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SAMMY SESSIONS of Ocean Isle Bi
Tournament. The 51-pound cobia wi
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| Anglers nave until 7 a.m. tomorrow
f. (Friday i to sign up ior a chance to
catch the SI,000 grand prize fish in
the Shallotte Point Volunteer Fire
Department Flounder Tournament. |
Registration is $30 per boat, which (
?. includes admission to a Saturday
night fish fry that will feature i
I flounder weighed in during the two- i
< Fishing begins 7 a.m. Friday and |
Saturday, with cheek-in at 5 p.m AH
fish will be weighed in at Tripp's i
Fishing Center at Shallotte Point bet- <
ween B a.m. and 6 p.m., said Joyce <
Land, tournament spokesman. I
All fish must be caught from a boat
and must meet tlie state's 11-inch i
To recognize National Safe Roatinu
Week is June 2-8, The Braaswick
Hospital, the Shnllottc Flotilla 10-80
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and
several county rescue squads will be i
displaying boats and rescue equip- |
ment in the hospital parking lot in |
Displays will be located in the |
. . . across the
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Is caught May 16.
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For the two days of fishing, cash
and prizes worth $3,000 will be
awarded, including daily prizes and
prizes for the largest fish caught by a
child and by a woman.
Representatives of all boats preregistered
for the tournament wen'
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i Thursday I between 5 p.m. and 10:30
p.m. to pick-up then boat numbers.
Members of the tournament conunittee,
of which Mike Potts is chairman,
were to be available to answer any
questions, take registration
jayments and review the rules.
Registration forms are available
)> calling 754-0080 or 754-6985.
hospital's visitors parking lot on
Wednesday, June5, and Friday, June
7 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Displays include boats and boating
equipment, rescue equipment and
first aid demonstrations. Members of
the hospital nursing staff will also be
checking blood pressures. The publn1s
street to the
the standard is quality
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?bia in the N.C. Salt Water Fishing
Proceeds of the tournament and
fish fry benefit the fire department.
The fish fry will be held at the fire
station. following the 6: :t0 p.m.
awards ceremony at the weigh-in station.
Members of the general public
will pay $:t.50 per plate.
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Ocean Isle Beach fisherman Sammy
Sessions lias taken a share of first
place for catching the largest cobia
in the 1985 N.C. Salt Water Fishing
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Sessions landed the 51-pound cobia
while fishing alone about a mile offshore
on May 16. It was weighed at
Tripp's Fishing Center at Shallotte
Point. Sessions plans to have the fish
Another local fisherman, Paul
Fulgham of Wilmington, has also
landed a 51-pound cobia since the
tournament began in March.
Fulgham's April 27 catch was weighed
at Missy's Messy Market at
Carolina Beach. The two fishermen
now share a tie for first place.
According to a list of current
leaders, as of May 29, Howard Oliver
of Myrtle Beach, S.C., retained the
lead for the largest Spanish
mackerel. His seven-pound, 12-ounee
catch was weighed at the Southport
Marina and Tackle Shop on April 20.
Fishermen catching the largest
fish in each of 24 categories will be
awarded plaques at the end of the
tournament that began March 11 and
continues until the fall. Catches must
be weighed at an official weighing
The 11th annual tournament is
sponsored by the N.C. Division of
Travel and Tourism. Utiles
brochures for entering the event are
free from the N.C. Travel and
Tourism Division. 430 N. Salisbury
St.. Raleigh, N.C.. 27611, or call tollfree,
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