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  • Fishing for the dream tournament......
    Inshore Slam Tournament Redfish, Trout and Flounder
    When: Saturday 6th of September Captain’s meeting Friday 5th September
    Where: Belle Isle Marina, Georgetown, SC.
    Sponsored by: Georgetown Coastal Adventures and Belle Isle Yacht Club
    Guest host and speaker: Former Atlanta Brave Sid Bream
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    The Outdoor Dream Foundation is a 100% volunteer driven 501C3 based in Anderson, South Carolina with the purpose of granting world class hunting and fishing adventures to children who have been diagnosed with terminal or life-threatening illnesses. Since the spring of 2004 the foundation has provided for over 300 of these special children from across the United States and has developed a special relationship with the three pediatric oncology centers located in South Carolina. The foundation’s success has depended on the help of NFL Hall of Fame Member Larry Csonka, bass fishing legend Hank Parker, former Atlanta Brave Sid Bream, outdoor television show host Mike Hanback, turkey hunting legend Walter Parrott, and Coach Harold Jones. On September 6, 2014 former Atlanta Brave Sid Bream will join Georgetown Coastal Adventures and the Belle Isle Yacht Club for the first Fishing for Dreams Inshore Slam Tournament which will be held in Georgetown, South Carolina. This special event will be held at the Belle Isle Marina and will be followed by an evening celebration dinner and live auction. I would like to offer you a chance to be a sponsor for this wonderful event and extend to you an opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life. Below are the sponsorship opportunities and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Volunteer Coastal Coordinator Nancy Benton at 843-599-9332.

    Diamond Sponsorship-$5,000 (Only One Available)
    Fishing for two with a local guide, former Atlanta Brave Sid Bream & ODF Child
    8 Tickets for Celebration Dinner, Reserved Seating, & Name Recognition

    Platinum Sponsorship-$2,000 (Only Seven Available)
    Fishing for two with a local guide & ODF child/parent
    8 Tickets for Celebration Dinner, Reserved Seating, & Name Recognition

    Gold Sponsorship-$1,000
    8 Tickets for Celebration Dinner, Reserved Seating, & Name Recognition

    Silver Sponsorship-$500
    4 Tickets for Celebration Dinner, Reserved Seating, & Name Recognition

    Bronze Sponsorship-$250
    2 Tickets for Celebration Dinner, Reserved Seating, & Name Recognition

    July 25, 2014 at 10:01am

    On October 16, Tyler Odum took down a real S.C. giant within the wilderness of Colleton County. His trophy buck measured out with a gross score of 163 inches on the nose.

    October 25, 2012 at 1:55pm

    Even with a little extra wind in the leaves, opening day of turkey season just across the northern border was a success. Starting at dawn, the woods exploded with gobbles from every direction. Soon afterwards, Lance Burleson, East Carolina University senior, waylaid his first gobblin' tom in full strut no more than 10 feet from our position nestled in the leaves. Three birds flew off the roost and landed directly behind us at 20 yards, strutting for 20 minutes well within range, but 180 degrees from the direction of Lance's 12 gauge gun barrel. Decoy in front, the three trophy turkeys finally eased through the leaf litter crunching along just a few feet of our location until coming into contact with a full load from Lance's shotgun. Afterwards, we moved to 5 different locations and called in 11 more gobblers and three jakes, but none seemed to want to come any than 50 yards from our position. Great day in the woods with excellent responses from the crack of day until we departed the hunting property at 3:30pm. Birds in the southeastern section of the state are hot!

    April 11, 2011 at 9:28am

    Even with a little extra wind in the leaves, opening day of turkey season was a success. Starting at dawn, the woods exploded with gobbles from every direction. Soon afterwards, Lance Burleson, East Carolina University senior, waylaid his first gobblin' tom in full strut no more than 10 feet from our position nestled in the leaves. Three birds flew off the roost and landed directly behind us at 20 yards, strutting for 20 minutes well within range, but 180 degrees from the direction of Lance's 12 gauge gun barrel. Decoy in front, the three trophy turkeys finally eased through the leaf litter crunching along just a few feet of our location until coming into contact with a full load from Lance's shotgun.

    Afterwards, we moved to 5 different locations and called in 11 more gobblers and three jakes, but none seemed to want to come any than 50 yards from our position. Great day in the woods with excellent responses from the crack of day until we departed the hunting property at 3:30pm.

    Birds in the southeastern section of the state are hot!

    April 09, 2011 at 5:58pm
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