Three new day trips to the High Sierra, as per requests on the outings survey:
June 6 Weaver Lake. Hike to the lake is 2 miles. High clearance vehicle is recommended, but not absolutely necessary, for the last mile to the trailhead. This one is contingent on the road being open.
August 15: First Dinkey Lake. Hike to the lake is 3 miles. High clearance vehicles are absolutely necessary for the last couple of miles, 4wd best but not absolutely necessary.
October 3: Twin Lakes. Hike to the lake is 3 miles. The road to the trailhead is paved all the way.
And a repeat of the Sample Meadow campout the weekend of July 18/19.
Check out all of the above places on my website here: https://flyflinger78.wixsite.com/alpine-lakes
I’m still open to suggestions for outings in February, March, and April.
Mark your calendar for the O’Neill Forebay striper outing November 7
And check back periodically for updates to outings. Don’t miss out!
Update: Eastern Sierra outing September 18 and 19 2020.
Don’t miss this one! You can fish Crowley, the Owens, and the Eastern Sierra. There are multiple opportunities for anglers. As a result, this has been a popular outing. We will reserve 2 cabins at Tom’s Place. Each one sleeps the 6. Cost is $70 per person for the two nights, payable to the club. If you don’t want to share a cabin with 5 other men, if you’re #13 to send in the seventy bucks, if you want to extend your stay, call Tom’s Place directly at (760) 935 4239 and reserve your own spot.
There are campgrounds nearby as well, but nights do get a bit on the chilly side that time of the year. Elevation is about 7,000 feet.
Update: Sacramento drift trip is scheduled for October 17. Save the date!
As you probably also know, this trip filled up fast last year, so don’t delay. There is room for the first 12 anglers who fill out the form and mail it with a check to the address on the application.
Please pay Lance Gray and Company directly by check, and send the application form (attached) to them, not to me or to the club.
And, please be advised that the money is not refundable, but that there’s likely to be a waiting list of people who will pay for your spot.
We just got home from the December outing. This was a beginner’s outing, with the more experienced anglers helping the neophytes get off on the right foot. Thanks, everyone, for making this a successful outing. I think everyone had a good time, most caught fish, and even the experienced anglers learned something new. That’s the great thing about our sport: A beginner can catch fish and have a good time, but even those of us who have been waving a rodover the water for decades still can learn something.