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Southern Angler sponsors and supports multiple organizations and events. We are regularly finding ways to become more involved in the local community and this effort begins with a few of the top-notch programs mentioned below that we are thrilled to be involved with:
Stuart Fly Rodders Club
The Stuart Flyrodders is the oldest fly fishing club on the Treasure Coast that promotes fly fishing in salt and warm waters. It’s members include both men and women of all ages and experience that get together once a month to socialize and improve their fly fishing skills and knowledge. The results are the building of solid relationships, fishing partners and many opportunities to fly fish.
The Stuart Fly Rodders meet on the first Wednesday of every month at Miles Grant Country Club. For more info, visit www.StuartFlyRodders.com
Stuart Rod & Reel Club
The mission of the Stuart Rod an Reel Club is to promote interest in and knowledge of sport fishing, good sportsmanship, social interaction and fellowship among its members, and to endorse responsible stewardship of the St. Lucie Estuary, the Indian River Lagoon, and Florida's coastal waters.
The Stuart Rod & Reel Club meets on the second Wednesday of every month at FINZ. For more info, visit www.StuartRodandReel.com
Rendell’s Fishing Experience
This free clinic teaches children the basics of environmental stewardship, fishing ethics, angling skills and safety. In addition, environmental displays will offer participants a unique chance to experience Florida’s marine life firsthand. Fishing equipment and bait will be provided for kids to use during the clinic.
AGC Treasure Coast Offshore Challenge
The 28th annual Pirate's Cove Billfish Tournament, held August 15th-19th, 2011, is a world-class event and home to the State Record Blue Marlin caught on the 25th Anniversary of the tournament, weighing in at a whopping 1,228.5 pounds! Top Prize money is big - $850,000 based on 120 entries!
The Royal Palms - A Decade of Serving St. Lucie County
The Royal Palms of St. Lucie hosts an annual Viva Las Vegas event – a night of gaming, to benefit women’s and children’s charities here in St. Lucie County. Through leadership, volunteerism, and action, the Palms have raised close to a quarter of a million dollars over the last decade, all of which has been given directly back to our community’s women’s and children’s charities. PACE Center for Girls, IRSC Scholarships, Children’s Home Society, Harvest Food and Outreach Center, and Safe Space – these are just a few of the numerous organizations that these monies have benefited. For more information, please visit: www.theroyalpalms.com