Future General Meetings at the Conzelmann Center will be cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19. Upcoming meetings may be via Zoom.
October - Rob Grasso leads the Aquatic Wildlife Restoration Program in Yosemite National Park restoring rare and endangered amphibians, turtles and fish. Rob earned his Bachelor of Science degree (1997) in marine biology from Stockton University in Pomona, NJ and his Master of Science degree (2005) in conservation biology from California State University, Sacramento. Rob has over 20 years of agency experience working in West ranging from rare and threatened trout in the Rocky Mountains, salmon and steelhead in the Central Valley, to studying amphibian declines in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California and now works with a suite of collaborators and partners to restore native species in the park. Rob is a passionate fisherman and enjoys ocean kayak fishing pursuing rockfish, halibut, and salmon along the California Coast as well as pursuing remote high country lakes for rumored monster trout.
California Fly Fishers Unlimited, CFFU
For up-to-date information, please refer to the newsletter or club email messages.
First Tuesday of each month. MAP>
Richard Conzelmann Community Center
2201 Cottage Way, Sac., CA 95825
6:15 p.m.: Fly Tying Demo
7:00 p.m.: Club events information
7:15 p.m.: Program Presentation