PACIFIC OCEAN FISHING ORGANIZATIONS
Association of California
The Sportfishing Association of California, commonly known as SAC,
is a non-profit industry organization consisting of sportfishing
landing owners, skippers, crews, sportfishing and live bait hauling
boat owners, and sportdive boat owners whose principal home ports
range from Morro Bay to San Diego.
The Billfish Foundation is a non-profit organization with the objective
of conservation and enhancement of billfish populations worldwide
through scientific research, education, and advocacy.
International Billfish Tournament
The Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (HIBT) is known around
the world as the “Grandfather of All Big Game Fishing Tournaments”.
This 45-year-old non-profit tournament was founded by Peter S. Fithian
and six others to publicize Hawaii’s Kona Coast through the
medium of a big game fishing contest. The HIBT has become a tradition
in the coastal town of Kailua-Kona, located on the Big Island of
America’s 50th State.
Big Game Fishing Club
HBGFC's headquarters originally was in Honolulu, but was later moved
to Kona, Hawaii, which is known for its big fish and calm water.
One of the oldest fishing clubs in the USA, chartered in 1909. HBGFC's
membership is approximately 300.
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