End-Of-Year Party/Oyster Roast

Our SSWA End of Year Celebration, Oyster Roast and Charity Auction. What a great night. We want to thank a few people for going above and beyond to make this night something special that will benefit so many children that need a positive thing in their lives.

First, a few of our members, Dave Fladd/Ralph Phillips, Aaron Johnson and Ilona Goodmen. We truly couldn’t have done it without you!

Lee and Trae Ray and the staff at Summerville Country Club who always provide a first class venue and excellent food and are truly like family to us!

The hardworking (volunteer!) Board of Directors of Summerville Saltwater Anglers who dedicate their valuable time to make our organization the best of its kind, hands down, in Charleston.

Our many generous sponsors and donors, just a few of which are mentioned here Charleston TrailerHaddrells Point TackleEye Strike FishingSportsman Boats, Shimano, West Marine, Saltfisher ChartersPluff Mud Fishing Charters, Dave Davy Sr. Etc!

Oyster Planting

Images courtesy of Riddick Craven

Another successful oyster planting by SSWA. This year’s oyster plant was at a new location and was more difficult logistically but we did it! Thank you to all who sacrificed a portion of their weekend when you could have been doing 100 other things. We appreciate it, we couldn’t do it without you. Thanks!

Keep Dorchester County Beautiful

Bob Mitchell accepts an award presented to the Summerville Saltwater Anglers from the Dorchester County Public Works thanking SSWA for their outstanding effort in organizing and coordinating the removal of 11.49 ton of trash out of The Ashley River on March 12, 2016 during the “Great American Cleanup”.

Dorchester County Public Works Award

Thanks!

We want to thank the membership of the best fishing club in Charleston, The Summerville Saltwater Anglers, for your help and participation in the 2016 Ashley River Cleanup.  THANK YOU!!  We removed 11.5 tons of trash this year.  Incredible!  – The Ashley River Cleanup Committee (Dave Fladd, Ray Philyaw, Bob Mitchell, Shane Green and Michele Green)
11.5 Tons