Sailfish Blue Crush

The West Palm Beach Fishing Club is truly a historic organization. Sportsmen and fishermen spend a lot of time on the water and are often the first ones to notice a problem with local fish populations. Consequently, they are also the first ones to sound the alarm that something is not right.

Our Sailfish Blue Crush is inspired by the atlantic sailfish itself and the generation of sportsmen who protect at the West Palm Beach Fishing Club.

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Behind the Collection

sailfish blue crush design on the back of an arctic blue performance longsleeve shirt

Sailfish Left Teaser! Palm Beach was born as it became known as the sailfish capital of the world. Our world class sportfishing has brought millions of people to Florida’s coasts and generated billions towards our economy. Known for the Reef Dart, the deepest artificial reef in America, the West Palm Beach Fishing Club and Foundation was our nation’s first fishing club and is known for being the first organization to promote the catch and release of sailfish.

The Sailfish Blue Crush design is inspired by the sailfish, a salty predator slashing baits at the fastest speed in the ocean!

How your purchase helps save and protect our ecosystem

  • Has helped donate $25,000 to our nonproift partners to continue their research and conservation efforts
  • Plants a mangrove through MANG’s Buy One. Plant One. initiative.
  • Brings awareness to the collected efforts of MANG and our nonprofit partners to restore and conserve our ecosystems
Child in classroom raising hand to ask a question to a mang education volunteer about mangrove restoration

Want to Learn More?

Check out these links to learn more about what West Palm Beach Fishing Club is doing for the local community and coastal reefs.

Read about WPBFC’s current initiatives

Learn more about WPBFC’s history and legacy

Check out WPBFC’s Reef Dart program and how you can help