Corpus Christi Law Enforcement Tournament Raises Money For Charity

The Corpus Christi Law Enforcement Fishing Tournament held August 3 & 4 at Marker 37 will provide cash prizes for the heaviest trout, redfish, and black drum harvested on the day of the tournament.

The tournament meet and greet is scheduled for August 3, 2012 at 5pm and will have live music, a silent auction, door prizes, food and drinks. The tournament will be August 4 from 6am until 3:30pm and cost $75 for a late entry fee or $10 per person to enjoy the event without fishing.

The CCLEFT is an IRS recognized 501 c (3) organization. The tournament has two main goals: an entertaining weekend for Public Safety personnel & their supporters and fund-raising for local non-profits with an emphasis on crime reduction and youth.

Over the years, CCLEFT has given over $40,000 to numerous local charities including, The Fraternal Order of Police “Shop with a Cop” program, The Corpus Christi Police Officers Association “St. Michaels Fund”, Police Athletic League and The Corpus Christi Police Law Enforcement Fishing Tournament Scholarship Fund at Del Mar College. So round-up your friends and family and bring them out to Marker 37 on August 3rd & 4th to help raise money and have a great time while doing it!

Corpus Christi Police Officer John Little organized the annual Corpus Christi Law Enforcement Fishing Tournament