The 83rd Annual Tarpon Tournament presented Suncoast Charities for Children with a check July 20, for $10,001 at the Hyatt Regency at its awards ceremony.
Anglers cast their lines May 18 to June 23 in hopes of catching a silver king of the sea at the 83rd Annual Tarpon Tournament. This year's contribution surpassed last year’s donation of $7,500.
The grand prize was $1,000 cash; two tarpon spinning rods and reels from Economy Tackle; signed limited-edition print of Brendan Coudal’s tarpon artwork; and an engraved plaque. First place went to Tom Goshorn who caught a tarpon with a 34-inch girth during the Fish Off June 29. Goshorn was the only angler to catch a tarpon that day.
First Place — Tom Goshorn
Second place — Rick Redd
Third place — Dave Robinson
Fourth place — David Sugar
Fifth place — Donnie King
Sixth place — Greg Peterson
Seventh place — Jeremiah Acevedo
Kim Redd caught a tarpon with a girth of 42 inches.
Danielle DeSilvestro caught a tarpon with a girth of 35 inches.
His and Hers Division
Rick and Kim Redd with a combined total of 85 inches
David Sugar, 9
Jeremiah Acevedo, 8
Greg Peterson 34.5-inch girth
David Collins 6.5-inch girth
Tyler DeSilvestro, 35-inch girth
Max Sugar, 30-inch girth
Landon Forde, 24.6-inch girth
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