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Organizations:

Knee Deep Fishing ClubGo to Knee Deep Fish Club: The place to look for any freshwater info or fishing information in and around Northern New Jersey. The official voice for the best fishing lake in the state, Lake Hopatcong.

 

The Montauk Surfcasters' AssociationMontauk Surfcasters: The MSA is a non-profit 501-3(c) association started in 1985 by a handful of surf fishermen who wanted to have a voice in preserving and protecting the privilege to surf fish at our pristine beaches of the East Coast.  With over 900 members in 14 states as far west as Arizona and south to Florida. Our members are enthusiastic about surf fishing and believe a strong, dedicated organization is the only way to have impact when it comes to policies that affect fishing access, permits, habitat, and the preservation of the striped bass and other migratory species. Meetings of the MSA are held on the first Saturday in May, June, October and November at the schoolhouse across from the St. Theresa's Church in Montauk. M.S.A Spring meeting are held the 3rd Saturday in January and March at the Disabled American Veterans Hall in Islip New York. Members receive a bimonthly newsletter. Although we’re not a fishing club per se and do not hold fishing contests, our membership includes some of the most knowledgeable fishermen on the east coast who are happy to answer questions about surf fishing at Montauk Point.

Salty FlyroddersGo to Salty Flyrodders: The "Salty" Flyrodders of New York, the sole remaining chapter of the original Salty Flyrodders of America, was founded in 1966 by Neil Druger. The club boasts a membership list in excess of 200. Monthly meetings are held at the Queens Botanical Garden in Flushing, NY on the first Monday of each month with the exception of January, July, and September, when they take place on the third Wednesday. Activities range from fly tying sessions to well known guest speakers. The club is also actively involved in marine conservation, fisheries management, and in the all important fight for beach access.

Long Island FlyroddersGo to LI Flyrodders: For fly fishermen and women everywhere. They schedule fishing trips and monthly meetings. A great way to learn about fly fishing.

 

 

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