Events

Attention: there are new changes to how events are submitted to the GGACC events calendar. If you would like to host/schedule a lesson, dinner, fish out, Rondy or any other type of Club related event, you must fill out the Event Submission form. Emailing the Events Coordinator or any other Board Member directly will no longer receive a response. Out of respect to the Events Coordinator's time, there will be no exceptions. The form must be completed in full to be considered for the Events Calendar.

Once the Event Submission form is completely filled out and submitted, it will be reviewed by the Events Coordinator -- or applicable party -- on a first come, first served basis. Please note that the Events Coordinator and all other positions at the Club are of a volunteer nature, done in spare time. Please submit your event as early as possible.

Upcoming events

    • 09 Jan 2019
    • 11 Dec 2019
    • 25 sessions
    • GGACC West Pond + Angler's Lodge Board Room

    Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) program classes for disabled veterans are being held by GGACC volunteers, in cooperation with SF VA Medical Center, every other Wednesday from 10:30AM to 1:30PM at the Anglers' Lodge located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park

    Classes include fly casting, fly tying, and other fly fishing related activities, and will utilize the main meeting room in the lodge, the kitchen, and the West casting pond. 

    These classes are open to ONLY those disabled veterans and disabled active service personnel identified, selected, and determined to be qualified "participants" by the SF VA Medical Center, as well as to only those GGACC members who have volunteered their time and skills to assist with the club's PHWFF program. 

    The classes are free for all qualified vet participants, but are limited to 16 registrants.  Registration for this program is by appointment via the contact person:  Henry Little  hplittle@gmail.com

    Club members wishing to volunteer their services to help with, or to make a donation in support of, this PHWFF program should contact:  Henry Little  hplittle@gmail.com

    • 12 Jan 2019
    • 14 Dec 2019
    • 12 sessions
    • Anglers Lodge board room, Golden Gate Park

    This is the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors for the Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club, for which the meeting room in the Anglers Lodge is reserved from 8-9am.  

    GGACC members are welcome to attend.  Please contact the club president (Willy George, busygeorges@aol.com) if you have any new business to present to the Board. 

    • 08 May 2019
    • 11 Sep 2019
    • 10 sessions
    • Casting ponds at Golden Gate Park, SF

    Note:  This (mostly alternating) Wednesday evening casting event is FREE and open to the public.  No prior registration required.  Just show up each night with your own fly rod and yarn fly (no club rods will be issued for this, but George may be able to provide a loaner rod if arranged in advance-- see contact info below).  The May 8th and June 26th evenings this year are Fly Fishing Crash Courses, which nights will basically be Cliff Notes for fly fishing. Knots, rigging, casting, reading water, and fly fishing techniques will be taught at three different stations. 

    "In Search of the Perfect Cast" is an after-work casting session dedicated to teaching fly anglers how to improve their casting technique through deliberate practice and drills. It all began when a few casting nerds started to get together at the casting ponds to discuss the subtleties of the fly cast. In keeping with tradition, you will find good people, great advice, and camaraderie as you practice your casting skills with like-minded anglers.

    Our class is designed to accommodate fly casters at all skill levels in advancing their fishing abilities. We focus on teaching foundational techniques and concepts that you can further explore on your own time, in future classes and on the stream. We will explore techniques ranging from the fundamentals of loop shape, timing, and trajectory to the finer points of single hand spey casting techniques. You will have the opportunity to play with equipment ranging from the modern graphite fly rod to the traditions of bamboo and fiberglass.

    Your lead instructor, George Revel, is IFFF Master Certified Casting Instructor, Past President of Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club, California Trout Ambassador, National Casting Champion, and owner of Lost Coast Outfitters - The San Francisco Fly Shop. (george@lostcoastoutfitters.com)

    CLASS STARTS AT 6:45PM AT THE GOLDEN GATE ANGLING AND CASTING CLUB ON THE FOLLOWING (mostly alternating UON) WEDNESDAY  EVENINGS:

    May

    May 8, 2019 (Fly Fishing Crash Course)
    May 22, 2019

    June

    June 5, 2019
    June 19, 2019

    June 26, 2019 (Fly Fishing Crash Course) on back-to-back Weds.

    July

    July 10, 2019
    July 24, 2019

    August

    August 14, 2019 (skipped prev. wk. --music festival) 

    August 28, 2019

    September

    September 11. 2019

    • 18 Jun 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Rio Vista, CA
    • 0
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    Rondy:  Delta Smallmouth Bass #1 

    Dates:  June 18, 2019  

    Leader:  Jeff Hutchinson  415-509-6746  mailto:jeff.hutchinson@att.net

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  3

    Description:   Come join a first time Rondee offering for smallmouth bass fishing on the Sacramento River by way of the Delta. These fish are very aggressive in the spring and feisty on light weight rods. This is a 3/4 day guide.  If you have never fished for smallmouth then you're in for a treat.  You may also run into a striper or two.  The guides we are using are http://www.offthehookflyfishing.com/ 

    Suggested Gear:   4 or 5 weight rods. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $212.50  

    Other expenses will be guide gratuities.  And lunch (which is not provided) 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 20 Jun 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Rio Vista, CA
    • 0
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    Rondy:  Delta Smallmouth Bass #2

    Dates:  June 20, 2019  

    Leader:  Steve Swett  mailto:steve@libertypainting.biz

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  3

    Description:   Come join a first time Rondee offering for smallmouth bass fishing on the Sacramento River by way of the Delta. These fish are very aggressive in the spring and feisty on light weight rods. This is a 3/4 day guide.  If you have never fished for smallmouth then you're in for a treat.  You may also run into a striper or two.  The guides we are using arehttp://www.offthehookflyfishing.com/ 

    Suggested Gear:   4 or 5 weight rods. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $212.50  

    Other expenses will be guide gratuities and lunch (which is not provided)

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 21 Jun 2019
    • 7:00 AM
    • 22 Jun 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Sacramento River out of Dunsmuir, CA
    • 1
    Register

    This Friday-Saturday, June 21-22, 2019 fish-out on the Upper Sacramento River is initially offered to only the 2019 Intermediate (3rd yr.) registered students in the club's "Learn to Fly Fish" (LTFF) Program.  LTFF alums or other club members may be invited to sign up later if this fish-out is not entirely filled by the current LTFF Intermediate class.

    The Upper Sacramento River is one of Northern California's best known fly fishing rivers for rainbow and brown trout due to all the wadeable riffles and pocket water, especially in its upper stretches, which are relatively easy to access from both Interstate 5 and the railroad tracks that parallel much of the river from Lamoine at the south end up to the Cantara railroad bridge that's just north of the historic town of Dunsmuir.  Unlike the Lower Sacramento River, a big tailwater river, that flows out of Lake Shasta, this upper river follows a much more picturesque landscape of forested mountainsides and canyons, including the stunning mountain crags in Castle Crags State Park that borders this river. Most of the Interstate exits along I-5 here lead to some sort of access to the river.  

    Join this fish-out to learn some of the very best places to fish this gorgeous river with the very knowlegable Steve Slater from Lost Coast Outfitters as your guide for this tour and your teacher for tight-line nymphing.  Your fish-out leader will be John Murphy. 

    Unless told otherwise, the group will meet-up for this fishout each morning at 7:00am at the iconic Ted Fay Fly Shop in downtown Dunsmuir (located at 5732 Dunsmuir Ave., across from the historic California Theater).  To get there, use the Central Dunsmuir exit from I-5 (Exit #730) and turn on to Dunsmuir Ave. You'll have a chance when the shop first opens then to pick up whatever additional flies or other gear you may need and to meet the current shop owner and master fly-tier Bob Grace, who (besides being a real gentleman) is a gold mine of knowledge about the "Upper Sac" and willingly shares this info with all his customers. 

    For those wanting to camp with Steve and John, you may reserve a campsite for yourself in Castle Crags State Park (www.reservecalifornia.com, $25/night) which is a short distance south of Dunsmuir and has showers in the Upper and Lower Loops, or perhaps you'd prefer to reserve yourself a campsite in the private campground at nearby Railroad Park Resort.  Otherwise, you are on your own to find lodging in Dunsmuir or (only a few miles north) in Mt. Shasta. For lunches on Friday and Saturday, the group will likely make a stop in town to pick-up sandwiches for ourselves as we caravan from one spot on the river to another.  You will need to take care of making or getting all your own meals otherwise, unless the group chooses to dine together (no-host) one night in one of several spots in Dunsmuir -- from the micro-pub "Dunsmuir Brewery Works" to the burger joint "Zak's on 5" to the rather upscale "Cafe Maddalena" (although reservations are usually needed well in advance for this best restaurant in the area).  Steve knows the area well and can probably direct you to several more options.

    This fish-out is limited to the first 8 Intermediate students to register.  The time and date that online registration opens will be announced to the class by email.

    Registration fee is $195 which includes 2 days of the guide's fee and a selection of flies, but not the cost of lodging, campground fees, meals, or a nominal guide gratuity. 

    Contacts for this fish-out:  John B. Murphy  (jmurphy7599@gmail.com)

    Steve Slater, Lost Coast Outfitters,  work ph. 408-961-6450

    • 23 Jun 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GGACC casting ponds and lodge locker room

    Fun and friendly casting competition held in conjunction with the Oakland Casting Club and San Jose Flycasters, but open to any registered person who would like to participate to test their skill against others or to just take part in the training to be offered as part of these casting games this year -- all are welcome, including beginning casters!

    The casting games at the GGACC casting ponds have been rescheduled this year to be typically held on the third or fourth Sunday of each month from 9:30am to about 2pm. But be sure to check the calendar each month for the actual date for this event.  These events will have priority use of the Lodge locker room and the center and east casting ponds during these hours.

    There is a $1 entry fee required for each casting event that you choose to compete in -- to be paid to the event host. Registration is by appointment via the contact person below. 

    All GGACC Casting Games will be conducted under ACA rules and will be ACA "registered" events (UON).

    To REGISTER, or for further information or rules explanation, please contact:  Alice Gillibert  alicegillibert@comcast.net  or  Chris Korich  ckorich@gmail.com

    • 28 Jun 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • 01 Jul 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • meet at Fowlers Campground, 5 mi. east of McCloud, CA
    Register

    These two Upper McCloud River Fish-outs on Friday-Saturday, June 28-29 (Group 1) and Sunday-Monday, June 30-July 1 (Group 2) are exclusively intended for currently registered Beginner (STEP 1) students in the GGACC's "Learn to Fly Fish" (LTFF) program. Online registration will be opened at a date and time to be announced to the entire LTFF Beginner Class via email. Registration for these fish-outs is limited and based on a first-to-register basis only.  There will be 12 openings for each group.  Registration is limited to only one group initially, unless advised otherwise by the LTFF program director.

    No doubt you have heard of the McCloud River if you have talked with many fly anglers in Northern California, since it is truly one of our state's most treasured fisheries for rainbow and brown trout.  However, most of that reputation comes from the larger Lower McCloud River that comes out of the McCloud Reservoir and runs down to Lake Shasta through some picturesque but rugged canyons that cross both public and private lands, including limited access into the Nature Conservancy waters and members-only access to some very exclusive club water.  The Lower McCloud is particularly well-known for big browns that come out of Lake Shasta in the fall to spawn.  But the Lower McCloud is not a good river for teaching Beginners how to fly fish, especially in the spring, so we are headed for the first time this year to the smaller Upper McCloud River instead, in the section of the river best known to campers, sightseers, and hikers for its scenic Lower Falls and Middle Falls.  

    Since much of the water for the Upper McCloud River comes from springs, we're hoping to find a little less run-off and high water than currently expected on Sierra streams, giving us a chance to hopefully teach you dry fly, dry-dropper, and indicator nymphing techniques as well as how to read water and wade safely.  Since this is unfamiliar water to your fish-out leader, he has hired 3 professional guides each day to serve as your "instructors" for 3 groupings of 4 students each. These guides will be primarily teaching and not acting as normal guides would -- meaning that they are not going to be doing everything that they would normally do for you (except casting and catching the fish), especially since they will have four of you to be working with and not the usual limit of just two anglers per guide.

    Under the watchful eyes of these guides, the students will be deciding how and where to start fishing, rigging up their own rods, selecting and tying on their own flies, untangling their own casting messes, and landing their own fish (hopefully). The guides will be helping to instruct you wherever you need it and offering suggestions about the required casting techniques, how to approach the water and what to look for there, while helping you select a target for your cast and suggesting how to move safely into position for that cast.  You learn best by listening carefully and then attempting it on your own with subsequent critique from your guide about your mistakes. Review your class hand-outs beforehand as needed. 

    Meeting Location EACH morning at 8:30AM:  UON, you will meet and check in with your fish-out leader each morning in Fowlers Campground at a specific location there still to be confirmed with the guides.  Before the guides arrive at 9:00AM, you will need to make your own sandwiches from provided supplies, pick up or fill water bottles, and then wader-up to be ready to go with your assigned guide (but don't assemble or string your rods until told to do so by the guide).  You'll also need to pinch the barbs on your provided flies and put them in your fly box on the first morning. 

    Fowlers Campground is 5 miles east of the town of McCloud on CA Hwy 89 and about 1 mi. south of the highway on Fowler Public Camp Rd.  Look for a sign "Fowlers / Lower Falls" and turn right just after the sign to go another mile south.  Once you cross River Loop Rd., the left fork goes to the campground and the right fork goes to the day use area for the Lower Falls.  Watch for further info about where to park.  GPS Coord. for the campground:  Lat. 41.2448556, Long. -122.0232556

    Camping or Lodging Options:   You are on your own for finding or booking your own accommodations each night.  

    Fowlers Campground (EL 3300') is very popular and most of its 39 campsites were sold out back in January when reservations (at recreation.gov) were first opened for our dates -- before this fish-out was even considered to be added to the Beginner program.  But it may have as many as 8 walk-up (non-reservable campsites), one of which might just happen to be open when you arrive (max. stay is 15 days and most of these sites are probably $15 cash per night).  A nearby group camp (Camp 4) was also reserved by others too early for our having any way of getting it this year.   

    The best chance for a nearby campsite is probably at the Cattle Camp Campground (at EL 3700') that does not have any reservable campsites.  All 27 walk-up campsites there are suitable for both tent and RV camping with picnic tables, fire rings, vault toilets, and piped drinking water.  This campground is about 5 miles upstream (east) of Fowlers Campground off Tate Creek Road. The sites are $15 per night with a max. stay of 14 days.  To get to Cattle Camp CG, drive east 10.5 miles from the McCloud Ranger Station on CA-89.  Look for a sign on the left side of the hwy for Cattle Camp Campground and turn right (south) at the sign.  Go approx. 1/3 mile farther and then left into the campground.  GPS:  Lat. 41.25937011  Long. -121.9396524

    The next closest tent camping option, again with no reservable sites, is the undeveloped Algoma Campground (EL 3800') farther upstream at the end of the McCloud River Trail that has 8 user-created camp areas with one vault toilet, but no drinking water (and no fee).  To find it, go 13 miles east of the McCloud Ranger Station on CA-89 and watch for a turn-off for Algoma (Stouts Meadow) and turn right at a cross-country skier sign to go 1 more mile. GPS:  Lat. 41.2566335808 Long. -121.8830887

    There is an RV park in McCloud and campgrounds a few miles south of Dunsmuir at Castle Crags State Park and the private Railroad Park Resort.  There is likely at least one inn in tiny McCloud, but no motels. There are motel options along I-5 in Mt. Shasta (where CA-89 takes off from I-5), 6mi. south of there in Dunsmuir, and a little farther north in Weed.

    Gear Needed:  Other than any camping gear that you may decide to bring, your fishing and other gear should include:  a 4 or 5 wt fly rod with floating line, at least 2-3 9ft. 4X leaders, mono tippet spools in 3X-5X, (optionally) fluoro tippet in 4X-5X, a few medium sized indicators of your choice, split-shot in at least AB & BB sizes, forceps, nippers, gel (or liquid) silicon fly floatant, dry-shake dessicant floatant, and a small or medium sized fly box (preferably watertight).  You will be supplied with a selection of about 2 dozen flies that should be enough for this one outing, but bring some of your own if you have any now just in case. 

    Bring a pack of some sort or a fishing vest suitable to carry your fishing gear, lunch, and at least 1-2 bottles of water, plus a packable rain jacket or water resistant shell if there is any chance of rain or cool weather.  You must have a wading staff with a lanyard, a hat with brim or bill, polarized sunglasses, and at least one wading belt for your waders.  

    Bring waders and wading boots (felt-soled or studded rubber-soled) and, if you think that you might prefer to wet-wade if its hot, a pair of neoprene guard socks (to wear over cotton wading socks to both fill your wading boots and help keep sand out of your socks).

    Don't forget your fishing license (it's a long drive back to get a duplicate copy), sunscreen, and bug repellent.   Optional gear includes sungloves, a buff, a landing net on a stretchy lanyard, a marine safety whistle, tiny first aid kit, small toilet paper or kleenex pack, and a little note book & pencil and maybe a stream thermometer if you are really getting into it.  

    If you hope to tent camp and have never tried this before, look to REI.com for a suggested list of camping gear, most of which they can rent to you if you are not inclined to purchase it all for the first time or two. 

    Registration fee of $300.00 covers the guides' fees (but not gratuities of $25-35 per day), lunches, and provided flies.  It does not cover campground fees or other lodging, meals other than the two lunches, travel costs, or guide gratuities.

    Students should remember to personally thank and tip their guide at the end of each day (based on how much you learned, not how many fish you caught) since you will likely be assigned a different guide each day. 

    Registrations must be completed by paying the fee online to entitle you to a spot. There are no refunds possible if you are unable to go after having completed your registration unless there is someone on a waitlist willing to pay that fee to replace you. 

    As soon as the registrations are mostly filled, you will be getting rosters of the registrants in each group and their contact info so that you may choose to reach out to your group about carpools, sharing rooms, etc. 

    For questions, contact your fish-out leader:  John Murphy (jmurphy7599@gmail.com)




    • 01 Jul 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • GG Park's Anglers Lodge & Casting Ponds on JFK Dr. across from Buffalo Paddock
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    The Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club is pleased to be hosting Ladies Casting Night on the casting ponds in Golden Gate Park on the first Monday of May, June, and July.

    These Monday dates are May 6th, June 3rd, and July 1st, 2019.  This casting event begins at 5:30pm and runs until Dark on each of these dates, during which time the West Pond and Lodge Locker Room are reserved for this event.. 

    This "ladies-only" event is hosted by Lisa Pardini and Libby Wolfensperger of GGACC, and Sarah Landstrom of Lost Coast Outfitters.  LCO will be supplying demo rods, but bring your own rod if you have one.

    If you are interested in attending this free event, please simply register on this calendar event.  

    Please note:  This event is open to the public but, if you are NOT a member of GGACC, we will require the signing of a liability waiver.  Thank you for your understanding.

    For questions, contact Libby Wolfensperger  elwolfensperger@me.com 


    • 12 Jul 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • 16 Jul 2019
    • 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.  So, if you can possibly be one of the lucky 11 students that gets to go this year for 3 days of fabulous guided drift fishing (after arriving Friday, July 12, and not leaving before Tuesday, July 16), you'll want to do it.  These dates are a little later than in past years, but still on the weekend following the July 4th weekend (which is never a good time to fish this river due to the crowds). This year we had to slide back a few days as needed to avoid the extended July 4th weekend.  

    We will be float fishing on a famed tailwater stretch of the upper Missouri River for 3 days (on Saturday -- Monday 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.)

    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, February 10, at 12:30PM for all those current LTFF Intermediate students who may be interested in this trip.  For those unable to make this Sunday meeting, due to the late email announcement of it, I will be at the club lodge also on Tuesday evening, February 12, at 6:30pm to cover the pre-meeting info again prior to the next day's Montana Fish-out Online Registration Opening on Wednesday, February 13, at 12 noon. The transportation options, logistics, gear, licensing, the fish-out rules, etc. will be covered at these meetings, 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 the 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 Friday afternoon, July 12, (since I should be able to get us into the house around 3PM) and you won't need to leave there until 10AM, Tuesday morning, July 16, since we've also rented the house for that Monday night to allow for a full day's fishing on Monday.  Some of you may wish to stay on for a few days of wade fishing the Missouri or local creeks and other rivers, in which case, we'll try to extend our reservation in Jumping Rainbow Lodge, if possible and enough interest, or locate another nearby lodging that's smaller.  

    We will cook our own group dinner on Friday night, but dinner on Saturday and Sunday nights will be catered (which will provide left-overs for Monday night). Lunches will be provided by the guides on Sat.-Mon., 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 11 Intermediate students now, so sign up as quickly as you can so that you don't miss out!  Registration will open at 12:00 NOON on Weds., FEBRUARY 13

    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




    • 13 Jul 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Golden Gate Park casting ponds (1232 JFK Dr., across from the Buffalo Paddock), San Francisco
    Register
    The Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club's (GGACC's) Monthly Free Fly Casting Lessons are open to both Club members and the General Public. These free fly casting lessons are generally held on the 2nd Saturday of each month year-round from 9:30 AM - 12 Noon at the Golden Gate casting ponds.  These lessons are followed by a free small lunch courtesy of GGACC.  Free loaner equipment is also available on a first come, first served basis, but please try to arrive by 8:45 AM to take advantage of this limited free equipment.

    A few points to consider –

    • These lessons focus on casting single-handed fly rods.
    • Casting lessons are a “go," rain or shine.
    • For safety reasons, no flies with hooks are permitted; only "yarn" practice flies are allowed (these practice flies are provided free of charge).
    • Students are expected to provide and wear their own eye protection (regular glasses, sun glasses, or safety glasses) at all times during the casting lessons.

    Classes target four different skill levels (the classes are held concurrently): 

    • Beginner 
    • Novice
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced

    Please pre-register for these casting lessons in order to help determine the number of needed instructors and for lunch planning purposes.  To register, simply click on the large "Register" button to the left of this event description (or above it if using your smartphone).

    Finally, if you are interested in joining the casting instructor group or training for Fly Fishers International (FFI) "Casting Instructor" (CI) certification, please contact Willy George.

    • 13 Jul 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Angler's Lodge
    Register
    Cost: free.  This event is open to the public to register. 

    This Skills Building program is designed to enhance one's practical knowledge of the sport and to assist all fly fishers wishing to become more successful when out on the lakes and streams. Varying topics are presented by an experienced fly fisher with extensive knowledge about the specific topic.  

    Unless there will be no program offered in a particular month, this event is typically held on the 2nd Saturday of each month following the free public casting lessons that month. Attendance may be limited to the maximum seating available for a particular program, so please register in advance of the event. 

    The program description will be posted here as soon as it has been set.

    All participants are requested to register for this event beforehand (whether or not there is any limit shown on the registration for this event) in order to gauge the expected size of the audience.

    For further info about this event, contact:
    Garth Thompson mailto:recondite@gmail.com

    Mark Donahue  mwdonahue@yahoo.com


    • 19 Jul 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 21 Jul 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Arnold, CA
    • 0
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    Rondy:  North Fork Stanislaus River Backpack

    Dates:  July 19-21, 2018 although DATES COULD CHANGE DUE TO SNOWPACK  

    Leader:  John Anderson  mailto:john_anderson@lanset.com

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  8

    Description:  

    The goals of this North Fork of the Stanislaus Backpacking Rondy are to:  Give anglers a chance to catch some beautiful wild Rainbow & Brown trout; fish in an area that gets very little pressure; backpack through some really gorgeous terrain; have fun together; sit around a campfire (five miles from the nearest road) and tell fish stories; and sleep on the hard ground -- unless you bring a pad! 

    This two-night backpacking trip starts Friday at 12 noon with a 5 mile hike down into the (North Fork) Stanislaus River Canyon. There are no hiking trails in this area that are maintained by the Forest Service, so anglers will have to do some bushwacking. The camp site is located on the river and overlooks a 100 yard pool that holds some nice trout. There is surplus fire wood, so we can have a camp fire. We will camp at the same site for two days. 

    This rondy does involve a challenging hike down a steep river canyon so participants should be experienced backpackers and be fit enough to climb out of a 1000' canyon with a pack. The hike in and out should take about 3 hours each way.

    Participants must bring their own gear and already know: How (and what) to pack for a weekend; how set up your own tent; how to cook outdoors; how use a water filter; and how to read a map and use a compass. There will be a pre-meeting to discuss the needed gear and other logistics (date tbd). 

    Suggested Gear:  2-5 wt single handed fly rods, with floating lines. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $25  

    Other expenses will include your own transportation and food/supplies. 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 21 Jul 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GGACC casting ponds and lodge locker room

    NOTE:  THIS MONTH'S EVENT IS ON THE 3RD SUNDAY OF JULY.

    Fun and friendly casting competition held in conjunction with the Oakland Casting Club and San Jose Flycasters, but open to any registered person who would like to participate to test their skill against others or to just take part in the training to be offered as part of these casting games this year -- all are welcome, including beginning casters!

    The casting games at the GGACC casting ponds have been rescheduled this year to be typically held on the third or fourth Sunday of each month from 9:30am to about 2pm. But be sure to check the calendar each month for the actual date for this event.  These events will have priority use of the Lodge locker room and the center and east casting ponds during these hours.

    There is a $1 entry fee required for each casting event that you choose to compete in -- to be paid to the event host. Registration is by appointment via the contact person below. 

    All GGACC Casting Games will be conducted under ACA rules and will be ACA "registered" events (UON).

    To REGISTER, or for further information or rules explanation, please contact:  Alice Gillibert  alicegillibert@comcast.net  or  Chris Korich  ckorich@gmail.com

    • 27 Jul 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • East Casting Pond, GG Park

    The East Pond is reserved for a Cal-Trout/ Calif. Academy of Sciences Youth Camp event on Saturday, July 27, from 12:30-3:30pm.  This event is currently closed to sign-ups and more information will be provided here when received from Libby Wolfensperger. 

    • 05 Aug 2019
    • 7:00 AM
    • 13 Aug 2019
    • 11:30 PM
    • Anglers Lodge & Casting Ponds, Golden Gate Park

    The Angler's Lodge, casting ponds, and both the lower and upper parking lots are CLOSED for the period from Monday, August 5 to Tuesday, August 13 to allow for the set-up and takedown of the Outside Lands Music Festival held over the 3-day weekend of August 9-11 this year.

    Note that this closure of our GGACC facilities is being enforced by park police, with clear signage of this closure expected to be posted this year at each entrance. 

    http://www.sfoutsidelands.com/the-park/neighborhood

    • 09 Aug 2019
    • 7:00 AM
    • 12 Aug 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • North Fork of Yuba River, on Hwy 49 near Sierra City, CA
    • 0
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    This particular fish-out on the North Fork of the Yuba River for the Beginners Class  (Step 1) in the club's Learn to Fly Fish program can open up a world of opportunity for you as a Sierra fly-fisher.  There are hundreds of miles of cool, clear water in the Sierras, very similar to this little river, and they are all holding trout just waiting for you to delicately present a tasty looking fly in their direction.  If you're a 2019 registered LTFF Beginner student, we hope you will be able to join us to begin learning the on-stream knowledge you need to help you enjoy a lifetime of small river fly fishing.  

    Dates:  This mentored fish-out is actually two separate back-to-back 2-day fish-outs, with Group 1 fishing on Friday-Saturday, August 9-10, and Group 2 fishing on Sunday-Monday, August 11-12, 2019.  (These dates were changed from previously announced August 2-3 and 4-5 dates due to unavailability of campsites on those earlier dates.)  

    You can choose which group to register for after clicking on the large "Register" button that appears to the left of this description when the online registration is opened (or above it, if on a smartphone).

    Group 1 students can arrive as early as 3:00pm on Thursday to set up in the reserved campsites and get your gear squared away.  There will be mentors on hand to help you with your fishing gear and we might even get a little fishing in that evening. 

    Group 2 students can arrive as early as 3:00pm on Saturday with the same set-up and organizing opportunities as with Group 1.  However, Group 2 will be going into town on Saturday evening for their hosted restaurant dinner (Group 1 will do the same on Friday evening). 

    Meeting Time:  We will meet at 7:30am each morning in the fish-out leader's campsite to get your mentor assignment and instructions on safety, lunch, etc.  You should be finished with breakfast, fully dressed, with sunscreen applied, and in your waders and boots ready to leave camp.  Wait until your mentor tells you to do so before assembling and stringing your rod since it may be necessary to transport them unassembled.  If you are staying somewhere besides in the campground, be sure to arrive in camp well before 7:30am or risk being left behind. 

    All Group 1 students will have to be ready to break camp early Saturday afternoon at the latest to make room for the arrival of Group 2.  Expect more instructions on the logistics of breaking camp on Saturday at the Friday morning meeting. 

    Meals:  Lunch will be provided on both days for each group.  Typically, we pack a lunch and take it with us so that we don't have to return to camp to eat.  Students should all have small packs, or other means such as large back pockets in fishing vests big enough to carry sandwiches, water bottles, etc.  There will be a hosted group dinner at Sierra Pines Resort (formerly Herrington's) in Sierra City on Friday evening for Group 1 and on Saturday evening for Group 2, seating no later than 6:30pm.  You are on your own for any other dinners and all breakfasts, so plan accordingly.   

    Campground Location:  Most of us will be camping, doubled-up in one of the club's reserved Lower Loop campsites, in the NFS Loganville Campground.   We will head out from there each morning with your mentor to fish different sections of the river. This campground is roughly 17 miles east of Downieville, CA, on State Hwy 49, and is about 1.5 miles west of Sierra City (not to be confused with Sierraville, which is further east over a mountain pass).  GPS Coordinates:  Latitude 39.5647222  Longitude -120.6611111

    Driving Directions:   Suggest entering Downieville, CA or Sierra City, CA in a map app. There are several possible routes, but exiting I-80 in Auburn and following CA Highway 49N along the North Yuba River through Downieville is a fairly direct and particularly scenic route. From this direction, the campground will be on your right (riverside) of the highway, marked only by a Forest Service sign, as the last of at least two campgrounds along this river before reaching Sierra City.  There is a Loganville RV dump Station on the other side of the highway.  Take the right dirt road leaving the highway to reach the Lower Loop. 

    Camping:  This Nat'l. Forest Service campground has two loops situated in dense forest of oak, pine and fir trees which provide ample shade.  The upper loop goes up the hillside to the left and the lower loop goes to the right to level ground, where we have reserved campsites #15, 16, 18, and 19.  These sites should have a reserved tag on the number post with your fish-out leader's name on them.  Each site has been reserved for two tents and vehicles per campsite, so upon arrival pick one that has at least one open spot.  The Loganville Campground is at about 4,100 ft elevation and has pit toilets (outhouses) and fresh (potable) water faucets strategically located throughout the camp.  You are allowed to have fires in the fire pits only, so you may want to bring a little firewood or buy it in town.  There are metal boxes in each campsite for all food storage. 

    Gear:  If you intend to stay in camp, you should have a tent unless you plan to sleep in your vehicle or camper.  It can be downright cool at night so be sure to bring a good sleeping bag, camp pillow, and sleeping pad, mattress, or cot.  Don't forget a headlamp, flashlight, and/or lantern. A camp chair is also recommended.  If you are a newbie to tent camping and would like a more complete checklist of suggested camping gear, please contact the LTFF Program Director.  If you don't own all the camping gear you need, you can often rent it at an REI store, if you choose not to buy this gear now.  

    Other required items include:  warm jacket or fleece for early mornings and evenings, a packable rain jacket (rain pants or a poncho are always good for in-camp when not wearing waders), hat, sunblock, chap stick, bug repellent, polarized sunglasses, and any needed medication and personal hygiene items. Sun buffs and sun gloves are recommended for additional protection.  There is poison oak in the area (if you don't know what that looks like, ask your mentor to show you) so wearing long pants is a good idea when walking in the brush without waders on.

    Required fishing gear should include:  waders (with at least one belt!), wading boots, any wading staff(!), fishing license(!)a fly rod (5wt or lighter), reel with floating line, fly box, nippers, forceps, split-shot, indicators, and maybe a couple 9' lg, 4X leaders, with 4X & 5X tippet in mono and fluoro.  You may choose to wet wade, in which case you should have neoprene guard socks to wear inside boots or wading sandals.  A wading net is optional. 

    Cost:  The registration fee for this fish-out is $220, which covers the two camp lunches, a hosted restaurant dinner with wine or beer, the campground fees, and a starter kit of a dozen or more flies, leader, and tippet material. 

    THIS FISH-OUT IS FOR THE LTFF BEGINNER CLASS ONLY!  Watch for emails further describing this adventure and what you can expect.  We will notify you in early July about a scheduled pre-fish-out meeting for those registered. 

    Program Note:  Those who are registered for a LTFF fish-out and later learn that they can't attend will be solely responsible for finding their own replacement to pay them directly for whatever they can get for their spot if there is no one on the waitlist willing to do so. These fish-outs are necessarily planned and paid for in advance so club refunds are typically not possible.

    Cost:  $220.00


    STEP 1 BEGINNERS - NORTH YUBA RIVER FOR TROUT

    Saturday June 6 & Sunday June 7, 2015

    All Day

    This fish-out can open up a world of opportunity for you as a Sierra Fly-Fisher.  There are hundreds of miles of cool, clear water in the Sierras similar to the North Fork of the Yuba River and, they are holding trout just waiting for you to delicately present a tasty looking fly in their direction.  So, come and join us to gain the knowledge necessary to help enjoy a lifetime of fly fishing.  

    This fish-out will be held on June 6th and 7th 2015.  We will camp at Loganville Campground and explore sections of the river from there.  The campground is roughly thirty five miles east of Downieville CA. and is at about 4,100 ft elevation.  The campground has pit toilets (out house) and fresh (potable) water faucets strategically located throughout the camp.

    Lunch will be provided on both Saturday and Sunday and we will enjoy a good meal and good times at the restaurant in Sierra City.

    THIS FISH-OUT IS FOR BEGINNER CLASS ONLY! 

    NOTICE:  BECAUSE THE CLUB WEB SITE IS EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT bldrcretin@gmail.com TO INFORM ME THAT YOU HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE BEGINNERS PROGRAM.  I WILL KEEP SEPARATE RECORDS SO EVERYONE IS COUNTED AND HAS A CHANCE FOR  THIS GREAT PROGRAM.


    NOTE:  THOSE  WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR A FISH-OUT AND LATER LEARN THAT THEY CAN'T ATTEND WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR FINDING THEIR OWN REPLACEMENT WHO  PAY THEM DIRECTLY  FOR THEIR SPOT -- SINCE FISH-OUTS ARE PLANNED AND PAID FOR IN ADVANCE CLUB REFUNDS ARE NOT GENERALLY POSSIBLE.




    RSVP Info:

    Members, please log in to RSVP


    Non-members:
        click here to pay online


    RICH STEVENS
    Email: bldrcretin@gmail.com
    Phone: 831-338-4843 

    Cost: $100.00


    STEP 1 BEGINNERS - NORTH YUBA RIVER FOR TROUT

    Saturday June 6 & Sunday June 7, 2015

    All Day

    This fish-out can open up a world of opportunity for you as a Sierra Fly-Fisher.  There are hundreds of miles of cool, clear water in the Sierras similar to the North Fork of the Yuba River and, they are holding trout just waiting for you to delicately present a tasty looking fly in their direction.  So, come and join us to gain the knowledge necessary to help enjoy a lifetime of fly fishing.  

    This fish-out will be held on June 6th and 7th 2015.  We will camp at Loganville Campground and explore sections of the river from there.  The campground is roughly thirty five miles east of Downieville CA. and is at about 4,100 ft elevation.  The campground has pit toilets (out house) and fresh (potable) water faucets strategically located throughout the camp.

    Lunch will be provided on both Saturday and Sunday and we will enjoy a good meal and good times at the restaurant in Sierra City.

    THIS FISH-OUT IS FOR BEGINNER CLASS ONLY! 

    NOTICE:  BECAUSE THE CLUB WEB SITE IS EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT bldrcretin@gmail.com TO INFORM ME THAT YOU HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE BEGINNERS PROGRAM.  I WILL KEEP SEPARATE RECORDS SO EVERYONE IS COUNTED AND HAS A CHANCE FOR  THIS GREAT PROGRAM.


    NOTE:  THOSE  WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR A FISH-OUT AND LATER LEARN THAT THEY CAN'T ATTEND WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR FINDING THEIR OWN REPLACEMENT WHO  PAY THEM DIRECTLY  FOR THEIR SPOT -- SINCE FISH-OUTS ARE PLANNED AND PAID FOR IN ADVANCE CLUB REFUNDS ARE NOT GENERALLY POSSIBLE.




    RSVP Info:

    Members, please log in to RSVP


    Non-members:
        click here to pay online


    RICH STEVENS
    Email: bldrcretin@gmail.com
    Phone: 831-338-4843 

    Cost: $100.00


    • 17 Aug 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Golden Gate Park casting ponds (1232 JFK Dr., across from the Buffalo Paddock), San Francisco
    Register

    NOTE:  DUE TO GG PARK CLOSURE FOR THE OUTSIDE LANDS MUSIC FESTIVAL ON AUG. 9-11, 2019, THE GGACC'S AUGUST FREE CASTING LESSONS WILL BE HELD ON THE 3RD SATURDAY (August 17) FOR THIS MONTH ONLY

    The Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club's (GGACC's) Monthly Free Fly Casting Lessons are open to both Club members and the General Public. These free fly casting lessons are generally held on the 2nd Saturday of each month year-round from 9:30 AM - 12 Noon at the Golden Gate casting ponds.  These lessons are followed by a free small lunch courtesy of GGACC.  Free loaner equipment is also available on a first come, first served basis, but please try to arrive by 8:45 AM to take advantage of this limited free equipment.

    A few points to consider –

    • These lessons focus on casting single-handed fly rods.
    • Casting lessons are a “go," rain or shine.
    • For safety reasons, no flies with hooks are permitted; only "yarn" practice flies are allowed (these practice flies are provided free of charge).
    • Students are expected to provide and wear their own eye protection (regular glasses, sun glasses, or safety glasses) at all times during the casting lessons.

    Classes target four different skill levels (the classes are held concurrently): 

    • Beginner 
    • Novice
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced

    Please pre-register for these casting lessons in order to help determine the number of needed instructors and for lunch planning purposes.  To register, simply click on the large "Register" button to the left of this event description (or above it if using your smartphone).

    Finally, if you are interested in joining the casting instructor group or training for Fly Fishers International (FFI) "Casting Instructor" (CI) certification, please contact Willy George.

    • 17 Aug 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Angler's Lodge
    Register

    NOTE:  This month's Skill Building Program is on the 3rd Saturday of August since the Anglers Lodge and Casting Ponds are closed on the 2nd Saturday due to the Outside Lands Music Festival that weekend.   

    Cost:  free.  This event is open to the public to register. 

    This Skills Building program is designed to enhance one's practical knowledge of the sport and to assist all fly fishers wishing to become more successful when out on the lakes and streams. Varying topics are presented by an experienced fly fisher with extensive knowledge about the specific topic.  

    Unless there will be no program offered in a particular month, this event is typically held on the 2nd Saturday of each month following the free public casting lessons that month. Attendance may be limited to the maximum seating available for a particular program, so please register in advance of the event. 

    The program description will be posted here as soon as it has been set.

    All participants are requested to register for this event beforehand (whether or not there is any limit shown on the registration for this event) in order to gauge the expected size of the audience.

    For further info about this event, contact:
    Garth Thompson mailto:recondite@gmail.com

    Mark Donahue  mwdonahue@yahoo.com


    • 24 Aug 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Golden Gate Casting Ponds

    The casting ponds are reserved for this annual event on this Saturday, August 24, 2019, date.  More info to follow when provided by Willy George. 

    • 25 Aug 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GGACC casting ponds and lodge locker room

    Fun and friendly casting competition held in conjunction with the Oakland Casting Club and San Jose Flycasters, but open to any registered person who would like to participate to test their skill against others or to just take part in the training to be offered as part of these casting games this year -- all are welcome, including beginning casters!

    The casting games at the GGACC casting ponds have been rescheduled this year to be typically held on the third or fourth Sunday of each month from 9:30am to about 2pm. But be sure to check the calendar each month for the actual date for this event.  These events will have priority use of the Lodge locker room and the center and east casting ponds during these hours.

    There is a $1 entry fee required for each casting event that you choose to compete in -- to be paid to the event host. Registration is by appointment via the contact person below. 

    All GGACC Casting Games will be conducted under ACA rules and will be ACA "registered" events (UON).

    To REGISTER, or for further information or rules explanation, please contact:  Alice Gillibert  alicegillibert@comcast.net  or  Chris Korich  ckorich@gmail.com

    • 08 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 14 Sep 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Mammoth Lakes, CA
    • 0
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    Rondy:  Eastern Sierra Backpack

    Dates:  September 8-14, 2019 although DATES COULD CHANGE DUE TO SNOWPACK  

    Leader:  William (Brad) Bradford  415-923-7601  mailto:bradford@realpropserv.com

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  5

    Description:  This Eastern Sierra Rondy is a 5 night backpacking trip (away from home at least six nights) to fly fish a small watershed located out of Mammoth, CA. This rondy is limited to 5 experienced backpackers (6 including the leader). We will fish both lakes and creeks along a 20 mile loop and spend more than one night at one campsite. The fishing will be walk & wading on the streams and casting from the lake shores.

    The plan is to spend Sunday night, Sept 8th in Mammoth and then hit the trail. We will meet at the Mammoth Ranger Station first and then hike out of and return to the Devil's Post Pile Ranger Station.  This 20 mile loop has an elevation gain of about 2000' and tops out at about 9000' elevation. The first night campsite is about 2-3 miles in, where we camp on King Creek. Other days can be more uphill and longer. Pack light!

    You will need all the normal backpacking gear to take care of yourself on the trail.  We will share some gear such as stoves, water filters, etc.  Bring your favorite fly rod for fishing small rushing creeks, a pooling meadow, and deep-shored lakes. There will be opportunities to fish with dries, nymphs, and streamers.

    You must also be an experienced backpacker and have the ability to hike with your pack up to 6-8 miles daily on rough trails.  The leader is an experienced backpacker.  However, the expectation is that all participants in this rondy will be self sufficient.  There will be a pre-meeting to discuss logistics, gear, shared food, etc.  The date for this pre-meeting is tbd. 

    Suggested Gear:  2-5 wt single handed fly rods, with floating lines. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $25  

    Other expenses will include your transportation, food/supplies, and a small shuttle fee to the trailhead. 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 14 Sep 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Golden Gate Park casting ponds (1232 JFK Dr., across from the Buffalo Paddock), San Francisco
    Register

    The Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club's (GGACC's) Monthly Free Fly Casting Lessons are open to both Club members and the General Public. These free fly casting lessons are generally held on the 2nd Saturday of each month year-round from 9:30 AM - 12 Noon at the Golden Gate Park casting ponds.  These lessons are followed by a free small lunch courtesy of GGACC.  Free loaner equipment is also available on a first come, first served basis, but please try to arrive by 8:45 AM to take advantage of this limited free equipment.

    A few points to consider –

    • These lessons focus on casting single-handed fly rods.
    • Casting lessons are a “go," rain or shine.
    • For safety reasons, no flies with hooks are permitted; only "yarn" practice flies are allowed (these practice flies are provided free of charge).
    • Students are expected to provide and wear their own eye protection (regular glasses, sun glasses, or safety glasses) at all times during the casting lessons.

    Classes target four different skill levels (the classes are held concurrently): 

    • Beginner 
    • Novice
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced

    Please pre-register for these casting lessons in order to help determine the number of needed instructors and for lunch planning purposes.  To register, simply click on the large "Register" button to the left of this event description (or above it if using your smartphone).

    Finally, if you are interested in joining the casting instructor group or training for Fly Fishers International (FFI) "Casting Instructor" (CI) certification, please contact Willy George.

    • 14 Sep 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Angler's Lodge
    Register
    Cost: free.  This event is open to the public to register. 

    This Skills Building program is designed to enhance one's practical knowledge of the sport and to assist all fly fishers wishing to become more successful when out on the lakes and streams. Varying topics are presented by an experienced fly fisher with extensive knowledge about the specific topic.  

    Unless there will be no program offered in a particular month, this event is typically held on the 2nd Saturday of each month following the free public casting lessons that month. Attendance may be limited to the maximum seating available for a particular program, so please register in advance of the event. 

    The program description will be posted here as soon as it has been set.

    All participants are requested to register for this event beforehand (whether or not there is any limit shown on the registration for this event) in order to gauge the expected size of the audience.

    For further info about this event, contact:
    Garth Thompson mailto:recondite@gmail.com

    Mark Donahue  mwdonahue@yahoo.com


    • 18 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 22 Sep 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Hoopa, CA
    • 0
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    Rondy:  Klamath River Steelhead

    Dates:  September 18-22, 2019  

    Leader:  Don Forbes  mailto:don.forbes@yahoo.com  

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  7

    Description:  Don will again be leading a Rondy to the beautiful Klamath river.  Unfortunately the accommodations he's used for years (Spey Gee Resort) suddenly closed.  So he will be researching new accommodations in the next few months.   Feel free to register to save your spot as some of the details get worked out.  Or wait until specific plans are locked in.   If you do register and the final plans don't fit your needs we will refund your $25.  

    There will be a pre-meeting (TBD) this summer to discuss plans including logistics, lodging, gear, etc.  

    Suggested Gear:  This is a cast, swing, mend, and hang-on Rondy!  Long casts are a plus, but you'll find fish within 50 feet. Either 6-8 wt single hand rods, or 4-7wt spey rods, with floating lines, are recommended. Waders, boots with felt or studded soles, and wading staffs are a must!  It's slippery.  Don't forget to get a 2019 Steelhead card in addition to your California fishing license.

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $25  

    Other expenses will be transportation, lodging and food.  More details to come.

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds (except as noted above).  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 20 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 22 Sep 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Cooper Landing, AK
    • 0
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    Rondy:  Alaska 

    Dates:  September 20-22, 2019  

    Leader:  Michael Souter  mailto:mks@luminae-souter.com

    Number of anglers (excludes leader):  7

    Description:  This Rondy is a 3-day guided float fly-fishing adventure on the scenic and famous Kenai River in Alaska where we will fly-fish for big Alaska size Rainbow and Dolly Varden Trout and Silver Salmon. Guides will drift through through miles of scenic water in custom built power drift boats where we will predominately nymph egg patterns for Trout and strip for Silvers. We will periodically take out to swing depending on water levels so bring your Spey rod if interested. Boots with felt soles are not allowed in Alaska and studs are not allowed in boats so rubber soles are your best option. There will be one guide and boat for every 2 anglers. They will provide top-quality fly-fishing gear and flies but not Spey rods. Snacks, water and a hot lunch will also be provided each day.

    We can meet and carpool from Anchorage airport to Cooper Landing, which is about 100 miles south of Anchorage (2 hours) or meet in Cooper Landing depending on preference. Lodging can be arranged at the Hutch in Cooper Landing https://www.thehutchbandb.com/ which includes a continental breakfast. Our guides will meet us each morning then shuttle to launch site for an exciting day of fishing.

    As we get closer, we will have a meeting to discuss more details including equipment, lodging, car pools, room sharing, etc. In the meantime, you can get more details and check out the fish photos on the Silent Run website at http://silentrunak.com/

    Here are some things not included that you should budget for in addition to the rondy fee:

    • Lodging at the Hutch $109-129 for room that sleeps 2 (single occupancy is same price)
    • Airfare cost approximately $500 RT from SFO to ANC
    • Rental car approximately $100/day for full size SUV (we'll try to share a car(s))
    • Dinner (Several local places nearby)
    • Alcohol (BYOB)
    • Alaska fishing license (pick up in Anchorage)
    • Gratuities (20% + of guide fee recommended)
    • Personal items, clothes, waders, boots (no felts or spikes), Spey rod, etc.

    Suggested Gear:  7-8 wt single handed fly rods, with floating lines

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $1,075  

    Other expenses will be lodging, transportation, guide gratuities, etc as listed above. 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 21 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 22 Sep 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Westernmost Casting Pond

    The Submarine Club's annual two-day event takes place this year on Saturday and Sunday, September 21 & 22, 2019.

    The Submariners shall have exclusive use of the West End casting pond on these two days for operation of their remote-controlled submarines.

    All fly casters are asked to respect their use of that one pond on these two dates as approved by both SF Park & Rec and the GGACC president. 

    • 27 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Redding, CA
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    Rondy:  Lower Sacramento River Drift #3

    Dates:  September 27, 2019  

    Leader:  Jeff Hutchinson  mailto:jeff.hutchinson@att.net

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  7

    Description:  One day drift boat trip to the amazing trout factory of the lower Sacramento river.  These are prime dates for the "egg drop" and fishing should be good with high numbers of football shaped rainbows.  We will be 4 boats, with 2 anglers per boat.  Our guides will be from AC Flyfishing https://www.acflyfishing.com/ 

    Suggested Gear:  5-6 wt single handed fly rods, with floating lines. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $275.  

    Other expenses will be guide gratuities.

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 28 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Redding, CA
    • 7
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    Rondy:  Lower Sacramento River Drift #4

    Dates:  September 28, 2019  

    Leader:  TBD 

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  7

    Description:  One day drift boat trip to the amazing trout factory of the lower Sacramento river.  These are prime dates for the "egg drop" and fishing should be good with high numbers of football shaped rainbows.  We will be 4 boats, with 2 anglers per boat.  Our guides will be from AC Flyfishing https://www.acflyfishing.com/ 

    Suggested Gear:  5-6 wt single handed fly rods, with floating lines. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $275.  

    Other expenses will be guide gratuities.

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 28 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 29 Sep 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Mono Hot Springs, CA
    • 3
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    Rondy:  Mono Hot Springs Dry Fly - Guided Walk & Wade

    Dates:  September 28-29, 2019

    Leader:  Gavan Hennessy  mailto:hennessygavan@gmail.com

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  7

    Description:  2 days guided dry fly sight fishing for wild brown trout, with one one of the top guides in California ( www.sierraflyfisher.com ).  Two nearby high elevation lakes host great runs of large brown trout at this time of year, and can be easily seen and cast to in the crystal clear tributaries.  There is also great fishing downstream from the lakes for more plentiful smaller fish of many varieties.  If you like dry fly fishing in remote wilderness areas, then this is the Rondy for you!

    Accomodations will be 3 nights (Sept 27, 28 and 29) at the Mono Hot Springs Resort www.monohotsprings.com with 2 anglers per cabin.  There is a restaurant, general store and best of all, the many hot springs to relax in after a day on the rivers and lakes.

    Anglers need to be comfortable walking and wading rough terrain (similar to McCloud wading). However, you do not need to be an expert angler to go on this trip as the guides are experienced teachers and will be happy to help improve your skills.

    Suggested Gear:  3-5 wt fly rods with the usual lines, leaders, etc., to fish dries.  You'll also need a wading staff, sturdy waders, studded boots, and clothing to manage changeable weather.  

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $575.  This includes 3 nights lodging and 2 days guided fishing.  

    Other expenses will include travel, food, and guide tips. 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 29 Sep 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GGACC casting ponds and lodge locker room

    NOTE:  THIS MONTH'S EVENT IS ON THE 5TH SUNDAY OF SEPTEMBER.

    Fun and friendly casting competition held in conjunction with the Oakland Casting Club and San Jose Flycasters, but open to any registered person who would like to participate to test their skill against others or to just take part in the training to be offered as part of these casting games this year -- all are welcome, including beginning casters!

    The casting games at the GGACC casting ponds have been rescheduled this year to be typically held on the third or fourth Sunday of each month from 9:30am to about 2pm. But be sure to check the calendar each month for the actual date for this event.  These events will have priority use of the Lodge locker room and the center and east casting ponds during these hours.

    There is a $1 entry fee required for each casting event that you choose to compete in -- to be paid to the event host. Registration is by appointment via the contact person below. 

    All GGACC Casting Games will be conducted under ACA rules and will be ACA "registered" events (UON).

    To REGISTER, or for further information or rules explanation, please contact:  Alice Gillibert  alicegillibert@comcast.net  or  Chris Korich  ckorich@gmail.com

    • 05 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 07 Oct 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Bend, OR
    • 0
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    Rondy:  Deschutes River

    Dates:  October 5-7, 2019  

    Leader:  Libby Wolfensperger  mailto:elwolfensperger@me.com 

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  7

    Description:  This Rondy is a 3 day guided float and wade fishing adventure on the scenic Lower Deschutes River in Central Oregon where we will fly-fish for Native Summer Steelhead and “Red side”  Rainbow Trout. Guides will take us through miles of calm and white water and scenic canyons where we will periodically take out to wade, swing, nymph or dry fly for fish depending on conditions (no fishing from boat). Only experienced wading anglers should sign up for this trip. Boots with studs are encouraged. There will be one guide and boat for every 2 anglers. We will be using single handed and/or Spey rods 5-7 wt. depending on your preference. For those of you without two handed rods, guides will have some to try out.

    A camp guide will proceed us each day and haul gear, bedding, set up camp, tents and cook a delicious dinner. In the morning, breakfast and coffee will be ready before we take off each day. All meals and water will be provided while on the river. Anglers will supply sleeping bags, pillows, personal items, liquor, rods, flies, Oregon fishing license and boat permit (for Indian Reservation).

    We will start and end the trip in Bend, Oregon at the Confluence fly shop in the Old Mill district where we can pick up some flies, get a license, meet our guides and park our cars. We will put in near Madras about an hour north and take out near Maupin 3 days later then head back to Bend. Bend is only about an 8 ½ hr. drive from San Francisco. There is also an airport in nearby Redmond for those who prefer not to drive. We should all plan on coming in a day early and staying over the night after in Bend.

    As we get closer, we will have a meeting to discuss more details including equipment, lodging, car pools, room sharing, etc. In the meantime, you can get more details on the Deep Canyon Outfitters website at http://www.deepcanyonoutfitters.com/

    Suggested Gear:  5-7 wt single-handed fly rods with floating lines and/or 5-7 wt two-handed rods, studded boots, and wading staff.  Anglers must also supply their own sleeping bags, pillow, personal items, liquor, flies, and Oregon fishing license and boater's pass. Guides will supply tents, sleeping pads and cots. 

    There will be a dedicated gear boat that will haul our gear, set up camp, and cook great meals. Personal items that are only needed in camp can be packed in a large dry bag to be supplied by the guides and transported in the gear boat.  Bring your own small dry bag (or waterproof pack) with a change of clothes, rain jacket, fleece, and any small personal items that you may want to keep handy in your boat.  

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $1,172.50  

    Other expenses will be guide gratuities, transportation to and from Bend, and lodging the nights before and after the trip. 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 12 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 13 Oct 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Dunsmuir, CA
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    Rondy:  Upper Sacramento River Walk & Wade #2

    Dates:  October 12-13, 2019  

    Leader:  Greg Someson  mailto:gregsomeson@hotmail.com

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  8

    Description:  The Upper "Sac" is everything a freestone trout stream should be:  It has riffles, pocket water, long runs, and deep pools. It is a wonderful "walk and wade" river that flows 37 miles from Lake Siskiyou to Shasta Lake. Rondy leader Greg Someson will lead 8 club anglers to show them good places to enter and fish the river on October 12 and 13.  We will meet on October 12 at 7:00AM at the Ted Fay Fly Shop, located in downtown Dunsmuir.  We will make a short drive to the river.

    Suggested Gear:  4-5 wt single handed fly rods, with floating lines for dry flies and nymphing, 4X-6X leaders, 5X-7X tippet (Mono or Flourocarbon), split-shot, indicators, and flies. Full wading attire and staff.  Weather is always changeable - Be prepared.. 

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $25  

    Other expenses will include travel, lodging (there are several motels and campgrounds in the area - more information will be forthcoming), meals, and perhaps, the purchase of a few flies while in the fly shop (to help support the grateful owner Bob who personally ties most of his flies). 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 12 Oct 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Golden Gate Park casting ponds (1232 JFK Dr., across from the Buffalo Paddock), San Francisco
    Register

    The Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club's (GGACC's) Monthly Free Fly Casting Lessons are open to both Club members and the General Public. These free fly casting lessons are generally held on the 2nd Saturday of each month year-round from 9:30 AM - 12 Noon at the Golden Gate Park casting ponds.  These lessons are followed by a free small lunch courtesy of GGACC.  Free loaner equipment is also available on a first come, first served basis, but please try to arrive by 8:45 AM to take advantage of this limited free equipment.

    A few points to consider –

    • These lessons focus on casting single-handed fly rods.
    • Casting lessons are a “go," rain or shine.
    • For safety reasons, no flies with hooks are permitted; only "yarn" practice flies are allowed (these practice flies are provided free of charge).
    • Students are expected to provide and wear their own eye protection (regular glasses, sun glasses, or safety glasses) at all times during the casting lessons.

    Classes target four different skill levels (the classes are held concurrently): 

    • Beginner 
    • Novice
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced

    Please pre-register for these casting lessons in order to help determine the number of needed instructors and for lunch planning purposes.  To register, simply click on the large "Register" button to the left of this event description (or above it if using your smartphone).

    Finally, if you are interested in joining the casting instructor group or training for Fly Fishers International (FFI) "Casting Instructor" (CI) certification, please contact Willy George.

    • 12 Oct 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Angler's Lodge
    Register
    Cost: free.  This event is open to the public to register. 

    This Skills Building program is designed to enhance one's practical knowledge of the sport and to assist all fly fishers wishing to become more successful when out on the lakes and streams. Varying topics are presented by an experienced fly fisher with extensive knowledge about the specific topic.  

    Unless there will be no program offered in a particular month, this event is typically held on the 2nd Saturday of each month following the free public casting lessons that month. Attendance may be limited to the maximum seating available for a particular program, so please register in advance of the event. 

    The Skills Building Program on this day from 1 - 3 PM will include a special demonstration on “How a Bamboo Rod is Made”.  Afterwards attendees can cast both bamboo and graphite rods provided by Tom Morgan Rodsmiths.

    All participants are requested to register for this event beforehand (whether or not there is any limit shown on the registration for this event) in order to gauge the expected size of the audience.

    For further info about this event, contact:
    Garth Thompson mailto:recondite@gmail.com

    Mark Donahue  mwdonahue@yahoo.com


    • 12 Oct 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Angler's Lodge & Center Casting Pond

    Title: Tom Morgan Rodsmiths Presentation & Demo Day

    When: Saturday October 12, 2019 from 1 - 6 PM
    Location:  Angler’s Lodge & Center Casting Pond

    The Angler’s Lodge and the Center Casting Pond are reserved for this special event.  The Skills Building Program on this day from 1 - 3 PM will include a demonstration on “How a Bamboo Rod is Made.”  Afterwards attendees can cast both bamboo and graphite rods provided by Tom Morgan Rodsmiths.  More info to follow when provided by Willy George.

    Please REGISTER for the bamboo rod building demonstration portion of this event (i.e., from 1-3pm) on the "Fly Fishing Skills Building" event posted on the calendar for this date. 


    • 15 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 17 Oct 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • McCloud, CA
    • 0
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    Rondy:  McCloud River Walk & Wade

    Dates:  October 15-17, 2019 although DATES COULD CHANGE DUE TO CONSERVANCY PASSES 

    Leader:  Gavan Hennessy  mailto:hennessygavan@gmail.com

    Number of anglers (excluding leader):  4

    Description:  We will take 4 experienced anglers to the lower McCloud river at Ah-Di-Nah campground, to the Nature Conservancy, and Ash Camp.  Because of their incredible vigor and resilience, the McCloud River rainbow trout have been transplanted and established themselves in many of the greatest fly fishing locations in the world.  The famed October Caddis emergence may be underway then, and those who have witnessed clouds of these 1.5-inch-long flies laying eggs on the water in late afternoon will never forget it.  For dry-fly aficionados, the McCloud can be surprisingly good. Both high-sticking and long line nymphing also work very well. Targeting big Brown trout migrating up from Lake Shasta with large streamers is a real treat.

    This outing is not for anyone with serious medical conditions since the stream access and wading are difficult, and the location is far from medical services.  There is no cell phone reception in the McCloud River canyon. At this time of year the weather usually is very cool and could be wet.  Everyone will be staying at the Ah-Di-Nah campground.There will be a pre-meeting (date TBD).  

    Suggested Gear:  4-7 wt fly rods with the usual lines, leaders, etc., to fish dries, nymphs, and streamers.  You'll also need a wading staff, sturdy waders, studded boots, warm clothing, and a rain jacket.

    Cost:  The fee for this Rondy is $25  

    Other expenses will include travel, food, and a small campground fee. 

    Cancellation Policy:  There are no refunds.  In the event that a member is, for any reason, unable to attend, he may resell his slot (rod) to another GGACC member (by first pulling from the waitlist if one exists).  It is the sole responsibility of the member to manage this transaction.  This is not the responsibility of the leader or club.

    • 18 Oct 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Anglers Lodge & casting ponds, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco

    The GGACC ponds are reserved on Friday, October 18, 2019 for Official Practice for the Northwestern Tournament on that weekend and for U.S. Team Training on this day.

    For more information about the Northwestern Tournament on Sat. & Sun., Oct. 19 & 20 which is being held in San Francisco this year, please see those two day's events on the GGACC Events Calendar.   

    • 19 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM
    • GG Anglers Lodge and all casting ponds

    Northwestern Tournament in San Francisco is Sat. & Sun., Oct 19-20, 2019 (10 events). There is an Official Practice day and U.S. Team Training on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. 

    This regional casting tournament is sponsored by Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club in conjunction with the Oakland Casting Club.  Open for free public viewing. 

    The event on this Saturday date will be held at the GGACC casting ponds. (This is the first day of competition in a two-day tournament.)  Note change of date again this year to the 3rd weekend of October.

    Saturday's events are:  Trout Fly, Bass Bug, 1/4oz Plug, Open Plug, Anglers Fly, and 1/4oz Spin Distance 

    8:00 am -- Registration and payment of event fees.

    8:30 am -- Competition begins 

    A lunch and dinner are planned for Saturday in the lodge (pay fee at the door), so the entire lodge will be needed for this event for most of the day and evening. 

    This is a Fly/spin/bait accuracy casting and fly and spin distance casting tournament. This tournament is divided into three competition divisions:  "C" (Beginning), "B" (Intermediate), "A" (Advanced).

    Participation is open to the public (but please register beforehand) and visitors are more than welcome to attend for free.

    NOTE:  Western Tournament Association rules will apply to this tournament. 

    Registration for competing is via appointment.  Please contact Chris Korich by email at ckorich@gmail.com   or  Alice Gillibert by phone at 510-452-5181 or by email at alicegillibert@comcast.net. There is no registration fee. 

    • 20 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • GG Anglers Lodge and all casting ponds

    Northwestern Tournament in San Francisco is Sat. & Sun., Oct 19-20, 2019 (10 events).  There is an Official Practice day and U.S. Team Training on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. 

    This regional casting tournament is sponsored by Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club in conjunction with the Oakland Casting Club.  Open for free public viewing. 

    The event on this Sunday date will be held at the GGACC casting ponds. (This is the 2nd day of competition in a two-day tournament.)  Note change of date again this year to the 3rd weekend of October.

    Sunday's events are:  Dry Fly, Wet Fly, 3/8oz and 5/8oz Plug, 5/8oz Plug Team Event. 

    8:00 am -- Registration and payment of event fees.

    8:30 am -- Competition begins 

    A lunch is planned for Sunday in the lodge (pay fee at the door), so the entire lodge will be needed for this event for most of the day.

    This is a Fly/spin/bait accuracy casting and fly and spin distance casting tournament. This tournament is divided into three competition divisions:  "C" (Beginning), "B" (Intermediate), "A" (Advanced).

    Participation is open to the public (but please register beforehand) and visitors are more than welcome to attend for free.

    NOTE:  Western Tournament Association rules will apply to this tournament. 

    Registration for competing is via appointment.  Please contact Chris Korich by email at ckorich@gmail.com   or  Alice Gillibert by phone at 510-452-5181 or by email at alicegillibert@comcast.net. There is no registration fee. 

    • 25 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 27 Oct 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Bridgeport, CA
    • 0
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