No Outing Planned
"Learn how to Tight Line"
We are lucky to have Jared Kaji as a club member. He is an expert using this technique and has converted several club members who have increased their success rate dramatically!
Date: February 11, but we will update based on water conditions.
Place: Hope to fish either the Upper Kings or the Merced, but again will update based on water levels.
Hosted by Hank Urback and Bob Papazian. This is a fun outing and the rumor is that this year the big fish are back!
Date: March 11, but we will update based on water conditions.
Place: Kings river behind Avocado lake but again will update based on water levels.
Due to Heavy Rains, the trip was postponed until
Date: April 22, 2017
Unfortunately, the weather is not going to cooperate, as they are forecasting rain and strong winds for Saturday.
Rain and high winds will keep us of the water.
So we are postponing the Striper outing for a few weeks until Saturday, April 22.
If you are planning on attending
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I need a count to make sure that we have enough burgers for all attendees.
Also all attendees are requested to bring a small side dish like a salad, fruit, desert to share with others.
We will meet in the parking lot of the launch area.
San Luis O'neill Forebay Presentation
"Still Water trout"
This is a favorite of many club members; usually, lots of fish for everyone who participates. Float tubes, kayaks or canoes are a must to get to the fish. All you have to do is find the right fly! Bring a lunch!
Date: May 13
Place: Hume Lake
Another great fishery! You can fish from shore, but with the water levels, as high as they are you probably depend on your “roll cast”. This is a great place to use Float tubes, kayaks or canoes! There are many campsites available in the area. Bite is always better at sunrise or sunset; so come early and stay over!
Date: June 10
Place: Courtright or Wishon
This Outing will be hosted by Jack and Sue Leveque. This is always a fun day; we meet at “Big Meadow” a place that our club restored. The fish are small but eager. Many small meadow ponds connected together by an aquifer. It is best to use waders to get around. Mostly, short cast required!
Date: July 15 Moved to August 5 because of high water conditions…..
Place: Big Meadow
August: "Camping in the high Sierras"
We get the opportunity to fish streams, lakes and even little creeks. We will rent several campsites for both Friday and Saturday nights. Saturday Dinner at Vermillion resort; time for story-telling and setting plans for the next day.
Date: August 18 - 20
Place: Edison Lake and area
"High Mountain Adventure"
John Cameron will be hosting this outing. Make sure to bring lot of water and fowl weather gear. There are always fish to catch; mostly Brookies with a few Rainbows! Easy hike about 3 miles each way with a gradual change in elevation. If you plan on staying the night you’ll need a permit. You can also do the loop and hit 4 lakes and about 7 miles total.
Date: September 9
Place: Dinky Lakes
"East Side Trip"
Leo Labbe will be hosting this outing. The group stays at Tom’s Place with old time rustic cabins, friendly bar and restaurant. Saturday Prime Rib dinner special is available for under $15.00. Fishing is “A La Carte”; you can choose Hot creek, Owens River, Convict, Silver, Mammoth Crowley Lakes or take several different hikes to high altitude lakes. This is just a few of the available options. We have reserved 3 cabins on a first come basis as follows:
Cabin 23 is for 2 couples. It has 2 rooms with full size beds. Cost is $55 per person for 2 nights.
Cabin 25 & 26 both have 6 beds. It is set up dorm style and can accommodate 6 friendly people. Cost is $50.00 per person for 2 nights.
Date: September 15 - 17
Place: Tom’s Place
"Lahontan Cutthroat Trout"
Leo Labbe will be hosting this outing. The group stays at Indian Creek Campground located near Markleeville. No reservations; it is a first come basis. It has many campsites. Fees in the main campground are $20/night for a single site and $32/night for a double site. A second area, designed for walk-in tent camping, has 10 sites, which cost $14/night. Persons 62 and older with Golden Age Passports are entitled to a 50-percent reduction in camping fees. The restroom has flush toilets and hot showers. Drinking water and a sanitary dump station are provided.
The main attraction to the area is Heenan Lake. It is famous for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout.
BASIC INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW:
ONLY open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, CLOSED Monday-Thursday
Season opens the Friday before Labor Day, closes the last Sunday in October
Fishing only allowed from Sunrise to Sunset
Indian Creek Reservoir streams and rivers nearby also offer good fishing and there are many
Date: October 13 - 14
Place: Heenan Lake
"Upper King Wild Trout"
Another great day on the river; most folks start at Garnet Dyke; from there you can hike up river and fish along the way or pick a spot along the road. It’s up to you to select the area to fish.
Date: November 4
Place: Garnet Dyke