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*Trout Unlimited Steinbeck Chapter Membership Meeting - Tuesday, Nov. 7th - 6:30 PM
Moss Landing Marine Lab, 8272 Moss Landing Road, Moss Landing, CA 95039
Guest Speaker: Cyril Michel, NOAA Fisheries SW Fisheries Science Center-Biophyical Ecology Team, speaking on Invasive predators in imperiled watersheds: striped bass on the Central Coast.
For more info, contact Chapter Secretary Tim Frahm, tfrahm@tu.org, or call 650-759-4416


* The 2018 January Club Slide Show
Every year in January, we are treated to a slide show composed of photos we have taken of our many fishing exploits and other club activities, so in keeping with that tradition, it's time to turn in any and all photos you have taken on club fishouts or fishing trips you've taken on your own to Rich Rubin, at richr@cruzio.com, and Michael McGannon, michaelmcgannon@comcast.net. They need your photos no later than December 15th, so cull through your digital media and get those pictures sent to them ASAP!
The club would like to express its gratitude to Chris Walters, who composed the slide show for many years, and is now handing it over to Rich and Michael. Thanks, Chris!


* Fly Fishing Clinic - Saturday, November 4th, 10:00 AM - 12 noon - San Lorenzo Park
The Santa Cruz Fly Fishermen is proud to participate in this event, jointly hosted by us, Patagonia, the Coastal Watershed Council, Trout Unlimited and the Monterey Bay Salmon Trout Project. We will be providing one-on-one casting instruction, fly tying demonstrations and tutoring, and there will be information about fish in our local rivers.
Learn more at www.coastal-watershed.org.


* Monterey Bay Salmon Trout Project's 40th Annual Albacore Feed
Saturday, November 11th - Recreation Center, 11261 Crane St., Castroville
Cocktails - 6:00 PM-7:00 PM - Dinner - 7:00 PM
Door Prizes, Silent Auction, Project Demonstrations
Tickets - $20 (ages 12 and under $10) available at the door


* The Annual Fund Raiser - January 20, 2018
Our Annual Fund Raiser is happening the third Saturday of January 2018, and it promises to be the best ever, featuring wild-caught Alaskan coho salmon, side dishes from the Monterey Fish House, hors d'oeuvres by our esteemed Elaine Cook and her able crew, a silent auction of special hand-crafted items, and of course, a ginormous raffle chock full of amazing prizes. Our corporate donors are always very generous, but we can always use donations from our members, so if you have a service or special skill that you would like to donate, please contact our Annual Raffle Director, John Steele, at owlspad@me.com, or call him at 831-476-0648.

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