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February 20, 2019
February 25, 2019
202 Fifth Street
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October 28, 2018, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ North Beach, Tybee Island.
Tournament Rules are as follows:
1)Live, frozen, dead & Artificial baits are allowed
2)Location: Northbeach, Tybee Island
3)This is a CPR (catch,photo,release) event so contestants must have their fish measured by an official then safely released
4)Anglers must have current Georgia Saltwater Fishing License
5)Winner is determined by longest Redfish (Tie breaker goes toward the fish with the most spots)
6) 2 Pole Limit
Bonus Prize for Smallest Redfish
Calcutta/Added Entry - Largest Bluefish of Tournament
In addition to our regular prize money, any angler 18 years of age or older registered in the tournament may enter this level for $10.00. 100% of the monies collected will be paid back to the Largest Bluefish in
This is a CPR event so we will recommend that only circle hooks will be allowed if using live or cut bait.
October 28, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Tybee Post Theater
OK, Tybee, this one’s for you! We’re screening the independent horror flick filmed entirely on Tybee in 1982, “Slayer!” It was also released under the name “Nightmare Island,” in some locations.
We love it because the Tybee Post Theater, in its most decrepit state ever, stars as the primary location in the film. It’s the story of four young people vacationing on a barren island. One of them, a female artist, has dreams that depict ghastly murders. Sure enough, the fun begins when her boyfriend is found dead.
We screened this screamer last year when the filmmakers came to town to film B-matter for a documentary. And now we've decided "The Slayer" needs to be our annual Halloween tradition. If you were here in the early 80s, you don’t want to miss it. And if you weren’t, but want to truly appreciate the restoration of your Tybee Post Theater, you don’t want to miss it either.