TENKARA FLY ROD CLINIC
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2018
HOSTED BY THE LONG BEACH CASTING CLUB
Long Beach Casting Club / Courtesy Listing:
“Secrets of Casting”
Sat/Sun March 24 & 25, 2018
Tournament Casting has been around for a long time: the first recorded contest having been in 1860. The American Casting Association has been around for 110+ years, so it’s a different tradition from the FFI Certified Casting Instruction program that began some thirty years ago.
Now Southwest Council members have an opportunity to draw on the deep tradition of the ACA by spending one or two sessions with champion tournament caster Chris Korich. Chris has been a dominate contestant for over forty years and takes great pride in having coached casting phenomenon Maxine McCormick to world championships.
Chris will be at the Long Beach Casting Club on Saturday, March 24th for a 7:00-9:00 PM classroom session and Sunday, March 25th on the pond for practice and coaching at 10:00 AM.
Titled “Secrets of Casting“ the sessions will give participants insight into how to develop a precise and repeatable casting stroke for improved accuracy, and better fishing too.
THE SESSIONS ARE FREE!
For questions, contact Colin Kumabe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks will host a free Community Shred Event, Sunday, March 4, 2018
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
For more information or questions, call 818-889-0902.
NO RSVP need but why not RSVP on Facebook to “BOOST” the event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/779970965537598/
Saturday, March 10 at 11 AM – 4 PM
Heather Hudson will be co-hosting the event with three incredible and well accomplished Southern California Women Anglers. John Sherman and Tod Suttle (Simms and Hatch Outdoors) Reps, Alex Ramirez of Sage and Eric Neufeld with Winston and Echo Rods will also be there. We’re encouraging everyone to bring their significant others, friends and family. This will be a great way to “Cast into Spring!”
Bob Marriott’s Flyfishing Store
2700 W Orangethorpe Ave
Fullerton, California 92833
Casting for Recovery, Southern California is accepting raffle donations!
1st Drawing: Sage Grace PINK rod, 8’6″ 5wt outfit that includes Sage reel and line in a pink case.
2nd Drawing: PINK 45 Yeti ice chest.
ONLY 52 CHANCES IN A DECK OF CARDS WILL BE SOLD!
Each card donation is suggested at $100.00. CfR will draw 2 winners after the 52 cards are sold.
Buy a card here: https://donate.castingforrecovery.org/rafflesocal
Your half of the card will come in the mail from CfR
Questions? Call Teresa 661-330-1649 or Carole 760-912-7539
Thank you for your continued support!
WHO WE ARE:
The mission of Casting for Recovery® (CfR) is to enhance the quality of life of women with breast cancer through a unique retreat program that combines breast cancer education and peer support with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. The program offers opportunities for women to find inspiration, discover renewed energy for life and experience healing connections with other women and nature. CfR serves women of all ages, in all stages of breast cancer treatment and recovery, at no cost to participants.
Ever wanted to try casting a variety of rods? On December 3rd you will have that chance!
Stop by and Cast Away the New, Sage X, Orvis H3, G Loomis Asquith or IMX Pro, Scott Meridian or G Series, Redington Crux, Echo Boost Beach rod and so much more!
November 8, 2017 / Wednesday
Presentation by CVFF Club President, Scott Olson
Scott’s slide presentation will focus on several of his favorite small streams including Rock Creek in Little Lakes Valley and King Creek in the John Muir Wilderness among others.
He will also cover many of your old favorite waterways like the San Joaquin River and the Owens River (both of which are technically “small streams”) with a few surprises thrown in.
Don’t miss what promises to be an wonderful evening of fishing
About November’s speaker and Conejo Valley Fly Fisher’s Club President:
Scott Olson has been fishing in the Sierra since he was eight years old and has literally fished it from north to south. His passion has always been the small streams of the backcountry where you rarely run into other people and the fish are eager.
5:00 pm / Optional Pre-meeting dinner at Cisco’s Mexican Restaurant
925 S Westlake Blvd, Westlake Village, CA 91361
Church of Christ, 2525 E Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
6:45 – 7:30 pm: Meet & Greet / Fishing Stories / Club Announcements
7:30 – 9:00 pm: Speaker / Program / Presentation
“Riptide Rendezvous” is a surf fly-fishing “tournament” organized by the Southwest Council as a fundraiser for Council activities.
It will be held at Rincon Beach Park in Carpentaria, from 7:00am – 1:00pm.
There is also an optional FREE Early Bird casting clinic
– 6:00am – 7:00am conducted by FFI-certified casting instructors.
We hope that your club members can join us!
There is NO entry fee, other than trading a surf-appropriate fly (which you can tie yourself, or purchase at a local shop) with another contestant.
After the fishing there will be a BBQ lunch and a raffle.
Our Master of Ceremonies for the raffle will be Al Quattrocchi aka“Al Q”
Al is the founder of the original “One Surf Fly” tournament, and has been fishing the surf for over forty years. Over the last twenty five years he has donated much of his time to promoting and teaching saltwater fly fishing, and he’s been a speaker at most of the SWC clubs. Al is a fly fishing author, artist, photographer, fly tier and IGFA world record holder. He is also a pro staff member for Tuffleye, Umpqua, and Enrico Puglisi products.
Al Q’s website: https://alquattrocchi.wordpress.com/about/
Interested? The complete story about Riptide Rendezvous can be found on the internet (of course) at: http://riptiderendezvous.com
See you on Saturday, October 21!
Bill O’Kelly, President, SWC-FFI
READ more about Bill in our local “ACORN Newspaper”
On August 28, 2017, the price of the America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass increased for the first time since 1994. The additional revenue will be used to enhance the visitor experience in parks. Learn more about the changes, what they mean for you, and how the additional funds will be used.
Why is the price of the Senior Pass increasing?
The price of the America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass is increasing as result of the Centennial Legislation P.L. 114-289 passed by the US Congress on December 16, 2016.
When was the last time the price increased for the Senior Pass?
The Senior Pass has been $10 since 1994.
How much is it increasing?
The lifetime Senior Pass will increase from $10 to $80.
The legislation states that the cost of the lifetime Senior Pass be equal to the cost of the annual America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass, which is currently $80.
What if a senior citizen is on a fixed budget?
The legislation also establishes an annual Senior Pass for $20. That pass is valid for one year from the date of issuance. Four annual Senior Passes purchased in prior years can be traded in for a lifetime pass. Additionally, access to the majority of National Park Service sites remains free—only 118 of 417 National Park Service sites have an entrance fee.
What if I have a current Senior Pass?
The current passes are lifetime passes and will remain valid.
Will the benefits of my Senior Pass change?
No. All benefits of the current Senior Pass stay the same.
What if my current Senior Pass is lost or stolen?
Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.
If lost or stolen, a new pass will need to be purchased.
Who is eligible for a Senior Pass?
US citizens or permanent residents 62 years or older are eligible for the Senior Pass.