Outings for 2021
Next outing: September 18- 20
I have reserved the usual two cabins at Tom’s Place for the 19th. and 20th. of September. That is a Sunday and Monday night. The weekend nights were booked.I’m asking that any members interested in the trip send $80 to treasurer Dana Kahler to pay for the rooms. If at least 9 members sign up, we’re good to go. If more than that, the club will make a few bucks.Please register right away if you plan to come. I need a count. If more than 12, I’ll have to arrange for extra rooms and/or just tell the later sign ups that they’re on the waiting list.Deadline for reservations and payment of $80 is August 27. If we don’t have enough members signed up by then, the trip will be cancelled and money returned to the disappointed members.
September 18: Outing: COVID: Twin Lakes. No COVID: Eastern Sierra outing, three days Keep fingers crossed!
October 16: Outing to Cedar Grove
November 13: Annual striper outing
Note: Most of these outings involve physical challenges. These will be outlined in the Fly Dope before each outing. Check the current Fly Dope for details. Didn’t get a Fly Dope? Not a member? Fill out a membership application and join us! It’s fun!
January 9 This outing was a great success, with many trout in the net. Check the pictures below .
Leo tries his luck. It was good!
When the fishing is good, word gets around. We had lots of company on the river.
Typical Lower Kings rainbow
February 20: Sycamore Island outing. Read more about the area in the Fly Dope and on this website: https://www.riverparkway.org/things-to-do/fishing-at-sycamore-island
March 20: Upper Kings River Here are some pictures of that outing:
We had a good turnout for this one!
Bill Bruce and Brian Loven showed us how to tight line:
and this shows that fish were caught:
May 22: Cancelled due to snow! Hard to imagine from the point of view of summer!
June 5: Successful outing to Weaver Lake. Some pictures:
Some of my favorite High Sierra trout flies
Past year’s outings
The outing to First Dinkey Lake was a success. Luckily for us, the smoke from wildfires had not yet polluted the air, the weather cooperated, and fish were caught in a beautiful High Sierra setting. Here are a few pictures: