Ross Tyler Rayborn & Mason Johnson
  • 3rd place Trout 5 fish, 10lbs 8oz: Greg Hause & Julie Hause
  • 4th place Trout 5 fish, 10lbs 6oz: Sean Campbell & Devan Chapman

Largest Trout, Red Fish and Most Spots Red Fish

  • Largest Trout, 4lbs 9oz: Shawn Campbell & Devan Chapman
  • Largest Red Fish, 7lbs: Rick Julius & M’alice Julius
  • Most spots Red Fish, 11: Greg Hause & Julie Hause

Youth Largest Trout

  • 1st place, 2lb 9oz: Leah Lindsey 
  • 2nd place, 2lb 7oz: Aubrey Hart 
  • 3rd place, 2lb 6oz: Arden Hansen 

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