Date: November 3, 2018
Line In: 6:30 am
Weigh In Starts: 11:00 am
Weigh In Ends: 4:00 pm
Captains Meeting: November 2, 2018 @ 6:30pm
Location: Buccaneers Bait and Tackle 290 E. Meeting St. Saint Marys, Georgia 31558
Registration: $50 per boat
- One fish from each species will be weighed
- 50% payout
- Up to 4 anglers allowed in the boat.
- Each angler can only use 1 rod at a time
- Anglers may pull the boat to weigh in.
- Honor system in place
- Boat numbers will be given at captains meeting.
- Kayak Anglers must attend Captains Meeting, Photo Chips will not be given out before Captains Meeting.
- All Anglers are encouraged to attend Captains Meeting.
About Heroes on the Water
Heroes on the Water, a 501(c)(3) veterans charity, creates alternative therapeutic programs to serve veterans, active-duty military personnel, first responders and their families. These experiential programs incorporate structured activities proven to improve the lives of these men and women. Each experience reduces the impact of post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury while providing much-needed camaraderie and support.
The primary proven therapy utilized by Heroes on the Water is kayak fishing. Volunteer-led chapters around the United States hold events which are free for our nation’s heroes. Recurring activities give these heroes and their families a lifelong social network with like-minded people. No experience or equipment is needed, and kayak fishing is adaptive to those with disabilities. Our chapters in Australia and the U.K utilize the same proven model.
Founded in 2007, Heroes on the Water is dedicated to providing veterans services through recurring therapy and growing our volunteer chapter base. In 2018, we officially opened our services to first responders and their families. Our programs are proven to be effective and provide heroes with a way to positively improve their lives, enhance their family dynamic, and impact their community.
For more info visit www.heroesonthewater.org
To donate directly to Cumberland Sound Georgia Chapter visit