TREASURE COAST — The Florida Sport Fishing Association is hosting their 52nd Annual Offshore Slam fishing tournament on June 5.

Early registration is now open at - This is a family-friendly outdoor sporting event. Online raffle tickets are also available at that site.

"Proceeds support marine education in local junior and high schools, building offshore artificial reefs, kids fishing clinics and the fishing sport community throughout east central Florida," said FSFA club president Clayton Kimball aka "Captain K. ".

"All ages are welcome. There are Ladies and Junior angler prize categories this year too," Captain K added.

More than $22,000 is available in General Awards, including $5,000 for the Big Fish Prize, and $3,000 for General Slam.

A Captain’s party will be held Friday, June 4, 2021, at Kiwanis Island Park Recreation Center 951 Kiwanis Island Park Rd, Merritt Island, FL 32952. Starts at 5:30 PM – Public Invited.

Early registrations (Before May 23, 2021) will receive 2 Free $5 Raffle Tickets, 1 Tournament T-Shirt and 1 Raffle Ticket for ‘early registration special raffle’. The first 120 teams to register will receive a Captain’s Bucket.

About Florida Sport Fishing Association

Established in 1968, The Florida Sport Fishing Association (FSFA) is a non-profit organization formed by individuals and families sharing a common love of sport fishing, natural resources, and supporting the local communities where we live with the belief that through education, the sport itself and the resources upon which it depends can be preserved and advanced.

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