Englewood Fishing Club, Inc.
  It's more than fishing ... it's a way of life.

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The Englewood Fishing Club, Inc.
The Englewood Fishing Club, Inc. was started in April, 2004 by a small group of recreational fishermen who just wanted to meet, talk and socialize with other fishermen and in the process become better fishermen, go fishing more and help conserve the marine environment for the future.  We are now an ongoing sport fishing and social organization with a membership of over 120 fishing enthusiasts.

Our Upcoming Meetings & Activities
Meeting location:
570 Bay Park Blvd., Englewood, FL 
Go down Dearborn St. and turn Right on Old Englewood Rd. Go to Stewart St. and turn left. Then go to Bay Park Blvd. and  turn Right.
 See the Monthly Newsletter for more news and event details.

January 16, 2016, Fishing Derby
Open derby largest fish of any legal species wins. Anglers can fish anywhere they like as long as the species being weighed comes from the same targeted area, Onshore, Inshore, or Offshore. Weigh in is at Stump Pass 1:00PM – 1:30PM. Lunch would be on your own no formal reservations at this time.

February 11, 2016
General club meeting  6:30pm
Winter Redfish & Snook
Capt Karl Butigan of KB Backcountry Charters

 February 17, 2016, Fishing Derby.   Annual Sheepshead Derby where Sheepshead trumps all other

Membership renewal
  The success of our club depends on paid up members.  While visitors are always welcome, it is through membership dues that allows our club to hold meetings with guest speakers, sponsor events, and participate in other charitable activities.
Club Hats and T's for sale at all meetings.
Membership goes from Jan.1 through Dec. 31 of each year. 2017 Dues will be due on January 1, 2017.  The dues remain at $40.00 per family membership.

If you have already paid for 2016, we thank you.  If not, please pay John Livecchi at the next meeting or send your check to him at 20206 Astoria Ave., Port Charlotte, FL 33952.  Make checks payable to the Englewood Fishing Club.


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