Miami Dolphins Fins Weekend

Written By:  Betty Devarona May 15, 2017 at 3:54 pm

Miami Dolphins Fins Weekend

May 19th and 20th, 2017-Rickenbacker Marina

In its 21st year, the Miami Dolphins Fins Weekend Fishing Tournament must be in our top 5 of best events.  Kick starting the weekend is their legendary Captains meeting, which surpasses any we have ever attended!  Follow by their fun-fishing on Saturday.

 

The one day, off-shore tournament features fishing for dolphin (not the kind in uniform), wahoo, kingfish and tuna.  Miami Dolphins players, coaches and alumni participate in the prestigious sport fishing event of the year.  Fishing for unique prizes that are awarded for the largest fish in each category and for the greatest combined weight of eligible fish per boat.

 

Jump starting the dolphin season (Florida Mahi-Mahi) what a great way to start with our “Miami Dolphins”.  With a new venue this year at Miami Marine Stadium I am convinced it will continue to rank amongst “the best of the best”!

 

Packages/Entries start at $1,750 per boat.  100% of the proceeds of the event go to the Miami Dolphins Foundation.  For more information on the event visit Miami Dolphins Fins Weekend.

 

Date: Saturday May 20, 2017
6:30 a.m. – Dockside breakfast
8:00 a.m. – Lines in the water
3:00 p.m. – Lines out of the water
3:30 p.m. – Last weigh-in
5:30 p.m. – Fins Weekend Champions Celebration

Appearances by Dolphins players, coaches, alumni, and cheerleaders. Line and Silent Auction and entertainment.

Here are some pictures from way back, Circa 2008 as we created some amazing memories with the amazing group of people that help put this event together.

Miami Dolphins Fishing Tournament 2008
Julie Sacks, John Bock, Betty De Varona, Michael Mandich & Stan Rudman.
 Miami Dolphins Fishing Tournament 2008
Frank & our dear friend John Bock (Dolphins 1996-2000)
Miami Dolphins Hangover Clinic Castronovo
Betty & Paul Castronovo…best DJ in Florida (sorry to the others), my loyalty rests with him!
Betty with Jimmy Cefalo, her favorite Dolphin from the early 80’s.
Remember to check local regulations at Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission and have your Fishing License up to date.