The Offshore Tournament Action Moves to North Carolina this Week

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Last weeks White Marlin Open was thrilling and the winner took home nearly $3M! Check out the recap here. This week the action moves down the coast from Ocean City, MD to the Outer Banks, NC. The one-day Alice Kelly all women charity tournament took place on Sunday the 14th. 500 lady anglers competed on 92 boats to raise more than $30,000 for local and national charities.

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-Lo Que Sea led the way with five sailfish (released), good for 500 points. Congrats to the team made up of Lora Whitehurst, Karen Kremser, and Amy McGurk.

-The Legacy came in second for releasing three sailfish and a blue marlin. The team included Amy Forrester, Elizabeth Seigler, Julie Carrier, and Leslie Franklin.

-Cheryl Russell and her family fished with Capt. Dennis Endee aboard A-Salt Weapon for a third-place finish. Cheryl, her 14-year-old daughter Allyson, Lori Landstrom were among the team members.

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The Pirates Cove Billfish Tournament kicks off today with 72 boats competing for $612,000. For more details read our recent article about the 33rd PCBT. You can watch here for live updates and also follow the Fin & Field Facebook page.

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See you at the scales!


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