GPFF Club Meeting

  • 08 Jun 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 9:15 PM
  • Kensington Community Center, Arlington Ave & Kensington Park Road, Kensington, Calif.

The GPFF's general club meeting. 


The General Agenda:

6:30 p.m. ~ No Dinner. Appetizers and Socializing.

7:00 p.m. ~ Club Business


7:30 p.m. ~  

Mike Kuczynski

Fly Fishing the North Coast

    The north coast of California offers some kind of fly fishing 365 days a year to the flexible angler, this program takes you through the angling opportunities available through the four seasons. 

    Spring begins with bountiful trout fishing in the wilderness lakes and streams. Ice out is later at higher elevations but there is some wonderful angling as early as mid-April. As the ocean begins to lie down there is wonderful surf perching and rock fishing on the north coast.  

    The summer run steelhead enter the lower Klamath river in mid-July and run through October. This is an ideal time for the fly fisher the weather is mild, the river low and the fish eager. The first run of fish to enter the system are the famed “halfpounders” at 1-3 pounds, these two-year old fish are fresh from saltwater, supercharged and aggressively hit surface flies. This makes them ideal for the light tackle angler using four to six weight floating lines. 

    Fall Salmon and winter run steelhead provide challenging fishing for the dedicated angler December through March.

9:15 p.m. ~ Adjournment

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