Meet Fishing Pro Josh Jorgensen at the Metro Boat Show Sept. 17 & 18

Attendees at the Metro Boat Show on September 17 and 18 will have a chance to meet Pro Fisherman Josh Jorgensen and have the chance to win a free fishing trip.

Jorgensen grew up in Windsor, Ontario fishing on the Great Lakes for bass, muskie, pike and other freshwater species. He has been fishing since the age of three and his passion continues to grow. In 2003, Josh was introduced to the world of saltwater fishing. He was hooked! In 2011, he moved to Florida, where he now resides.

He is the founder and director of the "Blacktip Challenge", the largest surf fishing tournament held in Florida. Anglers travel from all over the world to participate in the Blacktip Challenge.

Jorgensen's fishing adventures have been featured in numerous media articles and TV shows, including CNN, CBS, Shark Week, How to Do Florida, Spiegel TV, Living Magazine, Sun Sentinel, and many more.

The 7th Annual Metro Boat Show takes place at Lake St. Clair Metropark September 15-18 and is managed and hosted by the Michigan Boating Industries Association.  For more information, visit the Metro Boat Show website at www.metroboatshow.net

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