The South Coast chapter is excited to host a membership meeting featuring Jessica Strickland, TU’s new California Field Coordinator. She will speak on a topic “In Our Neck of the Woods”, discussing about what is happening with the National Forest Plan Revision currently under way in the Sierra, Sequoia and Inyo National Forests, as well as TU’s collaborative involvement with an initiative to gain special designations foe the San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountains.
Jessica is part of a cadre of staff across the country with TU’s Sportsmen’s Conservation Project (SCP) that educates, organizes and promotes grassroots level action among anglers and hunters to better protect and manage our public lands.
Please join us for a fun and informative evening. Please bring a friend, too. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Dan Young; email@example.com.
A map to the Duck Club can be found under “Downloads’ on this website.
We look forward to seeing you.
Hot enough for you? But, still want to go fishing somewhere, anywhere cooler that doesn’t take a lot of windshield time & gas?
The South Coast Chapter is going off-site this month to His N Hers Flyshop in Costa Mesa. Frank Selby, surf fishing guru and owner, will take us through the basics of surf-zone fishing in the greater Orange and LA County area. He will touch on what kind of gear & flies to use plus sharing his favorite spots.
Please join us for a fun and informative evening and bring a friend. Surf fishing is a great way to beat the heat as well as satisfy your fishing jones. Light refreshments will be served.
For a map to the shop, please visit their website: hishersflyfishing.com.
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THere will be a regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday, June 10, 2013 at the Duck Club from 7PM to 8:30 PM. All members are welcome. We will be doing some planning for fall activities as well as provide project project updates. See you all there and bring a friend.
Kid’s Day/Open House, Monday, May 13,2013, 5 PM ’till dark,
Duck Club, Irvine, CA
The South Coast Chapter will be hosting a FREE BBQ and open house at the Duck Club. Dinner is on us! We will feature fly tying, casting lessons and some cool, short education video clips about coastal trout.Come, bring your friends & family and enjoy at your own pace. We’ll send you home with a fully belly and some tips on where to fish in Southern CA.Membership sign-up will be available.
For a limited time, women’s memberships are free!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we will know how many are attending.
Directions to the Duck Club are found on this website under “Downloads”
For the 7th straight year since this event started, the South Coast Chapter will be on hand to participate in Earth Day at Pahne, supporting the San Onofre Foundation and the United Coalition to Protect Panhe in a community-based Native American celebration at San Mateo State Park in San Clemente, Sunday, April 21, 10AM-4PM.These groups have been long-time partners in our efforts for southern steelhead restoration.
There is a free shuttle from Concordia School. Bring the whole family.See attached flyer for details.
Membership Meeting, Monday, Mar.11, 2013 Duck Club, 7:00 PM
Dave Lentz ,CDFW Native Trout Conservation Coordinator will speak about
“Golden Trout & New Directions at CDFW”
Fisheries biologist Dave Lentz will be with us for an update on the status of California’s golden trout. Dave, a longtime friend of TU, will also give us his perspective on the impact of last fall’s passage of SB 1148, which has led to a welcome increase in emphasis on native trout at the Department and a mandatory revision of the CDFW’s Plan for Trout Management. Dave will talk about changes in the Department’s approach to trout stocking and watershed/basin trout management planning that have come about as a result of this legislation.
Directions to Duck Club found on our website: www.southcoasttu.org. Come join us and bring a friend.
The South Coast Chapter will be hosting a meeting Monday Jan.14,7PM featuring a collection of short videos
on fish-value restoration,anandromous fish overviews, macro-invertebrates (bugs) as well as member fishing pictures. Note: For 2013, we will be moving back to the second Mondays of every month for meetings.
Please join us and bring a friend.
Members & guests are cordially invited to the South Coast Chapter TU’s December General Membership Meeting and Xmas party. Our chapter’s ‘most traveled’ fisherman, Bill McMaster will present a slideshow of the salmon fishing conditions in Russia during his trip in 2012. It is certain that Bill’s slides will include a lot of nice scenery as well as some massive fish! We will follow up his presentation with some raffles and some Xmas cheer. Several members have birthdays in December so, there will be cake and beverages. (sorry, just non-alcoholic) In addition there will be some branded TU items for sale just in time for holiday gifts;Mono-Masters (monofilament waste line collectors) T-shirts,and other garments, perfect for stocking stuffers. Cash or checks only please.
For directions to the Duck Club, please visit www.southcoastu.org.
Please bring a friend and join us, no RSVP needed. See you soon!
Trabuco & San Juan Creek Clean up; Saturday, Sept. 15, 8AM—12 noon, Los Rios Park, San Juan Capistrano. The SCC chapter is partnering with the City of San Juan Capistrano in Continue reading