Events


Upcoming events

    • 12 Mar 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Arlington Community Church, 52 Arlington Blvd., Kensington




    Speaker Todd Pond, GPFF member will give a presentation about the East Walker River. The East Walker river is a precious river in the Eastern Sierras and is considered one of California’s Blue Ribbon Rivers. People from all over the world fish it any given year. This is an incredible and challenging fishery where fly fishers often leave a piece of their hearts. The presentation will cover the general area, history, camping, regulations, and fishing in California and Nevada. Basically, all the information needed to make anyone comfortable making a trip there. Also, a week in a half after the presentation, Todd will be hosting a weekend trip to the East Walker. Both days will start out with a river tour, flowing a day of fishing. Saturday, we will tour the California side and Sunday we tour the Nevada side. 

    • 22 Mar 2019
    • 30 Mar 2019
    • Forks, WA.
    Register

    Updated 2/5/2019


    OLYMPIC PENINSULA STEELHEAD FISHING, March 22 - 30, 2019.  Fishmaster - Ed Beggs.


    Swinging flies on the Olympic Peninsula is an experience unlike any other.  The landscape is rugged, and the beauty is intense.  It is a trip into another world. Time moves slower here, marked only by the methodical step-cast-swing-repeat process of the diligent angler.  And then, just then just like that, it all comes together...


    We will be establishing a base camp at Bogachiel State Park near Forks, WA and will fish the Hoh, Sol Duc and Bogachiel Rivers.  Other camping and motel accommodations are available in Forks.  This is a long trip by road; instead, one may fly to Portland, OR and rent a car to drive to Bogachiel State Park or Forks.  Read the fish out sheets for details.


    Tight lines,

    Ed







    • 23 Mar 2019
    • 24 Mar 2019
    • East Walker River Area Along Highway 182
    • 7
    Register

    East Walker River California and Nevada



    The East Walker river is a precious river in the Eastern Sierras and is considered one of California’s Blue Ribbon Rivers. People from all over the world fish it any given year. Grizzly Peak Fly Fishers will enjoy this outing to an incredible and challenging fishery.


    We will spend Saturday fishing the California side and Sunday the Nevada side. Saturday morning we will meet at 9am, to do a river tour in California. The tour will consist of driving from the dam to state line. We will make several stops, to point out known fishable areas, and talk about fishing these areas. The tour will take less than one hour. Afterwards, we will spread out and fish. Sunday we will fish the Rosaschi Ranch in Nevada. Nevada fishing license is needed. We will meet  for a quick tour at 8am at Sunday morning.


    Saturday evening, after fishing, for those who would like to meet, we will be meeting at Rhinos in Bridgeport for dinner, drinks and fishing tales. Rhinos is located in the middle of Bridgeport, it can not be missed. 


    I will be camping alongside the river, just of the side of HWY 182. These campsites are primitive that have no tables, no running water, and no restrooms. Anyone is welcomed to camp with me. The average temperatures are 55 during the day and 22 at night, below freezing. As an alternative, there are motels in Bridgeport if anyone wants to stay there.


    This trip is weather, road conditions, and river condition permitting. It may be canceled at any time, for any reason. Registrants will be notified of cancellation by email. Also, camping location and meeting points will be discussed the week of the trip. Keep in mind, the elevation is around 6,000 so hiking and fishing can be a little more challenge. There is no cell service on the river and no medical services in Bridgeport. Visit Ken’s Sporting Goods website for river and weather conditions. Also, visit Caltrans website for road conditions.Fish First will have a list of recommended flies and equipment. Nevada fishing day licenses can be bought online or at Ken's Sporting Goods in Bridgeport.


    http://kenssport.com/fishing-reports.html

    http://www.dot.ca.gov/cgi-bin/roads.cgi


    • 09 Apr 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Arlington Community Church, 52 Arlington Blvd, Kensington

    Speaker is Andrew Guibord of Kiene's Fly Shop, who will talk about Shad fishing on the American River.

    • 13 Apr 2019
    • Kistler Bass Ranch Jamestown, CA
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    Updated 1/27/2019


    Kistler Bass Ranch -  April 13, 2019.

    Fishmaster - Bob Woznicki.


    GPFF KISTLER BASS RANCH OUTING


    Kistler Bass Ranch Outing. Saturday, April 13. The ranch is located on Hwy 108 near

    Jamestown with 3 large ponds to fish for big bass as well as bluegill. The ponds can be fished

    from small water craft such as pontoon boats or float tubes, but walking and wading are also

    good as much of the fishing is very near shore. A 6-8wt rod is best to cast the large bass bugs,but wooly buggers, damsel and dragonfly nymphs work well, too. We’ll have a more detailed information sheet for everyone that registers. The group will be limited to 12  anglers. We will also have a short Q&A meeting at the April 9th GPFF meeting from 6:30 to 7:00 to help you get the most of this adventure. The cost is $35 due at registration. Please send a check to Grizzly Peak Fly Fishers or pay with PayPal.


    Click to download Fishout Sheet.


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact Bob Woznicki 

    if you have any questions.


    Tight Lines!

    • 27 Apr 2019
    • 29 Apr 2019
    • Deer Creek
    Register

    Updated 1/31/19


    Deer Creek - April 27- 29 2019 (Sat-Mon) - Skill level - beginner to intermediate, Camping at Potato Patch.  Fishmasters, Brad Gee and Mike Lippman.


    This outing begins on Saturday, April 27, as this is the date fishing season opens.


    Look here for the fishout sheet several weeks before this outing.


    Fish Deer and Mill Creeks. Relatively near the Bay Area.  Beautiful country and often hungry fish.


    Order License online at https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Licensing/Online-Sales


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact Brad Gee or Mike Lippman to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.


    Tight Lines! Brad Gee & Mike Lippman

    • 04 May 2019
    • Hwy 120 E out of Marysville
    • 19
    Register

    Updated 2/13/2019


     May 4, 2019 (Sat) - Lower Yuba River. Fishmaster -Bob Woznicki


    Here is the River Map.  The fishout  sheet will be coming soon.

    This is a two day, free outing. However, YOU MUST REGISTER FOR EACH DAY SEPARATELY.


    STEELHEAD CARD REQUIRED.


    Trout and (very unlikely) steelhead.


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact the fishmaster  to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.

    Tight Lines!


    • 05 May 2019
    • Hwy 120 E out of Marysville
    • 20
    Register

    Updated 2/13/2019


     May 5, 2019 (Sat) - Lower Yuba River. Fishmaster -Bob Woznicki


    Here is the River Map.  The fishout  sheet will be coming soon.

    This is a two day, free outing. However, YOU MUST REGISTER FOR EACH DAY SEPARATELY.


    STEELHEAD CARD REQUIRED.


    Trout and (very unlikely) steelhead.


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact the fishmaster  to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.

    Tight Lines!


    • 14 May 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Arlington Community Church, 52 Arlington Blvd., Kensington

    Speaker will be Shane from The Fly Shop in Redding, talking about Battle Creek.  This is in anticipation of the GPFF outing to the South Fork of Battle Creek scheduled for June 7-9.  Sign up for the outing, also the Club's biggest fundraiser of the year, and attend this meeting to learn all about the river.

    • 30 May 2019
    • 02 Jun 2019
    • Burney
    Register

    Updated 1/31/2019


     

    McAurther Burney State Park - Our annual trip May 30 June 2 .  Skill level - beginner to intermediate. Campsites 32 and 34: 3 cars max per site/must register and pay. 8 Anglers max per site. There is overflow parking lot for more cars. Fishmaster - Eric Larson

                                   

    Several weeks before this outing,click the link to download the fishout sheet.


    Fishing for all skill levels - includes excellent novice water.  See beautiful Burney Falls. Fish Burney Creek, right at the campground, Hat Creek, Pit River, Fall River, Lost Creek, Rock Creek, and Baum Lake.  People have even driven to the McCloud for a day.


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact Eric Larson to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.


    Look here for the fishout sheet a few weeks before the trip.  Here is Vaughn's fishing map of the area.


    Tight Lines!  Eric Larson

    • 07 Jun 2019
    • 09 Jun 2019
    • Battle Creek
    Register

    GPFF Battle Creek Outing!


    Fellow GPFF member Mark Likos last year returned from a brief evening wade in the South Fork of Battle Creek, shaking his head sadly.  “I’m sorry to report,” he said, “that you have a serious infestation.” His frown turned into a grin, “Of trout!”


    Yes, there is a place in Northern California where there is virtually no pressure on the waters, where trout are waiting with bated breath (pun intended) for your fly.  And you can spend a long weekend there with all of your fishing buddies from GPFF, and, at the same time, support GPFF and its programs.


    The place is Josh & Elaina Genser’s property in Tehama County.  In past years, places on this trip were sold at the GPFF auction.  This year, unfortunately, it looks like there won’t be an auction, because no one has stepped up to organize it.  However, you can still help the Club financially and get a really cool prize for doing so by buying a space on the Battle Creek trip.


    The cost is only $200 per person.  You’d pay many times that price to stay at the Fly Shop’s Battle Creek Ranch or Oasis Springs.


    The trip will be June 7-9, 2019.


    To sweeten the pot, the speaker at the Club’s meeting on May 14 will be a guide from The Fly Shop to talk about Battle Creek.  That way you can be prepared with expert advice for the trip only a couple of weeks later.


    So, sign up on the GPFF web site just as you would for any other outing, except that the price is higher.  All proceeds go to the Club.


    To the property is a four-hour drive, not including stops to eat, use the restroom and get gas.  To get there requires a real four-wheel drive vehicle, because the last four miles are cross country. We have at least two vehicles with capacity for 13 people, so you can come even if you don’t own your own 4WD. There is no cell phone service, but we have running water, hot water, a shower and a flush toilet.


    I must warn you, though, that hiking up and down the creek can be challenging.  If you have mobility issues you probably should not come. But everyone else should try it at least once.


    Last year GPFF member Luong Tam went on this outing and he created and posted this beautiful video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9qcsz1ki5t4glvg/BattleCreek-3.mov?dl=0.  If you have any doubts about whether this outing can live up to this hype, take a look at the video.


    • 11 Jun 2019
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Arlington Community Church, 52 Arlington Blvd., Kensington

    Speaker will be GPFF member Luis Montes who will demonstrate how to balance your rod.  Bring a rod to be balanced!

    • 27 Jun 2019
    • 30 Jun 2019
    • Dunsmuir Area
    Register

    Updated1/31/2018



    Upper Sacramento River- Sims Flat Campground off highway 5, between Castilla & Dunsmuir Exits.

    There will be a potluck dinner on Saturday night after sunset, followed by a campfire gathering.


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact the fishmaster Linda Friedman  to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.


    Look here for the fishout sheet a few weeks before the trip.  

    Tight Lines!

    • 08 Jul 2019
    • 12 Jul 2019
    • SE Oregon, near Boise, ID
    Register

    Updated 1/27/2019

     

    Lower Owahee River in SE Oregon, July 8-12 (Mon-Fri).  Fishmaster - Rich Miller.


    This is a famous tailwater fishery, home to large rainbows and browns that rise regularly each summer afternoon to PMD's. This part of the river flows through a beautiful canyon cut into high desert country.  The weather will be warm, but the river cold.  There are formal campgrounds on the Owahee Reservoir and just below the dam, but I prefer pickup camping along the tailwater.


    The drive from Berkeley is 620 miles via Winnemucca (I-80 to I-95), with Google Maps estimating 9.5 hours driving.  That is a lot less than I've ever taken.
     

    Oregon fishing licenses are easy to get online. A 3-day license was under $40. You can get a non-resident annual license for around $120.

     

    Motel accommodations available downriver in some of the nearby towns, perhaps half and hour away.
     

    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Email me to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.


    Look here for fishout sheet a few weeks before the trip.

      

    Tight Lines!
    Rich Miller


    • 14 Aug 2019
    • 18 Aug 2019
    • South of Mammoth Lakes
    • 7
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    Updated 2/16/2019


    Mild backpacking to fish the beautiful High-Sierra country in the Rock Creek Basin. Little Lakes Valley Backpacking.


    If you would like to register for this trip, please contact Ron Francis at 925 788 3390 for more particulars and alternatives to acclimating.


    Little Lakes Valley Backpack and Fish Trip

    Aug-14-18 (Wed-Sun) Fish master – Ron Francis. We will meet in Mammoth Lakes and stay Wednesday night in modest lodgings there or car camp in a Forest Serviced Campsite up Rock Creek Rd., to help us acclimatize to the 9000-10,000' elevations. Carpooling up and back is encouraged. The next morning we will hike in about 3 miles and set up a base camp (for 2 nights and 3 days fishing) at one of the nearer lakes. From there we will venture out to fish a variety of creeks and lakes. If some people would like a slightly shorter trip, it will be fine for them to walk back out Saturday, but only with a partner. If some want an extra day hiking out on Monday is possible.  For safety, because of high altitude and bears you must partner or travel with the group. Backpacking equipment is required. We will arrange to share food and approved bear storage containers.

     

    The basin is a great place for beginners.  Tons of fish and no waders necessary. The fish are generally small, but include goldens.  The scenery is among the most beautiful in California, in sight of the tree line, in a breathtaking valley.

    The easy access to this beautiful chain of lakes make Little Lakes Valley popular for fishing, day hikes and beginning backpackers. Glaciers carved this extensive chain of lakes, both large and small. Wildflowers bloom in the high elevation framed by the spectacular 13,000-foot peaks of Bear Creek Spire, Mt. Dade, Mt. Abbot and Mt. Mills. Some evidence of historical mining equipment can be seen, along with an old road bed at Morgan Pass. This is an active bear area so you must use bear containers to secure your food and refuse.


    Click to download the topo map & a trail map


     

    Tight Lines!

    • 26 Aug 2019
    • 30 Aug 2019
    • Oakridge, OR (Hwy 58, SE of Eugene)
    Register

    Updated 1/27/2019

     

    Willamette National Forest in west-central Oregon, August 26 - 30 (Mon-Fri).  Fishmaster - Rich Miller.


    We shall fish Salt Creek, Salmon Creek, and the North Fork of the Middle Fork Willamette River, lovely streams
    that flow through modest-elevation forests to  the Middle Fork of the Willamette River, as well as the Middle Fork itself above Lookout Point Reservoir.  These waters have lots of trout, some in the Middle Fork quite large, frequently willing to rise to dries.  We plan on camping at the unusual Blue Pool CG on OR-58.  If you drive in along OR-58, you can stop and see the Salt Creek Falls, nearly 300' high.


    The area is a 7 hour road trip (not counting stops) up past Shasta, east and north on OR-97, and west on OR-58.
     

    Oregon fishing licenses are easy to get online. A 3-day license was under $40. You can get a non-resident annual license for around $120.

     

    Hotel Accommodations available downriver in Oakridge if you don't want to camp.  Float trips on the Middle Fork are available if water levels are high enough through the Caddis Fly Shop in Eugene.
     

    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Email me to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.


    Look here for fishout sheet a few weeks before the trip.

      

    Tight Lines!
    Rich Miller


    • 24 Oct 2019
    • 27 Oct 2019
    • Ah-Di-Nah
    Register

    Updated 12/28/18



    McCloud River - Our annual October Caddis outing.October 24 - 27, 2019 (Th-Su). Skill level - Intermediate to advanced(difficult terrain). Ah-Di-Nah Campground. Fishmaster - Kirston Koths.


    The McCloud River is absolutely beautiful this time of year. And the fish love the big caddis flies that should be hatching, especially the migrating (big!) browns. Just cast near a the edges and watch your fly explode!

    NOTE: This outing is located far from medical services, in a remote canyon where wading is difficult and injuries are not uncommon. This outing is a fun trip that will test (and hopefully improve) your angling skills, but it is not recommended for beginning anglers, those with limited wading skills, or people with health and fitness issues.


    We will have a potluck dinner on Saturday night after sunset, followed by a campfire gathering with special activities.


    GPFF strongly encourages car pooling. Contact the fishmaster at koths@sbcglobal.net to coordinate rides, or, more generally, if you have questions.


    Look here for the fishout sheet a few weeks before the trip. Here are maps of the Conservancy, the river from the dam to Ah-Di-Nah, and the upper river loop.


    Tight Lines! XX

Past events

12 Feb 2019 February Club Meeting
08 Feb 2019 Lower Sacramento
09 Jan 2019 January Club Meeting Presentation
12 Dec 2018 GPFF Holiday Dinner
01 Dec 2018 FALL WORKPARTY at CODORNICES CREEK
24 Nov 2018 East Walker Donor Run Pick-Up Trip
14 Nov 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
12 Nov 2018 Low-water Steelhead - TRINITY RIVER
25 Oct 2018 McCloud River (October Caddis)
13 Oct 2018 FALL WORKPARTY at SINBAD CREEK in SUNOL POSTPONED
10 Oct 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
06 Oct 2018 CANCLED- GPFF Fall Foundational Fly Fishing Seminar
05 Oct 2018 McCloud (PICKUP TRIP)
12 Sep 2018 GPFF Club Meeting- ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE!!
09 Sep 2018 Solano Stroll Sunday
07 Sep 2018 McCloud (PICKUP TRIP)
08 Aug 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
29 Jul 2018 Tuolumne Area Streams
11 Jul 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
25 Jun 2018 Smith River Cutthroat
14 Jun 2018 Burney Area (Novices encouraged)
13 Jun 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
08 Jun 2018 East Walker (PICK-UP TRIP)
01 Jun 2018 North Fork of the Yuba River
26 May 2018 ON HOLD--> Spring Foundational Seminar Outing
25 May 2018 McCloud (PICKUP TRIP)
09 May 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
03 May 2018 Deer Creek (Regular season opener, novices encouraged)
22 Apr 2018 Foundational Fly Fishing Course
21 Apr 2018 CANCELLED - High-water Steelhead - ROGUE RIVER
11 Apr 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
24 Mar 2018 35th Annual Auction - Saturday, March 24th 2018
14 Mar 2018 The IF4 Fly Fishing Film Festival
14 Mar 2018 High-water Steelhead - EEL RIVER - POSTPONED
23 Feb 2018 The Fly Show in Pleasanton, CA
16 Feb 2018 High-water Steelhead - TRINITY RIVER
14 Feb 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
18 Jan 2018 The International Sportsman Show, Sacramento CA
10 Jan 2018 GPFF Club Meeting
06 Jan 2018 Lower Feather River - Steelhead
16 Dec 2017 East Walker or East Carson (PICKUP TRIP)
13 Dec 2017 GPFF Holiday Dinner
18 Nov 2017 PLANT PARTY at SAN PABLO CREEK
13 Nov 2017 Low-water Steelhead - TRINITY RIVER
08 Nov 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
08 Nov 2017 Striper Fishing on the Delta
26 Oct 2017 McCloud River (October Caddis)
15 Oct 2017 Grande Ronde (BAFF TRIP)
11 Oct 2017 GPFF Club Meeting - Annual Open House
01 Oct 2017 Grizzly Peak's Tour of Local Watershed Projects
30 Sep 2017 Beginners Fly Fishing Clinic
13 Sep 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
13 Sep 2017 Owens River Area
10 Sep 2017 Solano Stroll Sunday
26 Aug 2017 East Walker (PICKUP GUIDE TRIP)
23 Aug 2017 High-Sierra (Mild) Backpacking
12 Aug 2017 Lower Yuba (UC, RESCHEDULED)
09 Aug 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
30 Jul 2017 Tuolumne Area Streams-CANCELLED
15 Jul 2017 Owyhee or Upper Sac (PICKUP TRIP)
06 Jul 2017 Southwest Montana
17 Jun 2017 McCloud (PICKUP TRIP)
14 Jun 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
08 Jun 2017 Burney Area (Novices encouraged, more slots added)
13 May 2017 East Walker (PICKUP TRIP)
10 May 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
04 May 2017 Deer Creek (Regular season opener, novices encouraged)
15 Apr 2017 Upper Owens (PICKUP TRIP)
12 Apr 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
21 Mar 2017 Coastal Steelhead (Rescheduled)
18 Mar 2017 34th Annual Auction - Saturday, March 18th 2017
04 Mar 2017 Eastern Sierra (PICKUP TRIP)
08 Feb 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
04 Feb 2017 Eagle Canyon Trout Lakes (OCC)
11 Jan 2017 GPFF Club Meeting
07 Jan 2017 CANCELLED! Lower American - Steelhead
31 Dec 2016 East Walker (PICKUP TRIP)
14 Dec 2016 GPFF Holiday Dinner
10 Dec 2016 Lower Feather River - Possible Steelhead
09 Nov 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
31 Oct 2016 Trinity - Steelhead
20 Oct 2016 McCloud River (October Caddis, FREE camping)
12 Oct 2016 GPFF OPEN HOUSE
06 Oct 2016 Eastern Sierra
20 Sep 2016 Oregon
15 Sep 2016 GPFF Beginning Fly Fishing Class
14 Sep 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
11 Sep 2016 Solano Stroll Sunday
17 Aug 2016 20 Lakes Basin Backpacking
10 Aug 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
13 Jul 2016 NO REGULAR GPFF Club Meeting Tonight
09 Jul 2016 Southwest Montana
09 Jun 2016 Burney Area (Novices encouraged, FREE camping)
08 Jun 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
21 May 2016 Deer Creek (Novices encouraged, FREE camping)
11 May 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
30 Apr 2016 Trinity Alps (Regular Season Opener)
23 Apr 2016 Lower Yuba (UC Property)
13 Apr 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
10 Apr 2016 GPFF Conservation Work Party
25 Mar 2016 East Walker (PICKUP TRIP)
12 Mar 2016 33rd Annual Auction - Saturday, March 12th 2016
15 Feb 2016 Rogue River STEELHEAD
13 Feb 2016 Beginners Fly Fishing Clinic
10 Feb 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
06 Feb 2016 Lower Feather River - Possible Steelhead
13 Jan 2016 GPFF Club Meeting
09 Jan 2016 Lower American - Steelhead
12 Dec 2015 FALL WORK PARTY - NEW DATE!
09 Dec 2015 GPFF Holiday Dinner
05 Dec 2015 Klamath - Steelhead (DATES FINAL)
20 Nov 2015 Leo's Striper Clinic
11 Nov 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
08 Nov 2015 Trinity - Steelhead (DATES FINAL)
22 Oct 2015 McCloud River
14 Oct 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
04 Oct 2015 Eastern Sierra
16 Sep 2015 South Fork San Joaquin Basin
13 Sep 2015 Solano Stroll Sunday
09 Sep 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
26 Aug 2015 Little Lakes Basin (Backpacking, note date change)
12 Aug 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
03 Aug 2015 Oregon
12 Jul 2015 Montana
08 Jul 2015 No Regular GPFF Club Meeting Tonight
28 Jun 2015 Plumas National Forest
11 Jun 2015 Trinity Alps
10 Jun 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
04 Jun 2015 Shad Fishing 2015 (Tentative)
28 May 2015 Burney Area
13 May 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
02 May 2015 Deer Creek (Note Date Correction)
12 Apr 2015 Rogue River Skagit Clinic (DATES SETTLED)
08 Apr 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
31 Mar 2015 Kings River (Garnet Dike)
14 Mar 2015 32nd Annual Auction - Saturday, March 14th 2015
08 Mar 2015 GPFF Conservation - Spring Work Party Sunday, March 8
28 Feb 2015 Beginners Fly Fishing Clinic
11 Feb 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
07 Feb 2015 Lower Yuba (UC Property)
17 Jan 2015 Lower American - Steelhead
14 Jan 2015 GPFF Club Meeting
10 Dec 2014 GPFF Holiday Dinner
06 Dec 2014 Lower Yuba (UC Property) REDIRECTED - HIGH WATER
16 Nov 2014 Trinity - Steelhead
12 Nov 2014 GPFF Club Meeting
08 Nov 2014 Lower Feather River - Steelhead
24 Oct 2014 McCloud
08 Oct 2014 GPFF Open House
03 Oct 2014 Eastern Sierra
19 Sep 2014 Kings Canyon
29 Aug 2014 Middle Stanislaus
01 Aug 2014 Tuolumne Meadows
19 Jul 2014 GPFFC Picnic
25 Apr 2014 Truckee River and Pyramid Lake
29 Mar 2014 Putah Creek
08 Mar 2014 Lower Yuba
15 Feb 2014 Amador Lake
18 Jan 2014 Lower Stanislaus River
01 Dec 2013 Lower Yuba Sunday December 1st 2013
10 Apr 2013 April Club Meeting
07 Apr 2013 April 7th, 2013 (Sun) - Conservation Clean Up of Cordonices Creek
16 Mar 2013 30th Annual Grizzly Peak Fly Fishers Auction & Gala
09 Mar 2013 March 9th, 2013 (Sat) - Lower Yuba Day outing

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