In the club's fleet have been America's Cup Defenders, Trans-Atlantic and Bermuda Race winners. Its sailors have been Long Island Sound, North American and World Champions in a number of classes. They have captured Olympic medals - most recently in 1996 w
Atlantic Kayak Tours, Inc. is the largest paddlesport company in the tri-state area. We paddle in locations along the Hudson River from New York Harbor to the Albany area, and along the Atlantic coastline from southern New Jersey to Cape Cod.
The Avon Anglers Unlimited Inc. is a non-profit organization who educates one another in the sport of fishing. We promote safety and conservation of all wildlife and property.
The club consists of approximately 35 acres. Club facilities include a club house, a covered picnic pavillion, a range for rifle and pistol, a stationary and walk through bow range, and a one station trap range. The club hosts annual ice fishing contests
The club is dedicated to improving bass fishing skills, catch and release, conservation of natural resources, youth programs, and having fun!
This club meets monthly and holds many fishing tournaments and contests each year.
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.
The club is essentially a surf-fishing organization, but members enjoy and participate in all forms of outdoor activity. The club continues to fight for the environment and for sound conservation practices.
The mission of the Black Lake Association is to further recreational opportunities and enhance the scenic beauty of Black Lake and the surrounding area.
Camden Bassmasters are affiliated with both the New York State Bass Chapter Federation and the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation . We are located in the heart of New York near one of the states best smallmouth bass fisheries, Oneida Lake.
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Catskill Mountain Club is a volunteer organization offering workshops and events in the Catskills from hiking to ice fishing.
Activities include shooting at the rifle range, catch and release fishing at the pond, raffles, a Hunter's Tour, and parties.
A group of weekend anglers as well as serious, everyday anglers together for some fun, comradery, competition, and sharing ideas about the sport of bass fishing.
This club has many shooting facilities as well as safety classes and clinics, conservation programs, fish stocking programs, and game dinners. The club is open year-round.
This club has beautiful expansive grounds and a tree lined border, seven Trap fields, four Skeet fields (1 is Wobble, 1 is International), a 5-Stand Sporting Clays field, a Rifle/Pistol Range, and an Archery Range.
Activities include pistol safety courses, hunters safety courses, banquets, monthly meetings, and fishing opportunities.
The primary goal of the club is to promote both salt and fresh water fly fishing, and to acquire knowledge and understanding of the sport and the fisheries of Long Island. We strive to promote conservation, respect and caring for our marine environment. W
Always looking for new members whether you have a boat or not. This organization is the oldest competitive badd fishing club in Western New York.
1st Bassmasters is made up of anglers as concerned with the friendship and camaraderie of Club membership, as they are with the competition of tournaments.
A fishing club steeped in the tradition of sportsmanship, camaraderie, and a good time for all.
For over 60 years the Freeport Tuna Club (FTC) has been one of Long Island's premier fishing clubs. Some of the best local fishermen and fisherwomen are among our 200-plus membership body. We fish hard and enjoy each other's comaraderie throughout all twe
Frost Valley YMCA Camp and Conference Center is located at 2000 Frost Valley Road, Claryville, NY 12725. Established in 1901 as one of the nation's first summer camps, Frost Valley YMCA is located on 6,000 pristine acres in the heart of the Catskill Mo
Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation Inc. promotes and enhances the fishery of the largest man made lake in New York State.
This club plans dinners, wine tasting, Latin nights, cruises, regattas and parties.
Members of this recreational saltwater fishing club benefit from monthly speakers and party boat fishing excursions.
Members of this club enjoy many social and racing events.
HHSC is one of the most respected and oldest continuously
active fishing clubs with a strong tradition of successful competitive surf
fishing and marine fisheries conservation. You should only consider joining
if you have a passion for surf fishing and
The purpose of this club is to promote and stimulate fishing under conditions most favorable to the enjoyment of the sport by all.
Activities include archery shoots, fishing derbies, barbecues, bow hunting, county fairs, and clug meetings.
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
Members of this club meet monthly and participate in fund raisers.
This club has specialized in beach access, ecology and conservation since 1958. LIBBA sponsors fishing derbies and contests for all ages.
The goals of this club are to stimulate interest in fly fishing, improve members' skills, to enjoy the fellowship of other fly fishers, and to encourage youth to participate in this sport.
Club members participate in dinner dances, junior sportsmen programs, sportsmen's shows and shooting events.
This is a social fraternity for fishermen, hunters and outdoor sportsmen in general. Members charter boats and go on overnight trips to the Catskills.
Focuses on hunting and fishing as well as firearm safety.
The goal of this club is to equally welcome both men and women who have a passion for fishing. Another asset of the club is the inclusion of family members, both spouses and children.
Members are enthusiastic about surf fishing and believe that a strong, dedicated organization is the only way to have an impact when it comes to policies that affect fishing access, permits, habitat, and the preservation of the striped bass and other migr
The purpose of this club is to support conservation and combine honesty and sportsmanship with competitive sport fishing.
This Long Island-based business offers charters, travel, classes, fishing gear, and guided trips.
This club has many facilities to cater to a variety of sporting needs and is actively seeking new members.
We fulfill our mission to promote and protect the sport of bass fishing by organizing award winning programs in youth, conservation and community service.
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.
For over 21 years the Federation has represented the recreational fishing community and continues to be actively involved with the issues that face you, the recreational angler, here in New York.
This agency handles state conservation, recreation and education.
This historical yacht club offers yacht racing, team racing, an annual week-long cruise, and illustrious speakers.
Members may be boaters or non-boaters.
The Niagara River Anglers Association encourages proper "Catch and Release" tactics. Activities include walleye rearing, salmon pen rearing, youth activities, fishing competitions for steelhead and bass, and ice fishing.
Each summer the Club hosts the Sail Oswego Regatta which draws more than 50 boats from all corners of the Lake. An annual week-long cruise is scheduled in August with weekend cruises scattered throughout the summer. Social events are held throughout the
Activities include raffles, annual trader's days and tournaments.
Our club membership is capped at 30 members and ages range form 18 to 55 years old with the average being 35. Most members have their own boats.
The Palisade Boat Club is the now the 'home away from home' to many kayakers, boaters, jet skiers, fishermen, and has made a shift to welcoming families, and not just individuals.
This club puts out monthly newsletters, participates in conservation and tournaments, and celebrates with picnics and dinners.
The Peconic River Sportsman's Club is situated on 400 acres with several historic buildings. The sporting venues consist of a licensed game preserve, a 38.5-acre fishing lake with 5 duck blinds, indoor and outdoor archery ranges, smallbore and hi-power r
Members of this club enjoy fishing, archery and shooting.
A group of avid Bass fishermen from the greater Oswego and Central New York region. The mission of PCBM is to preserve and promote the sport of Tournament Bass Angling, through friendly competition with an emphasis on education and conservation.
Club land includes Salmon Creek and features 2 Trap Fields, a Skeet Field and Sporting Clays. The club serves Sunday brunch.
Meeting activities range from fly tying sessions to well known guest speakers from the salt water fly fishing community. The club sponsors guided trips throughout the season to virtually all accessible fishing spots on Long Island.
Located on 100 acres of land off Fish Creek road in the town of Saugerties, Ulster County, the club is open year-round. Facilities include a rifle range, a pistol range, trap ranges, an archery range and a black powder course.
Events at this club include brunches, seminars, a Cinco de Mayo celebration, races, parties, regattas, wine tasting, and sail championships.
The club's trap range is oopen to the public. This club is affiliated with Trout Unlimited.
The Shinnecock Marlin and Tuna Club of Long Island, hosts offshore and inshore sport fishing tournaments in Tuna, Marlin, Dolphin, Shark, Fluke, and Striped Bass.
This is a tournament-based club.
Members enjoy fishing and various types of game shoots. A main objective of the club is to conserve and protect the fish and game of the area.
We extend an open invitation for anyone to join us. A boat and experience are NOT NECESSARY!
Junior members are involved in setting their tournament schedules and fundraisers. There is no minimum age restriction to become a member, but you must not be older than 18 years.
This club is very community oriented, participated in activities that reach out to non-sportfishermen. It also sponsors fishing tournaments.
We participate in about 14 tournaments per season, counting 10 tournaments towards year end results, and we fish on surrounding lakes in New York and Connecticut. We are a rapidly growing club whose members like to share new fishing techniques and fishing
Members enjoy fishing Chittenango Creek and every year members assist the state of New York in trout stocking.
This organization represents a coalition of 28 access groups in the USA. Any organization or association that has an interest in beach access and conservation and is approved by the UMS Executive Board can join.
Activities at this club include hunting, fishing, shooting, black powder, archery, outdoor recreation and conservation.
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