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2022 Schedule

Date Location
Jan 15 McClure
Feb 12 New Melones
Mar 12
Camanche
Apr 23 - 24
Clear Lake
May 14
Berryessa
June 11 - 12
Shasta
July 16
Delta (6 Hr)
Aug 13
Delta (6 Hr)
Sept 24 - 25
Whiskeytown
Oct 15
Don Pedro
Nov 12
Delta
Dec 10
Tulloch
Jan TBD
Awards Banquet

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Member Information

Meetings:

Meeting Night: First Tuesday of every month. Note: June 2022 meeting will be held on Thursday, June 2nd.

Location:  Our meetings are at Mountain Mike's Pizza, 1304 First Street, Livermore. Please contact the President for details.

 

Fees:

  1. Dues: $15.00 per month, or $150.00 yearly if paid in full.
  2. Non-boater will pay launch fees and share fuel expense on boat and pulling vehicle.
  3. Members must be a paid member of FLW.
  4. Tournament Fee: $15.00 to be paid at meetings. Must be paid to fish in a tournament.
  5. $5.00 optional big fish pool - usually paid at launch ramp.
  6. FLW and CA Federation Fee ($60.00 total). Paid to club, by Dec. for following year. Club insurance is through “The Federation”. Members must pay before fishing tournaments.
  7. $20.00 year end big fish assessment. Paid on admission, then yearly.
  8. Assessments could be called upon if needed and voted on.

 

Tournaments:

  1. All tournaments are draw teams. There is a monthly schedule. You must be present at the meeting, or have called another member to place your name in the draw. Draws are held at the meeting only. Prospective members must fish two tournaments in a row. One as a non-boater, one as a boater, if appropriate, before admission vote is taken.
  2. Non-boaters are expected to go to the tournaments with boater. The exception might be two day events. Other arrangements can be made.
  3. Life vests (PFD), are the responsibility of boaters and non-boaters alike (all members required to bring their own vest). Vests will be worn when big engine is running.
  4. Tournaments start at safe light, with weigh in about 3 or 4:00 p.m. (earlier in the winter).
  5. You are are expected to bring your own gear, tackle, lunch, and appropriate clothing.
  6. You should not leave a tournament until it is over. The draw is your commitment to fish the tournament, whether WIND, RAIN, SNOW, HEAT, or BAD FISHING. Also to support club members by being at the weigh-in.