MarineMax Fishing Team Takes on the Duke of Fluke

July 1, 2014 – Ship Bottom, NJ – MarineMax Ship Bottom announced today that the MarineMax Fishing Team will be competing in the Sterling Harbor’s 21st Annual Duke of Fluke tournament on their new 2014 Sailfish 320 Center Console with special graphics on the sides.

Billed as South Jersey’s largest flounder tournament, the event includes a pig roast and barbeque after the awards ceremony. The Captain’s Meeting will be held at Sterling Harbor Marina on July 11th. The fishing begins at 7:30 AM on July 12th and weigh in ends at 5 PM. There are cash prizes for first, second and third heaviest fluke as well as first, second and third place for the 5 heaviest fluke combo. Additional Duke of Fluke awards are given for Junior Angler, 14 years and under with the single heaviest single fluke, and a Duchess award for a lady angler with the single heaviest fluke.

“This is a fun family oriented tournament that our team looks forward to each year,” offered Bob Andreotta, MarineMax Ship bottom General Manager. “I am excited that MarineMax is competing in this competition. It is a great day of fishing capped off by an evening of fantastic food and entertainment. Whether you fish the tournament or are rooting on your favorite team, take some time to meet the MarineMax Team and check out the awesome graphics on the new Sailfsih 320 CC the team will be fishing.”

The 21st Annual Duke of Fluke tournament is produced by Sterling Harbor Marina and Sterling Harbor Bait and Tackle a full service shop supporting inshore, offshore, surf and kayak fisherman with all their fishing and boating needs.

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