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Hurricane Ian

As Florida continues to emerge from the wake of Hurricane Ian, which devastated parts of the state’s west coast last month, the recovery effort continues daily. From the reopening of the Sanibel Bridge earlier this week to the on-going clean-up in Fort Myers, progress continues at a break-neck pace, bringing hope for a quick return to normalcy to even the hardest hit areas. “While Hurricane Ian has impacted our community, our destination and our spirit remains strong,” says Ray Sarracino,…

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After the catastrophic impacts from Hurricane Ian, we’ve been overwhelmed with the outpouring of support and willingness to help from everyone, so we’ve set up a few different ways for people to lend a hand with our relief efforts. We’ve established a network of dropoff sites for donating relief essentials, a Hurricane Ian Relief Fund, and a Guide Relief Fund. Read more about each one to find the right way for you to plug in below. Dropoff Sites: A collection…

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The American Sportfishing Association’s (ASA) members and staff extend our deepest sympathies to all those affected by Hurricane Ian. At this time, ASA has been in touch with many of our members in the region to check on their status and wellbeing and to find out how their families and their businesses fared. It is clear that the recovery from this wide-spread and breathtakingly disastrous hurricane will take a significant period of time. We also want to acknowledge the damage…

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Turn off the weather channels for a minute. The National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) has been in close contact with sources in Fort Meyers, Florida, and want to share some good news. The 2023 Annual Conference is a go – take that Hurricane Ian – and NPAA is joining the cause to rebuild the fishing industry in Southwest Florida. “Our entire organization knows how catastrophic this storm has been to the fishing community,” said NPAA President Pat Neu. “Especially the…

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