The Department of Tourism, Region 2 welcomes the Silverjack Anglers Club During their Gamefishing Tournament
The Department of Tourism, Region 2, proudly welcomes the esteemed members of the Silverjack Anglers Club as they gather for their highly anticipated Gamefishing Tournament in Santa Ana, Cagayan. Recognizing the tournament’s potential to showcase the region’s abundant fishing resources and captivating landscapes, the Department of Tourism, Region 2, has graciously extended their hosting and reception to the club during this exciting event.
The Silverjack Anglers Club, known for its commitment to promoting responsible fishing practices and fostering a love for the sport, has organized a captivating Gamefishing Tournament set to take place amidst the natural splendor of Santa Ana Cagayan. From July 8th to 10th, 2023, avid anglers and fishing enthusiasts will come together to compete, celebrate, and forge lasting memories.
“We are honored to extend a warm welcome to the members of the Silverjack Anglers Club,” said Troy Alexander Miano, Director of the Department of Tourism, Region 2.
“Santa Ana Cagayan is a hidden gem, boasting breathtaking coastlines and diverse marine life. We believe that hosting this esteemed tournament not only promotes sustainable fishing practices but also highlights the remarkable natural beauty and tourism potential of our region” the Director added.
The Gamefishing Tournament organized by the Silverjack Anglers Club will feature thrilling competition across various categories to cater to anglers of all skill levels. Participants will have the chance to showcase their angling prowess and compete for prestigious prizes in categories such as the largest catch by weight, the most fish caught, and the longest catch. With a focus on responsible angling practices, the tournament encourages a catch-and-release approach to preserve the marine ecosystem and ensure the sustainability of fish populations.
This collaboration serves as a testament to the shared commitment to responsible fishing practices, environmental conservation, and the promotion of tourism in the region.