Photo & Writing Contest: Summer Fishing

Share Article announces its first annual Summer Fishing photo and writing contest. $200 top prizes for image and words that capture the essence of fishing in summertime. ( ), a leading New England beach vacation and activity web portal, announces its first annual "Summer Fishing" photo and writing contest. Fishermen and their friends are invited to submit pictures (prints or digital) and words (from haiku to essays: 10 words to 1,000) that capture a classic summer fishing experience. Summertime fishing is about simple pleasures: surfcasting at dawn, a kid’s first fish, the big catch and the one that got away.

All entries will be published online at The winner in each category will receive $200 (one writer, one photographer). Three runners-up in each category will each receive $25. Entries will be judged by the editorial staff based on how well they capture the essence of summer fishing. Entries are welcome from any location in the world.

All entries must be received before September 4th, 2006. They can be submitted via email to:

fishing2006 @ or via the online contest form:
There is no limit to the number of entry submissions. Winners will be announced two weeks after the contest ends. is dedicated to providing comprehensive beach information from family beach vacations and rentals to beach activities like fishing, surfing, boating and more. The site is currently expanding coverage beyond Cape Cod to encompass all of New England. currently features a beach directory, vacation rental listings and beach maps, photos and detailed descriptions of all the best beaches on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. More beaches are being added monthly. New England surfcasters and surfers should check out the recently installed Cape Cod Beach surfcam located at Coast Guard Beach. Cape Cod area saltwater charters and tackle shops can also be found in's directory.

Cool off this summer by checking out entries received by during its Winter 2006 surfing photo and writing contest. Brrrrr...


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Mike Marks