Spring has sprung, and so has the chance to win big in the second season of the Triple Threat Throwdown! Kick off was March 1, but this challenge will run through September 9, 2024. This contest offers Catch a Florida Memory anglers the thrilling opportunity to snag an exceptional Fishing Kayak Bundle. The prizes this year are more enticing than ever, featuring a Bonafide P127 Pedal Drive Kayak, a Premium Mustad Gear Bundle, and a comprehensive Kayak Safety Kit.

This challenge is not just open to experienced Triple Threat Club members but to all anglers who are part of the Catch a Florida Memory program. Participants can earn entries into the grand prize drawing by achieving recognitions such as a Grand Slam, Reel Big Fish, or reaching milestones within the Life List Clubs, from the 10 Fish Club up to the 70 Fish Club.

To join the ranks of elite anglers and throw your line into the competition, simply register at Catch a Florida Memory. Every qualified recognition you achieve during the contest period increases your chances of winning. Make sure your submissions comply with all contest rules, and prepare for the draw, which will be conducted shortly after September 10th, 2024. The winner will be notified by phone or email. Don’t miss out on making lasting memories on the water—sign up today and participate in the Throwdown for a chance to win these incredible rewards!

Join the Elite Triple Threat Club and Elevate Your Angling Game

Become a celebrated member of the Triple Threat Club by achieving recognition in all three Catch a Florida Memory programs: snag a Saltwater Grand Slam, reel in a Reel Big Fish, and qualify for at least the Saltwater Life List 10-Fish Club. Once you’re in, you’re in for life—membership never expires! Triple Threat Club anglers not only earn a high-performance dry fit shirt but also gain exclusive access to unique Triple Threat opportunities.

For more information on the Triple Threat Throwdown or Triple Threat Club, visit https://catchafloridamemory.com/programs/triple-threat/.


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