FLYCASTERS is affiliated with other groups whose events are coming up soon --
Also - Veterans First Fly Fishing is having its 5th Annual VFFF Benefit Dinner on Friday, November 4th, - starting at 5:00pm at the Fremont Elks Lodge - All you can eat crab feed, pasta, salad, garlic bread - Live and Silent Auctions - tickets and more information online at http://www.nccfff.org/
And on Saturday November 12th - the 39th annual Albacore Feed raises money for the Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project (an integral part of Flycasters' STEP program and the Ed Foundation) doors open at 6:00pm - Dinner at 7:00pm. Location is The Recreation Center - 1161 Crane St. in Castroville, CA - Door prizes and Silent Auctions - Dinner tickets are $20 - (kids under 12 are $10) tickets available at the door --- Contact Hugh Miller or Don Chesarek for details ---
The Vogelsang Backpacking fishout is being led by Brad Winchester - September 22 - 25
The backcountry of the Sierra is breathtaking and the fishing should be terrific. There are a few spots left - see the fishout template under the File Sharing menu above right -
There are still a few openings for the fishout to the Eastern Sierra at the end of September.
Fall is a beautiful time of year to head over the Sierra and fish the East and West Walker Rivers, Kirman Lake, Heenan Lake, Virginia Lakes, Twin Lakes, Lake Lundy, and even the Carson River.
Jeff Lorelli has booked rooms at Meadowcliff Lodge in Coleville- September 30, October 1 - 2
See the fishout template in the File Sharing menu above
Flycasters will be holding a one day fishout to the O'Neill Forebay - San Luis Reservoir - on Saturday October 8 -
Walt McIntyre will be fishmaster for our Davis Lake fishout - October 20 - 23
Davis Lake is a marvelous stillwater that fishes extremely well in October - Walt has arranged for Flycasters to inhabit the entire Davis Lake Resort - there are still a few spots open - See the fishout template in the File Sharing menu above
NEW DATE --- 2 SESSIONS
SEPTEMBER 24 - SATURDAY
Luke Sing is holding a series of casting classes beginning Saturday - September 24th - 8:00am to 10:00am --- and another class from 10:30am to 12:30pm - at the Casting Ponds at Los Gatos Creek Park -
The first class will be Single-Handed Spey
In order to take the class you must be able to roll cast
Luke asks that you bring your favorite fly rod. Anything between 5 and 8 weight, with a reel and double taper floating line, appropriate leader and tippet and some yarn (no hooks). Bring a notebook and pen to take notes. Be sure to bring protective eyewear. Sunglasses or eyeglasses - just as long as they cover your eyes. This is a requirement, without eye protection you cannot attend the clinic.
Class size is limited to 16 members (8 in each session) - cost is $10 per member per class - checks payable to Flycasters Inc. - Sign up and pay at the September club meeting -