Billy Carr Tourney This Weekend

by | Sep 12, 2016 | Fishing Clubs

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The Billy Carr Midnight Madness Striper Tourney is this coming weekend.

Boat and surf divisions are available at $50 per angler.

Boat division is one night only, Saturday from 6pm to Sunday at 7am. The surf division is Friday from 6pm to 7am Sunday.

Don’t Miss It!

Register at Snug Harbor Marina in South Kingstown

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