ONLY 4 SPOTS LEFT
Flycasters one day fishout for Shad on the Sacramento River is once again being hosted by Bob Laskodi and guided by Orland Outfitters. Both experts at fly fishing for these freshwater torpedoes.
The fishing day includes being ferried by boat to the best locations for shad and a terrific meal and refreshments.
For all the details check out the fishout template - Go to the File Sharing menu and click on 2015 Fishouts.
Contact fishmaster Bob Laskodi RobertLaskodi@comcast.net
Roostercomb is tucked away in the Hamilton Range near Henry Coe State Park and includes great private water fishing for bass and panfish.
Meet at Casa de Fruta at 8:00am - be on time -
The more members who sign up keeps the cost reasonable for this 3 day fishout.
Fish all day Friday Saturday and Sunday.
Get all the details from the fishout template
Go to the File Sharing Menu and click on 2015 Fishouts
This summer you will undoubtedly be basking in the nice weather and thinking, gee, wouldn’t it be great to be fishing in the beautiful California Sierras, up in the mountains, away from it all, I mean, *really* away from it all? Tons of sunshine, cooperative fish, nobody around, what’s not to like? When you call around, you’ll discover that you can’t exactly be guaranteed a slot on the river/trail you’d like. You can probably get some wilderness permit, but to get to the best fishing you would have had to made a reservation six months ago … which is exactly what we did for you.
The Flycasters have permits and plans for fishouts to three amazing Sierra destinations this summer, all carefully selected to be potentially fantastic fishing, awesome scenery, and yet be accessible to backpackers and fishermen of all ability levels. The first is the San Joaquin River above Lake Florence July 10, then the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness July 24, and finally, Tuolumne Meadows to Glen Aulin, Sept 11.
If you were an out-of-state visitor looking for a quintessential California Fishing Wilderness adventure, you’d no-doubt be paying hundreds of dollars *a day* for the privilege, but with the Flycasters, our fishouts will cost dollars a day, and your membership fee gets you the camaraderie and expertise of your fellow members as well as the experience and planning of the fishmaster. These are backpacking trips and require backpacking several miles on mountain trails. Most of the preparation is somewhat do-it-yourself, but you knew that.
For more detail, see the fishout descriptions on this web site under File Sharing / 2014 Fishouts. There are a very limited number of slots on these trips, you might want to contact the fishmaster as soon as possible.