To all our Outpost Customers, Never have I seen the sea as rough, or winds as strong, as we now are experiencing in our expedition together. We are a team, and together our ship will get through …
Guy Harvey Outpost Team Joins Blue Water Babes to Fish for a Cure
Catch fish, eat great food, sip cocktails and maybe win prizes for a worthy cause in the Bluewater Babes Fish for a Cure Tournament Oct. 2-3 out of Sailfish Marina on Singer Island in Palm Beach County.
The tournament awards prizes for weighing the heaviest pelagics (kingfish, dolphin and wahoo); heaviest single meat fish (snapper, grouper, cobia or blackfin tuna); and releasing billfish (blue marlin, white marlin and sailfish).
Only women may be anglers, but male captains and crew are allowed.
Fish for a Cure, founded in 2009, is Palm Beach County’s first all-female contest dedicated to raising money for local breast and ovarian cancer patients who are in financial need. Besides fishing, the event includes cocktail and costume contests and a boat-decorating contest. A captains’ meeting and kickoff party will be held Oct. 2, followed by fishing and the final awards ceremony Oct. 3.
Guy Harvey Outpost’s captain Cliff Jensen and his team are sponsoring a Loggerhead Marina boat for the tournament. Guy Harvey Outpost has also donated a prize of a three-night stay at Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbor on West End, Grand Bahama Island, along with dockage.
For more information, go to http://fishforacure.com.
Sue Cocking chronicles the Guy Harvey Outpost travel and adventure experience in regular blog posts on GuyHarveyOutpostNews.com/. For 21 years, Cocking covered the full spectrum of outdoor adventure opportunities in South Florida and beyond for the Miami Herald, including fishing, diving, hunting, paddling, camping, sailing and powerboat racing. She is a certified scuba diver and holder of an IGFA women’s world fly fishing record for a 29-pound permit.