Redbone Celebrity Tournament Series
Redbone ~ Celebrating the Adventurous Lifestyle


Grand Champion Angler- Zack Beardon

Guide to Grand Champion Angler- John Ward


1st Runner-Up Grand Champion Angler- Don Potter

Guide to Runner-Up Grand Champion Angler- Chris Wilson


2nd Runner-Up Grand Champion Angler- Charles Angle

Guide to 1st Runner-Up Grand Champion Angler- John Ward

Celebrity Grand Champion Angler Team- Ron Banks, Rob Mallard, and Mark Nichols

Guide to Celebrity Grand Champion Angler- Reed Simmons


Team Grand Champion Anglers- Charles Angle and Zack Beardon

Guide to Team Grand Champion Anglers- John Ward


Runner-Up Team Grand Champion Anglers- Don Potter and Heather Ackerman

Guide to Runner-Up Team Grand Champion Anglers- Chris Wilson


Spin/Plug Division Champion- Zack Beardon

Guide to Spin/Plug Division Champion- John Ward


Fly Division Champion- Mac McIntosh

Guide to Fly Division Champion- Graham Hegamyer


Lady Angler Division Champion- Heather Ackerman

Guide to Lady Angler Division Champion- Chris Wilson

Most Red Fish Releases- Zack Beardon

Guide to Most Red Fish Releases- John Ward


Most Trout Releases- Steve Bryant

Guide to Most Trout Releases- Brian Garris


Largest Redfish- Russ Parker

Guide to Largest Redfish- Chris Wilson


Largest Trout- Heath Marks

Guide to Largest Trout- Patrick Crawford

Most Spots on One Side of Redfish- David Witt

About the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) is the leading organization devoted to curing and controlling cystic fibrosis (CF), a life shortening genetic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system causing serious complications.

With the support of the CFF, there have been significant advances in CF research and care over the past 50 years. The median survival age has improved from early childhood in the 1950s to 37 years today. Research is currently taking place that suggests it may be possible to actually repair the defective CF gene, which contains misfolded protein. If the research remains on track, these therapies could be ready for FDA approval in 2012. It is believed that this approach to treatment could stop the cascading effects of CF and add decades to the life span of children born with CF today.
The CFF is recognized as one of the most efficient charities in the country, receiving the coveted four-star rating for sound fiscal management from Charity Navigator, the largest charity evaluator in the United States. According to Charity Navigator, the CFF outperforms a majority of nonprofit organizations in America with respect to fiscal management.

After more than 50 years of service, the CFF remains committed to its core mission:  to assure a means to cure and control cystic fibrosis and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease. For more information, visit or call the North Florida CFF office at (904) 733-3560.