FHRRA is located off a spur of the Grand River in Lake County, Ohio. It is about a
thirty minute (no wake) boat ride from the sheltered club grounds to the open waters of
the Central Basin of Lake Erie.
The club is comprised of fishing enthusiasts and their families from the Northeast Ohio
area. A non-profit organization chartered in 1980, FHRRA's charter is "Fishermen for
Cleaner Waters". The club is involved in many community service functions, including
the Annual Fairport Kids Fishing Derby, Handicapped Kids Fishing Derby, and Fairport Senior Citizens Center Fish Fry.
FHRRA also sponsors the Annual Fairport Open Walleye Fishing Contest and the Women's Walleye Contest.
Members of the club fish for a variety of species, including walleye, steelhead trout,
perch, and small mouth bass. About half of the club members have powerboats, and
90% are launched from the club's three improved ramps. The club grounds also include 28 docks that are leased to club members each year.