During our inaugural 2017 season, the previously named Tito’s Handmade Vodka Redfish Series averaged more boats in its first four tournaments than any other redfish series in the entire southeast. Voted the 2017 “Best Redfish Tournament Organization” in the annual “Best of Louisiana Outdoors” awards, the tournament drew in over 164 unique teams along the gulf coast from Texas to Florida, Arkansas, the Carolinas, and all over Louisiana for superior competition and conservation. With your participation, the America’s Redfish Cup presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka will certainly maintain our status as the premier redfish series on the Gulf Coast.
Our mission is to create the premier non-profit redfish tournament series with a purpose. We promote conservation through education and help preserve our fisheries for future generations by tagging and releasing most of the fish caught during the tournament. Our anglers and staff tagged and released over 1,000 redfish during last year's events.
RougeFish Deux, Inc. is a nonprofit, public charitable foundation, tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. Tax ID #81-5268624.
For more information on America's Redfish Cup presented by Tito's Handmade Vodka series please contact Benny Sanchez at email@example.com
America's Redfish Cup Series helps support Wish to Fish Louisiana which is a non-profit organization that offers fishing trips and aquatic education to youth throughout the state. “Wish to Fish Louisiana” was organized with a goal to get kids off the streets, out of the house, away from the TV and video games and into the great outdoors.
ABOUT WISH TO FISH LOUISIANA
It is easy for us to SAY “take your child fishing,” however, due to lack of equipment and other essentials needed for a day on the water, not everyone has the ability to just pack up and take their kids fishing. Therefore, some children may not get the chance to experience the great outdoors. Wish to Fish can give them that chance with emphasis on the importance of conservation and exploration. A day on the water fishing and learning about our natural habitats can afford children the opportunity to feel like they are a part of something. We believe providing and initiating an awareness program for children to become familiar with the outdoors can lead them to be more compassionate about their surroundings. Instead of staying inside watching movies or playing video games these children may WISH to get back to the outdoors time and time again, even if it is only to the waters edge to dip their feet or cast a line.