Fishing Clubs and Organizations
Fishing Clubs and Organizations are a great way
for individuals to stay involved in the sport while off the water. Good fellowship,
fine tune your fishing skills and techniques, are just few of the benefits you
Featured Fishing Clubs & Orgs.
Cape Coral Tarpon Hunters
Cape Coral Tarpon Hunters Club is a friendly, family oriented group which is focused on fishing the Caloosahatchee River, Pine Island Sound and the Gulf. 2011 marked 40 years of action. The club meets the third Thursday of each month from February through September at the Cape Coral Yacht Club. The February meeting is a Tarpon fishing clinic. Our banquet in October celebrates the most releases of Tarpon over 50 lbs. in several categories. More...
Bassmasters of South Florida
One of the oldest clubs in the South Florida, they are currently adding new members.
So, if you're looking for a club to join, visit our web site and see the Contacts
page. Boaters and non-boaters are welcome to come join the fun and activities.
They are also hosts of the Gambler Baits Open Bass Tournament
First Coast Fly Fishers
Our purpose is to promote fly-fishing as the most enjoyable sportsmanlike method
of fishing. We educate and help our members acquire and practice the best techniques
of fly fishing, fly tying, casting and other related subjects. We practice conservation
and preservation of our natural resources. We have an ongoing junior program that
also meets monthly. More...
Flygirls is a fly fishing organization promoting the involvement of women in the
field of fly fishing. We hold events such as fishing trips, outings, fly tying
seminars and other activities of interest to women in the field of fly fishing.
Gulf Coast Anglers Sport Fishing Club
Come and join local anglers for friendly competitive fun, make new friends and learn new methods and techniques to help boost your catch levels in both size and quantity!! We are a new saltwater fishing club situated in the North Tampa, Florida area and we are looking for seasoned anglers, novices, families and newcomers to the sport to come join us. All are welcome!!
MOC is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization with approximately 450 members
and a fleet of 350 powerboats. They are located in the picturesque Watson Island
area on the north side of MacArthur Causeway and have immediate access to the
Atlantic Ocean. The goal of the MOC is to enhance it's members boating experiences
through a wide range of social and educational activities. More...
Port Hudson Fishing Club
The Port Hudson Fishing Club is a family oriented club. We have annual tournaments and an annual kids tournament where we teach handicapped children how to fish and we give them rod and reels in hope of increasing their fishing awareness and interest. Our club meets monthly and our main focus is on Saltwater fishing from Dunedin to Homosassa Florida. We hold several members tournaments per year and we are proud sponsors of the Angelus House, which is a home for physically challenged children and adults. More...
Shake-A-Leg Miami (SALM)
Shake-A-Leg Miami is a non profit organization that was started as a sailing program for the disabled. Over the years it has evolved into a watersports center, including programs for children as well. We recently added a program that enables vetrans to get out on the water and sail, kayak, swim and fish. We also recently started getting involved in fishing tournaments. Our goal is to have an all disabled adult team, a youth disabled team, and a veterans team. More...
South Florida Fishing Club
The South Florida Fishing Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at a local restaurant for dinner & presentation by professional fishing captain or noted person of interest in the sportfishing industry. Meetings generally held in the North Miami Beach area. For more info please contact the club President Barry Schugar at (305) 975-9094, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southwest Florida Kayak Angler's Association
The SWFKAA was created by kayak anglers for kayak anglers. Members can use the forums to meet new fishing partners or show off their catch, plan events such as tournaments or to exchange good fishing areas, or simply exchange ideas on rigging or gear. More...
Stuart Sailfish Club Inc.
One of the oldest fishing clubs in the nation, the Stuart Sailfish Club was formed in the mid 1930’s and incorporated in 1941. Based on a legacy of conservation, education and comradery, the Stuart Sailfish Club emphasizes activities supporting the marine industry. A family friendly fishing club with 4-5 offshore fishing tournaments a year, occasional flotilla’s and general meetings the fourth Friday of the month featuring speakers and activities related to fishing. SSC provides support to local and national fishing and conservation groups as well as 5 scholarships per year to graduating high school seniors pursuing marine and conservation related studies. Open membership. More...
Tropical Anglers Club
Tropical Anglers Club was founded in 1953 and has clearly withstood the test of time. Over the years we have contributed greatly to refinements in flats, backcountry, inshore, and offshore angling. We were the first to perfect the art of deep-jigging the reefs of south Florida. We take conservation and preservation seriously. Our regular meetings take place every Tuesday night in our clubhouse at 6720 SW 39 Terrace, Miami, FL. Once a month, we hold a steak dinner meeting that includes family and guests. Most meetings include an informative program with a well-known guest speaker and a weekly raffle with top quality prizes. We also hold regular club outings with destinations throughout South Florida and The Keys. Boat ownership is not mandatory. More...