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Our next meeting is scheduled for March 4, 2021.  This meeting is a regular meeting.

This is the meeting JUST before our widely famous El Cheapo Sheepshead Tournament, One of the biggest fishing tournaments in the country!   We have Fishermen & Women & Kids coming from as far North as the State of Maine, West from Texas, and South from the Florida Keys!  We will be meeting early at 6:00 PM to put together the Captains Buckets of goodies ( Over 350 ) and then we will have our regular meeting.

YOU are invited to our meetings!  We open the doors at 6:00 PM so you can meet everyone and talk fishing ( What else is there to talk about? )  Then our  dinner starts at 7:00 PM.   We usually have either a Guest Speaker or Fishing related learning activity.  Next we award our “Fish Slips” to everyone that has caught a fish to post on the “Fishing Boards”  All the Boards are wide open as  we are starting our “Fishing Year” for our 62nd year!.  Just about any fish caught can make it to the boards!  Finally we end with a Raffle!

NOTE, all our activities, Fishing Seminars or learning activities are open to the public for no charge, all you have to do is show up!

Seriously plan on being there and bring a friend, they will thank you afterwards . Oh, don’t forget to bring the kids!  Kids are ALWAYS Welcome!

All our meetings are open to all visitors!   We mean this! Come enjoy an evening with people like you, men and ladies that fish and enjoy the outdoors!

The meeting is at our Clubhouse located at the Mayport Boat Ramp. ( Map at the bottom of our Home Page. )

We are a Family friendly club with our number one rule being:   ” Fishing is FUN! “

  Come visit us and maybe win or score some good fishing gear as the Raffle is also open to all!

All our meetings are,  “Don’t miss”  meetings, so don’t miss one! Get off your chair and come on out and have a great evening!  As I like to say, kidnap a friend or neighbor and bring them to the club for a dinner, and good fishing lies. . . .  I mean stories!   They may grumble to begin with, but once they get there they will thank you!

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