Senior Anglers of Escondido
From the President’s Pole
The Morena Creek (I mean Lake) Campout was a superb adventure. The weather was great allowing us to spend lots of time at the water. Our Wagon Masters, Bev and Will Cozzens, assisted By Cheryl Brandstrom did an outstanding job. The food highlights included many gourmet treats at the potluck dinner and the breakfast for din-ner meals. The Kirchnavys brought the large commercial griddle for cooking many of the breakfast items including the wonderful tasting pancakes turned out by Don Hunter. I would like to extend my per-sonal thanks to everyone who prepared these wonderful delights. The after meal games were a lot of fun and most of the attendees partici-pated.
The fishing was interesting as whoppers almost outnumbered the number of smaller fish that were caught. Congratulations to all the anglers who nailed the big ones (The Fresh Water VP will have all the details).
Fishing continues to be good at the local lakes. Members’ report Lake Wohlford has been the best bet. Both Lake Dixon and Wohlford will be stocked on March 12th and 26th. We have a club Fish Derby on March 27th at Lake Wohlford. Mark your calendars and I hope to see you there. Remember, fishing poles not used weekly indicates you are not getting enough exercise!!
The Fred Hall show is scheduled for March 5th to the 9th in Long Beach. The show is at the Del Mar Fair grounds March 27 through the 30th. These are always great to find “the absolute have to have stuff” missing from your tackle box.
Our Board has been busy working together to get all events and business items planned to insure another great year. One item that helps our club so much is the support we receive from local companies. I would personally thank Al Ashuckian for his tremendous efforts in obtaining these resources from all the businesses.
Everyone have a great month and see you all at the March meeting.