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2018
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PRESIDENT Tony Smock

VP SALTWATER Barbara Gattuso

VP FRESHWATER Albert Wilson

RECORDING SECRETARY Anitra Gehrke

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Karen Taylor

TREASURER Betty Allen


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A Line from your President…

The camping group recently returned from Lake Skinner. This is a destination that the club has not gone to for several years. Those who went reported that the campground was really nice, but unfortunately the trout stock advertised on the internet didn’t happen and fishing was poor.

The next campout will be Lake Morena, February 23-28. Fishing at Morena is usually good. Some of the largest trout caught by club members were from this lake. Another benefit that makes this destination special is we have the use of the large, enclosed gazebo for games and meals. Bob and Karen Taylor will be our Wagon Masters for this trip.

Lake Morena will be followed by what is always the most popular outing of the year, the campout on the beach at San Onofre, March 15-20. Though this outing is full and not adding any additional campers, those who did not sign up can still join us for a ½ day sports fishing trip out of Dana Point. We will be going on ½ price Tuesday, March 17th, so this trip will be a real bargain. If you are interested in the fishing trip contact Barbara Gattuso.

The February Club Meeting is always the tastiest of the year. This next meeting, will be an especially sweet experience since it falls on Valentine’s Day. You will have a chance to treat your sweetheart to some delicious pies, cakes, cookies and candy. This is a great club fund raiser, so please remember to bring your favorite homemade bake goods, candies or even store-bought delicacies to donate to the auction. Check with Monique Smock if you have any questions, and don’t forget your sweetie or your wallet.

Also coming up in March is our annual Youth Day event. This is a club sponsored event that is always a fun time for those of us who volunteer. Forty 5th graders from several local schools will join us for fishing, hiking and a BBQ. Please see Janet or Hank Skaja at this month’s meeting and sign up to help.


Tony Smock President

“So Many Fish…...So Little Time”