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2013 SWWA Spring Banquet
Saturday, March 30, 2013
*All reservations must be received no later than 
Monday March 25th. 2013

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A fishing club for everyone in the Portland and Vancouver area
who are interested in all types of sport fishing.

The SWWA is incorporated and operates as a non-profit, non-sectarian organization. Dedicated to the conservation and preservation of the fisheries resources in the Pacific Northwest.

The clubs purpose is to work with and encourage constituted authorities and other conservation organizations to promote sportfishing in a sportsmanlike manner. Provide scientific and practical assistance to fisheries management of land and water resources. Assist management of watersheds to provide a viable aquatic habitat. Preserve and enhance fisheries through wise angling regulations. Provide our members and the general public with accurate information on sport fisheries and promote and maintain friendly relations between land owners and sportsmen.

Why you should join SWWA...
The club supports other organizations that help preserve and enhance all types of fishing in the Pacific Northwest.

Our members themselves are involved and support activities that help protect and improve local fisheries such as; Fin Clipping, Fish Feeding, Stream Enhancement and Garbage Collection.

Monthly meetings include specialty speakers who keep us informed and up to date on the sportfishing interest as well as information on place to fish and different techniques.

Join the SWWA and help your fishing community!

Quit Wishing.......


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