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Paul Lorson

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Fish Tales from Your President’s Perspective.

So, who said it was okay for it to be June already? Lot’s of things are happening in June in my life and that of the club. Let’s talk about what’s happening for me!

Well, after over 20 years of working with special needs kids my wife Julie, will be retiring (finally) from San Marcos Unified School District. She will be leaving Richland Elementary and joining me in retirement. I’m not sure if that is a promotion or a punishment. This has been a strange journey to make it to this point. As many of you might remember, last year at this time she was supposed to retire. Then the school district begged her to stay for just half of a year so they could find a replacement. HA! When the time was up they pleaded for just a couple more months. Now it’s the end of the school year and she has actually given her notice and signed her papers. As of June 6, she will be a free woman. She is looking forward to participating in the club’s many events and camping with us. Her first event will be the picnic, which you will get more information on later in the newsletter. As a special gift, we will be heading to Puerta Vallarta in June and have already chartered a boat that has my mother’s first name.

As for the club, we have many events, charters, and camping trips ahead of us and of course, our monthly meetings. So, what’s happening on the fishing scene??? Well, the saltwater Tuna hunt is starting to get interesting with 3-day boats running into some 150 lb’ers . Many members want to go out, but don’t want to go alone. If you are going out, check around with our members. You might have some company.

Fresh water is changing gears. Catfish season has started at Lake Jennings, night fishing has started at Santee Lakes, and Hodges is still producing some good fish.

Now for a fish tale. Some buddies of mine were at Lake Havasu hunting stripers. According to the story, last week they hit the water around 4 PM and by 4:45 they had 15 stripers with the largest being 15.5 lbs. I’ve had that happen twice there in my life but never a 15-pounder. I saw the pictures and they didn’t look photoshopped but wouldn’t put it past them. Either way, it looked like a heck of a fun 45 minutes to me.

Remember I will be asking you to share your outings and results at the meeting this month. Also, don’t forget to sign up for the picnic. See you at the meeting and hopefully out there fishing.

Paul Lorson

President