Scotts Flat Lake
Time & Location
About The Event
This fishout is primarily designed for newer members and is focused on equipment for Stillwater fishing. This will be an opportunity to make new friends and get an understanding of how our fishouts work. We will have a variety of Stillwater equipment: pontoon boats, float tubes, fins, boots, waders, life vests, etc available for you to try. We will cover the basics of safety, equipment, and rigging. Restrooms and picnic tables should be available.
Fish-out Leader: Tim Ackerman firstname.lastname@example.org
Fish-out Co-Leaders: Robin DeNegri, Rocco Fassone, Dave Ackerman email@example.com
FIsh-out Committee Coordinator: Larry Strauss, 415-851-1978, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fishing For: Trout and Bass
Rods: Five through seven weights, 9 to 10 feet
Lines: floating and/or full sinking
Leaders: 9 foot
Tippet: 2-3X for bass, 4 - 5x for trout
Flies: For Bass: Clousers (white over chartreuse, tan, black) , BH woolly buggers, BH crystal buggers, poppers with legs (Sneaky Petes), Dahlberg’s divers, leech patterns, crayfish patterns, gummy minnows, v-worm, streamers. Use jig style hooks and weighted heads when possible. Sizes #2, #4, for bass
Flies: For Trout: BH pheasant tail, copper johns, prince nymph, wooly buggers, sheep creek . Sizes #8, 10, 12 Nymphs for Trout
Other Gear: Net, personal floatation device, waders, fins, suntan lotion, sun hat, and camera
What participants need to know:
Meeting Location: 8:00 am at the Flour Garden Bakery (parking lot; out by the street) next to CVS in Brunswick basin;
Since there is an access fee into the lake, we will meet in the parking lot out near the road and car pool. Access fee is $11 for a car up to 4 persons.
Please advise us what equipment you may need so we can have enough available.
The event will be at the Day Use Picnic area at the lake (see page 2 of map.)
If you will meet us at the lake, please email Tim Ackerman ( email@example.com)
Bring your own lunch.