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Sabine Showdown Fishing Tournament

LSCPA Sabine Showdown Fishing Tournament Saturday, September 14, 2019

The 2020 Sabine Showdown was canceled due to COVID but LSCPA is ready to go for the 2021 event!

The 2021 Sabine Showdown Captain's Dinner will take place on Friday, September 10, with the tournament getting underway on Saturday, September 11.
Watch for updates on this website for the opening of registration and sponsorship opportunities.

2019 Tournament Results | 2019 Photo Gallery

With Senator Carl Parker sitting in the parking lot of the building that carries his name, it was his law firm's fishing team that took home a pocket full of money in the first-ever Sabine Showdown Fishing Tournament at Lamar State College Port Arthur on Saturday afternoon.

Michael Fesco of Sour Lake and Brian Quebedeaux of Port Arthur, fishing for the Parker Law Firm, won first place in the redfish and trout categories to claim $3,000 in prize money. In the redfish category, their two-fish stringer came in at 16.27 pounds, while their two-fish trout stringer was 6.57 pounds. They also first place in the side pot categories of Heaviest Single Trout (3.42 pounds), Most Redfish Spots (11), and Heaviest Stringer, six-fish maximum (26.02 pounds). Fesco and Quebedeaux also grabbed a second-place finish in the Heaviest Single Redfish side pot (8.25 pounds).

Dr. Betty Reynard and Scott Street presenting Parker Law Firm Team with two prize checks for $1500 each.
Parker Law Firm Team

Overall, the tournament offered more than $15,000 in prize money.

The team of Robert Gobert and Rickey Adam, both of Bridge City, won the flounder category, taking home a check for $1,500 after weighing in two fish for a 4.10-pound total. They also won the Heaviest Single Flouder side pot with a weight of 2.57 pounds.

Dr. Betty Reynard and Scott Street presenting Robert Gobert and Rikey Adam with a prize check for $1500.
Robert Gobert and Rickey Adam Team

Team Jordan, made up of Jake and Jeremiah Jordan, won the Heaviest Single Redfish side pot with a 8.92-pound red.

The event, which drew more than 60 teams from across Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana, was a fundraiser for Lamar State College Port Arthur with proceeds providing scholarships, as well as purchasing and maintaining training equipment, along with other campus needs.

The event spanned two days with a Captain’s Dinner, sponsored by Casa Ole’, taking place Friday night featuring fajitas, auctions and plenty of camaraderie to go around. Motiva and Golden Pass served as the title sponsors for the event.

Casa Ole