Rob wins 2016 Summer Slam Series Part 2!

Despite having to contend with rough seas on Saturday, tournament anglers caught some great fish.
By Steve Waters Sun Sentinel August 27th

​​The Extreme Kayak Fishing event out of Pompano Beach featured the biggest fish ever weighed since the tournament trail began in 2011.

​Rob Rodriguez had fun winning the kayak tournament with a kingfish and a wahoo weighing a total of 67.2 pounds. He won $5,000 from Turbo USA as well as a kingfish calcutta worth an additional $1,000.
Carl Slagle of North Carolina was second with a 52.3-pound wahoo to establish an Extreme Kayak Fishing record. He won a Hobie Outback kayak from Nautical Ventures Marine plus $500 for the YakAttack Wahoo Division and a custom wood art award carved by Keylo of Reel Nerve for the heaviest fish. William Centrone won a Hobie Revo kayak from Nautical Ventures for third place with 14.3 pounds. Brandon Nodal was fourth at 13.2 to win $1,000, followed by Carl Torresson at 12.7, Frank Castillo at 10.6, David Gauzins at 10.4, Josh Coffman at 6.5 and Paul McTigue at 6.4. Benny Scoca won the sailfish catch and release division.