Capt. Mark Brady
Home: Steinhatchee, Florida
Boat: 22 ft. Blue Wave STL
Motor: 200 Suzuki
Home Waters: Big Bend of Florida down the coast to Homosassa
Sponsors: Mercury Marine and MotorGuide, Good Times Motel and Marina, Hook'd Up, Okuma High Peformance Reels, P & J Marine, Tournament Wear, Power Pole, Seatow/Horseshoe Beach, Mangrove creek outfitters, Fins Fishing, Sodium Fishing Gear
Favorite Lure: Gold Spoon and Live Target
Targeted Species: Redfish, Trout, Cobia.
Mark started fishing bass tournaments in South Central Florida in his late teens. He fished primarily freshwater until the the last 18 years when he made the switch to saltwater. Mark not only fishes the IFA, BBRC and Florida Pro e Redfish tournament circuits, he was director for 2 of the 8 Xtreme Redfish divisions in the state of Florida. He gives his time and advice to numerous charity tournaments , such as “Reelin 4 Kids”, the “Gator Quarterback Touchdown Club”, and the Santa Fe High School “Raiders Slam” every year in the BigBend area. When Mark is not fishing tournaments, you can still find him on the water taking his friends and family out. Mark enjoys the challenge and prefers to catch his redfish on artificial lures. He is an advocate in wildlife conservation and prefers catch and release whenever possible. Mark and his partner Ron were 2014 Ifa West Coast Division Champions and hope to repeat it again!!
Captain Bobbi Cannon
Home: Bell, Florida
Boat: 22ft Blue Wave STL
Favorite Baits: Tsunami and Live Target.
Bobbi was raised up on the water running shrimp boats with her family since childhood. Born and raised in Crystal River Florida she moved to Steinhatchee when she was 22 and started fishing inshore and offshore . Got into tournament Fishing 3 years ago and has a few trophies to show for it. Realizing how much she enjoyed being on the water and taking people out to experience it for themselves she decided to get a captain's license and has joined the Florida saltwater Flats team. This year with help from sponsors she fished the Florida Pro redfish series finishing 16th in the Big Bend Division, as well as other tournaments.
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