NEW MEMBER ALERT
IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE AN EMAIL WELCOMING YOU TO THE CLUB AND PROVIDING THE WEBSITE PASSWORD, YOUR EMAIL CONTACT INFORMATION "BOUNCED"
PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO
WITH"NEW MEMBER" IN THE SUBJECT LINE SO I CAN CORRECTLY CAPTURE YOUR EMAIL
NOTICE - NOTICE - NOTICE
BY-LAW CHANGE PASSED MAY 17TH, 2012
WITH THE BY-LAW CHANGE: IF YOUR EMAILED RELEASE REPORT IS COMPLETE AND ACKNOWLEDGED WITHIN TWO DAYS, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COMPLETE AND SEND A PAPER CARD. YOU MAY SEND A DUPLICATE PAPER CARD IF YOU WISH OR WITHIN FOUR DAYS (AS BEFORE) IN LIEU OF AN EMAIL REPORT.
THE "FORM" ON THE FISHING REPORT PAGE WILL CREATE AN EMAIL REPORT. FOR MULTIPLE FISH ON THE SAME DAY, SEPARATE EACH FISH INFO BY COMMAS.
FOR DIRECT EMAIL SUBMISSION TYPE ALL REQUIRED INFORMATION INTO YOUR EMAIL AND SEND TO: firstname.lastname@example.org. YOUR REPORT SHOULD BE ACKNOWLEDGED WITHIN 48 HRS.
IF IT ISN'T ACKNOWLEDGED CALL David Quarles 239 250-9763 AND/OR MAIL A PAPER CARD WITHIN THE FOUR DAY WINDOW TO David Quarles, 2443 Everest Parkway, Cape Coral,FL 33904
The Club exists to assist its members in fishing for Tarpon. It does not facilitate or provide fishing trips for non-members. Some local guides have spots on our advertisers page, so please contact them for those inquiries. Fish'em up!
MEMBERS ONLY ACCESS
To access the roster and fishing report sections of the website requires that you be a member and have been issued the password. The password is issued by email. Fishing reports are being added in a timely fashion - so check out the action.
Look for a Page in “FOR MEMBERS” where we will try to facilitate link-up between those seeking a fishing partner. E-mail David Quarles your interest, boat and tackle facilities and contact info. It's up to you to make the contact.
Rookies (those who have not caught that first Silver King) are identified as part of the Roster. If you wish to have your status changed, send request. This will help the experienced members identify those seeking help.
"Funny" things that happen while preparing to fish, while fishing and after fishing, can become even funnier when explained by the BONEHEAD Master of Ceremonies. Snitch on your fellow anglers to Mike Wilson,
CLUB VHF CHANNEL
The VHF channel used by the Cape Coral Tarpon Hunters Club is classified. For Club purposes we will designate a channel and use it to identify presence on the water (coming out or going in), call out hookups, eyes-on, and releases. Casual radio conversations should be limited at all times. A few working channels are 68, 69, 71 and 72. Use your cell phone for one on one conversations. Channel 16 is reserved for hailing and distress calls. When your hail is acknowledged, switch immediately to a working channel. Channel 22 is used by the USCG exclusively.
Please keep the Web Master David Quarles (239-250-9763) up-to-date with your e-mail address. You will receive club notices and monthly meeting reminders.
Please notify our Sunshine chair Kim Secino (978-790-5621) as quickly as possible whenever one of our members could benefit from a card or call expressing encouragement or condolences