FSFA

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The FSFA was established in 1968. It is a family oriented, nonprofit organization dedicated to promote and advance the enjoyment of sport fishing in the Space Coast area and throughout the state of Florida. The Club is actively involved in resource conservation, artificial reef building, youth projects and community service.

    FSFA Tourney Winners!

    June 7, 2021

    Congrats to the winners of the Offshore Slam this weekend! And for the Club, THANK YOU! Funds raised support building more offshore reefs, financial grants to Brevard Education Foundation for marine science in Jr/Sr High School programs, Kids Fishing Clinics and Dolphinfish Research. Thanks to all sponsors, contestants and volunteers!

      Support the Club!

      October 11, 2020

      The Florida Sport Fishing Association (FSFA) is Brevard County’s longest running fishing club founded in 1968. For over 50 years the FSFA has invested in the education and growth of local anglers by fostering an environment allowing anglers to fellowship and share successes and failures to become better anglers and better stewards of our local environment. There have been many projects the FSFA has been at the forefront of throughout the years, such as the Kids Fishing Clinic, FSFA Offshore Tournament and most recently, the new reef deployments.

        Help Support Brevard’s Reef Building Efforts

        March 9, 2020

        Brevard County is presently pursuing grant funds from FWC to support our sixth material deployment of artificial reef off the coast of Port Canaveral. The deployment is to include the placement of at least twenty 6000lb, 8ft tall modules. Currently, this is year six of a great partnership between FSFA, CFOA, CCA and Brevard County — and we need your help to ensure the continuance of this great project.

          FSFA Tourney Results

          June 2, 2019

          The FSFA’s 51st Annual Offshore Tournament is officially in the books! It was a wet and wild event on Saturday, for sure. The monsoon that unloaded all the fury of the gods on the weigh-in at Port Canaveral certainly took us by surprise. Consequently, for the first time in the event’s 51 year history, we were unable to present the Awards and Payouts at the Weigh-in. Apart from the weather-induced chaos, it was a great day of fishing as 102 total teams competed, and with plenty of impressive fish hitting the scales at Sunrise Marina.

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