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Tony Smock

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Barbara Gattuso

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Albert Wilson

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A Line from your President. . . . . . . . . . .

We have just passed a dark milestone. It has been over one year since we last met as a club, but despite this dark milestone the future is looking brighter by the day. Our shore fishing group has remained active, and we just had our first trout challenge since the beginning of the pandemic. As more and more of us get vaccinated, we should be able to return to many of the activities we enjoyed before the pandemic. Barring any unforeseen setbacks, I think that we will soon be able to resume not only fish challenges, but campouts and fishing charters as well Hopefully by summer, we can all return to the many group activities we previously enjoyed. We are waiting to find out when the Senior Center will open for group meetings, but I am hopeful that even this milestone may be reached by the end of summer. For those of you who missed out on some great fishing during the last trout challenge, you have one last opportunity before trout season ends for the year. Since boating is still closed at Dixon Lake and Poway Lake, we will be returning to Lake Wohlford for this last trout challenge of the season. The lake will be stocking on Wednesday, April 14 and our challenge will be the next day on April 15. This will be a Thursday, so those interested in boat fishing will be happy to know this will also be Senior Discount Day for boats. If shore fishing is your preference, you will be excited to hear that the lake staff has done a great job of removing all the reeds and brush from Senior Shoreline opening up much more shoreline for fishing. In fact the two largest trout caught during the last challenge were both caught from shore at Senior Shoreline. Read the freshwater section of the newsletter for more information. If ocean fishing is what interests you, bottom fishing has been heating up on local ½ day boats, and yellowtail have been biting off the islands. You can also read more information on ocean fishing in this newsletter’s Saltwater Section. Continue be cautious and stay safe, and I encourage you all to get a vaccine so we can finally put this nightmare behind us. Until we see you again, Monique and I wish all of you a joyous Easter.


Tony Smock President

“So Many Fish…...So Little Time”