The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) San Diego Chapter will be putting on their annual fundraiser banquet on June 12th, 2021 at Portuguese Hall in Point Loma. This marks the first in-person banquet since 2019 for CCA California, and all proceeds will continue to go towards fighting for anglers’ rights to fish here in California.
This year is “All About Ohana” and the San Diego chapter is inviting everyone to come out and celebrate together. “This is a great opportunity for our entire family in the fishing community to come out and celebrate with us as life gets back to normal here in 2021,” said San Diego Chapter President David Chavez. “Our team has worked extremely hard over the last year and a half, as we’ve had to face adversity in canceling and rescheduling so many times because of the pandemic. But we are really excited to put on a great event for our community.”
General Admission tickets are currently available for $75, and tables (seating 10 people) are available for $750. All tickets and tables come with food, a drink ticket, and a 1-year membership to CCA. Online registration is strongly recommended this year and can be done at CCACalifornia.org.
Big thanks to our many sponsors this year for all of their donations towards our exciting target raffles, silent auctions, and live auctions, including Firestone 805, Cutwater Spirits, San Diego Marlin Club, San Diego Anglers, BD Outdoors, Dana Landing, Fastlane Kayak & Sail Center, Squidco, Fisherman’s Processing, Fisherman’s Landing, TB Metal Art, Fishing Syndicate, and many others!
All proceeds raised at our annual banquet will go directly to CCA California, as we continue to advocate for all saltwater anglers, and continue to battle legislation like recently stalled Assembly Bill 3030 in California from 2020
For more information about CCA California or to purchase your tickets, please visit www.ccacalifornia.org.
The Coastal Conservation Association of California (CCA CAL) was created in 2015 when recreational anglers and outdoor enthusiasts came together to work for the conservation and enhancement of our marine resources and coastal environments.
Today, CCA CAL is working to protect not only the health, habitat, and sustainability of our marine resources but also the interests of recreational saltwater anglers. Their goal is to protect your access to the marine resources you cherish and enjoy every day. CCA CAL consists of 2,300 members spread across 7 local chapters in Southern California.