OUR CAUSE

10% OF PROFITS SUPPORT BEACH CONSERVATION & THE PROTECTION OF NATURAL FISHING HABITATS

The Atlantic Surf is committed to making sure the tradition of surfcasting can be enjoyed for years to come. Selected for their work rooted in the preservation of fishing habitats and restoration of weather-damaged beaches, 10% of all profits will be donated to organizations who support our cause.

HELPING TO PRESERVE OUR NATURAL FISHING HABITATS

Fish are one of the most important animals on our planet, playing a major role in a number of natural ecosystems, our food supply, and as a source of recreation for anglers all over the world. It is crucial that we continue to find ways to preserve such an important animal, and while a number of organizations exist to ensure the sustainability of fish and fishing for years to come, we have a long way to go. Taking care of our fishing habitats through a reduction in pollution, overfishing, and the prevention of habitat destruction all play a key role in sustaining vibrant fish ecosystems. As fishermen, ocean lovers, and human beings; we are in support of organizations doing everything they can to tackle this global challenge.

WORKING TO PROTECT THE ATLANTIC SHORELINE

However you spend your time on the sand, there is a growing need for more attention and effort to be spent on keeping our beaches protected. Our beaches are the final barrier between us and the great unknown and they serve a number of ecological benefits that are often overlooked. Sand dunes play an important role in regulating and purifying our water and beaches house a number of plants and animals that only thrive in the desert-like dune environment. These barriers are also important to protect our homes as they have the ability to protect us from coastal erosion and flooding. Very simply, we love our beaches, they are important, and we need to do what we can to protect them.

CURRENT RECIPIENTS

"The sea are full of fishes, and until such time as we manage to destroy their nursery grounds or harry them into extinction by ill-advised commercial exploitation, they will remain a burgeoning renewable resource."
- Frank Woolner