Sierra Trout Camp 2017 flyer

Get geared up for California's premier fly fishing camp in Truckee, CA. June 24th and 25th, 9am-5pm. This camp is open to ages 10-12. Limit 20 Campers. Campers will learn all skills required to become fantastic fly fishers. Activities include fly casting, fly tying, insect identification, knot tying and fly fishing for trout. The camp is run by TU staff and expert local guides. You won’t find better instructors anywhere. All equipment is provided and prizes and awesome SWAG are given out to all campers!

This is not an overnight camp but it takes place at two private lakes donated for the day by Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitter and Matt Heron Fly Fishing. There is not a better place to catch fish.
To sign your child up, please contact Sam Sedillo: or call (408) 718 9897. Reserve your child’s spot ASAP while there is still space!

June 24th: The resort at Squaw Creek. June 25th: Sawmill Lake. Cost: $150 per camper.

TeenSummitDo you know a dedicated angler and conservationist (young men or women) who have shown involvement with TU and have just completed 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. Send them to TU's Teen Summit to meet other TU teens from across the country, talk about how TU can better engage teen members, learn how to become a TU leader in your community, work on a service project and fish! Spend five days with a group of new friends that love fishing, the outdoors and TU as much as you do. All summit goers must be TU members before attending the TU Teen Summit. 

2017 Summit will be at the RALPH A. MACMULLEN CENTER. ROSCOMMOM, MICHIGAN on Wednesday June 21- Sunday June 25, 2017. Cost will be $250 including food, lodging, shuttle from the airport (if required) and all activities. More Information.

Putah Creek Trout reports that Didymo or Rock Snot is currently found in the Bear River, Middle Fork of the American, Lower American, Little Truckee, Prosser Creek and other sierra waters. Didymo can destroy the habitat of the river by suffocating all of the invertebrates and covering the stream bottom. Anglers using these and other streams should take precautions to prevent transfer of this species to other waters. Remember to clean, drain and dry your boats and equipment after using these streams. We see our local waters as being clean but this report should sound an alarm that we are in danger of alien species invasion.

Rob Grasso and Jason Julienne team up to discuss AIS issues at the state and federal level for our local area. Rob is an Eldorado National Forest Fish and Aquatic Biologist, while Jason is an Environmental Scientist and Regional Coordinator for AIS with the California Department of Fish and Game. They will discuss the local risk and threats to our area waters and current monitoring strategies for AIS. They will also share important information for anglers and boaters. Additionaly, Berni Bahro, Chapter Vice President, will update us on TU's National AIS survey results and plans for TU California.

The meeting will be at 7:00 PM in the Forest Service Conference Room at the rear of their building on Briw Road just off Forni Road.