Topic: Members' Presentations
Flyfishing the Alaska wilderness- with Dave Lentz
The Bristol Bay area and many rivers of western Alaska still hold abundance of wild fish amidst spectacular scenery. See this trip-- camping and fishing seven days down the remote Goodnews River. Five species of Pacific salmon, rainbow trout, grayling and char aplenty. You will learn about the great diversity of char as a bonus. Uncrowded and far from civilization the Goodnews lives up to its name and offers a wealth of memorable experiences.
Fishing in the Boulder Mountains, southern Utah with Ken Davis and Laurie Banks
Nestled between Capital Reef National Park and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument the Boulder Mountains in southern Utah have over 100 lakes. These lakes have been managed for trophy brook trout, grayling, cutthroat and tiger trout. Ken and Laurie have caught small brook trout in the Sierras, and small tiger trout in Angel Lake Nevada, but wanted to try for “big ones” in this gorgeous country.
Chasing native trout with Forrest Oldham
Follow the adventures and misadventures of Forrest and his “Roadrunner” crew as they travel out of state in pursuit of native trout.
Tim au Young
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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