The Montauk Surfcasters Association is a non-profit organization that:
Preserves and protects the privilege to fish on Long Island.
Represents MSA on the Fishing Advisory Board, an ad hoc committee which advises New York State on matters affecting surf fishermen such as permit regulations, beach access, fees, habitat & use of State Parks.
Represents fishermen on matters affecting the use of Suffolk County Parks
Lobbies elected officials on regulations affecting the fishery, habitat protection and other environmental matters.
Monitors State and local candidates for office and informs membership on issues affecting fishermen.

Annual activities of the M.S.A include:
Spring and fall clean-up of the beaches surrounding Montauk Point; participation in National Beach Clean-up Day; spring clean-up at Cedar Beach.
Annual poster contest in Montauk as part of Oktoberfest.
Annual picnic at Suffolk County Park - Third House.
Participation in fishing seminars.

• Annual membership dues are $15.00 for adults 18 years and older; $20.00 for family.
Members in good standing receive a quarterly newsletter.
Six meetings per year: Four meetings held on the first Saturday in May, June, October and November in Montauk; two meetings held in Islip on the first Saturday of January and March.

President: Willy Young
Vice President: Mike Lang
Treasure: Paul Valenti
Communications Director: Jay Blatt
Recording Secretary:  [Open]
Membership: Maryann Young
Vice President Emeritus (deceasesd): Ken Dobos
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Original Website Design: Peresh Dave
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