Want to thank everyone who came out to support us this year for the sixth annual CNR memorial rockfish tournament. Don’t know that we ever had any better weather or fishing in any of our tournaments so far. Congratulations to Capt. Dubby Lowery on the Anna Lynn with the first place fish, Capt. Jack Frasier on Line Dancer with second place, and Capt. Jeff Pharris with third. We had unbelievable support from the folks in this great community we live in, and especially from our sponsors. Can’t thank Dan and Jeanne Hickie from Smith Point Marina for letting us use there facilities for the weekend, and when you get a chance check out these pics Mrs. Jeanne took from the tournament. It takes a little extra time to sign up for snapfish, but they’re some great pictures, and definitely worth the time. Thanks again everyone, and hope to see ya’ll next year.
Capt. Ryan Rogers
Midnight Sun Fishing Charters
Friday, Nov 20: REGISTRATION AND CAPT MEETING
5-7 PM at SMITH POINT MARINA, Reedville, VA
Saturday Nov 21: Fishing 7AM – 4 PM
Weigh-in at Smith Point Marina or Buzzard Point Marina
Saturday Nov 21: Award Ceremony and Dinner 6PM -….
Dinner, Beverages, Music and Raffle
Fairfield’s Vol Fire Dept, Reedville, VA.
Prizes: Based on combined weight of 2 Fish and minimum of 100 Entries
1st Place – $5,000
2nd Place – $2,500
3rd Place – $1,500
Youth Division – Prize and Award
Irwin Jacobs has stepped down as CEO of Genmar Holdings to avoid a potential conflict of interest as he pursues a purchase of the company.
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In a letter dated Monday, Nov. 9, company president Roger Cloutier says the change was effective Nov. 6.
"Given the circumstances surrounding Genmar as it moves forward in the sale of the company’s business and non-core assets, this change in Mr. Jacobs’ role was made in the best interest of all constituents," Cloutier said.
Cloutier adds that the direction of the company should become clearer in the next few weeks.