Coordinators lead monthly half-day excursions onto beaches of Lover’s Key State Park to acquaint both new and experienced anglers to fishing the back bay waters and inlets. Snook, redfish, spotted sea trout, Spanish mackerel, jacks, mangrove snapper, flounder and whiting have all been part of the catch at the beach.
Members are asked to bring their own equipment (spinning rod/reel, light tackle including popping corks, jig heads, circle hooks, a small bait bucket, sun screen, and water shoes) and refreshments; the Club will provide the live shrimp.
The event is free to Members and members of the Club waiting list. The Park collects $2 per visitor. The trip normally concludes with a voluntary casual lunch at some local haunt, where participants can and do lie about their day’s catch. Coordinator Contact Info