Message from the Board of Directors - May 2023
Greetings Rooster Tails!
As we stumble into warmer weather, fishing conditions continue to improve. Hopefully you have dusted the cobwebs off your gear and are ready to hit the waters, if you haven't already.
This month's speakers will be Brett Brady of Bare Bones Guide Service. Brett will be sharing information on how he fishes for stripers and other species in Northern California.
We look forward to seeing you on the 19th at the Elks Lodge! Remember, doors to the Elk's Lodge open at 7am, Breakfast begins at 8 and our speaker begins at 9. Fishing reports, Monthly Raffle and fellowship continue after the speaker.
- 2023 Jackpot Contest is open. You can sign up at the meeting. Remember, you have to have your application in two weeks before any submission.
- A For Sale table will be set up in the back for members to sell off unwanted fishing gear.
- Rooster Tails Board of Directors Meeting May 15, 2pm, at Lyons Real Estate office (near Mel’s Dinner in Auburn). Free pizza provided.
- Rooster Tails Monthly Breakfast Meeting May 19
- Rooster Tails Board of Directors Meeting June 12
- Rooster Tails Monthly Breakfast Meeting June 16 - Captain Brian Potter of the Sea Prowler of Bodega Bay
- Wolf Pack outing to Pyramid Lake in October (watch for details)
- Rooster Tails Kokanee Tournament at Stampede June 15 (more info in newsletter)
More Benefits Our Members Enjoy
Monthly $19 wide-selection buffet Breakfast Meetings for Members & and
Breakfast meetings include a 30 minute seminar by expert fishing guest
Members-Only fun fishing outings with cash & other prizes.
Members-Only Jackpot fishing contests.
Members free Informative Monthly Newsletter & Current Website Info.
Adventure Travel Camping & Fishing Outings.
Members & invited guests Annual Holiday Banquet & party.
Member Group Purchase Discounts on fishing gear & guided fishing.
Free Fishing Magazines & Related Literature
Will Fish Tackle Fishing Report
Spring is here to be followed very quickly by Summer weather. Rivers are running high and cold with reservoirs and lakes filling fast. Shasta is full after being at record low levels this time last year. Sierra snowpack will provide spring river and stream conditions well into the summer. High flows in the valley rivers will extend the striper spawning runs as water temperatures slowly creep up. The Delta has been
producing for trollers over the last few weeks. San Francisco Bay has been producing limit style fishing for halibut on live bait. The weather has been cooperating making outings more appealing.