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Registration open for Wolfson Children’s Hospital Bass Tournament

Posted 11/9/23

PALATKA – Wolfson Children’s Hospital Bass Tournament is now accepting registrations for this year’s tournament.

The popular event, which attracted 940 anglers and raised more …

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Registration open for Wolfson Children’s Hospital Bass Tournament


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PALATKA – Wolfson Children’s Hospital Bass Tournament is now accepting registrations for this year’s tournament.

The popular event, which attracted 940 anglers and raised more than $436,000 for the hospital’s Terry Heart Institute, will be from May 16-18 at the Palatka City Docks.

Chris Cercy of Middleburg partnered with Eric Roberts of Jacksonville to finish third overall a year ago with a five-fish aggregate of 21.75 pounds, while Charles and Kelly Moody of Green Cove Springs were third in the Lads and Lasses division at 19.49 pounds.

The 2024 tournament will feature the Lads and Lasses on May 16, VIP and Friends on May 17, and the main event on May 18. More than $48,000 will be awarded.

To register, visit giving.baptistjax.com/event/2024-wolfson-childrens-bass-tournament. The deadline is May 14.

Wolfson also will conduct a raffle for a 2024 21-foot Bullet Boat with a motor – valued at $78,000. Tickets are $20 each. All proceeds from the drawing will help fund new technology for the C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Heart Institute at Wolfson Children’s Hospital.

To enter the bass boat drawing, visit wolfsonbasstournament.com.

Since the first tournament in 1989, the event has raised more than $7 million for Wolfson Children’s and the patients treated there.