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Amador Flyfishers (AFF) is a family-oriented organization established in 1991 to provide an opportunity for persons interested in fly fishing to share information, learn from others, experience fly fishing in various locations, and protect fisheries for future generations. AFF meets the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM the Amador County Administration Building located at 810 Court St., Jackson CA, 95642. To socialize with other flyfishers, share local fishing reports, and to support fishery conservation issues. Drop in and check us out - visitors welcome! 6:30pm for socializing, fly-tying or clinics, 7:00pm Member meeting.

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Steelhead on the Mokelumne River #1

Mokelumne River Day Use Area

GENERAL INFORMATION We will be fishing for Steelhead and Rainbow Trout below Camanche Dam in the Mokelumne River Day Use Area, east of Clements. This is a walk and wade trip. It will be easy to difficult wading depending on flows. Make sure you have a 2019 California Fishing License and 2019 Steelhead Report Card. By regulation, the report card must be filled out with the date and location code before fishing. Also, by regulation, it is barbless hooks and catch and release only. We will meet at the first parking lot on the left after you enter the Day Use Area. DIRECTIONS Google Maps directions from Jackson: https://goo.gl/maps/jqZ1dWep3GE2. When coming from Jackson, take 88 towards Clements. At the intersection with 12 (a traffic light), turn left. You will see a sign for the hatchery. Immediately after the sign, turn left on McIntyre Road. At the end of Mcintyre Road turn right. In less than a ¼ of a mile you will see the parking lot on the left. EQUIPMENT · 5 wt to 8 wt fly rod & reel · Floating or sink tip fly line · 2X to 4x leader · 3x or 4x tippet · Indicator and split shot · A wading staff and a PFD can also be very helpful · 2019 Calif. Fishing License and 2019 Steelhead Report Card Flies Copper John, streamers, Egg Sucking Leech, Wooly Bugger, egg patterns, rubber leg stoneflies, Pheasant Tail, Hares Ear, San Juan Worm, Caddis Pupa, Prince Nymph, midge patterns, your favorite Steelhead flies. Most productive fishing will be nymphing. Streamers can be effective. There isn’t much surface bug activity, so dry fly fishing generally is not done. There may be salmon eggs in the system, so egg patterns may be productive.

Steelhead on the Mokelumne River #2

Mokelumne River Day Use Area

GENERAL INFORMATION We will be fishing for Steelhead and Rainbow Trout below Camanche Dam in the Mokelumne River Day Use Area, east of Clements. This is a walk and wade trip. It will be easy to difficult wading depending on flows. Make sure you have a 2019 California Fishing License and 2019 Steelhead Report Card. By regulation, the report card must be filled out with the date and location code before fishing. Also, by regulation, it is barbless hooks and catch and release only. We will meet at the first parking lot on the left after you enter the Day Use Area. DIRECTIONS Google Maps directions from Jackson: https://goo.gl/maps/jqZ1dWep3GE2. When coming from Jackson, take 88 towards Clements. At the intersection with 12 (a traffic light), turn left. You will see a sign for the hatchery. Immediately after the sign, turn left on McIntyre Road. At the end of Mcintyre Road turn right. In less than a ¼ of a mile you will see the parking lot on the left. EQUIPMENT · 5 wt to 8 wt fly rod & reel · Floating or sink tip fly line · 2X to 4x leader · 3x or 4x tippet · Indicator and split shot · A wading staff and a PFD can also be very helpful · 2019 Calif. Fishing License and 2019 Steelhead Report Card Flies Copper John, streamers, Egg Sucking Leech, Wooly Bugger, egg patterns, rubber leg stoneflies, Pheasant Tail, Hares Ear, San Juan Worm, Caddis Pupa, Prince Nymph, midge patterns, your favorite Steelhead flies. Most productive fishing will be nymphing. Streamers can be effective. There isn’t much surface bug activity, so dry fly fishing generally is not done. There may be salmon eggs in the system, so egg patterns may be productive.

Fly Fishing Day at Stkn Sportsman's Warehouse 2019-03-09

Join the first fly fishing day at Sportman's warehouse! Delta Fly Fishers will be participating with four seminars: Larry on Water Safety, Al on Shad, Jerry on Stripers and Mike N. on trout! Casting demonstrations and fly tying demonstrations too! Prizes and fun!!!!

Amador FlyFishers Monthly Membership Meeting

Amador County Government Offices

Our speaker for March will be Dennis Lee, retired fisheries biologist, fly tier and fly fisherman. He will be discussing trout, salmon and steelhead. Established in 1991, AFF provides people interested in fly fishing the opportunity to share information, learn from others, experience fly fishing in various locations, and protect fisheries for future generations.

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Amador FlyFishers Monthly Membership Meeting

Amador County Government Offices

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