‘Mow Money’ Wins Title At Florida Tech Football Offshore Fishing Tournament

By  //  May 22, 2016

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hauled in a 42.62 pound kingfish

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“Mow Money,” above with Florida Tech heah football coach Steve Englehart, laid claim to the Grand Slam title at the second annual Florida Tech Football Offshore Fishing Tournament on Saturday. (Florida Tech image)

Mow Money laid claim to the Grand Slam title at the second annual Florida Tech Football Offshore Fishing Tournament on Saturday.

To take the championship, the boat hauled in a 42.62 pound kingfish, enough to win not only the kingfish category but also the grand slam trophy, awarded to the team that tallies the most weight among all three categories of kingfish, dolphin and wahoo.

Mow money also had the second biggest kingfish haul of the day, bringing home a 29.58 pounder, while strike zone took third with a fish weighing 25.42 pounds.

In the dolphin category, Salt Water Cowboy snagged the title, landing a 31.88 fish. Shady Lady took second with a 22.28 pounder, while Gussie Mae reeled in a dolphin weighing 20.6 pounds.

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No boat landed a single qualifying wahoo, so Waste Knot laid claim to second in the grand slam standings at 34.7 total pounds. While Salt Water Cowboy’s dolphin was enough to take third.

Florida Tech opens the 2016 season on Sept. 3 at Newberry and will compete five times at Florida Tech Panther Stadium during the year.

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