15th Annual Spot Fishing Tournament
- Travel & Outdoor
In 2001, The Florida Times-Union created a family-friendly, one-day catch and release redfish event to benefit local youth organizations. Now in its 14th year, formerly known as the Times-Union Redfish Roundup, the tournament has been renamed the Safe Harbor Boys Home Spot Tournament. The tournament will benefit the Safe Harbor Boys Home. The structure of the tournament is now a catch, photo and release format and with continued community-wide support from sponsors and anglers Safe Harbor will benefit from this event for years to come. The tournament’s capacity is set at 500 boats. Tournament set to begin at 'safe light' (approx. 7:00am) on April 26, 2014. Registration fee is $60 per boat until April 5, 2014, then increases to $75 per boat.
CAPTAIN'S MEETING: Academy Sports & Outdoors, 11901 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville, FL (TIME/DATE TBD-Stay Tuned).
Safe Harbor works to effect positive and permanent change in the lives of hurting boys by helping them become men of character, integrity and vision.
Safe Harbor Boys Home & Maritime Academy is a program serving adolescent boys in a maritime environment. Safe Harbor provides individual and family counseling, a high school diploma program, and vocational programs to boys who are from crippled family environments or are fatherless, or have lost one or more parent to death, divorce or desertion. For boys with behavior problems at home or a school, Safe Harbor offers a second chance and an alternative to their current home setting. Founded in 1984 as a 501(C)3 organization, Safe Harbor Boys Home is the premier program to use the waterfront and vessels as a residential and educational facility. The purpose of Safe Harbor is to assist the boys in becoming responsible, mature and independent young men through spiritual, educational and vocational training. Safe Harbor receives no taxpayer dollars to operate its programs.
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