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The Annual Gone Pecan Fishing Rodeo was established to promote the cultural offerings of Pecan Island, to enhance and develop camaraderie within the community, to support a local charity and have a good time. This year’s rodeo benefits Maddie’s Footprints. As a philanthropic event, Gone Pecan Fishing Rodeo will raise proceeds to assist Maddie’s Footprints in fulfilling their mission of providing support to families coping with miscarriages, stillbirths or the loss of an infant. For more information visit.. gonepecan.org or call 337-235-7770.

April 08, 2014 at 10:42am

The Annual Gone Pecan Fishing Rodeo was established to promote the cultural offerings of Pecan Island, to enhance and develop camaraderie within the community, to support a local charity and have a good time. This year’s rodeo benefits Maddie’s Footprints. As a philanthropic event, Gone Pecan Fishing Rodeo will raise proceeds to assist Maddie’s Footprints in fulfilling their mission of providing support to families coping with miscarriages, stillbirths or the loss of an infant.
For more information visit.. gonepecan.org or call 337-235-7770

April 08, 2014 at 10:40am

The 1st Annual Gone Pecan Fishing Rodeo was established to promote the cultural offerings of Pecan Island, to enhance and develop camaraderie within the community, to support a local charity and to have a good time. This year’s rodeo benefits Maddie’s Footprints. As a philanthropic event, Gone Pecan Fishing Rodeo will raise proceeds to assist Maddie’s Footprints in fulfilling their mission of providing support to families coping with miscarriages, stillbirths or the loss of an infant.

Fishing will start Friday, August 24th at 6:00am. Weigh in will be from 12:00pm till 6:30pm on August 25th at the Acadiana Marina in Pecan Island, LA

Visit our website www.gonepecan.org for more info, divisions and rules or call Carla at 337-235-7770 carla@keatyrealestate.com

Door prizes will be given away at the weigh-in. $10,000 for the person that catches the Louisiana record beating redfish
and another $10,000.00 prize for the person that catches the Louisiana record beating mangrove snapper. The fish must be caught on a rod and reel. See website for specific rules and guidelines.

August 08, 2012 at 3:24pm
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