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Golden Triangle Fishing Club

3109 Samara Drive Tampa, FL 33618
CLUB meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 P. M. at Bill Currie Ford 5815 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33614
CONTACTS: Richard Steinmetz, President Tel, (813) 935-3293
Tom Conway, Programs Director Tel. (813) 831-0729
GENERAL COMMENTS: A friendly family fishing club with local and out of town funaments/tournaments scheduled through out the year including two family picnics and one club banquet. PUBLIC WELCOME

Old Salt Fishing Club

7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month (January-November) at the
American Legion Hall 600 American Legion Drive, Madeira Beach.
Hotline: (727) 497-1060

Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Club

P.O.Box 692
Brandon, FL 33509-0692
Meetings, first Wednesday of the month, 6:00 p.m. Compton Park Recreation Center, Tampa Palms, Tampa
Our website: Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Club

South Shore Anglers at Little Harbor

Boater Safety
· Inform Fisherman of Florida Fishing Laws and Regulations.
· Keep Fisherman up to date on new fishing baits and equipment.
· Camaraderie and Sportsmanship
Contact: Tiger Hoffman, 510 Ole Plantation Dr., Brandon, FL 33511,
Phone: 813.629.2479, Email

O’Brien’s Fishing Club

Meetings: 2nd Thursday of every month at 7:00PM & Location: O’Brien’s Pub, 15435 N.Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa FL, 33618
Captain Mike Murray (813) 918-5183 Email:
General Comments: Stay informed about safety, regulations, saltwater fishing hints and tips, what’s biting, plus tournaments throughout the year.
Online: and

O’Brien’s Fishing Club – Brandon

701 W Lumsden Road Brandon, FL 33511
We Meet 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7pm
Contact: President Gene Hales (813) 924-5535 Email: Vise
President Chuck Perry (813) 454-7505 Email:

Online: and

The Florida Fly Fishers

The Florida Fly Fishers is a family oriented club that promotes the art of fly fishing to men, women and children of all ages.
Our meetings involve informative programs on all types of fly fishing topics along with fly casting and fly tying instruction. With our primary goal of having fun and enjoying the camaraderie of others that love the sport of fly fishing we also are involved with the conservation of our shorelines, waterways and fisheries.
Our meetings are the second Thursday of each month from 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. at Bill Jackson Shop For Adventure located at 9501 US 19 N. Pinellas Park, Florida. On the following Saturday after our monthly meeting we have a club fishing outing at different areas around the Tampa Bay area, at both salt and fresh water locations.
For more information regarding the Florida Fly Fishers please contact:

Captain Bob Dake at e-mail address or

call the fishing department at Bill Jackson Shop For Adventure at (727) 576-4169

Reel Friends Fishing Club

Sponsored by Presbyterian Church of Palm Harbor
Meets: 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00pm at Presbyterian Church of Palm Harbor,
2021 Nebraska Ave. Palm Harbor, FL 34683 Call: 727-784-7274
Usually a speaker/program each month and 5-6 family fishing events a year

St Joseph Sound Anglers Club

Meetings are the third Tuesday of every month Dues for the 2010 season is only $10.00!
President David Wolf 727-239-3550
Vice President Wendell Akins, 727-785-3018
Web site:
Raffles, door prizes, Beer and Soda for sale at every meeting. Exciting and informative guest speakers on fishing and related subjects every meeting.
Fishing Tournaments every month starting in January. $ 10 to sign up for each tournament. Cash pay outs.
Enjoy the fun of being with fellow fisherman and learning how to fish better.
Meetings are held at Crystal Beach Community Center, 517 Crystal Beach Ave, Off Alt 19, South one block from Alderman. Turn right at Emily’s Restaurant. Look for meeting signs.
Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you there.

The Fish-On Club of New Port Richey

The club was formed to promote the social gathering of local fishing enthusiasts. We mainly fish the Gulf Flats with some members going off shore. We promote good sportsmanship, conservation, fellowship and the mutual exchange of ideas to further the angling experience.

Our “Wish to Fish” program allows the Big brothers and Big Sisters of Pasco County and the Joshua House Children from Lutz to enjoy a Free full day of fishing aboard the Charter Boat Miss Virginia.

Community involvement includes assisting the local YMCA with their Kids Fishing Tournament as well as officiating at their annual Pro-Am Fishing Tournament held at Catches restaurant. We help the VFW and Holiday Rec Center with the annual Kids Fishing Day at Anclote Pier. Quarterly we clean up our adopted section of Main Street in downtown New Port Richey.

The club holds several tournaments a year with cash pay outs and two Picnics a year at local parks. We also hold an After the Holidays Party with great food, camaraderie, and a Chinese Gift Exchange.
We meet the FIRST Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm at at the Gulf Landings Clubhouse at 6035 Barefoot Court, New Port Richey, Fl. Early arrival is suggested. New members are encouraged to attend and the public is invited.

Club President Chet Jasak (727) 816-8991

North Tampa Bass Club

The North Tampa Bass Club is a fun club for the novice and serious Bass Fisherman. We are always welcoming new members.
We meet the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm at Beef O’Brady’s on Fowler Avenue, just east of the USF Sun Dome in Tampa.

If you are interested in joining the best Bass Club in Florida, contact President: John Scott (813) 662-1451 or email: Or go to our web site at
We are looking forward to seeing you at our next club meeting.

Don’t forget to bring a friend!!

Lakewood Ranch Anglers Club

Meet the first Tuesday at Lakewood Ranch Town Hall, 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Members like to fish both salt and fresh water. Yearly project is the Lakewood Ranch Youth Tournament, a catch and release bass tournament on a Ranch Lake. Open to all kids that like to fish, over 100 participants last year. Member ship open to all residents of Lakewood Ranch but 30% can be nonresidents. Contact President Red Bailey, for more information

The Adventurous Woman

The only Tampa Bay area club just for ladies who love outdoor adventure! Fishing, Camping, Kayaking, Hikes, and more for women of all skill levels. We meet the 3rd Wednesday of every month at Bill Jackson’s Shop for Adventure, beginning at 6:30PM. Our meetings feature local captains, outdoor enthusiasts and equipment specialists who share their expertise on a variety of topics. Club members gather for weekend outings and tournament fishing throughout the year. Special events include a weekend camping, kayaking and fishing trip at Ft DeSoto. Fun, Fellowship and new experiences await you!

The Adventurous Woman – engaging women in the great outdoors!

Web site:
For more information, email

Plant City Reel Simple Fishing Club

Meetings held 2nd Monday of every month 7pm at O’Brien’s Restaurant of Plant City: 813 764 8818

Captain Jon Bull:
Captain Jeremy Heimes:
Captain Sean Hagan:

Polk County Bass and Snook Club

The club will have four Snook and eight Bass tournaments in 2008.
We fish for fun and some friendly competition.

Visit the club web site at
or call Mike Howell at 863-646-2481

Gainesville Offshore Fishing Club

Mailing Address:
4300 NW 23rd Avenue
Suite 123
Gainesville, Fl 32607
Contact: Tommy Thompson (352) 284-1763

The Hernando County Fishing Club

provides a forum for people to get together and exchange ideas. The club arranges fresh and saltwater fishing trips at discount prices, group outings at fishing piers and other facilities, seminars on fishing techniques, and other events. But, most important, the club provides a friendly atmosphere for people with a common interest to meet.

For more information, please see our website at

Nature Coast Kayak Fishers

For more information, please see our website at

Contact: Gary Rankel, Citrus Hills, Florida,

The Suncoast Fly Fishers

is the Premier Fly Fishing Club in all of Pinellas County, Florida. Where else can you join a club of the nicest people who love to fly fish, tie flies, spin a few “tails”, and are more then happy to show you how to get into this enjoyable adventure called fly fishing. The club meets the third Thursday of every month, except December, at Walter Fuller Park located at 7891 26th Ave. N, St. Petersburg. Tying and casting is from 6:30- 7:30, and the general meeting is from 7:30 to 8:30. There is a club sponsored outing, with lunch provided, the Saturday following the meeting.

Web site:

Sarasota Sportfishing Anglers Club

Meets 1st Tuesday of the month at: Bee Ridge Park – 730PM (corner of Lockwood Ridge & Wilkinson)

President: Terry Argue – 320 2613

Upcoming tournament:
Islamorada – Sarasota Shootout Sept. 7-9
Info: Jim GIllespie – 966-1150

Mangrove Coast Fly Fishers

The Mangrove Coast Fly Fishers
P. O. Box 3792 Sarasota, Fl 34230-3792

The MCFF is a large, very active fly fishing club covering the three county area of Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte counties. Our club holds bi-monthly outings for fly tying, saltwater fishing and fresh water fishing. As an active community member, we provide cash grants for students from our area advancing to higher degrees in fisheries biology, environmental science, etc.
Our monthly meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday each month at Bee Ridge Park ( corner of Lockwood Ridge Rd. and Wilkinson Rd.) in Sarasota. All are welcome. Speakers include Norm Ziegler, John Kuminski, Dr. Aaron Adams and more.

Venice Pier Island Anglers

Here at The Island Anglers, we promote team work, coupled with an experience in learning the Art of Fishing while becoming focused on our surroundings. Our primary function is to mentor our younger members in self-esteem and worth. It’s not just about fishing! It is about forming bonds and friendships to last a lifetime. Our primary focus is to help at risk youth and all those in need using fishing as our common bond or tool to aid us along the way.

The Island Anglers are tutoring people in the fine arts of fishing — Wither it be a snook on a cane, to Bull Sharks on 30 pound test; it will be a treasure to remember for a lifetime. Come join us out on The Venice Pier and see just how big of a moment you will catch for a lifetime! – “Positive Mentoring Through Fishing”

For more information. go to

Charlotte Harbor Fly Fishers

Charlotte Harbor Fly Fishers (CHFF) is a group of men and women who enjoy casting their lines in one of SW Florida’s best all-around fisheries.

We have been meeting for over four years. We have regular outings and gatherings.
We fish together and separately. Then we gather to tell stories and pass along information.
We invite anyone interested in fly fishing, from novices to experts to attend one of our meetings.
We have no membership dues or fees, other than a $2.00 charge to cover monthly room rental.

Contact Person: Tom Johnson

Cape Coral Bass Club

Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at the Moose Lodge #2395, 419 Cape Coral Parkway E, Cape Coral starting at 7:30 p.m. promptly. We have a 50/50 drawing at each meeting and club sponsors donate items to be raffled at each meeting.

Family membership is $40 annually. Single membership is $25 annually. We offer a Team Trail that is a four-tournament trail. We also offer a Mini-Bucks competition. These two events pay 100% back to the members.

Tournaments are open to the general public. You must have a boat that conforms to Coast Guard standards and all boats must have working live wells.
Each active club member earns points for attending the meetings. Boat numbers will be drawn at the meeting for those who pre-registered at the meeting. If you do not
pre-register at the meeting, there is an extra $5 charge due at the ramp on the day of the tournament. The extra charge does not apply to the open tournaments.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Club President:
Jim Lewis at (239) 945-7188

Florida Cracker Bass Club. Naples, Florida

Club President – John Newberry 1-239-289-1696
Vice President – Jose Fidalgo 1-239-774-5324

The Florida Cracker Bass Club meets on the Tuesday prior to each tournament at the VFW on the corner of Pine Ridge Road and CR951 in Naples at 7:00PM. We also have ‘Buddy Tournaments” and “Kid’s Tournaments” on given dates.
The Florida Cracker Bass Club was founded in 1989 and significantly expanded in 1993 by merging with the Golden Gate Bass Club. Although we started by having 6 tournaments each year at Lake Okeechobee, we now have 12 tournaments per year at many lakes in the state.

Our club website is:

Port Hudson Fishing Club

meets the first Tuesday of each month at Dee’s Steak and Seafood (on Denton Ave. in Hudson) 7:00 P.M. We currently have 52 active members.

President – Henry Fortier ,

  • Vice President Emil Tuch Email contact,
  • Vice President Emil Tuch:

South Pasco Bassmasters

Tournaments are the third Saturday of the month and the meetings on the previous Tuesday

The meetings are at:

Beef O Brady’s
8816 North Himes Ave.
(The corner of Busch and Himes)

President -Al Rodriques Sr. at-(727)-434-2006
Tournament director- Tony Office at-(1-813)-662-7663

Thank you
John Medvid
South Pasco Bassmasters

Nature Coast Anglers

The club is located at the, Homosassa Civic Club, 10974 W. Creek Lane, Homosassa, FL 34448

Web Site:

Reel Anglers Fishing Club

A friendly club that welcomes new members with the express purpose of fun and fellowship through fishing .

We welcome those that want to learn to fish this area and to exchange information about fishing .
We have both inshore and offshore events and monthly speakers at our meetings . We have a family picnic and a family Xmas/holiday party .
We meet the second Monday of each month at 8:00 AM at Beatnix Rest. 1341 SE 47 Terr. Cape Coral .

Our website is at
Our president is Don Nelson and our club contact is Joe Paradise –

The Southwest Anglers Club (SWAC)

For over 25 years, SWAC has been helping its members catch more fish.
Come join us to make new friends interested in fishing.

Club Meeting Held at 7:00 PM on the 3rd. Tues.of the Month at Rotary Park Environmental Center, 5505 Rose Garden Rd.Cape Coral,FL 33914
Pres: Louis Colameco E-mail
Membership Joe Passalacqua E-mail


  • Foster member fellowship
  • Educate members in local saltwater fishing
  • Host fishing tournament
  • Promote recreational fishing in Lee County
  • Support fishing conservation

Monthly meeting with “how to” clinics, fishing reports, and speakers
Sportsman & Sportswoman of the Year Tournament
“Fish of the Month” Tournament
Annual Club Auction
Fall Picnic
Christmas Party
Annual Club Banquet
Charter Boat Trips
Glen Pace Trout Tournament

Backcountry Flyfishing Association- Orlando

The Backcountry Flyfishing Association meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:30 pm in the Festival Bay meeting room next to Bass Pro Shops – Outdoor World Orlando.
Our meetings include guest speakers, seminars, and the occasional fly-tying day. Meetings are free and guests are always welcome.

Outdoor World provides each member with a voucher good for 15% off purchases made the evening of our meetings.

Central Florida Offshore Fishing Club

Club meets the last Tuesday of each month from March through September. The Club meets at 7:00 pm at the VFW Hall on the north side of Mulberry. First meeting of the new year is March 26. Club sponsors one banquet and six tournaments per year. Two on the west coast and four on the east coast. The Club is family oriented and dedicated to the safe use of the offshore waters and conservation of the fishery.

President: Capt. Al Wilcox 813-684-4559
Tournament Director: Larry Sweeny 863-644-7528

Central Florida Offshore Anglers

Club Meetings are the second Monday of each month from 7 to 9 PM at Dubsdread Golf Course.
Dubsdread is located on Par Avenue a little over a mile west of Interstate-4

The South Florida Fishing Club

Where do we meet?

Tony Roma’s
18050 Collins Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL

When do we meet?
1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM

The South Florida Fishing Club is a family organization dedicated to the education of recreational anglers and to the promotion of good sportsmanship, fellowship, improved angling skills, education and support of conservation in both practice and contribution.
We are your friends and neighbors. The SFFC is dedicated to fishing with conservation, and we enjoy a high visibility in the community as a result of our activities. Our club has participated in Baywatch water quality programs, restocking of redfish in Biscayne Bay, catch and release tournaments and many other functions to promote and encourage people of all ages to enjoy the outdoors in a safe, responsible manner.

Contact: Laura Piergrossi – Email:
Web site:

South Florida Fly Fishing Club –

we are an FFF and TU affiliate.


Contact person:

Cindy Russell
Alters Boldt Brown Rash & Culmo, P.A.

South Florida Flats Anglers

Club meets the first Tuesday of each month at Surf and Yacht Club; 2 Palm Ave.; Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. The current president is Stan Daemer, his phone number is 954-971-0767.

We actively look for new members who share our love and encourage anyone to come. We usually have speakers at each meeting, normally publicized in the Sun Sentinel–or call the president for info.

See our website at

South Florida Bass Fishing Club of Boca Raton

Grab Your Gear And Join Us!!

Just go to – click on the Bass and come on in.
One of South Florida’s oldest Bass fishing clubs. Great Club!

South Dade Anglers

A Family oriented club, promoting the sport for 35 years !

Members meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month.
14035 S.W. 142 Ave.
Miami Fl 33186

For more info visit our website

Citrus Bassmasters We are a small club that has been re-structured and are sanctioned by B.A.S.S. However, you do not need to be a member of B.A.S.S. to compete at the club level. We meet the second Tuesday of each month in Inverness and fish the following Sunday. We’re looking for both boater and non boater members to bolster our membership. Contact Mike at 352.568.3089 or eMail at

The Hollywood Hills Swordfish Science and Social Club (HHSSSC)

is a free club that encourages collaboration between oceanographers, fishery scientists. recreational and commercial fisherman to increase our understanding of the distribution and behavior of swordfish. This is being accomplished through satellite tagging, seminars, and social events.

Please email Professor Arthur J Mariano at: to get added to the mailing list for our bimonthly events.

Tri-County Fly Fishers (Lake, Marion and Sumter Counties)

This Club is made up of members from rank beginners to those with 50+ years experience with fly fishing. Membership is drawn from permanent and seasonal residents of the Florida counties of Lake, Marion and Sumter.. Fishing interests range from bluegills and bass to redfish and tarpon, with an occasional rainbow trout from up north thrown in. Activities include monthly fresh and salt water fishing excursions and fly tying classes. The regularly scheduled monthly meetings are the First Wednesday Breakfast and the 3rd Wednesday Evening Meeting, all in the Lady Lake area. Beginners welcomed.

Website: Tri-County Fly Fishers
Email contact:

Inshore Saltwater Angler – Jacksonville, Florida.

Web site is
Inshore Saltwater Anglers (ISA) conducts catch and release fishing tournaments, family activities and fishing outings. Our community involvement activities include: participating in programs to protect our environment, conducting fishing seminars and teaching children about the joys of fishing.

The club holds a monthly meeting the first Monday of each month at 7:00 PM. We always try to provide fellowship for the entire family. Each month we feature guest speakers, ranging from local veteran anglers and guides, to state officials providing important and interesting information about fishing.

President’s Wilbur Hicks 904-777-1807,
Vice Pres. Mark Spurell, 904-786-7983.

The HardCore Kayak Anglers Club

is based around avid anglers that have chosen a kayak as their main method of fishing. The goal for this club is to have fun, catch fish, and become the best anglers possible ! Our main chapter is based in Pinellas County, FL. We also have a South Florida chapter and a chapter based in the U.K. There are no annual dues or sign up fees.
We help to preserve our local fishing resources through conservation, “catch and release”, and re-nourishment/ clean-up efforts. We are very active in our fishing community. The club participates in many local tournaments and hosts a 6-event tournament series annually.
If you love Kayak fishing and would like to join this fun kayak fishing club, visit us at It does not matter where you live or fish. If you have the passion to fish, you’re HARDCORE already!!
Russ Caipen, President Web address:

The Fishing Club at USF

Outcasts Bass Club
Club Website

About the Club: •Two man team format (5 bass limit) •Choose your own partner •100% payback for all tournaments •30 Team maximum membership •10 tournaments per year •2 day “Classic” in November each year •Our emphasis is on fellowship and good sportsmanship •No monthly meeting hassle

Registration and Tournament Fees: •Annual dues – $70 per team •Tournament fee – $60 per team includes Big Bass •Annual “Big Bass “pot- $10 per team per year (optional)