Nature Coast Challenge 2014

Nature Coast Challenge April 26, 2014 Spring Kayak Fishing Tournament Yankeetown, Florida

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Hosted by
the Inglis-Yankeetown 
Lions Club
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(352) 505-7936

All net proceeds go to charity

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The Inglis-Yankeetown Lions Club is located in Yankeetown, Fl. Yankeetown is a small town on Florida's western Gulf Cloast known for it's tree lined streets, quiet lifestyle and the Withlacoochee River. IYLC was chartered July 15, 1971. Our meetings are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month and start at 7pm. Our Club funds or sponsors projects for the betterment of our community, such as: • Eye exams and glasses for those who need help acquiring them; • South Eastern Guide Dogs; • Florida Lions Conklin Center - a training center for handicapped individuals; • North Florida Lions Eye Foundation; • Christmas Baskets; • Scouting; • Yankeetown and Inglis Fire Departments; • Other needs in the community as they arise.
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3 Responses to Nature Coast Challenge 2014

  1. Michael Alan says:

    is this tournament regulated by ramps only? not by a fishable zone. and if so that means no launching from docks, homes or shore line on any other creeks other than what is marked on the kayak launch area map?
    Thanks,

    • iylions says:

      Hi Michael,

      The launch sites shown are merely best suggestions. The fishable zone is bounded on the south by the intake canal to the Progress Energy plant, on the east by dry land, and on the west and north by how far you paddle, fish and return by check-in. I’ll be posting an image for orientation purposes soon.

      If you wish to use a launch site other than the suggested sites, we only ask that you inform us at the Captains’ Meeting so we’ll be better able to account for everyone afterwards.

      Thanks for the question.

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