The 2014 Gene Doyle Fishing Tournament - SlideMoor Sponsorship!

The 2014 Gene Doyle Fishing Tournament – SlideMoor Sponsorship!

SlideMoor is happy to announce sponsorship in the Gene Doyle fishing tournament for 2014! We are sponsoring Dylan Ward and Michael in the tournament within the open divisions. Dylan and Michael will be handcrafting custom fishing rods for donation to the auction.

The 2014 Gene Doyle Fishing Tournament - SlideMoor Sponsorship!

Dylan & Michael fishing!

SlideMoor is also sponsoring a first place trophy.

The Gene Doyle Fishing Tournament is a backcountry catch and release tournament targeting Snook, Redfish (Red Drum) and Trout (Spotted Sea Trout).  Based out of Naples, FL, the tournament has been going on for over 15 years and raises money for the Gene Doyle Memorial Foundation – which supports Adventure Scholarships to send kids on outdoor adventure trips.

The Gene Doyle is a well-run family-friendly event.  We highly recommend you join us to cheer on the SlideMoor team or enter your own team!

See you on the water!

James Murphy

James Murphy

Partner/Head of Marketing & Sales at SlideMoor
I've lived on the water for most of my life. I have an affinity for all things revolving around the ocean. Recently, my aim has been set on the thrills of spearfishing!
James Murphy

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