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Always in the Game


Joe Neber the President and Owner of Contender Boats founded the company in 1984. An avid saltwater sportsman, Joe has an undeniable passion for fishing and boating, which is evident by his work in resource conservation. The Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida named Joe and Contender the 2016 Conservation Partner of the Year.

Contender One , was the top center console fishing boat in Bluewater Movement’s 2017 Quest for the Crest, capping a long history of successful tournament fishing.

Contender Fishing Boats have been fished in South Florida for over 30 years . With thousands of boats floating along coasts around the country, the product is the best testament to “Performance Through Innovation”.

Despite your fishing level, you’re starting with the unfair advantage of a Contender Fishing Boat . Contenderbuilds22′-39′ boats for fisherman and families on the water. All models 25′ and up are made of three pieces — the hull, liner, and cap. The fiberglassed pieces fit together to build a fishing machine.

Contenders are outfitted with a full suite of Yamaha engine options, custom leaning posts, offshore fishing towers, and array of fishing accessories to make these boats custom fishing machines. Contender Boats are built to fish with a full arsenal of rod holders, outriggers, livewells, transducer, outriggers, GPS, and other variety of other custom sport fishing options. The result is a boat built for to both unparalleled fishability, comfort,range, and speed.

The Contender manufacturing facility is located in Homestead, FL. Service needs are accommodated by a dealer network of ~25outlets throughout the United States.


22 Sport

The All-New Contender 22 Sport sets its focus on family entertaining and cruising without taking away from the fishability that Contender’s are known for.

24 Sport

When you think of a multi-purpose boat, you are picturing the 24 Sport. This boat appeases to family boaters and anglers alike.

28 Sport

The 28S incorporates a host of features that will appeal to serious anglers and pleasure boaters alike.


The 25 Tournament is simply a great all-around boat. And rigged with single or twin Yamaha outboards, you’ll get to where you want to go quickly and efficiently.

The 28 open is based on the first, the original, and what many still consider, the most complete, well designed, 25 in the industry.


30 ST

The 30 ST is the stepped hull upgrade of a classic fishing boat. Speed, efficiency, and fishability make this a great versatile coastal boat.

32 ST

The 32 ST continues to dominate the offshore scene with aggressive lines that tout an elevated level of confidence.

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The 35 ST continues to dominate the offshore scene with aggressive lines that tout an elevated level of confidence.

39 ST

It is the boat true, die-hard fishermen dream of. The boat that has but one reason to exist: to help you catch the kind of fish that win tournaments, plain and simple.







Conditions can change quickly and dramatically in our vast oceans.

When the wind picks up, and the temperature drops, getting home is on everyone’s mind.

That’s why Contender employees and their families spend lots of time in the craft they create.

From top level managers all the way down to the shop floor, there is a shared respect for the gravity of offshore situations that can arise on seemingly perfect days.

This respect goes into every inch of every boat made so that when adverse weather prevails without notice people are confident in our product to get them back to safety comfortably.

From rough days at sea, to the sweet taste of tournament fishing victory…


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Not unlike a fine oil painting or sculpture. Not unlike a rocket. Contender is thoughtfully designed, meticulously crafted, and most of all: born from passion. Each Contender is crafted with aerospace grade composites, meaning biaxial and triaxial cloths, structural core sandwich construction, vinylester resin, and specially formulated gel coats for high gloss, mirror-like finishes. Polyurethane foam is injected into specific areas, insulating ice for days and attenuating sound for stealthiness.


Unlike some mass production boat builders, we at Contender pride ourselves on keeping this experience personal. Your Contender is made for you, with you in mind. You will team with the finest craftsmen in a “hands-on” boat building process. Or not. You choose whether to customize each component of the vessel—from the hull size and power option to the electronics package, livewell rigging, down to the type of stitching on your upholstery, and more.


First time buyers need not be intimidated. Remember it’s not the size of the boat but its motion in the ocean! In either of the smaller Tournament Series or Sport Series models our entry level boats will get novices out on the water and provide an experience that will fuel a hunger for more.


When the mission changes and cruising is on the agenda you can still count on your Contender to get the job done. All models are available with a plethora of comfort options to suit even the most discerning customer. From teak packages, power actuated hatches and coolers, to several forward and rear seating options your Contender will be sure to impress.

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Contender is a Proud Sponsor of the CCA Florida

For more information about CCA click here.

Contender fishing boats are built to fish hard and fish fast. It takes consistency, concentration, and discipline to make it to the victor's circle during high stakes fishing tournaments. Catching trophy tournament winning fish requires a supreme attention to detail. This glory demands your boat is the most prepared, and has the ability to land the big ones when the bite is on.

The best captains know that winning tournaments comes from constant improvement and a little bit of luck. requires preparation, determination, and dedication to the craft. Performance through innovation drives Contender Boats, and the top tournament fishing teams in south Florida and beyond. On tournament day, every second counts, and the attention to detail makes the difference between a legacy of victory, and just another fishing tale ending in heartbreak. The boat matters. The details matter. As a victor in the winner's circle, or as super dad on Saturday... ...with a Contender...You're

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Diabetes Care 2017 Sep; 40 (9): 1139 - 1143. https://doi.org/10.2337/dc16-2442


National surveillance data show a sustained decline in the incidence rate of diagnosed diabetes, which has been heralded as a success in the battle against diabetes in the U.S. In this Perspective, we take a closer look at these data and provide additional insights to help interpret these trends. We examine multiple sources of data on the prevalence and incidence of diabetes in the U.S. as well as data on trends in diabetes risk factors to provide context for these national surveillance findings. Although some of the incidence decline may represent real progress against diabetes, it is likely that there are also nonbiological factors at play, especially changes in diagnostic criteria for diabetes. We present and discuss data that suggest improved detection and changes in screening and diagnostic practices may have resulted in the depletion of the “susceptible population.” Providing this context for the recent declines in new diabetes diagnoses observed in national data is critical to help avoid misinterpretation. We argue that it is premature to declare victory against the epidemic of diabetes in the U.S. and discuss how we might better focus current public health efforts, including a specific emphasis to address prediabetes.

After many years of observing steady increases in diabetes in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published data from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association in 2014 ( 1 ) and updates on their website in 2015 that showed substantial and sustained age-adjusted decreases in diabetes incidence from 2008 to 2014 ( Fig. 1 ). This finding of decreases in the rate of diagnosed diabetes was covered in high-impact venues including The New York Times , CBS News, and other major media outlets ( 2 , 3 ). Surveillance data like those from the NHIS help us identify trends but cannot tell us what biological, behavioral, or clinical patterns are (most) responsible for the trends. Here, we provide analysis and supporting data to help contextualize the observed U.S. incidence trends and we discuss the implications for clinical practice, public health, and policy.

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