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IGFA Inshore Championship Day 3 notes

Updated: July 9, 2009, 8:02 PM ET
By Doug Grassian and Steve Waters | ESPNOutdoors.com

ISLAMORADA, Fla. — The Islamorada-based Fishing and Conservation Trust (IFACT), a public charity that exists to support and encourage conservation projects, churned out some positive results this week at the Florida Keys Outfitters IGFA Inshore World Championship. Two young anglers, Nick Cardella and Jacob Raskub, are products of the organization's stewardship program. Cardella has a strong showing in the lightweight tackle division while Raskub took top honors in the fly category.

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