The Nevada Striper Club Launches New Website

Top Quote Las Vegas fishermen will have plenty of eye candy to view on the Nevada Striper Club’s new website . After a year of construction by a member of the club, the website is finished and features photos, tournament information and fishing reports. End Quote
    QuoteStriper Club member Mike O'Donnell showing off his 23.8 pound striped bass on the websites photo page.Quote
  • Las Vegas, NV-AZ (1888PressRelease) May 06, 2009 - The non-profit fishing organization’s resources are limited to volunteer work and grass roots fund raising, so the homegrown site will be a valuable tool for attracting new members and a great resource for the community. The club’s President David Duncan said “We have finally joined the 21st century by entering cyber space”.

    The Nevada Striper Club has a long history in Southern Nevada for being a family oriented club that always steps up to the plate when called upon to contribute to the community. Fishing and having fun are their favorite pastimes as you will see when you check out the site. Along with meeting times and contact information, the website also has links to sponsors and friends of the club.

    Striped Bass are the dominant species found in the fertile waters of Lake Mead. It is estimated that there are 10 million stripers and 5 million other game fish in the Lake. Creel census shows that 70% of game fish harvested at Lake Mead are Striped Bass. This site will help inform the novice angler about this great fishery.

    Offering a wealth of information, the Nevada Striper Club is the most inexpensive way to learn how to catch fish 12 months a year. So please drop them a line and see what bites. Everyone is welcome and the fun never stops.

    Contact info:

    Tony Resma, Vice President
    Nevada Striper Club
    viceprez ( @ ) nevadastriperclub dot org

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