YAK4IT TOC 2016 Hobie Fishing Worlds Qualifier
AUSTIN, TX- October 18, 2016
The Yak4it Tournament of Champions is now a qualifying event for the Hobie Fishing Worlds 6 to be held in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana on December 4-10, 2016.
Hobie Fishing and Mariner Sails are teaming up to make this an event to remember. Hobie is the leader in kayak manufacturing and Mariner Sails is a national leader in kayak and watersports retail. Together they have worked to make a lot of things possible for this event.
The honor of being a Hobie Fishing Worlds 6 qualifying event is offered to very few. We take this very seriously and cherish the opportunity to have one of the best bass anglers in the country join Team North America to compete against anglers from across the world. In addition, the winning angler representing the Yak4it TOC will also receive paid entry, lodging, and travel to compete.
Mariner Sails has been the leader in creating the opportunity for Hobie Fishing to be a part of the Yak4it TOC. Being one of the largest retailers of Hobie products, Mariner Sails also has one of the largest inventories of Hobie products, accessories, and parts. Anything you need, you will be able to find it in their store and online at www.mariner-sails.com.
The opportunity to compete against anglers from across the world is very rare, and it is exciting to see how the Hobie Fishing Worlds 6 is helping grow the sport around the globe. Please start getting your plans together to get to Louisiana in December. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and we hope you are as excited about it as we are. For More Information on the Hobie Fishing Worlds 6: www.hobiefishingworlds.com
The Tournament of Champions is about bringing everyone together on common ground to meet and greet others from all over the country in a friendly battle to conquer the famed, big bass dreamland, Lake Fork. A tournament like this can only happen with the support and encouragement of the anglers participating. You, the angler, make this possible through your desire to seek out the strongest competition this country has to offer. Your drive to excel and your sportsmanship is what makes this sport great.