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February 13, 2006

Wanted, Observers

Now is your chance to sign up and learn the techniques and secrets of South Florida's top tournament teams...

Now is your chance to sign up and learn the techniques and secrets of South Florida's top tournament teams by becoming an observer for the Capt. Bob Lewis Boat Center - Yamaha Billfish Challenge.

Observers will play an integral role in helping maintain the integrity of one of South Florida's most prestigious fishing events. The CBLBC is an invitational tournament and is looking for able bodied fishing enthusiasts to observe during the two-day event March 4th and 5th. Observers will be welcomed at the Captain's Kickoff Party on March 2nd for a meeting of their own.

The tournament will provide observers with t-shirts and lunch in appreciation for their time. However, the big payoff comes with the gained knowledge of fishing with the top teams in South Florida.

Last year 76 boats with 319 anglers participated in this two day event in beautiful Miami Beach. The Capt. Bob Lewis Billfish Challenge is a 501 [c] 3, not for profit, Florida Corporation. The tournament goal is to raise money to promote marine conservation and environmental education while improving the health of our youth in south Florida. We have spent over $300,000 on youth related events since incorporation in 1998. Please sign up early to reserve your spot as an observer. Contact Capt. Marty Locke, Executive Director by calling 305-259-7273 or email cntndr31@aol.com for more information. Also, feel free to check out our website cblbc.com.