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2012 Jacksonville Kayak Fishing Classic -
JACKSONVILLE, FL - December 12, 2011 - JaxKayakFishing.com, Northeast Florida's online kayak fishing community, has again announced plans for the world's largest kayak fishing tournament to be held in Jacksonville, Florida on May 11-12 2012. The 9th annual Jacksonville Kayak Fishing Classic promotes kayak fishing in Jacksonville with a fun conservation-oriented format and raises funds for children's programs at the Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation. The Columbia Sportswear Company, the global leader in active outdoor apparel, is the title sponsor...
Yak Anglers Overcome Weather to Win Big for Charities at 2011 Columbia Sportwear Kayak Fishing Classic -
JACKSONVILLE, FL - MAY 14, 2011 - The kids at Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville won big at the 2011 Columbia Sportswear Kayak Fishing Classic as 406 kayak anglers raised over $33,000 for the charity's programs and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation. Anglers had ideal fishing conditions in the morning and overcame a windy storm front moving through the Jacksonville area in the afternoon to check in 14 slams, 45 Redfish, 54 Trout, and 43 Flounder...
Columbia Sportswear Jacksonville Kayak Fishing Classic Agate Results -
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2011 Columbia JKF Classic Announces Family Cup Award -
JACKSONVILLE, FL - April 26, 2011 - JaxKayakFishing.com, Northeast Florida's online kayak fishing community and host of the 2011 Columbia Sportswear Jacksonville Kayak Fishing Classic on May 13-14 is announcing a new family-oriented award, the FishingNosara.Com Family Cup. The Classic, which has for years been the world's largest kayak fishing tournament, has always had a conservation, charity, and recreational focus that attracts many families that love to fish. The Family Cup will be awarded to the top family that fishes together and catches the best aggregate Redfish-Trout-Flounder slam at the Classic...
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We believe in safety first. Always have a float plan filed with someone who knows where you are going to paddle and when you plan on returning. Make sure you have checked the weather, tides, and water conditions for the area you are planning to explore or fish. At all times ensure you are in compliance with U.S. Coast Guard and State rules and regulations for paddle vessels in your area.
In kayak fishing Florida, non-motorized vessels less than 16 feet in length are not required to be registered or titled. However, regulations do require that each occupant of the vessel have a type I, II, III, or V personal floatation device (PFD). You are also required to have a whistle or efficient sound producing device onboard. If you are going to be out on the water at night or in low-light conditions you are also required to have a light that is bright enough so that others can see you.
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