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Don’t let these “Things To Do” get away from you.

PERMITS & LICENSES
For information regarding Florida Saltwater Fishing Licenses refer to www.myfwc.com/license/recreational/saltwater-fishing/ or call 850.488.3641.
For information regarding Federal HMS Permits call 888.872.8862 or refer to www.nmfs.noaa.gov/sfa/hms/compliance/permits_reporting/.

DOCKAGE AT BAYTOWNE MARINA
There’s still plenty of room at the marina, but slips for boats 60′ and over are filling up fast. Get your entry and dockage reservation in now. Enter online at www.fishecbc.com/entry-form or download the printable PDF version.

VIDEO CAMERAS
Now’s a great time to be sure your video equipment is up to speed. Update your equipment, learn how to use it, make sure you have a backup and make a plan for who will operate it during the release.

EARLY BIRD DEADLINE
May 31st is our Early Bird Deadline. If you’re entered by that date you’ll get a chip in the bucket for a chance to win $1,000 plus free dockage at Baytowne Marina during the event. And for some of those larger boats that can mean a savings of thousands. The earlier you enter, the more chips you get, the better your chances to win.

BOOK YOUR ROOM AT SANDESTIN
There’s no doubt Sandestin is the best place to stay during the tournament, but don’t wait until the last minute. Make your reservation now and ask for one of the locations closest to the marina – many are within walking distance. The resort offers special rates for the tournament. Call 800.320.8115 or book online at www.sandestin.com. Use GROUP Code FISH16.

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Julia Brakhage

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Julia Brakhage is the owner of Tournament Control™, a consulting firm providing information management services including websites, newsletters, databases and tournament registration, scoring and cash award calculation. Julia has over thirty-seven years of experience in information and business management. Over twenty of those years have been spent working directly with sportfishing tournaments and tournament series. Her systems have been used to register over 10,000 fishing teams, 40,000 anglers, and to distribute over $79 million in cash awards. To learn more about Julia visit www.tournamentcontrol.com.