Message from the Board of Directors - January 2023
Dear Rooster Tails Fishing Club Members:
We trust you all had a wonderful holiday season and your new year is off to a great start!
One can only hope that the weather we are experiencing will bode well for this years fishing adventures. Reservoirs are filling and flows through the rivers are higher than we've seen in some time. As of Tuesday pm, January 10, National Weather Service has Shasta Lake at 41% of capacity or 67% of the average storage for the date. Lake Oroville is at 46% of capacity or 85% of average storage for the date. Folsom Lake is currently at 42% of capacity or 100% of the average storage for this date. To keep up to date with reservior levels visit the California Data Exchange Center webpage.
Members are taking this time to prepare for what should be an active fishing season. Good luck to everyone.
- -Jackpot Contest Winners will be announced at the Breakfast Meeting, January 20.
- -A For Sale table will be set up in the back for members to sell off unwanted fishing gear.
- -Rooster Tails Board of Directors Meeting January 16.
- -Rooster Tails Monthly Breakfast Meeting January 20.
- -International Sportsman Exhibition, Sacramento, January 19-22.
- -Rooster Tails Board of Directors Meeting February 13.
- -Rooster Tails Monthly Breakfast Meeting February 17.
More Benefits Our Members Enjoy
Monthly $19 wide-selection buffet Breakfast Meetings for Members & and
Breakfast meetings include a 30 minute seminar by expert fishing guest
Members-Only fun fishing outings with cash & other prizes.
Members-Only Jackpot fishing contests.
Members free Informative Monthly Newsletter & Current Website Info.
Adventure Travel Camping & Fishing Outings.
Members & invited guests Annual Holiday Banquet & party.
Member Group Purchase Discounts on fishing gear & guided fishing.
Free Fishing Magazines & Related Literature
Happy New Year!!
As we ring in the new year we are wringing out our socks! We all wished for rain this year to fill our reservoirs and so far we have received it. With proper management and continued rains we should have plenty of water for us to enjoy next year.
That said the heavy rains and wind have made a mess out of our local rivers and lakes for the next month or so. Some north coast rivers will offer steelhead fishing between the storms but the local rivers are being managed for flood control and won't be an option for a while. The Delta is off the list until flows come down allowing access to launch ramps and water quality improves.
So that's the report for this month. Hopefully there will be more to report next time.