When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before and the first of what is still to come.
Celebrate opening day on the water!
Join the outing on April 28th!
This is an important opportunity to advocate for healthy waterways and habitats.
Unable to attend a meeting?
Saturday's Kelsey outing was successful from what I saw. Most members caught more fish than usual. John Highsmith said he caught 17 fish. Jean and I caught more fish from the main lake than we caught in all of the years we have fished in the past. Jean caught a nice 18" LMB and I caught the largest bluegill I have even landed at 12".
April 25th 6:30 pm to 9 pm
Upcoming outings include Beardsley Afterbay and the one-fly contest at White Pines. Come and tie a Rob Snowhite's Damselfly Nymph in a variety of colors. Sawyer will be leading the class as our guest instructor!
$5 gets you instruction and materials to tie 3 flies. All equipment and materials provided.
April 28th 7 am to noon!
Come and celebrate opening day at this great fishery! Bring your float tubes and favorite trout flies and we will explore this afterbay that holds great trout. Breakfast will be provided- lunch is on your own. Don't have a float tube? No problem! Explore the river downstream. It can be a great producer too!
Access depends upon whether or not the road to the afterbay is open. Mike Nicholson is going to make sure we are good to go. Amy Terra is providing food and onsite support. Contact either for more information!
Join Bill Beckett and fishing for largemouth bass at this local Delta water. Contact Bill for more information. No host lunch at Bob's or Garlic Brothers.
Join the Calaveras Fly Fishers in a friendly angling competition how many or the biggest fish caught with a single fly. Your entrance fee helps a local scholarship fund and includes an awesome BBQ tri-tip lunch. If you are an advanced fisher, you can help reclaim one of the awards for our club. If you are new to stillwater fly fishing, watch our best anglers and learn their secrets. Contact Bob Fujimura or read his article in the April DFF newsletter for more information. If you are a DFF member and planning to attend please let Bob know before April 30th.
Come to John R. Williams school for an informative program, snacks, raffle and fish stories!
Mark Cottrell, a fly fishing guide from Sonora, CA, will speak on fly fishing the Stanislaus River and surrounding lakes from Kennedy Meadows to Oakdale. Mark grew up in the Burney, CA area, fly fishing Hat Creek.,the Pit River and other trout waters in Nor Cal. He has tied commercially and taught fly tying for over 25 yrs. He has also guided for 20 years for the Mother Lode Fly Shop and independently.
House of Coffees in Lodi
Bring your tying supplies and your best fish stories to the House of Coffees- order up a coffee, tea or craft beer and tie one or two on with club members!
"Take care of the fish, and the fishing will take care of itself."
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