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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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COMMUNITY EVENTS Hank Skaja

HISTORIAN Dave Gehrke

MEMBERSHIP Cheryl Brandstrom

PROGRAMS Ken Harrison

PUBLIC RELATIONS Ken Harrison

OPPORTUNITY DRAWING Mike Springer

PAST PRESIDENT Larry Jauert
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A Line from your President…

Once again, our intrepid camping group braved rain, sleet and hail, and high winds, on our Pinezanita Campout. In addition to the abominable weather, Lake Cuyamaca skipped the 1200 lb. trout plant that was supposed to take place the Thursday before we arrived and delayed the big Memorial Day plant from Tuesday to Thursday. It was a great week to get caught up on your reading, watching videos, and playing poker and other games. The highlights of the week were when we discovered Pinezanita has a club house where we were able to gather and eat out of the rain, the YOYO night trip to Ramono’s Italian Restaurant in Julian (which is like an Italian Jocko’s with its’ monstrous portions), and the wind dying down and the trout finally arriving on Thursday. Though the weather was still cold and rainy, we were finally able to catch some trout. More on the fishing in the Freshwater report later in the newsletter. Thank you to Betty and Larry Allen, our Wagon Masters, for making this a fun trip despite the weather. Saltwater fishing on the ½ and ¾ day boats continues to focus on bottom fishing. Longer range boats are finding quality Bluefin tuna. It is time to get out and support our local fishing industry.

Signups will begin at the next meeting for the September June Lake camping trip. This is always our most popular outing. Beautiful scenery combined with usually good fishing makes this a special trip. Colleen and Albert Wilson will be the camp hosts for this one.

Other club activities include the Club Picnic on July 17 at Dixon Lake. Our own Jeff Routsong (the Firehouse Chef) will be returning with his chuck wagon to prepare some more excellent BBQ. He will be assisted by Ken Harrison, Cheryl Brandstrom, and Marge Lovelady. On the August picnic at Dixon Lake, Cheryl Brandstrom and Pat Stevens will be teaming up for a BBQ. Both picnics will be in the evening so we can take advantage of the cool breezes coming off the lake.


Tony Smock President

“So Many Fish…...So Little Time”