The GGACC's Learn to Fly Fish Program (the "LTFF program") is offered primarily for new Club members who have already learned to make basic casts with a fly rod and want to put their new casting ability to good use on the water. The goal of the LTFF program is to teach fly fishing knowledge and skills to beginners so they can better enjoy our great sport.

Through a combination of classroom teaching, in-the-pond casting instruction, and mentored or guided fishing outings (called "fish-outs"), the comprehensive 3 year LTFF program helps its students learn both how to fly fish and where to go in Northern California and beyond.  It is one of the most popular programs offered by the GGACC.

NOTE:  The LTFF program and its fish-outs are not intended for the club's more experienced fly fishers.  The Club's Rendezvous (Rondy) Program is designed for them.  "Rondies" are not mentored and are therefore offered exclusively to experienced fly fishers.  LTFF program graduates can participate in the Rondy Program, but it is off limits to all current LTFF students or any other beginners.

The LTFF's mentored program is 3 years long for most of its students.  It starts with the Beginners Class (Step 1) for the first year; a Novice Class (Step 2) in the second year; and an Intermediate Class (Step 3) in the final year.  The LTFF students can expect to make many new friends and hopefully some life-long fishing buddies.

The LTFF program is open only to GGACC members who have paid club dues for each year of their participation in the program.  You can join the club and pay annual dues online at the Club's website: www.ggacc.org.  Dues paid in December cover the following calendar year for new or current members.

Prospective students for each year's LTFF program must sign-up, beginning in December of the prior year, for the first posted February Class Day for the Beginner (Step 1) or Novice (Step 2) classes on the club Events calendar at ggacc.org.  Enrollment is on a "first to register" basis.  Students from the previous year's Beginner or Novice classes will have registration priority, and will receive an advance email alert for signing up for the coming year's Novice or Intermediate class.

Entering participants in the LTFF program should be able to make both a roll cast and an overhead cast with a single-hand fly rod to a distance of 25-40 feet.  They should have (or will purchase after the classroom sessions) their own fly rod (preferably a 9' long 5 weight) with fly reel and a matching floating fly line (i.e., a WF5F line); breathable chest waders; wading boots; and a wading staff.  Outfitted with this minimum equipment, they receive specialized casting instruction in the ponds during Step 1 & 2 classes (when club rods are also available) and can participate in the LTFF program's fish-outs offered for their class.

Those coming into the program with previous fly fishing experience may petition the Program Director (see contact info below) for written approval to skip the Beginner class and register for the Novice class instead.   This approval will be based on a verbal or written explanation of the applicant's prior experience, which at a minimum should include the ability to successfully fish small streams on their own, including the ability to select their own flies, tie up their own two-fly nymphing and dry-dropper rigs, and wade safely.  Having fly fished only with guides is not considered sufficient experience to qualify as a Novice.

LTFF students are strongly encouraged to attend the Club's monthly Free Casting Lessons at the GGACC's ponds, and the Skills Building Program lectures (also free) These lessons and lectures are usually offered on the 2nd Saturday of every month.

Step 1 & 2 students must be enrolled in their respective "class day" events before signing up for any of that class's scheduled fish-outs.  A release form must be signed to participate in fish-outs.  Not all students can be guaranteed a spot in each fish-out since the number of openings is limited.  An online wait list option is offered whenever the event limit is reached.  Any drop-outs will be replaced from the wait list until it is exhausted, after which it is the responsibility of the registrant to find his or her own replacement.

The fees charged for the classes and fish-outs are the minimum necessary to cover the LTFF program's costs.  Since this program is self-supporting and is not covered by membership dues, the fees are typically not refundable, but are negotiable between the respective parties for anyone taking over a fish-out spot from a paid registrant.

Pending weather, water conditions, availability, and participation, the following fish-outs (for trout unless otherwise noted) are the likely minimum planned for each class:

Step 1 Beginner Fish-outs:  North Yuba River, Main Yuba River

Step 2 Novice Fish-outs:  Luk Lake (primarily for bass), Lower Sacramento River, American River, NF Stanislaus River, Hat Creek

Step 3 Intermediate Fish-outs:  Pyramid Lake (NV), Lower Sac (for shad), Surf (for surf perch), Missouri River (MT), SF Bay (for striped bass), Upper Sac & McCloud Rivers, and Trinity River (for steelhead)

For any questions about the LTFF program, please contact either the program director (John Murphy,  650-799-1695, jmurphy7599@gmail.com) or a listed class leader.

Upcoming events

    • 22 Jun 2018
    • 7:00 AM
    • 25 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Cassel Campground, Burney, CA

    Due to the larger class this year, there are two separate 2-day LTFF Novice - Hat Creek fish-outs being held back-to-back.  Group 1 will fish Friday-Saturday, June 22-23; and Group 2 will fish Sunday-Monday, June 24-25.  Students may sign up for either one, but not for both, unless advised later that this is permissible if there are still spots unfilled. 

    Unless announced otherwise, this mentored Hat Creek fish-out is again only being offered to a limited number of this year's enrolled Novice students in the club's "Learn to Fly Fish" (LTFF) Program on a first-to-register basis. Do not register for this event if you are NOT in this class, or risk losing your registration fee. 

    There will be only two days of mentored fishing for each Group, but a few of the more experienced students may be allowed to tag along with the mentors on Thursday evening or choose to fish on their own on Monday evening -- should they wisely choose to drive home the following morning after a long day of fishing. 

    We have one of the club's excellent casting instructors and most experienced fly anglers, Brian Endlich, offering to lead this fish-out since he's extremely familiar with Hat Creek — having fished it for probably 40 years!  Brian has recruited other mentors to help with this outing since we hope to be providing about a 3:1 student-to-mentor ratio in order to be able to give you better instruction.

    Hat Creek is one of California’s most renowned trout streams and a favorite dry fly water for many of the state’s best fly fishers — especially on the Wild River section and other famous stretches of this special river that we expect to fish. And since this is a spring-fed stream, it should have a good water level regardless of run-off.  

    Limited Registration:  This fish-out will be limited to 12 students in each Group in order not to over-crowd the river.  The class will be notified by email exactly when the online registration will open.  You may register for either Group, but not for both --unless otherwise notified.

    Campground: Although our campsites are not all together this year, we were still able to reserve a total of five campsites (#13, 14, 15, 20, & 21) for 4 nights (Thurs, & Fri. nights, 6/21 & 6/22 for Group 1;  Sat. & Sun. nights, 6/23 & 6/24 for Group 2) at PG&E's public Cassel Campground (off Hwy 299 east of Burney). In past years, we've been able to pitch 2-3 tents per campsite without objection. There are no group camp sites in either this or any other nearby campgrounds, but this arrangement should work to allow most of the students (for each Group in turn) to camp together in adjacent campsites in the two groupings rather than being spread out throughout the campground. We have paid extra for up to 2 vehicles per campsite.  Any more than that and we may have to park some vehicles at the gate to the campground (after unloading) -- or pay an extra $5/night for additional vehicles if there is space to park them off the loop road -- but the area mgr. may decide that when he sees how many vehicles we have (another good reason to carpool, if possible). 

    Each group will need to break camp right after breakfast on the morning of the second day in order to make room for the next group (or next party with reservations) to arrive anytime that afternoon.  If you are not using your vehicle to follow your mentor around, you can park it near the campground main gate or across the street in the Cassel Post Office parking lot. 

    Should you prefer a campsite of your own though or want one to stay over Monday night, then go to pge.com and under the "Find A Park" tab, search for Cassel Campground and book your own site very soon.  (Another, but much smaller, PG&E campground in that area is North Shore Campground, if you can’t find any more open spots in Cassel.)

    Motels:  For those who prefer not to camp, the motels in nearby Burney include:

    Charm Motel (ph 530-335-3300,  www.charm.burneylodging.com)

    Green Gables (ph. 530-335-3300,  www.greengables.burneylodging.com)

    Shasta Pines Motel & Suites (ph. 530-335-2201,  www.shastapinesmotel.com)

    Meeting Place:  Everyone will need to meet at Site #14 (UON) in Cassel Campground at 7:00AM each fishing morning to figure out who is going with which mentor, to make up your lunches, to get your flies, instructions, etc.  This early start is intended to get everyone on the water as soon as possible each morning — so please don’t be late. 

    Driving Directions:  Google "Cassel Campground”:  the shortest route is to follow I-5N to Redding, from there take CA-299E to Cassel Road — about 5 hours total drive time without traffic (from Redding it is about 1 hr. 15 min. without traffic) 

    If you need them, follow these directions:  Take Exit #680 off of I-5 for CA-299/Lake Blvd., keep right at the fork and follow signs for Burney/Alturas/CA-299E, follow CA-299E for 50 miles to Burney, continue east of Burney on CA Hwy 299E for 7 more miles (to 2 miles past the junction with Hwy. 89), turn south (right) onto Cassel Road, drive 3.6 miles and turn left at paved access road into the campground (just before the bridge and across from Cassel Post Office).

    Three of our campsites (#13-15) are in the back left corner of the campground -- follow the main campground road straight back and stay to the left at the first fork.  The other two campsites (#20 & 21) are near the front of the back loop to the right -- just after you veer off slightly to the right of the main campground road at the first fork.  Choose one of these shared camp sites as you arrive, but leave tent space for at least one more tent in that site.

    Camping Equipment:  It is suggested that you have your own tent (with tent stakes, footprint/plastic tarp, and rainfly) or an agreement to share a tent with someone.  Also sure to bring:  sleeping bag; sleeping pad (or air mattress,or cot); headlight or flashlight; cooking stove; water container; cooking pots / cooking utensils; camp dishes / eating utensils; wash basin; biodegradable soap; butane lighter or matches; paper or cloth towels; garbage bags; and a cooler with ice for perishables.  All dry goods should be stored in the supplied camp boxes to keep away from rodents and jays.  Optional equipment might include:  lantern; camp chair; firewood; hand axe; coffee pot; small folding table; table cloth for picnic table; etc.

    Meals There will be NO hosted group dinners for anyone on this fish-out.  You can cook dinners in camp, or there are at least two possible restaurants on Main St. in Burney that smaller groups may decide to use:  Rex Club (ph. 530-335-4184, they also have cabins)  Art’s Outpost (Steak House & Italian, ph. 530-335-2835)

    There are also other diners, a Subway for sandwiches, pizza joints, and fast food options in Burney: (www.reddingcentral.com/Dine/dine-Burney.htm)

    We will be providing groceries for making your own sandwiches for sack lunches on each Group's two fishing days only.  It is also possible that we may change the lunch on one of these two days to be a longer lunch somewhere away from the river (tbd).  

    NOTE:  Other than the two sack lunches on your Group's fishing days, you are on your own to bring (and prepare) your own food, or buy dinners or other meals out.

    Fishing Gear:  We recommend bringing a 3-5wt fly rod with floating line (6wt rod max!). For dry flies, bring 9’ tapered leaders to 4X or 5X, with mono tippet spools in 4X-6X  (these fish can be picky!)  Also be sure that you bring both a liquid (or gel) dry fly floatant and a dry shake floatant (dessicant-type) for treating your dry flies. For indicator nymphing, bring indicatorssplit shotone spool of say 0X to 3X mono tippet material (to use 5'-6’ of this for indicator/ depth adjustment), and spools of both 4X & 5X  fluoro  tippet for connections to nymphs.  Bring foam hoppers or Chubby Chernobyl pattern flies for hopper (dry) / dropper rigging if you prefer this rather than indicator nymphing, or simply tight-line nymph instead (although Hat Creek has very little pocket water where tight-lining works best).  "Swinging" of soft-hackled flies is another very good choice.

    Flies:  We will be providing at least a dozen flies to each student -- some dries, a couple buggers, and a few nymph patterns, as suggested by Brian for this water.  These flies will only be packaged in sandwich bags for distributing to you, so you will need to put them in your own fly box along with your other flies -- and be sure to pinch the barbs!  We will not be doing this for you. Also, bring your own flies, especially any that you picked up for (or tied for) this particular trip on a fly shop's or someone else's recommendation.

    If you still need more of your own flies, or forgot some other gear after you leave town, there is "The Fly Shop" on your way up there (located just south of Redding on east side of I-5 backed up to the frwy.:  take the Churn Creek Road exit, then head north about a 1/2 mile or so on the frontage road to see the shop on your left). There's also the "Shasta Angler" in Fall River Mills, which is 5-10 miles past the Hat Creek area on CA-299 (for good local knowledge from owner Matt). 

    Other Stuff:  In addition to forceps, nippers, vest or pack for fly boxes and other gear, sunhat, sunscreen, bug repellent, waders, boots, belts, water bottle (or other means to carry, or filter, drinking water), don’t forget your wading staff!   A small net is always optional for trout, but it really helps in landing them with minimal stress and keeping them in the water while unhooking—both of which are extremely important for the fish’s survival.  Camping gear should include headlamps or flashlights —the former is especially good for tying on flies during late evening fishing. 

    Wading:  As a spring creek, Hat Creek can be pretty cold, but you may decide when you get there and test the water that you might prefer to wet-wade (not me!) instead of wearing waders.  If so, just be sure that you have sturdy closed-toe wading sandals or, better yet, use neoprene guard socks (or other neoprene socks) plus polypo liner socks to fill-out your wading boots.  Lightweight (i.e., nylon) long pants are recommended for wet-wading over shorts to better protect your shins from scrapes on rocks, scratchy brush, poison oak, etc.

    Registration Fee:  We are trying to initially hold the registration fee to $80 per student (the mentors are volunteering their time, and not paid or charged).  This fee is needed to hopefully cover the cost of all the campground fees, the purchase of flies, groceries for lunches, etc.  If it falls too short, we may have to take up a collection up there of another $10-20 from each camper. 

    For info before June 15 only:  John Murphy,  jmurphy7599@gmail.com, cp 650-799-1695; 

    Fish-out leader:  Brian Endlich, brian_endlich@hotmail.com  cp 415-601-0070 

    Note: There is only spotty to very poor cell phone service in the Hat Creek area -- try texting up there instead, which is also hit-or-miss.  Brian may provide a landline that he and some of his mentors can be reached at in the evening where they will likely be staying. 


    • 05 Jul 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • 09 Jul 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • Missouri River at Craig, Montana
    • 0
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    This extremely popular fish-out is what most of you have waited your 3 years in the LTFF program for:  The Intermediate Class's trip to Montana always seems to be the highlight for most students in the program and is the one trip that just about everyone who goes each year ends up pleading to get the chance to go again. But we can never promise that and I can never take more than at most 11 from the class each year.  

    This year we have guided spots for only 7 students currently, after having to sadly give up a couple of my chosen guides this year in response to last year's surprisingly poor class registration.  So, if you can possibly be one of the lucky 7 that definitely gets to go this year on July 5-9, you'll want to do it.  If it fills quickly enough, I'll do what I can to try to book another guide or two, but there is a good reason that I have to both make our reservations and prepay for guides a year in advance for this amazing destination.  If I don't, I lose our allotted slot to a waiting list. 

    We will be float fishing on a famed tailwater stretch of the upper Missouri River for 3 days (on Friday- Sunday this year) out of Craig, Montana each day.  The dry fly and nymph fishing for the big strong rainbow and brown trout in this incredibly abundant fishery is world renowned. (Our club president Willy George loves this place and often stays in his camper there for up to 2 weeks to fish the "Mo" at this time of year, as he has done for many years. Willy promises to join us again this year for lively catered dinners in our rental house.)

    We will be fishing with the HeadHunters Fly Shop's guides, some of the very best you'll ever experience. They will supply all the gear required including fly rods, leaders, flies, etc. However, you are welcome to bring your own gear if you desire, especially if you can stick around to fish this river and one or more of the other famous rivers in the area on your own, or with a guide that maybe a couple of you will line up afterword to float or wade/walk with.  

    Sandals or water shoes, rather than waders, are advised on these Missouri River drift boats for most of the warm sunny days at this time of year which, like most areas flanking the Rockies, may offer also a brief afternoon rain shower. However, if you don't bring waders (only bring them because you need them for something else), DO remember to pack a pair of rain pants along with a good-quality rain jacket. One cold, all-day-long rainstorm on our first day on the river a couple years ago taught us this lesson, and there's always the possibility of a cold hailstorm blowing through. 

    There will be an initial Pre-fishout Meeting on Sunday, March 11, at 1:30PM following the Annual Meeting BBQ (or at 12noon if the BBQ is cancelled due to inclement weather) for all those Intermediate students who may be interested in this trip.  Transportation options, logistics, gear, licensing, the fish-out rules, etc. will be covered at this meeting, so do try hard to be there if you can.  I will send out some notes to those who can't make it, but you should look at this pre-meeting as a good opportunity to coordinate your travel plans or to team up for traveling and fishing in the area, or for arranging to share a car rental from one of the local airports. 

    We have rented the Jumping Rainbow Lodge, a large house that is situated right on the river about 8 miles from Craig. We have rented this house for many years now because it makes a great home base for us and there is nothing in town or in the area nearly as big. 

    The tiny town of Craig, MT is located on Interstate I-15 about halfway between the cities of Helena and Great Falls (it's about a 50 mile drive northeast from Helena and a little shorter drive southwest from Great Falls).  If you are planning to fly there, the airports in those two cities are the closest possibilities, but there is also Bozeman, MT which is about a 2-1/2 hour drive away and Missoula, MT, which is probably just about as far. Flights fill up quickly, so start looking at your options and checking available flights and prices now before the first pre-meeting to be able to discuss your preference for driving there or flying to one of these airports. 

    If possible, you want to arrive at the rental house sometime on Thursday afternoon, July 5 (I should be able to get us into the house around 3PM) and you won't need to leave there until Monday, July 9, before 10AM since we've also rented the house for Sunday night to allow for a full day's fishing on Sunday. 

    We will cook our own group dinner on Thursday night, but dinner on Friday and Saturday nights will be catered (to provide left-overs for Sunday night). Lunches will be provided by the guides on Fri.-Sun., and we will have enough food in the house for a quick breakfast each morning and for hors d'oevres and adult beverages for happy hour each afternoon. Volunteering for helping to cook breakfasts and some kitchen clean-up will be covered in the pre-meeting. 

    The total fee for this event this year is $1450, which covers the 3 full days of top-notch guided fishing and gear, 4 nights in the lodge, and all meals and beverages (including wine and beer) for most of those 4 days. It DOES NOT cover your transportation expenses, a Montana fishing license (with a req'd. small conservation fee), or the guides' gratuities. 

    Those who have gone on this fish-out before have had some of their best fishing days ever, and had such a grand time together, that they would go again in a heartbeat if we'd only let them.  So, if you regrettably can't make it, you may be making someone else very happy. 

    This trip is limited to 7 Intermediate students now, so sign up as quickly as you can so that you don't miss out!  Registration will start at 12:00 NOON on Monday, MARCH 12

    Cost:  $1450.00 payable online as a non-refundable registration fee (unless there is someone on the waitlist to replace you).

    Contact for more info: 
    JOHN MURPHY (jmurphy7599@gmail.com) 650-799-1695

    • 14 Jul 2018
    • 7:00 AM
    • 15 Jul 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite Nat'l Park
    • 0
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    Yosemite High Country - LTFF Beginner Fish-out

    July 14-15, 2018

    Limited to 8 Students from the 2018 LTFF Beginner Class

    Cost: $75 / person

    Overview: This trip offers fly fishing to 3 trout species in two pristine high alpine settings. Each day includes approximately 5 miles of day-hiking at 9,000 - 10,000 feet. Please only sign up for this event if you are in shape to hike 5+ miles a day at high elevation.

    Day 1: Tuolumne's Lyell Fork

    At 9,500 feet, this stream starts at Lyell Glacier and only drops 500 feet in 10 miles. This provides a gentle stream that meanders through meadows and granite pools for a truly unique experience. 

    We'll hike from Tuolumne Meadows along the Dana Fork for 1.5 miles until we arrive at the Lyell Fork. Here the meadow stream is waist deep and wide, offering dry fly fishing along the banks to Brown Trout. Traveling upstream we move into Brookie  and Rainbow territory, arriving at several large and shallow granite pools the size of small ponds. It's a great place to spot fish in clear water and practice gentle overhead casting. Traveling slightly further you pass through endless granite channels and pools mixed in with more meadows, each section memorable and unique.

    Most of these natural trout are in the 6-9 inch range, but I've seen a handful each year in the 18 inch range. Larger fish require stealth while the little trout will attack dry flies with acrobatic displays.

    Students will use overhead casts in meadow sections and practice roll casts in areas with trees. We'll use small dry fly patterns such as Purple Haze and Lime Trude with thin mono tippet (5x - 6x). 

    This river has become a special place to my wife Abby and I. We look forward to sharing it with you.

    Total hiking: 5 miles at high altitude (9,000 ft)

    Day 2: Tuolumne's Dana Fork

    Similar to the Lyell Fork, the Dana fork is a small mountain stream that meanders through meadows at 9,000 ft. elevation. This stream follows along hwy 120, meaning slightly less hiking and easier access. I've had a 75 fish day in 4 hours along this 2 mile stretch. Each hole seems to have an endless supply of natural trout.

    Students will primarily use overhead and roll casts. We'll use attractor dry fly patterns such as Purple Haze and Lime Trude with thin tippet (5x-6x). 

    Registration fee includes:

    • 2 nights Car Camping in TBD campground (Friday and Saturday)
    • Lunches (Saturday and Sunday)
    • ~ 1 dozen selected flies

    Other Student costs:

    • Yosemite National Park entrance fee of $30, good for 7 days. Annual pass is $80. Carpooling helps.
    • Possible extra campground fees, depending on where I am able to book sites for us the day before. (Campsites may not be reserved in advance.) Registrants to be notified that Friday via email or text message on the actual campground location. 

    Items not to forget (not a complete packing list):

    • Bring your own breakfast, dinner, coffee, and snacks for two days starting Friday nite.
    • Camping equipment (e.g., tent, sleeping bag and pad, cooking equipment, etc) for use in the campground
    • Headlamp and extra batteries
    • Small backpack, large sling pack, or vest with a large back pocket to carry lunch, water, packable rain jacket, etc.
    • Water bottle or water bladder large enough to carry a full day of water (1.5 - 3 liters)
    • Fly fishing gear (4-6 wt rod, 5x mono leaders, 5x - 6x tippet, nippers, forceps, fly box with additional flies, net optional)
    • Dry fly floatants - flies need to be floating high on the water surface all day. It's helpful to have both the liquid (gel) and dry shake versions.
    • Sun protection (hat, sunscreen, neck buff)
    • Wet wading shoes like Chacos or Tevas. Or wading boots with neoprene guard socks. No need for wearing waders on this trip, which will be difficult to hike in.

    Other notes:

    • Dinner options are available at Woah Nellie Deli (Mobil Mart), 3 miles from the campground if you'd rather not cook dinners on Friday / Saturday. It's open 7am - 9pm.
    • Other lodging options are available in the Mono Lake area; however they're expensive, not a great value, and typically book up months in advance. 

    For further information, contact:  Fish-out Leader:  Steve Golebiewski  stephen.golebiewski@gmail.com    or John Murphy   jmurphy7599@gmail.com 

    • 18 Aug 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Anglers Lodge

    Learn to Fly Fish Program's Annual Dinner 
    Saturday, August 18, 2018
    Appetizers:  4:00 PM - 5:00 PM  Dinner:  5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    This is the Annual Dinner held for all 2018 and past years' participants in the club's Learn to Fly Fish Program, plus invited guests such as your Board members, mentors, teachers, leaders, and casting instructors.  It will be held at our lodge a little earlier this year from 4:00- approx. 7pm on Saturday, August 18, 2018.  Note this is on the same day as the Free Casting Lessons that month (on 3rd Saturday due to conflict with Outside Lands Music Festival on the 2nd Sat.)  I'll also be teaching another Knots class in the Skills Bldg Workshop that day.  So plan to make a full day of it! 

    This is a splendid evening for getting better acquainted with current and former students and your instructors and sharing some good stories and recollections with all your new fishing buddies and many of your mentors. 

    The dinner is free, but we ask you to bring a small appetizer to help start the fun, and a special beverage or two of your choice to perhaps share with others.

    There will be more planning details to work out as we get closer to the date, including recruitment of help to possibly cook, but for sure to set-up, serve, and clean-up. 

    Put this date on your own calendar and RSVP NOW so that we get the early head count that we need (spouses /partners are welcome).

    YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS GREAT DINNER -- we do have a lot of fun with it each year!

    Location: THE CLUBHOUSE (Angler's Lodge)

    RSVP Info:  Please REGISTER for this free event to RSVP as soon as possible!

    Cost: This event is free.

    For further info:  John Murphy
    Email: jmurphy7599@gmail.com
    Phone: 650-799-1695

    • 23 Sep 2018
    • Anglers Lodge and east & center casting ponds

    More info to follow from John Murphy

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