IFA Florida East Division events set for April 26-27th, 2014

MOUNTAIN HOME, AR. (March 23rd, 2014) - Inshore anglers from across Florida and surrounding regions will meet at Titusville, Florida
April 26-27th, for the 2014 Florida East Division first event of the IFA Redfish Tour Presented by Cabela's and IFA Kayak Fishing Tour Presented by Hobie Fishing.

Both tour events will operate out of Parrish Park on Max Brewer Parkway in Titusville. The IFA Redfish Tour Presented by Cabela's will begin its activities on Friday, April 25th, with tournament registration from 5-7 p.m. followed by the captain's meeting at Cracker Jack's, 2A Max Brewer Parkway, Titusville, FL 32256. The Phone number at Cracker Jack's is (321) 383-0200. Anglers will launch from public ramp at Sand Point at safe light on Saturday, April 26th, with check-in times assigned at Friday's captain's meeting.

Competitors in the IFA Kayak Fishing Tour Presented by Hobie Fishing will have registration from 6-7 p.m. with Captains meeting to follow on Saturday, April 26th, at Parrish Park. Anglers will launch Sunday from the location of their choice. Weigh-ins will be at KAYAKS BY BO INC. AND KBB OUTFITTERS, 410 S Hopkins Ave, Titusville, FL 32796. Check in times will be announced at Saturday's captain's meeting.

Continuing to draw inshore anglers from Texas to the Carolinas, both IFA Redfish Tours include five different divisions, each with a two-event regular season. With budget-friendly entry fees, the two tours offer opportunities to compete close to home while keeping anglers' expenses to a minimum.

Every regular-season IFA Redfish Tour presented by Cabela's tournament winner will take home a fully loaded 2014 Ranger Boat, valued at $25,000. Winners of the IFA Kayak Fishing Tour presented by Hobie Fishing will win $1,500 guaranteed.

For more information or to become a member of the IFA, visit www.ifatours.com. To discover more about kayaking and Hobie Fishing go to www.hobiefishing.com.

IFA events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Hobie Fishing, Ranger Boats, Cabela's, Lucas Oil, Yamaha Outboards, RAM, Gulp!, Gulp! Alive, PENN Reels, Spiderwire, Minn Kota, Humminbird, Power-Pole, Progressive Insurance, General Tire, Livingston Lures, Amphibia, Super Clean, Ion, Mustang Survival, Valley Fashions, Arctic Ice, Protect the Harvest, Bob's Machine Shop, Blue Point Fabrication, Powertex Group and Audubon Aquarium of the Americas.

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