CCA Membership Information: Membership in CCA (Standard $35.00) (Associate $20) or (Youth $10) is required to fish the STAR tournament, your membership must be renewed yearly is separate from the STAR tournament entry fee of $25.00, which is a yearly entry fee.
- 1 What comes with a CCA membership?
- 2 How do I enter the Star Tournament?
- 3 What is CCA in Texas?
- 4 What is CCA Texas star tournament?
- 5 What is a CCA membership?
- 6 What is CCA fishing?
- 7 What happens if you catch a tagged redfish in Texas?
- 8 What does the CCA stand for?
- 9 How long has the CCA been around?
- 10 What do you do if you catch a tagged redfish?
What comes with a CCA membership?
Benefits include lifetime membership, lifetime member card, lifetime subscription to TIDE magazine, an exclusive “Heritage Member” window decal, standard membership decal, state fish decals and a “Heritage Member” display piece suitable for home or office.
How do I enter the Star Tournament?
A Youth member must be at least 6 years old in 2021 in order to be eligible to enter the STAR tournament. The Youth member must sign-up for the current year STAR tournament. Entry fee is “FREE” but will not be automatically included with a Youth membership.
What is CCA in Texas?
The Coastal Conservation Association is a non-profit marine conservation organization. It is comprised of 17 coastal state chapters spanning the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic seaboard. CCA began in 1977 after drastic commercial overfishing along the Texas coast decimated redfish and speckled trout populations.
What is CCA Texas star tournament?
2021 STAR Tournament The State of Texas Angler’s Rodeo (STAR) Tournament is the annual membership recruitment drive for CCA Texas. The tournament spans the entire Texas Gulf Coast and offers current CCA Texas members the chance to win over $1,000,000 in prizes and scholarships.
What is a CCA membership?
EVERY MEMBER COUNTS. The California Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) is a non-profit trade association, formed in 1917, that represents California’s ranchers and beef producers in legislative and regulatory affairs.
What is CCA fishing?
The Coastal Conservation Association is a grassroots, non-profit, social movement organization of salt water anglers from 17 coastal states spanning the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic, and Pacific coasts. The CCA is primarily concerned with the restoration and conservation of coastal marine resources.
What happens if you catch a tagged redfish in Texas?
What to do if I catch a STAR tagged redfish? Remove the visible portion of the tag, and release the redfish regardless of condition. Head for the nearest weigh station to turn it in and fill out a weigh-in form. The weigh station will retain the tag.
What does the CCA stand for?
CCA is a rating used in the battery industry to define a battery’s ability to start an engine in cold temperatures.
How long has the CCA been around?
Why will CCA work? CCA has been around since 1977 and has developed a set of business operating policies and principles that has guided the organization from 14 members to more than 140,000 today.
What do you do if you catch a tagged redfish?
People who catch tagged fish should cut off the tags and record the following information: species, tag number, date, location captured (waterbody and nearest landmark or latitude/longitude), length (total or fork length), fate of the fish (kept, released with or without tag, etc.), and the gear used for capture.