Join us on Wednesday evening March 14th - at the Moreland Apts meeting room for our March meeting.
You can join Flycasters or renew your membership in person.
Sign up for Fly Casting Classes which begin April 7th.
Two early season fishouts are the Kelsey Bass Ranch one day fishout - and the very popular Pyramid Lake fishout --- see the File Sharing menu above.
Our featured program speaker is Lance Grey - Lance and Kirsten have more than 50 years combined experience in fly fishing. In 2003 they launched Lance Gray & Company, a full-service outfitter offering guided trips, fly-fishing schools, workshops and a travel agency. Lance conducts presentations at fly clubs and outdoor shows and supports local groups like Cub Scouts and 4H. He's a signature tier for Aqua Flies, pro staff member for Sage and Rio and is a featured writer, with articles published in Angling Trade Magazine, California Fly Fisher, Fly Fishermen, Sierra Fisherman, and Northwest Fly Fishing.
Doors open at 6:30pm and the meeting will begin at 7:15 --- Park across the street
(lock valuables in your trunk or out of sight - there have been break-ins unfortunately)
--cross at the crosswalk and please be careful.
2018 is starting off with a number of excellent fishouts.
April 7 is a one day fishout to Kelsey Bass Ranch in the Central Valley. An excellent stillwater fishout. Contact fishmaster Jeff Lorelli. If we get 10 Flycasters for the day we can have the lake all to ourselves.
April 19 - 22 is one of Flycasters' biggest fishouts. Pyramid Lake in Nevada. Fishmaster Tom Key has Flycasters staying at Crosby Lodge - see the Fishout Template in File Sharing.
May 9th is a mid-week Surf Fishout - contact Luke Sing for details.
May 23rd is our annual Shad Fishout on the Sacramento River - see the fishout template in File Sharing. This fishout always fills up quickly so be sure to contact fishmaster Bob Laskodi ASAP.
Using long two handed fly rods and a variety of Spey Casting techniques can allow fly fishers to cover large rivers for large fish. The casting techniques can also transfer to single handed casting and make you a better, more successful angler.
Flycasters will be teaching Spey Casting over two weekends in March.
March 17 - 18 and 24 - 25
There are 8 spots available - 4 openings at 8am and 4 at 11am
Four - 2 hour classes - a total of 8 hours of instruction
All classes will be taught at the casting ponds in Los Gatos Creek Park. Bring your single hand fly rod, waders and boots because we will be in the water in the casting ponds.
We have club spey rods available to borrow or you can bring your own set up.
Students MUST be able to ROLL cast.
Sign-ups will be available at February 14 club meeting
Class price: $80.00