It’s January! Two important things: the “Holidays” are over (yay!) And it is time win some great fly fishing raffle prizes.
First we will do a winner’s pick for a 5WT or a 6WT Echo Carbon XL 9 Ft 4 section Fly rod along with a matching ION large arbor disc drag reel. One rod prize awarded, winner’s pick.
Float tubers should take a look at this great landing net up for grabs. It features a long handle for an over length of 35 inches with an oval basket size of 20 inches. Perfect for the Almanor hex hatch, Forebay Stripers, and Eagle Lake Rainbows.
It is probably time to organize and freshen up your stash of tippets. How about winning 5 spools of Rio Powerflex tippets, 30 yards each testing from 2X to 6X? These spools are held in a trick Fishpond Headgate tippett holder.
The ticket sales are open and close at noon the day of the meeting (1/4/2023).
Who out there has tried Euro Nymphing? Who out there has heard about it and wanted to learn more about it? Who out there has no idea what it is and wants find out what is so special about Euro Nymphing? Anybody in any of these situations had better do two things:
First. Be sure to attend the December Fly Club meeting to hear guest speaker Devin Olson’s presentation on Euro Nymphing.
Second. Be sure to buy a bunch of raffle tickets to win your share of the Euro Nymphing prizes we have put up for grabs.
This month’s prizes include winner’s choice of either a Maxcatch Competition nymph rod (10′ 2 WT) or Adamsbuilt “Ready to Fish” rod (9.4′ 5 WT), 50 Euro Nymphing flies (tied by Barry Burt) with pocket box, or a DVD outlining everything you’ll need to know about successful Euro Nymphing.
The ticket sales are open and close at noon the day of the meeting (12/7).
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean we all pack away our gear, there are still a lot of opportunities out there to enjoy. Take a look at this neat stuff we have this month. This month lucky winners have chance to win a “Salmon Fly” Spey rod, a choice between two heavy-duty Adamsbuilt bags, and a Maxcatch fly fishing vest.
The ticket sales are open and close at noon the day of the meeting (11/2).
End of Summer Raffle! This month we have three great prizes. Winners get the choice of a 4-piece 9-foot rod & reel set (5 WT, 6WT, or & WT), hand-tied striper flies by Lee Haskin (Perfect for the Forebay), or a set of Motorola Walkie-Talkie units with batteries included!
The ticket sales are open and close at noon 10/5 the day of the meeting.
This month’s lucky winners have a chance to win their choice of one of three rod and reel packages (5wt, 6wt, or 8wt) from our friends at Rajeff Sports, a heavy-duty folding chair (local pick-up only), or a collapsible walking staff.
As they say “June is busting out all over” and we say it’s time to get serious about fly fishing! To that end we have some great raffle prizes up for grabs.
How about a little change up in your game with your choice between two speciality rods.
How about a Spey rod to spice things up a bit? Think swinging flies on big Steelhead waters! This SalmonFly rod is 13ft 7in and rated as a 9/10 weight.
Plan B, an Intouch competition 10ft 6in euro-nymph rod in 3 weight. Perfect for our Sierra trout streams
The winning ticket holder gets their pick.
Everybody needs an extra reel loaded with maybe an intermediate line or maybe a full sink line or some other specialty line that is needed to save the day. This Sougayilang machined aluminium reel in 5/6 weight will fill the bill. It is light weight with a large arbor and can be set up with either right or left hand retrieve.
Like the old TV commercial used to say”don’t go out without it”, don’t go wading on any of our trout streams without a sturdy wading staff. This ‘third leg’ not only helps keep you upright in the slippery rock streams, it also makes it easier to scramble down the bank to get to the stream. This collapsible staff comes with both a quiet rubber tip as well as a soft bottom basket tip along with a carabiner clip and neoprene belt sheath.
The fine print:
Raffle tickets are available for sale online up until noon on the day of the meeting June 1st. Click on this link to purchase tickets: