New Web Design by Quenzel & Associates for Fishing Tournament - Caloosa Tournament Series.
The Caloosa Catch and Release is the largest single-site public inshore fishing tournament in Florida
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and one of the largest and most prestigious tournaments in the country, having dozens of states represented this past year. This three day event is held at the Pink Shell Beach Resort and Spa on Fort Myers Beach, Florida consisting of over 100 hundred teams with approximately three anglers per team. In addition, many other people participate in a variety of functions offered at this family event. Anglers compete for snook
, and a daily mystery fish-all on a catch and release basis.More than 45 organizations in Southwest Florida have benefited from over $400,000 dollars that has been distributed as a result of this event including this partial list: The Rotary Club of Fort Myers South, The Imaginarium, Florida Sea Grant Program-Project Redstart, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Boy Scouts of Southwest Florida, The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA), Outreach, The Children’s Home Society, and Edison Community College. The primary recipient of funding from this event over the past eight years has been Florida Gulf Coast University where donations helped build the math and science building-Whitaker Hall, where The Caloosa Catch & Release name is listed in the atrium in the lobby and the marine and aquarium wing bears The Caloosa name. In addition, the tournament has provided athletic scholarships over the past seven years and is committed to that objective into the foreseeable future.Summer Slam Flats Tournamen
tNow in the tenth year, this two-day tournament consists of seventy-five teams and is held at the Pink Shell Beach Resort and Spa on Fort Myers Beach, Florida. Anglers compete for snook
, and snapper
. Net proceeds from this event are distributed to the Florida Gulf Coast University athletic scholarship program.The Caloosa Grand Championship
The Caloosa Grand Championship is the final event in The Caloosa Tournament Series bringing qualifiers of all tournaments together from all over the country to compete for nearly $50,000 in cash and prize money and the opportunity to bear the coveted title-Caloosa Grand Champion.