OAC E-News – April 11, 2018

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E-News for April 11, 2018  

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti

The Osprey have returned which means only one thing- spring has sprung! Please mark your calendars for the kickoff of the 2018 Tournament season and the captains’ meeting  @ 6PM on May 17th.

Last week the Club hosted a seminar with Ev Sacrey and Maria Harvey of the Animal Disentanglement Program out of Provincetown. This well attended event was very interesting and eye opening – disentangling these animals (whales and turtles) is extremely dangerous. If you missed this event, we hope to have them again next year. Visit their website   http://coastalstudies.org/whale-rescue/ for more information.

Ev and Maria gave the Club a good supply of  the pocket edition of Tides for 2018. They are available on the publications’ table.


This past month a letter was mailed to the membership regarding our Corporate Sponsorship Program. This important program, by the support and generosity of our sponsors, helps to fund many events throughout the year.

Our sincere thanks to our Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors who are highlighted in all Club publications, the weekly E-News (the header and footer of this email), banners and programs.

We welcome and thank our newest sponsors: Robert Gaughen and Hingham Institution for Savings, Bob Walsh and Harborside Remodeling and Jon Hagenstein and Beacon Marine Construction, LLC . 

 
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See below pictures from our April 5th program with Ev and Maria. 



   
 
 

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For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com

Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 
 

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OAC E-News – March 28, 2018

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E-News for March 28, 2018  

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti

April 5th @ 6PM is a presentation by Ev Sacrey who heads the Marine Animal Entanglement Response Group out of  Provincetown.  He has great stories and pictures of entangled whales and turtles.

This will be quite fascinating, and we think it would be a great opportunity to ask the young adults in your family to come too.  Each educational event is preceded by a light dinner, and if we get a good young adult turnout we’ll guarantee to have some eats that they will love.  Maybe they can even do a science project on this subject!!??

Please RSVP by April 3rd 
 
 

  


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 April 5, 2018  @ 6PM 
Marine Animal Entanglement Response 
with Ev Sacrey

The outreach will be presented by Everett Sacrey of the MAER group. Everett has completed an undergraduate degree in fish and wildlife biology from the university of Northern British Colombia and has gained experience in disentanglements through working with the Whale Release and Standings group in Newfoundland, Canada before becoming a full time member of the MAER team at CCS in 2016.
 


 

 
 
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For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com

Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 
 

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OAC E-News — March 8, 2018

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E-News for March 8, 2018  

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti  

 

The confirmed wake and funeral arrangements for long time OAC member, Frank Webber, are as follows:
Wake: March 11th 1-4PM John Lawrence Funeral Home, 3778 Falmouth Road, Marstons Mills.
Funeral: Frank’s Celebration of Life’s Service on Monday, March 12th, 11AM, Cape Cod Baptist Church, 1205 Nathan Ellis Highway, East Falmouth. OAC members planning to attend the service should congregate at the rear of the church and will then enter as a group. Burial will follow at 12:30PM at the Massachusetts National Cemetery.
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Our thoughts and prayers also go out to the family of Ed Tellier (an OAC member since 1988) who passed away on March 2nd. 
 
 
Eddie joined the OAC in 1988 and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006. He also maintains a spot on our Leader Board landing a 205.0 lb Yellowfin Tuna in 1988. 
 
For those folks that never knew Eddie, he was truly a great guy, admired by many, and one of those rare guys that forgot more about fishing than most of us wish we knew! For many years Eddie would bring his Hatteras back and forth from Osterville to Lighthouse Pt. FL, living aboard Cougar in both locations. When he was tied up at the end of the fuel dock at CYY, he always welcomed fellow anglers aboard to share some time and stories with him. For those of us lucky enough to have fished with Eddie onboard Cougar, you know how great a fisherman he was, always coming home with a full box.
 
Eddie will surely be missed.
 
Please find the link below for Eddie’s obituary and note his request for donations to be made to The Jimmy Fund, one of Eddie’s and the OAC’s long time charities.
 
By Ken Cirillo
 

 

     

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The Tournament Committee is in the process of updating the leaderboard at the club.  For example, we have decided to remove Blue Shark.  There has never been a Blue Shark weighed and there never should be.  We are considering adding King Mackerel, as more members have been catching them in recent years.  Attached please find the current leaderboard.  We would like input from our members.  Is there a species, either saltwater or freshwater, that you would like added on there?  We will also update and better communicate guidelines and the process for entering a fish for consideration on the leaderboard.  Billfish can be weighed in certain parts of the world, but our committee wants to encourage release of billfish such as Sailfish & Blue Marlin.  We will not accept any weigh ins for these species.  There are other species that we would like releases only, such as tarpon, bonefish and permit.  Please email our Manager Bill with any suggestions by Friday March 16th.  Thank you for your input.
Bob Lewis, Tournament Chair
 

 

   

 


Reminder:

For those anglers that will participate in The Pink Squid  Tournament, the Club has reserved a block of rooms at Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown, MA. If interested, you must call 800-225-6005 and refer to “Booking Name: Osterville Anglers” and make your individual reservation and payment. The group rate and room hold is valid only until Monday April 16th.   

   

 

 


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Zee Crocker 
Barnstable Clean Water Coalition 
Wednesday, March 14,2018

   

Zee will discuss the state of our salt water estuaries in Osterville and on the Cape generally.  How the health of our ponds and rivers connected to our estuaries.  What do the water conditions mean for our fishery?  Update on our monitoring work in our bays and rivers.  Our annual river herring count, trends and concerns.  Salt marshes are an important nursery for many species, how do things look?  Discussion of the work we are doing now and our goals for the future.  Our partners like The Nature Conservancy and UMASS, what do they bring to the table?  What is the Town doing?  
Followed by a Q&A
 

   

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For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com

Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 
 

OAC E-News — February 8, 2018

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E-News for February 15, 2018  
 

 

 

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti

Last Thursday’s Garmin presentation was a fun-filled, well attended, informative evening.  Garmin’s regional training specialist, John Anderson, covered topics ranging from AIS, chart plotters, radar to fish finders. Thanks to Ken Cirillo who arranged the evening, and kudos to Dave Ryan (who prepared a New England clam chowder, seafood stew and cornbread), Fran Clay (made her delicious caesar salad) and Peggy Cirillo/Centerville Pies (with their apple and blueberry favorites). See a few photos below.

Did you know that the Club offers a special membership program entitled “Sponsored Youth”? Designed to attract young adults with the love of the sport, a member may sponsor a grandchild, neighbor, etc with a process made easy.  Complete a membership application, come to the Club and meet a member of the Board and an annual fee of only $100.  The sponsored youth upon acceptance is welcome to the Club and its events.  What a perfect program to build future membership. And, should the youngster catch a big one, he/she would be eligible to participate in the Club’s annual awards.

   

 

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 February 8th Garmin Presentation  

        
 
 
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Interesting article which appeared in DMF
publication, Volume 40 (copy available
in OAC library) 
   
UPCOMING EVENTS  
 

 
 

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Ross Kessler
February 22, 2018
 Dinner @ 6PM  ($10/person) 
 

In 2009 when the state enacted a salt water fishing license the law was met with a lot of skepticism from the angling public.  Where would this money go? Was it another money grab from the state? These were some of the questions that were asked.  Fortunately, there are groups like the Massachusetts Sportsmen’s Council that went to bat for their constituents.  The Sportsmen’s Council  went to the State House lobbied for and received a line in the Salt Water Fishing License law dedicating a full third of all money raised to be dedicated to public access.  Tonight’s talk will discuss how we choose projects, what has been accomplished so far, and what we are planning for the future.
Ross will also provide us with an update from the Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) related to various species that members of OAC are most interested.
The program will also include a report concerning ongoing projects, population levels and a question & answer session.

Ross K. Kessler
Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries
Public Access Coordinator
1213 Purchase St.
New Bedford MA, 02740  

 
Please RSVP by February 19, 2018 
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For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com

Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 
 

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OAC E-News – February 1, 2018

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E-News for February 1, 2018  
 

 

 

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti

 
As previously advertised, the Club is hosting two educational events featuring the Garmin presentation on February 7th and Ross Kessler on February 22nd. If you plan to attend, please let the Club know ASAP as each event will be preceded by a light supper. (Please see details below of each event).

This past weekend Bob Lewis conducted a fly tying workshop.  It was a well attended event and enjoyed by all.  A few photos to share.

 

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This past weekend I received a call from Bruce Cunningham asking if I saw the article in the Cape Cod Times entitled “Massachusetts mismanages the wild striped bass fishery.” The article appeared in the January 27th edition, page 8a, Ideas & Opinion section.  Bruce thought it would make some interesting reading for our members. A reprint of the article is below.

 
Massachusetts mismanages the wild striped bass fishery 
By Dean Clark  
Posted Jan 27, 2018 at 3:00 AM Updated Jan 27, 2018 at 7:22 AM

According to federal data, the recreational wild striped bass fishery in Massachusetts has been trending downward for 17 years. Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Pennsylvania recognize the economic benefits of managing stripers for their greater value as a recreational species and have banned fishing for them commercially.

Recent NOAA data reveals that: a) recreational striped bass fishing in Massachusetts and our commercial scallop fishery are our two most valuable marine industries; b) recreational striped bass fishing is more economically valuable to Massachusetts than all our other commercial fin-fisheries combined; c) the value of the commercial striped bass fishery represents less than one half of one percent of all our commercial fin-fisheries.

Conclusion: Recreational striped bass fishing has a much greater impact on our overall economy than most people realize, and that current management’s commercial priorities are misdirected.

The key point that is so often overlooked in this discussion is not who kills the fish but rather what goal and purpose is the fishery being managed for. This is not an allocation debate; it is a management policy debate.

There is a striped bass management bill (H466) currently under consideration in the Legislature that will establish new management goals requiring that the wild striped bass fishery be managed for its greatest economic value. Doing so would, over time, make wild stripers a recreational-only game species through the gradual attrition of commercial permits. Managing wild striped bass as a game species in Massachusetts, according to NOAA data, could help us restore our once $1 billion annual recreational striper fishing industry and generate up to 4,000 new jobs. This is serious business especially for our coastal economies. We should not be ignoring it or pretending that all is well.

This bill, unlike similar bills before it, allows qualifying commercial fishermen to continue harvesting stripers while eliminating those permit holders who are recreational fishermen pretending to be commercial fishermen — “recromercials” — that are taking personal advantage of a broken system.

In 2005, the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries wrote in its newsletter that “… the commercial (striped bass) fishery attracts thousands of participants lured by the idea of subsidizing an expensive hobby.”

This striper bill protects the legitimate commercial fisherman and winnows out the “recromercials” that are buying commercial permits to support their recreational fishing habits and to avoid having to comply with more restrictive recreational regulations.

The Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Advisory Commission (MMFAC) sets the rules and regulations for stripers and other fish stocks within state marine waters. Seven of the nine members of the MMFAC have vested financial interests in commercial fishing. Prior to and under their commercially biased control, many of our fisheries, including wild striped bass, have been degraded primarily due to regulated over-harvesting.

In Massachusetts, over 300 years ago, there were hundreds of times more stripers than today and many individual fish were recorded to be in excess of 100 pounds. About 150 years ago, Massachusetts was the epicenter for large striped bass fishing. Many 80-pound-plus fish were documented and, consequently, the Cape and Islands became major tourist attractions creating an entirely new and welcomed economic industry. Even 50 years ago, a 65- or 70-pound bass would get your name in the paper,  while today, because of permitted degradation, a 50-pound striper is a headliner.

We should not be fooled or become complacent with this new diminished norm that is fueled by misleading declarations of having “a fully recovered fishery.” It’s not true and it’s unacceptable.

In fact, according to NOAA data, because of the decline in the recreational striped bass fishery, Massachusetts has lost more than $300 million to $400 million in annual economic activity and hundreds of jobs each year since 2003. Wild striped bass in Massachusetts are regulated to benefit commercial harvesting, not to support the more economically valuable recreational fishery.

If wild striped bass and the economically valuable recreational striped bass fishery are to be protected and saved from ongoing, commercially sourced temptations, then management objectives need to be redefined by the Legislature. This bipartisan bill does that by establishing new policy goals for the MMFAC to implement.

It creates a policy initiative redirecting regulators to manage this limited, valuable species for its greatest financial value to the public and the commonwealth. Doing so will create a robust fishery, regenerate lost jobs and a return to the billion-dollar recreationally based fishing industry we all once enjoyed and hopefully will regain.

Dean Clark of Marstons Mills and Shrewsbury is on the board of directors of Stripers Forever, a national nonprofit conservation group, and co-chairman of the Massachusetts chapter of Stripers Forever.

http://www.capecodtimes.com/opinion/20180127/massachusetts-mismanages-wild-striped-bass-fishery

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While on the topic of fishing, does your license need renewal or are you in need of a new license? (honestly, I did not even know that salt water fishing required a license) Anyway, follow this link for all license needs and questions (on line renewals/applications, costs, locations.)

 

http://recreationallicenses.org/c/fishing/sc/general-information/massachusetts.html




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SUPER BOWL LII  
( 52-where have all the years gone?!) is scheduled for February 4th. Though nothing formal is planned, the Club will be open.  Watch all the action on our new,BIG screen TV.  Bring chips and finger food and your favorite drink/s.  

 

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Marine Electronics 101
Wednesday February 7, 2018
Dinner @ 6 p.m.
Prepared by Dave Ryan ($10/person) 
 
If you’re thinking about upgrading your electronics or you just want to learn more about using what you have,
this seminar will be one you won’t want to miss.
 
Bring your questions, bring your problems, bring yourself and bring a friend.
 
This will be an informal evening of learning about marine electronics products and new technology that can make
your fishing more productive and your navigation safer.
 
Topics will range from reading sonar, to using radar to finding birds and ‘seeing’ storms coming over the horizon.
 
Learn how to make your own fishing charts and find out about the different types of the fish finders and charting technology.
 
The above are just a few of the topics that will be covered.
 
Regional Training Specialist John Anderson from Garmin will be hosting this event.
 
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Ross Kessler
February 22, 2018
 Dinner @ 6PM
Clam chowder & salad ($10/person) 
 

In 2009 when the state enacted a salt water fishing license the law was met with a lot of skepticism from the angling public.  Where would this money go? Was it another money grab from the state? These were some of the questions that were asked.  Fortunately, there are groups like the Massachusetts Sportsmen’s Council that went to bat for their constituents.  The Sportsmen’s Council  went to the State House lobbied for and received a line in the Salt Water Fishing License law dedicating a full third of all money raised to be dedicated to public access.  Tonight’s talk will discuss how we choose projects, what has been accomplished so far, and what we are planning for the future.

Ross K. Kessler
Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries
Public Access Coordinator
1213 Purchase St.
New Bedford MA, 02740  

 
Please RSVP by February 19, 2018 
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For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com

Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 
 

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OAC E-News – January 10, 2017

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E-News for January 10, 2018  
 

 

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti
 
A new year deserves a new look!  Thanks to E.J. Jaxtimer and his team the clubhouse has never looked better.  Beautiful wainscoting is in the process of being installed as well as a new cabinet to house our large party tables.  
 
Speaking of the Jaxtimers, while many of us were shoveling and freezing, others enjoyed a weekend of fishing in Pirates Cove, Florida. Please see photo below of Team Thresher.
   
 
Getting cabin fever?  There is a Fishing & Hunting Show in Hartford, CT April 6-8, 2018. See bulletin below.
 
 
 
Received today an email from NOAA Fisheries.  A copy is shown below. Click on the link and learn all about the key role  fishermen play in fisheries research.   
 
 
 
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UPCOMING EVENTS  
 
SUPER BOWL LII ( 52-where have all the years gone?!) is scheduled for February 4th. Though nothing formal is planned, the Club will be open.  Watch all the action on our new, BIG screen TV.  Bring chips and finger food and your favorite drink/s.  

      

 

For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com
Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 

 

Silver Sponsors

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OAC E-News – December 21, 2017

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E-News for December 20, 2017  
 

 

The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti
A very Merry Christmas to all members and  families. And, a Happy and Healthy New Year to all- 2018 promises to be an exciting year. 
 
Several weeks ago the Club hosted the Childrens’ Christmas Party (thank you GW Bridge and your girls for helping to set up) which was a very big hit. Santa arrived by Tug at dusk in fog. The children cheered Santa from the deck.  I could go on about the event, but please see the pictures below and  you’ll see why it was so well attended.
 
Last week was the Club’s annual Holiday Party which was held this year at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum. We thank the Maritime Museum for opening its doors to OAC.  A visit to the museum with the family would make a fun, winter outing.
   
Cold, bleak winter is upon us, and to think about warmer days you might be interested in The Fly Fishing Show January 19-21, 2018.  Please see a copy of the brochure below or visit flyfishingshow.com
 
 
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For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com
Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 

 

OAC E-News – December 6, 2017

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E-News for December 6, 2017  
 
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The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti
The month of December continues to be full of holiday spirit and celebration for all. GW Bridge has pulled out all the stops this year for the Youth Christmas Party, and we anticipate an excellent turnout. Still not too late to call family and friends. The Holiday Party to be held at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum will be a lot of fun at a very interesting venue. Please see articles below for the Youth Christmas Party (December 9th) and the Holiday Party (December 14th ) to be held at the Maritime Museum in Hyannis.
 
Need a Christmas gift idea? Andy Little at Powderhorn Outfitters has worked with East Coast Trophy to have the OAC logo engraved on a 20 oz. Yeti tumbler. Cost is $40 which includes the logo. Please contact the Manager before December 12th if interested. Please see photo below.    
 

 

    

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Youth CHRISTMAS PARTY 
 
December 9, 2017
3:30-5:30 
A very special event this year! OAC is happy to have the Barn Babies-traveling petting zoo
   To learn more about Barn Babies, please follow this link   https://www.barnbabies.com 
 
Along with pizza, cookies and most importantly- SANTA!
 
All children, grandchildren and children of prospective members are welcome.
 
And, we have it on special authority that Santa will be not be using his traditional sleigh, but will be arriving via water-sleigh!
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The OAC Board is pleased to announce a
HOLIDAY PARTY
To be held at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum
135 South Street
Hyannis, MA
 in association with Osterville Rotary Club
Thursday, December 14, 2017
6:00-8:00pm
Details as follows:
Raffle tickets will be sold (hopefully all will purchase as there is no admission fee) and as previously announced the proceeds will be shared equally by the Cape Cod Maritime Museum (as they have graciously allowed us to use their facility at no charge) and the OAC Scholarship Fund (and you will be automatically be entered in the club raffle for the TV). Details of the items to be raffled will be published in next week’s E-News.
This is a BYOB event, the Club has arranged for appetizers and Dave Ryan, our member, is providing the Raw Bar- thank you Dave!
Please RSVP by December 12, 2017

 

For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com
Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 

 

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OAC E-News – November 17, 2017

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E-News for November 17, 2017  
 
 
The Manager’s Corner – William Ferretti
   Thank you for your very warm welcome; I enjoyed Awards Night 2017 and look forward to meeting all members.  My goal is quite straight forward: to help you make your club  everything you hope  and want your club to be. My door will always be open – stop by to say hello, brainstorm ideas or even trade tales of the one that got away!
   This past weekend I read about the Boatbuilders Show to be held at the Resort and Conference Center, 35 Scudder Ave, Hyannis, February 2nd-4th. Might be a great way to escape the winter cold and dream about boating.  Beautifully crafted boats are to be on display.  
 
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More photos of the very successful and fun Awards Night of 2017
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
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Youth CHRISTMAS PARTY 
 
December 9, 2017
3:30-5:30 
A very special event this year! OAC is happy to have the Barn Babies-traveling petting zoo
   
 
Along with pizza, cookies and most importantly- SANTA!
 
Please RSVP by December 1, 2017 
 
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The OAC Board is pleased to announce a
HOLIDAY PARTY
To be held at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum
135 South Street
Hyannis, MA
 in association with Osterville Rotary Club
On Thursday, December 14, 2017
Save the date-details to follow
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Please note that maintenance is scheduled for December 1, 2017 to defrost and clean the freezer and beverage cooler.  All unclaimed open wine bottles will be discarded as well as all frozen food in the freezer.  

 

For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com
Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 

 

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OAC E-News – October 26, 2017

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E-News for October 26, 2017 
OAC BOD member Ian Crowley and his dad, Jim Crowley, managed this nice bluefin this past weekend.  The tuna fell for a live mackerel.  Nice Fish!
The Youth Halloween Party scheduled for this Saturday has been CANCELLED due to low attendance.
 
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Please email Kendra some pictures of your great catches and time on the water from 2017 for the awards night slide show
 
Awards Night & OAC Annual Meeting
 Saturday, November 4th at 6pm
Dinner will be catered by the
Chart Room at Crosby’s

  

$20/person
  
Please RSVP by Tuesday, October 31st to 508-420-4336 or

 

For more information, please visit www.ostervilleanglersclub.com
Osterville Anglers Club
PO Box 395  Osterville, MA  02655
508-420-4336

Club Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30am – 3:00pm 

 

Silver Sponsors

 Cape Tire Service  |  Dustbusters  |  KenMark Office Systems  |  Pierce Law