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Hobie Fishing Worlds 6 – Part 1

Huge excitement as 49 anglers from 18 countries around the globe gather for the greatest event in Kayak Fishing, the Hobie Fishing World Championships. This is the sixth time Hobie have organised this event and the location of Leeville near New Orleans is a mecca for kayakers. Over 3 days they will be targeting Redfish, Speckled Trout and Flounder in order to be crowned the Hobie World Champion.

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