2015 YAMAHA CONTENDER MIAMI SPORTFISHING TOURNAMENT
Top Boat Prize of Any Sportfishing Tournament in South Florida!
Introducing the new Yamaha Contender
Miami Sportfishing Tournament, which is gearing up for
its 2015 event, held April 23 - 25th, 2015 at the Miami
Beach Marina on South Beach in Florida. With
the highest Top Boat prize of any other sportfishing
South Florida, $30,000, this will make the Yamaha Contender
Miami Sportfishing Tournament the most exciting sportfishing
event of the year! It will be a fantastic fishing tournament,
offering participants great parties, food, gifts, amenities
and prizes, all while donating proceeds to various charities,
scholarships and educational programs.
The new Miami Sportfishing Tournament is designed to
give anglers of all levels a chance to win great cash
prizes and trophies, all while having a great time in
the process. The tournament will seek species including
Dolphin, Tuna, Kingfish, Wahoo, Cobia and Billfish. The
winners will be determined by the combined aggregate
weight of the 3 heaviest fish from each Funfish species
per boat, as well as 15 points added to the aggregate
weight for each billfish release (up to 3 releases per
boat). The $500 entry fee allows anglers access to the
weekend’s events, parties, amenities and angler
The Yamaha Contender Miami Sportfishing Tournament (formally
the Miami Billfish Tournament) was founded over 33 years
ago with the goal to raise money for marine conservation,
education and promote preservation awareness. The tournament
has donated over $725,000 to various organizations such
as The Billfish Foundation, Coastal Conservation Association,
International Game Fish Association, the Florida Keys
Marine Laboratory and various educational scholarships.
Click here to read about the event and results.
Raffle Tickets on Sale NOW!
Win This Boat!
25' Contender Boat
w/twin Yamaha 150 hp
a Bluewater T-Top &
Lean Post, Tigress Outriggers and
$25 or 5 for $100
Tickets are Limited!
Winner Need NOT Be Present! Proceeds
go to Marine Conservation
To see all 2014
Tournament Photos Click Here
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