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- 2018 August Month Long IGFA Tournament Form (PDF)
2018 August Month Long IGFA Tournament Form (Google Docs)
2018 August Month Long IGFA Tournament Form
- 2018 Fill-In Weight Receipt (PDF)
2018 Fill-In Weight Receipt (Google Docs)
- 2018 San Diego Anglers Membership Application and Release of Liability (PDF)
2018 San Diego Anglers Membership Application and Release of Liability (Google Docs)
This is the San Diego Anglers membership application and release of liability that must completed and submitted for consideration into the San Diego Anglers Family Fishing Club. You can either mail in your application with applicable fees or just bring the application to the next schedule meeting. See our calendar for the next club meeting. All club meetings are on the 1st Wednesday of the month at the Bahia Hotel & Resort on Mission Bay Drive, Bay View Room, 5th Floor.
- IGFA Rules 2017 (PDF)
IGFA Rules 2017 (Google Docs)
IGFA Rules 2017
- Proof of Boat Insurance Document v2014 (PDF)
Proof of Boat Insurance Document v2014 (Google Docs)
This form must be completed by each member that wants to use his/her boat in a club sponsored event and/or tournament. This form must be on file with the Membership Director prior to participation in the event.
- DFW Declaration Form (PDF)
DFW Declaration Form (Google Docs)
Importation law: Section 2353 Fish & Game Code Notwithstanding any other provision of law, birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, or amphibia may be brought into this state and possessed if legally taken and legally possessed outside of this state and a declaration is submitted to the Department or a designated state or federal agency at or immediately prior to the time of entry. Declaration is not required if shipped by common carrier under a bill of lading. This form may be photocopied. The original copy of the declaration form shall be retained by the person importing the fish or game into the State. One copy shall be mailed to the Department of Fish and Wildlife, 1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento, CA 95814, within 24 hours after entering the State. One copy shall be deposited at the point of entry with any state or federal agency or officer, and one copy shall remain with the fish or game if transported by other than owner or common carrier. \"Point of entry\" refers to the city or town nearest your point of entry into California.
- FCC Ship Station License Application Instructions (PDF)
FCC Ship Station License Application Instructions (Google Docs)
Instrctions Sheet - Applying for a FCC Ship Station License and a FCC Restricted Radio/Telephone Operators Permit. All boats with a VHF radio are now required to have a FCC Ship Station License when traveling in International Waters. So for most of that fish in Mexico, we now need to have this VHF Ship License as well as an Operators License. There have been some cases of the Mexican Navy asking for these permits when boarding your boat for inspection. If you don\'t have them you will more than likely be asked to leave Mexican waters.