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Dealer Spotlight: Cape Romain Marine

Since 2002, Richard and Shelley Powers, along with their devoted team at Cape Romain Marine, have served boaters in the low country and across the state with a family-oriented environment and customer-focused service.

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Casting change for reel growth

As a founding member and former chairman of the South Carolina Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, the president of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses, and a key leader in the launch of the South Carolina Boating and Fishing Alliance, White has pushed for industry-led legislation in the SC House and across the country. “The industry in our state has come a long way, but we still have a long way to go,” said White.

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A Reel Year for SCBFA

The South Carolina Boating & Fishing Alliance (SCBFA) had quite the inaugural year as the organization traveled throughout the Palmetto State to unite and advance the industry through industry-wide awareness campaigns, advocacy, and grassroots efforts.

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Dealer Spotlight: Marshall’s Marine

When you are in the Lake City or Georgetown area, be sure to check out SCBFA partner and dealer Marshall’s Marine, which houses top boating brands as well as various other off-road vehicles.

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Dealer Spotlight: The Boathouse

Since 1987, Grant Kaple and his team at the Hilton Head Boathouse have strived to provide anglers and boaters the best experience on the water with services ranging from sales, storage, repairs, and tackle.

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The Carolina’s Longest Running Bass Trail Joins SCBFA

The Carolina’s largest and longest running bass fishing trail, the Carolina Anglers Team Trail (CATT), has joined the South Carolina Boating & Fishing Alliance as a founding member.

The tournament organization, founded in 1997, has between 2,200-3,000 participants each year across its 270 tournaments that are held on lakes and waterways in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia.

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Floodwater Commission Chairman Calls on the Boating and Fishing Industry​

Nearly every Christian has a passage of scripture that serves as a guiding truth in their life. For conservative environmental lawyer, South Carolina Boating and Fishing Alliance founding member, and South Carolina Floodwater Commission Chairman Dr. Tom Mullikin, one of those verses is Genesis 2:15, “And the Lord God took man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.”

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Boating, Fishing & Football for Kentucky Game

The South Carolina Boating and Fishing Alliance is a proud sponsor of the South Carolina Gamecocks and will showcase some of the nation’s most iconic boats and fishing tackle brands in Gamecock Village prior to the football game against Kentucky on Saturday, September 25, in a first-of-it’s-kind boating and fishing exhibition.

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Legislative Update 2021

In our inaugural year, the SC Boating & Fishing Alliance demonstrated just how impactful our state’s boating and fishing enthusiasts and business leaders can be in the legislative process.

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Back Your Water

COLUMBIA, S.C. (May 18, 2021) — Two South Carolina nonprofits are teaming up to help promote and protect some of the state’s most famous waterways.

Outdoor enthusiasts have the opportunity to get some brag swag sun shirts featuring their favorite waterways with the added bonus of conserving and protecting the state’s world-famous waterways.

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Protecting and Expanding Boating and Fishing in South Carolina

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Protecting and Expanding Boating and Fishing in South Carolina

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Please note this membership is for individuals. If you would like to contribute on behalf of your business, please email: membership@scbfa.com

Contributions to the organization are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.