The freeze in January of 2018 devastated the Spotted Seatrout population in the Lowcountry.
The Community and Professional Response Initiative (CPR Initiative), partnered with Z-Man Fishing Products and Eye Strike Fishing, and spearheaded by RedFin Charters, takes action in restoring balance to the ecology of our estuaries and waterways after this horrible event. The CPR Initiative is working with the Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton, SC, to spawn and grow Spotted Seatrout to replenish the population.
Project ReSpeck was created to raise $25,000 to fund a tank large enough to release between 600,000-700,000 fish/year into their natural habitat in Charleston waters.
Please join us to replenish the Seatrout Population by donating at www.ProjectReSpeck.com
The CPR Initiative – Community and Professional Response Initiative Fund is established in partnership with the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible as allowable by law. Donors may send contributions to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, Post Office Box 23019, Hilton Head, S.C. 29925, payable to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, and note in the memo line CPR Fund. Donors may also make credit card contributions to the CPR Fund at www.ProjectReSpeck.com. To donate gifts of stock, contact the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry directly at 843-681-9100. #CPRInitiative #ProjectReSpeck
Thank you to the 30+ Boat Captains & Kayakers and Crews for another successful cleanup of the Ashley River.
The following Slides are from Custom Images by Daniel.
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)
Thank you to all who came out Saturday for the Ashley River Cleanup. A special thank you to David Fladd for leading this herculean task. Also thanks to Daniel White for donating all of his photographs and let us not forget our friends at Triangle CharBar, Bon Appetit and BiggBy Coffee for providing breakfast and lunch.
Rob Fowler and the team at Channel 2 were a huge help. Many thanks to them as well.
The following Images are from Daniel White Custom Images:
January is a traditional time to make resolutions, to renew our commitment to some of the important things in life. And that includes fishing! We at SSWA would like to encourage you go ahead and renew your club membership for 2018! As you know, our memberships are a wonderful family investment and a great value. For the coming year, annual dues remain $25 for individuals and $50 for families. We have several convenient payment options, too. You can pay by check mailed to this address:
Summerville Saltwater Anglers
PO Box 3484
Summerville, SC 29484-3484
Alternatively, you can pay by credit card online at our Square marketplace (https://squareup.com/market/summerville-salt-water-anglers-club ). If you buy online, be sure to complete the shipping info even though we won’t be sending you anything. This will ensure that we credit you for the dues. Of course you can always pay at an SSWA event in January-March. However you renew, we really hope you’ll stay in the SSWA family for an awesome 2017.