Suncoast Tarpon Roundup
Education | Research | Sportsmanship

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roceeds Benefitting the Pediatric Cancer Foundation
  

 

To Report a release or hear the standings call 727-346-4353

ATTENTION FINALE DAY ANGLERS

Each qualifying angler MUST provide a judge to participate in Finale Day

The judge you provide will be asked to verify releases for a competitor

If the judge you provide is a no-show on Finale Day, you will be disqualified

Provide your judges information by emailing their contact information (name, address, email, and phone number) and your contact information to the STR President at flsharky@aol.com

Judges are due by 5PM on July 26th and will be assigned by Sunday, July 27th


T Shirts are still available at Bay Pines Marina


Banquet Reservations must be made no later than August 15th.  Please open, print, and mail in your BANQUET RESERVATION as soon as possible


Finale Day Eligibility

 

Tournament Ends:  Friday, July 25, 2014 at 6 PM

Please take our SURVEY at your convenience.......Thank you

Our Mission

The Suncoast Tarpon Roundup provides a ten week, 24/7 fishing tournament which promotes sportsmanship, research, and education.   

The goal of the Suncoast Tarpon Roundup is to encourage family and community involvement, enhance the awareness of the tarpon fishing available in our own back yard and bring together people from all circles of the community to provide a safe, educational and entertaining forum to compete and enjoy the rewards of Tarpon fishing in the Tampa Bay area.   

The Suncoast Tarpon Roundup further recognizes and appreciates that children are the future of this tournament and energetically promotes the philosophy of “Take a Child Fishing.”  We exist so anglers can enjoy themselves today, but more importantly, so that future anglers may be afforded the same opportunities we are privileged to enjoy.


Angler Ethics

1

  Keep Only the Fish You Need

2

  Do Not Pollute Properly Dispose of  your Trash

3

  Sharpen Your Angling and Boating Skills

4

  Observe Angling and Boating Safety Regulations

5

  Respect Other Anglers’ and Boaters Rights

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  Respect Property Owners’ Rights

7

  Pass on Your Knowledge and Angling Skills

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  Support Local Conservation Efforts

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  Never Stock Non-Native Fish or Plants into Public Waters

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  Promote the Sport of  Angling