Hook & Tackle is pleased to announce the partnership with the new television series, UNFATHOMED with Captain George Gozdz.
Currently filming, the show will offer a whole new perspective to fishing and travel. Hook & Tackle is the official fishing shirt offering full sun protection, quick dry, odor resistance & superior quality.
What a Wonderful time to fish for WAHOO!
It’s simultaneously a fish species and an exclamation derived from their speed. These fish can swim up to 60 mph! What a Thrill!
The Wahoo is the meanest, quickest and largest mackerel in American waters. The Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri) is a dark blue scombrid fish found worldwide in tropical and subtropical seas.
The Siesta Key Crystal Classic Sand Sculpting Festival is known world-wide as the large sand sculpting event, Hosting over 260,000 attendees. In just 24 hours, these the master sculptors all wearing UPF 50+ gear provided by #hookandtackle turn the Sarasota beaches into an art gallery
The Siesta Key Crystal Classic is owned by Siesta Beach Festival, Inc., a 501(c)3, non-profit corporation. The event is produced by the Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce to promote tourism, local businesses, and both ephemeral and visual arts through a collaborative partnership with the community.
Hook & Tackle is proud to partner with our local communities in giving back.
Hook & Tackle has signed up as the official apparel sponsor of the new Unfathomed televsion show featuring captain George Gozdz.
It will have appealing destinations, intriguing personalities and quality fisheries. The show will also portray the outdoor lifestyle , nature conservation and lots of education.
Captain George has worked with Hook & Tackle over the year with Florida Sportsman's Reel Fishing Show.
"This is a great opportunity to work with an amazing and very appealing Captain who attracts a wide range broad audience and an awesome fisherman and host" says Stan Rudman of Hook & Tackle.
For over 22 years Hook & Tackle has been the official apparel sponsor for the Homestead and Daytona events. Bringing together all of the NASCAR race car drivers and team owners to spend a morning on the race track infield lake fishing for bass.
Money raised goes to The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis is considered the premier investigative research program targeting and investigating spinal cord and brain injuries.
The event started by driver Darrell Gwyn who himself was injured in a race accident and has been wheel chair bound since, but with his strength for others and his community, this event has brought many smiles to those in need.
Drivers and participants all look forward to their #hookandtackle #fishingshirts each year! These have become collectors pieces
"We are all about giving back and being personally involved and are committed to working with our community to help others" says Stan Rudman, an owner of the apparel brand.