Fishing Organizations


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Atlantis Anglers Association

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Atlantis Anglers Association
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Long Island’s finest inshore fishing club! We have been helping anglers to get the most out of their fishing for over 32 years!

Lake Erie Chapter of The Federation of Fly Fishers

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Lake Erie Chapter of The Federation of Fly Fishers
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Western New York offers an incredible diversity of fishing opportunities. All fish in all waters describes our area well. In our area we can fly fish 12 months out of the year. Cold water species include rainbow, brown and brook trout and the fall and spring runs of steelhead into the Lake Erie tributaries. Warm water species include small and largemouth bass, pike and muskellunge and even carp. Western New York is a great area for a fly fisherman! So help promote the sport you love and the fisheries that help make it so great to live here. Join the Lake Erie Chapter of the Federation of Flyfishers.

Bayside Anglers Group Ltd.

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Bayside Anglers Group Ltd.
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Our goal is to promote safe, effective, and environmentally sound recreational fishing practices. We share our knowledge to become better fisherman and offer our expertise to the public through various community outreach events.

Adirondack Bass Club

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Adirondack Bass Club
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The Adirondack Bass Club is a highly competitive bass tournament fishing club. Our club is made up of area residents who enjoy and wish to learn more about competitive angling. We are also very dedicated to our area youth, conservation and preserving our natural resources for future generations. We are members of ESPN

New York Coalition for Recreational Fishing

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New York Coalition for Recreational Fishing
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The New York Coalition for Recreational Fisherman began as a grass roots organization comprised of local recreational anglers. It was back in the spring of 2005 when many of these anglers first learned of a new bill in the New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate that would control motor vehicle access to all New York State beaches and would restrict this access under the guise of coastal erosion control. This piece of legislation (A9165) was introduced to the Assembly by NYS Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, a Democrat from Westchester County. It soon became known as the

New York Fishing Tackle Trade Association, Inc.

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New York Fishing Tackle Trade Association, Inc.
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NYFTTA was founded several years ago and through the efforts of its members has earned the attention and respect of the legislators and advisory bodies now governing our recreational fisheries. This organization was created to voice the concerns of the recreational fishing industry, to deal with problems common to our businesses and to promote the sport which supports our industry. We are young enough to allow every member to express an opinion and take a direct part in setting future goals and agendas. We are strong enough to send a clear message to everyone that there are viable businesses existing in the recreational fishing trade that contribute greatly to the economy of New York State and that we intend to take an active role in shaping the decisions that affect us. By aligning your business or association with NYFTTA we can demonstrate to fisheries managers the diversity of businesses and recreational organizations geared toward the recreational sport fisherman that depend on healthy fisheries. Together we will make a profound economic impact.

Juliana’s Anglers

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Juliana’s Anglers
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Juliana’s Anglers is a women’s fly fishing club based in New York City. The purpose of our club is to encourage all women interested in fly fishing to enjoy the sport with other women by making fishing accessible through education, conservation, planned activities, and events.

Striper Surf Club, Inc.

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Striper Surf Club, Inc.
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The Striper Surf Club, Inc., established in June of 1951, is one of the oldest active organized surf fishing clubs in New York State. The Striper Surf Club was formed when several members of the Coney Island Rod & Gun Club of Brooklyn, NY broke away to specialized in surf fishing for Striped Bass. On December 20, 1965 the Striper Surf Club incorporated as a domestic not-for-profit organization. It is now known as Striper Surf Club, Inc.

I FISH NY

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I FISH NY
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The I FISH NY Program is a New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) initiative that introduces urban residents to the sport of fishing in New York State. In New York City (NYC) and on Long Island (LI) the NYSDEC partnered with New York Sea Grant (NYSG).

St. Lawrence River Walleye Association

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St. Lawrence River Walleye Association
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The St. Lawrence River is known as one of the best fishing destinations in the world. This mighty river is the watershed of the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean making it one of the largest fresh waters on the planet. A place with four seasons, Northern New York’s rivers provide an ideal habitat for the walleye. The deep waters with strong currents as well as a host of feeding tributaries makes the river a sportsman’s dream come true with outstanding fishing. While 5-10 pound walleye are not uncommon, this elusive fish will offer any fisherman a challenge.