Rob Anderson will lead a two-day guided Float Tube Rondy at Pyramid Lake, Nevada.
This lake has long been known for huge Lahontan Cutthroat Trout and its peculiarity of anglers standing in a lake fishing from ladders. Although "ladder fishing" is still the most popular way to fish Pyramid Lake, the introduction of the Pilot Peak strain of Cutthroat Trout in 2006 has helped put float tubing back on the map. The Pilot Peak fish tend to chase bait near shore in the fall. The last two years we have had some great fishing from float tubes and pontoon boats.
We will be staying at a Reno, NV hotel (special rates) and carpooling from there to the lake. Breakfast and lunch are provided by Rob.
Personal watercraft and a PFD shall be provided by each angler. All participants must have basic watercraft skills.
This Rondy is for experienced anglers ONLY and is NOT for current participants in the Learn to Fly Fish Program or other beginners.
The cost for this Rondy is $215, which includes a $25 non-refundable Rondy fee. Besides travel costs, other expenses NOT INCLUDED are a small tribal fishing permit (an NV fishing license is not required to fish this lake), guide gratuity, the cost of the hotel, and the cost of your dinners at the hotel or elsewhere.
A float tube clinic will be held at the club's ponds on April 29. Everyone attending this Rondy should plan to attend.
Rob Anderson's website is: pyramidlakeflyfishing.com/group-and-club-outing
There is a lot of information on his website with links to many other sites, including one to buy your tribal fishing permit online. Be sure to do this before leaving from home.
For more information contact Jerry Saltzgaber at: firstname.lastname@example.org