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Jan 11

2017 Top Money Winner

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Anytime a Elite Redfish tournament is taking place, Lumberton Texas angler and Simmons Custom Rigging pro Jimmy Lloyd is going to be a favorite to win.

In 2017 the Elite Redfish Series divided it’s events and field into 2 divisions. The top winner in the East division was Shane Pescay, winning a whopping $89,750.00 but that wasn’t good enough to best Jimmy who took home an amazing $92,500.00 while fishing just 3 events in the West division.Read more here...

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Mar 01

Dufrene comes from 7th place to win

What a fabulous weekend for The Redfish Series… 5 fish limit per angler, per day, 1 pro per boat with no team mate or armature partner, head to head, mano y mano for the first time ever took place in the kickoff event of the 2014 Yellowfin Elite Series.

Paul Dufrene won the event with 89.24 pounds and took home the top prize of over $10,000.00 in cash.Read more here...

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Jun 22

McKellar takes top spot in Lake Charles, LA.

10505629_835152076502485_454360758675104679_nThe final tour stop of the regular season took place in Lake Charles, LA. as the 35 pros of the 2014 Yellowfin Elite Series looked to put the severe weather of Biloxi and the Gulf of Mexico in their rearview mirror and look forward to the well protected marshes of western Louisiana, known for yielding giant redfish.

After 2 days of competition the Super 7 making it through to day 3’s final round gathered and launched under much better early morning conditions than days 1 and 2.Read more here...

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Apr 24

Pescay Tops the field in Houma, LA.

pescay_insideThis week it was the official start to the 2014 Yellowfin Elite Series tournament season. Anglers competed April 24-26 out of Houma, La.. Another twist to this competition was the 14 days (prior to Monday, the week of the event) of off limits where anglers could not be on tournament waters.

A “dead period” to being on tournament waters and for getting information or help (for the first time in professional redfishing) was instituted, followed by 3 days of official practice, for all anglers, then the event.Read more here...

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