SALTY FLY 2013 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

TFO pro staffer’s Chris Cenci and Cody Chivas, of Team Slayer won the 2013 Salty Fly Tournament this past weekend with a grand total of 82.5 inches of fish.

Team Slayer took home cash and prizes in the one-day event at Little Harbor Resort in Tampa, Fla. on Saturday Feb 23.

According to a post by Saltyshores.com, Tampa bay is considered by many as the toughest place to catch redfish on the fly.

Team Slayer comprised of Chris Cenci and Cody Chivas, claimed first with a one day total of 82 and one-half-inches. Photo Courtesy of SaltyShores.com

Team Slayer comprised of Chris Cenci and Cody Chivas, claimed first with a one day total of 82 and one-half-inches.
Photo Courtesy of SaltyShores.com

The Salty Fly 2013 presented by Hell’s Bay Boat works, numbered 80 teams and anglers were ranked based upon total inches of fish landed.

Anglers had to battle spooky red fish, cloudy skies and winds in excess of 13 knots for a majority of the day.

The runner up team of Fred Hannon and Justin Cauffman of team Conch Republic, finished the day 73-inches of fish. The Carbon Marine team of Joe Welbourn and Dave Preston finished No. 3, with  just over 71 inches.

For information on this tournament, and the 2014 edition, check out Saltyshores.com.

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