Frequently Asked Questions

What is the High Sierra Fly Casters?

High Sierra Fly Casters is an eating club with a fishing problem.

How often does the club meet?

The club has typically has a general meeting once per month. Some months the meeting is replaced by another activity, such our annual dinner or picnic. We don't meet in December or July. See our calendar for current schedule of events.

When and where do you meet?

General meetings are usually held on second Wednesday of the month. Doors open at about 6:30pm for social. Program starts at about 7:00pm. Meeting location varies. Check the calendar for meeting details and stay tuned to our announce mailing list for change notices. Visitors are welcome.

What happens at the meetings?

Is bragging okay?

Sure. You are encouraged to brag at general meetings and on our Facebook chat group.

How do I join?

For details, see Join! Then we'll teach you the secret handshake.

What's the secret handshake?

If we told you it wouldn't be a secret.

What are the other club activities?

  • We fish, we eat!

  • We conduct cleanup and habitat projects on our home waters.

  • We have fly angler education activities including demonstrations and clinics on fly fishing technics, fly tying and more.

  • We have a mentor program where we pair up someone who wants to learn something with someone who might be able to teach something.

  • We host and support many service programs, such as Reel Recovery.

When members talk about fishing, do any of them lie?

Absolutely not! We also never get skunked.

How do members keep up on club news?

They subscribe to our announce mailing list and/or follow us on Facebook. Listening at meetings might help too.

Do members ever get skunked?

Never!

Are you sure there are no lies at these meetings?

Absolutely! Would we lie to you?

Who manages the club?

The club is managed by those members who attend and participate in board meetings. Every member have a say and a vote in board decisions. Members are encouraged to help manage the club. Start by attending board meetings.