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2017
OFFICERS

PRESIDENT
Larry V. Jauert

VP SALTWATER
Barbara Gattuso

VP FRESHWATER
Bob Taylor

RECORDING SECRETARY
Anitra Gehrke

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
Karen Taylor

TREASURER
Betty Allen


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COMMUNITY EVENTS
Tony Smock

HISTORIAN
Dave Gehrke

MEMBERSHIP
Cheryl Brandstrom

PROGRAMS
Ken Harrison

PUBLIC RELATIONS
Ken Harrison

OPPORTUNITY DRAWING
Mike Springer

PAST PRESIDENT
Jim Stevenson

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SAE OUTLOOK

Once again, I would like to thank Ron and Carol Parker for the great job they did as acting president during the three months Joann and I were in Florida. As for Florida, I have been bass fishing for 52 years, and this year was without a doubt the best I've ever experienced.

In April, the SAE club had an outing at Lake Lopez. The lake levels have gone from 16% up to 61%, thanks to the rain we received for the first three months of this year. While freshwater fishing was slow, the food and camaraderie were outstanding. Six members took one day to go saltwater fishing. This trip turned out to be "a trip of a lifetime". One of the deckhands mentioned this trip was the best fishing trip that he had ever seen, with limits of Vermillion Rock fish from 4 to 7 pounds, Copper Rock fish from 4 to 6 pounds, and Lingcod weighing up to 10 pounds and 4 ounces. All the fisherman came home with huge bags of fillets.

The fishing challenge for April was won by Albert Wilson with a 2 lbs. 9 oz. trout from Lake Wohlford.

The Senior Anglers assisted in the annual Kiwanis Trout Derby. This was a two-day event with many fish weighing from 8 to 12 pounds.

Upcoming events include a club outing to Lake Cuyamaca from May 29 to June 3. Contact Jim Stevenson for more information.

Be sure to sign up for the June 6th, three-quarter day fishing trip on the Chubasco II. See Barbara Gattuso for more information.





Larry V. Jauert President

“So Many Fish…...So Little Time”