Announcement - 09/22/21
Fellow Rooster Tails, our first priority is the health and safety of our club members. The BOD has decided that the Third Friday Breakfast meetings are canceled until January 2022. The continued spread of Covid, wildfire losses, the upcoming holidays and fiscal considerations of the club are factors. We will continue with monthly newsletters, possible ocean charters and Wolf Pack fishing trips. We still have members we cannot reach via e-mail, so pass the word. Our monthly Newsletter will go out the third week of each month, this month’s newsletter went out Sept 15th. If you have current fishing photos or a short write up on a fishing trip that would be interesting to the member’s please email Shawn so that it can be included in the newsletters, firstname.lastname@example.org . Take care of yourselves and each other. See you on the water.
Rooster Tails Fishing Club Inc. Board of Directors
Mac Mckendree, President
More Benefits Our Members Enjoy
Monthly $15 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 & Grand Slam 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
"Water" and "Fires" are the topics of discussion around the shop lately. Forest closures have limited access to many lakes, rivers, and streams. Low water in most of the local reservoirs and lakes has made boating access difficult at best. Our local waters are becoming dangerously low to the point where extreme caution is required to avoid losing tackle and downrigger balls, or worse running aground. Lake Oroville ramps are closed until the lake level drops to allow launching from the gravel ramp at the dam. Low lake levels at Folsom Lake will soon make the remaining Granite Bay low water ramp unusable. There are still options for those willing give it a try.