The inaugural Fish Like MADD tournament raised over $10,000 to support victims of impaired driving
In April, Southwest Florida anglers took to the Lee County waters to participate in Mothers Against Drunk Driving of Southwest Florida's inaugural "Fish Like MADD" Tournament. The tournament was hosted to honor Dylan Gonzalez, who tragically lost his life when struck by an underage and impaired captain in June of 2016.
"For our inaugural event, we were moved to see the support from nearly 100 anglers, dozens of community sponsors, while SWFL honored Dylan's life in an impactful way,” said Lori Burke, MADD SWFL’s executive director. Thirty-six teams participated, with a total of 95 individual anglers, 15 sponsors, which contributed to significant donations in support of the MADD SWFL mission. Learn more.