I own my own business so often work comes first, but I also go fishing on short notice in the afternoons during the week. Especially during the summer when fishing seems to be the most consistent here (if you can take the heat). This works well for a lot of the active duty marines at MCAS Yuma since a lot of their work days start early and often end early. If you want to go let me know. I don't visit the NAFC forums very often (maybe a couple times a month), so its best to keep on eye on the Take Me Fishing section on my forums, or send me a PM on my site. www.YumaBassMan.com
Also, if you have Sundays off you might check out my fishing club. Yuma Pro Am. Its a draw team format, and a lot of active and retired marines fish it. Perhaps half the club. www.yumaproam.com One tournament a month and you draw a different random partner every month so you get to fish with lots of different people.
ALSO... I have some fun backwater places to go that tournament clubs never fish, and even one or two that I have to paddle in with my canoe, walk across the desert portaging my canoe, and then drop it back in the water. I have a cradle roller for the canoe so its usually not horrible, but its still hard work if you are up for it. Also, lots of places I go taking my smaller bass boat (The Tin Can), and of course my big bass boat on the big river.
Pitching in to help with gas is appreciated, but a lot of young marines and especially those with families may not have it to spend. If you are fishing with me and you can't afford to help out just let me know up front. I probably won't burn a tank of gas running 15-20 miles up river, but I know my way around Yuma pretty well. Lots of places we can go have a shot at a toad that don't require a huge fuel expenditure.