Welcome to the
Hillsborough Sportfishing Club
The Hillsborough Sportfishing Club (HSFC) consists of a diverse group of men, women, young adults, and kids who share the adventure of sportfishing. More than that, we like to help people learn how to fish and enjoy the sport at a reasonable cost. We do this through education, fishing trips, and partnering with private business and non-profit organizations to sponsor fundraising events for charitable organizations. We have fun doing what we do please come join us.
The HSFC Recent News
Because of our success and support of local communities and statewide businesses, this tournament continues to grow. For the first time, the tournament will be headquartered at two locations; Captain Bill’s Restaurant in Morehead City and the OBX Marina in Wanchese. We welcome sponsors, volunteers, and participants to help with the growth of this event. Please visit the Tournament page for information.
Let us prepare a meal for your family and friends. For our Spring fundraiser, we are preparing BBQ chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, and potato salad for take-out for $7.00 per plate. We are located across the street from the Walmart parking lot in Hillsborough, NC.
Our next monthly meeting is Thursday, May 7th, at Huey's Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Mebane, NC. Come join us at 6:30 pm for an informal social gathering and dinner. The meeting starts at 7:00 pm.
The HSFC and the L.A. Dixin Chapter of the NWTF had a very successful exhbit at the Dixie Deer Classic held at the NC State Fairgrounds on February 27 - March 1, 2015. We enjoyed talking to hundreds of people about how they can help the Wounded Warrior Project by participating in the NC Offshore Challenge Tournament. Congratulations to the winner of the offshore fishing trip during the tournament, and the winner of the fishing pole donated by Bass Pro Shops.
The HSFC was an exhibitor at the Expo held at the NC State Fairgrounds on January 9-11, 2015. This was a very successful event for us with lots of folks stopping by to learn how they can participate in the NC Offshore Challenge Tournament and support the Wounded Warrior Project.
The catfishing trip to Santee Cooper, SC on Saturday, February 21, 2015, was a cold one and not many fish caught; however, those that went reported that they had a very enjoyable time and learned a lot from the fishing guide.