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Come and be a part of our laid back "Fishing Family". Our Club has some of the best guys and gals you will ever meet. We have an array of Striper fisherman including Professional guides, experienced weekend anglers, and beginners as well. We are all about learning how to catch Stripers, having fun, making new friends and getting a good dose of fishing fellowship. We all try to work together, sharing information and even fishing holes. (Not on Tournament days- LOL) The goal is to have a network of "Brotherly" fisherman that can help each other stay on top of catching Striped Bass year round.
Keeping things inexpensive and simple is our plan. Dues cost $25 per quarter. This includes a meal at each meeting if you attend. You can't beat that.
We have a tournament each month. It's generally more fun than competitive. Tournaments cost a total of $30 per boat. That includes a $10 Big Fish Prize. The tournaments are always 100% payback.
We meet on the 3rd Monday of each month. Dinner and Fish Stories start around 6:30 and the meetings normally start around 7:00.
We share reports and fishing info on a closed Facebook group. It’s for paying members only.
We meet at the Zion Hills Baptist Church at 4100 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, GA 30042.
We have expert fisherman speak at many meetings. Discussions are targeted for what will be working right now. Never will you hear winter techniques in June. Some of guest speakers include: Mack Farr, Clay Cunningham, Bill Carson, Stephen Knight, Doug Youngblood and Chris Looney (DNR)
We run our meeting in an open forum. Anyone and everyone will get a chance to speak and share info if you want.
Guests are always welcome. There is never a charge if you want to come listen and eat.
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