South Sound Chapter (SSC) of Puget Sound Anglers (PSA) is a membership driven organization located in Olympia, Washington.
There are currently 16 PUGET SOUND ANGLERS chapters throughout western Washington. These chapters all belong to the Puget Sound Anglers State Board. This is the fastest growing sport fishing organization in the state.
Puget Sound Anglers have been involved in stream enhancements, remote site incubators hatching salmon, educational forums, state legislation & Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife advisory committees.
We also participate in fishing with children through a joint project called Kast for Kids. PSA assists developmentally disabled persons catch their first fish. One chapter has an outing for the blind.
We have a program whereby our members take veterans fishing.
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Our average number of members is 125, of which, usually 1/2 the membership regularly attend our meetings.
We do not provide, nor allow alcohol to be consumed at any of our meetings.
Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at the Woodland Creek (Lacey) Community Center
6729 Pacific Avenue, SE Lacey, WA 98503, beginning at 7 PM.
To become a member:
(Please complete a membership application. See below.)
Annual Membership Fees:
Included in the membership fee is a subscription to the Reel News monthly publication (worth the price of membership by itself).
We also usually have a guest speaker who enlightens us on fishing, crabbing or things pertinent to fisherpersons, which is again worth the price of membership by itself.
To join, simply print out the membership application form, fill it out, and mail the form to the Secretary or Membership Chairman along with a personal check, or money order. Better yet, bring the application and cash or check with you to our next meeting.
Address: South Sound Chapter
Puget Sound Anglers
PO Box 1002