Water is still booming out of Comanche and Hogan both. Neither is fishable
and probably dangerous.
On February 12, the club held its first
ever spey and switch rod casting clinic.
In the morning, Willy George of the Golden Gate Casting Club will be the
featured instructor. Mr. George and several other members gave a
great presentation to introduce spey equipment and basic spey casting to
our members. In the afternoon, there was a Casting
Olympics. Four events,accuracy to three distance rings, fly in the
bucket, setting off a mousetrap, and staying in the lines. The first
prize, a new rod and reel, went to Marty Kjelson. Congratulations Marty!
Lunch was provided by Larry Schmidt and Earl Summers.
The Trout Bout will be held on March 4th. Everyone
hope for good weather on that day. Karen and John Keagy will host this
event. Four members needed at the shed at 5:30, more from 7:00 through
The club will hold a Kids Day at Oak Grove the
following day, March 5th. Hopefully, there will still be some trout left
from the derby. Club will provide dogs and burgers, members encouraged
to bring a putluck dish. You must pay at the gate for this event. Do Not
use your club pass for free admission to the park.
March meeting will bee held at John R. Williams
school. Speaker will be guide Scott Sugimoto whe will present a program
on fishing the lower Sacramoto river. Social pre-meeting at 6:30,
general meeting at 7:00.