Our next SRFC tournament "The Big Chill" will be on Saturday October 22nd. This is a multi-species tournament so anything you catch counts!!! Click here to sign up and get more details.
Thank you to all that volunteered and participated in the Smoke Rise Fishing Club's 3rd Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta. Special thanks to Carl Haupt and Tom Schneider for putting the event together and running it! Check out the newly added photos!!!
Check out our new Classified Ad section in the Tackle Box! Contact IT@smokerisefishing.com if you'd like to place a free ad (SRFC members only)
Take a look at these great Fly Fishing instructional videos from Orvis sent in by one of our members. Thanks Paul! Click below.
If you are headed out fishing on the lake, don't forget to get your SR fishing license and your NJ State fishing license.
Next SRFC meeting will be on Thursday October 27th 2016
7 SIGNS THAT YOU MIGHT NEED NEW FISHING GEAR! Click here to find out
LOOK Please check out our Tips and Tricks in the Tackle Box.
Think you're a skillful angler??? The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife would like to reward your efforts if you land the biggest fish in your category. All types of fish are eligible (both fresh and salt water) and there are adult and junior categories. Click here to find out more information including prior year's winners.
Take a peek at this link from our friends at TakeMeFishing.org. It's got some great ideas for family fishing activities. Click here
Please remember to get your 2016 NJ State fishing license and Smoke Rise fishing permit before heading out to the lake. See the Fishing Links section and look for "NJ Fishing License". You can stop by the club office for the SR form, which is available now.
To instill respect, appreciation and awareness of Smoke Rise natural resources while promoting the safe, ethical harvesting and protection of wild fish species.
The SRFC provides an environment to build friendships, engage in experiences, create traditions and develop lasting relationships with the community and nature through fishing.
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