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Fishing & Boaters Safety

We’re making memories with friends by the lake with our new Florida Fish and Wildlife Freshwater Fishing and Boaters Safety Camp!

Fishing and Boaters Safety Camp.

We’re making memories with friends by the lake with our new Florida Fish and Wildlife Freshwater Fishing and Boaters Safety Camp!

This camp provides instruction on a variety of fishing skills, including fish identification and biology, basic boat navigation and angler techniques. With our water safety instructors by their side, campers will gain an appreciation for the sport of fishing as well as ethical angling. Campers will also gain confidence as they learn how to handle small John boats with electric motors. Under Blue Waters freshwater fishing and basic boating skills camp is based on the successful pilot program developed by FWC. A fishing Camp program that goes far beyond helping young people learn a healthy lifetime sport and the importance of conservation stewardship.


Lake Ida Park East 950 NW 9th St, Delray Beach, FL 33444

Drop Off:

Sign-in starts at 8: 45am. Keep in mind to go to Lake Ida EAST, not Lake Ida Park. This park is next to Delray Beach Playhouse Theater. You will go through a neighborhood to get to this secluded park. UBW staff will be near the big tree in the grass field.

Pick Up:

All campers must be picked up no later than 3:15pm, a $5 fee will be applied after every 5 minutes. For the safety of your child, campers will only be allowed to leave with those persons listed on campers family profile and waiver. If you need to add a person to pick up, please email the office. Please keep in mind we do not have aftercare.


Campers are required to bring their own lunch, and snacks for the day. Under Blue Waters staff cannot provide food, nor can they help campers open their lunches. Please pack lunches and snacks your child can open themselves. Campers are reminded to drink plenty of water during the day, so they do not become dehydrated. Please pack an appropriate amount of water for the day. We encourage at-least three bottles of water. Our staff will have cold water bottles on site for $5 a day.

What to Wear/Bring:

The following is a list of what campers should wear and/or bring in a backpack each day:

  • Water (we suggest at least 3 bottles)
  • UBW Camp Rashguard/Swim shirt.* (must be one of our camp shirts, required for lifeguard and safety purpose)
  • Comfortable outdoor clothing* (Shorts, lightweight, easy dry)*
  • Swimsuit (please have campers wearing swimsuit at arrival)
  • Sunscreen
  • Towels
  • Lunch & Snack*Drinks (we suggest an isolated lunchbox with ice packs)
  • Water shoes or sandals
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat

Campers are welcome to bring their own water sports equipment to practice on, but it is not mandatory.

Any required medication (Please indicate medication on the campers profile/ waiver and let Camp Director know any details needed at morning check in. PLEASE INITIAL EVERYTHING CAMPER BRINGS WITH THEM TO CAMP. We will take precautions to ensure students’ belongings are kept safe: however, we are not responsible for items lost or stolen. Electronic devices such as cell phones, video games,I-Pads, etc… are not permitted. If any one of these items are brought to camp they will be confiscated by the counselors and returned to the parents/guardians at the end of the day. If you need to contact your child during the session, please call Under Blue Waters at 561-715-0499 and our staff will get you in contact with your camper. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at 561-715-0499 or email us at Info@UnderBlueWaters. You can also find more information regarding other UBW programming, and our safety protocol, at www.underbluewaters.com

Cancellation and Refund Policy:

Under Blue Waters can not issue refunds for canceled reservations.If for any reason participants need to cancel or reschedule their reservation, Under Blue Waters will provide a credit to be redeemed on future purchases minus a $15 administrative fee.

Campers are required to wear a UBW rash-guard/shirt and have a completed Camper Profile and Waiver Form on file.