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FISHING: Rooster Tails serving up breakfast, fishing insight

The Rooster Tails Fishing Club’s monthly breakfast meeting will be held Aug. 21 at the Auburn Elks Lodge, 195 Pine Street at Lincoln Way in Auburn. The doors to the lodge open at 7 a.m. with a $13 buffet breakfast served at 8 a.m.

The Rooster Tails are delighted to host Andrew Hughan, Public Information Officer for the California Department of Fish & Wildlife (CDF&W) for a special presentation beginning at 9 a.m.

Hughan will provide an in-depth prospective of Fish & Wildlife’s hatchery operations and the many challenges that affect fish stocking operations. Members and guests should arrive early to secure a good seat. The breakfast meeting is open to the general public, no reservations are necessary to attend.



Various fishing-related media have highlighted some of the fish-saving actions Fish & Wildlife has taken to save future fishing opportunities, but not the complete picture. Anglers are encouraged to attend this special presentation to learn firsthand how many traditional fishing waters will be affected even if normal precipitation returns.

The 30-year-old, 200-plus member Rooster Tails Fishing Club of Northern California, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that meets the third Friday of each month to educate, entertain, and enhance a fishing experience.




Unlike many bass and fly-fishing clubs that concentrate on very specific types of fishing, the Rooster Tails Fishing Club provides a balanced mix of fishing techniques presented by fishing experts targeting a variety of fish species on multiple types of waters.

For more information contact Jim, club chairman, at 530-887-0479 or visit the club’s website at http://www.roostertailsfishingclub.org.


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