May
22
7:00 PM19:00

Mary Tealdi on international fly fishing destination tips and recommendations

Mary Tealdi on Fly Fishing Far Afield.

Have you ever thought about traveling abroad to go fly fishing? Mary Tealdi is a prolific traveler, and a crack fly angler. She is a native Californian and has fly fished since college.  She began traveling internationally to fly fishing destinations 12 years ago.  Countries visited include Mexico, Belize, the Bahamas, Christmas Island, Russia, Norway, New Zealand, Argentina, and Chile.  Species include Trout, Steelhead, Pacific Salmon, Atlantic Salmon, Bass, Char, Carp. Pike, Bonefish, Permit, Snook, and Tarpon.  Mary is most interested in helping others avoid the pitfalls of international fly fishing travel to maximize trip enjoyment and minimize the need for TUMS.

Location: Corte Madera Town Center Room 201

https://bit.ly/2rqzB32

Take Highway 101 to Corte Madera, exit at Tamalpais Drive, head west (Southbound = Right Turn, Northbound = Left Turn over overpass), take right into Corte Madera Town Center, turn right at stop sign and park in available spaces. The meeting room is located on the second floor. Look for the stairs located just to the left of the front entrance to the center, head up the stairs to the glass door. The meeting room is straight ahead past the elevator. There is also an elevator underneath the stairs by entering the main office on the ground floor. 

 

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May
19
9:00 AM09:00

Bay Area Youth Fly Fishers Event at the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club

The Bay Area Youth Fly Fishers (BAY- FF) is a collaborative partnership of Bay Area Fly Fishing clubs and Conservation organizations dedicated to enabling a new generation of fly fishers and conservation-minded youth.  The BAY-FF kicks off its new public youth program with this all-day event on May 19th to be held this date at the Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club's facilities. 

Girls and boys will be introduced to a sport they can enjoy for a lifetime with both family and friends. The age range for this May 19 event is narrow by design (2017-2018 school grades 4-7). It’s aimed at drawing younger families who value fun learning activities for their children and teaching the virtues of patience and practice. This BAY-FF event is the first to be scheduled in a year-around program of planned youth activities with rewards designed to reinforce both accomplishments and skills progression. Kids will be learning about Fly Casting, Knots & Rigging, Fly Tying, and Conservation – some of the initial skills and understanding that they’ll need to have to truly enjoy fly fishing with family, friends, mentors, and guides.

Event Schedule:
Time Activity
09:15 Check-in
10:00 Welcome, BAY-FF Overview, Morning Activity Sessions 

12:00 BBQ Luncheon

12:45 Afternoon Activity Sessions
2:15 Treats, Refreshments & Event Wrap-up
2:30 Youth free to practice or re-visit Activity areas

3:00 Event Closing

What to bring:  Clothing layers, rainwear as needed, sun/safety glasses, hat, sunscreen, and a notebook & pen.
Adults will be able to observe their kids, and in small groups learn fly fishing skills themselves.
There will be a minimal registration fee for youths; the adults will be free. 

Youths must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who can legally sign a liability release for their collective participation in this program.

This event will be limited to the first 60 youth participants to register, so don't delay! 
REGISTER all youth participants (and adults) at: http://www.youthflyfishers.org

For any questions, please contact:  Frank Harris, BAY-FF Director  fwharrisiii@gmail.com   or submit at http://www.youthflyfishers.org

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Apr
14
9:30 AM09:30

Free flycasting lessons at the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club

Free Casting Lessons hosted by the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club!

Location:

http://www.ggacc.org/Location

Held on the Second Saturday of each month, and they are open to BOTH club members and to the general public. There is no charge for these lessons. Besides pre-registering online for each session that you plan to attend, please re-check the website for possible late changes in the dates. Classes will be divided into four groups (the classes will be held concurrently): 

·    Beginner 

·    Novice

·    Intermediate

·    Advanced

At the present, the classes are limited to instruction in the use of a single handed rod.                        

GGACC has free single-handed fly casting equipment at the club to loan out for these lessons only (in exchange for holding your drivers license); however, if you intend to take advantage of this limited free equipment, please try to arrive by 8:45 AM. 

You should always check the GGACC website beforehand to make certain that the monthly class has not been moved forward or backward a week or two due to conflicts with other events (i.e., the Outside Lands Concert in early August). 

Casting classes are a "go", whether rain, wind, snow or shine.                                                

Please wear eye protection. 

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Mar
10
9:30 AM09:30

Free flycasting lessons at the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club

Free Casting Lessons hosted by the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club!

Location:

http://www.ggacc.org/Location

Held on the Second Saturday of each month, and they are open to BOTH club members and to the general public. There is no charge for these lessons. Besides pre-registering online for each session that you plan to attend, please re-check the website for possible late changes in the dates. Classes will be divided into four groups (the classes will be held concurrently): 

·    Beginner 

·    Novice

·    Intermediate

·    Advanced

At the present, the classes are limited to instruction in the use of a single handed rod.                        

GGACC has free single-handed fly casting equipment at the club to loan out for these lessons only (in exchange for holding your drivers license); however, if you intend to take advantage of this limited free equipment, please try to arrive by 8:45 AM. 

You should always check the GGACC website beforehand to make certain that the monthly class has not been moved forward or backward a week or two due to conflicts with other events (i.e., the Outside Lands Concert in early August). 

Casting classes are a "go", whether rain, wind, snow or shine.                                                

Please wear eye protection. 

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Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter meeting - presentation on dry fly fishing by Jon Baiocchi

Master fly angler Jon Baiocchi has been fly fishing and tying flies since 1972, and is a California licensed fly fishing guide (#2847), published author, educator, innovative tier, and an award winning public speaker giving fly fishing presentations to clubs and expos across the state of California, and the west coast.

Born in San Jose, Ca in 1965, his Dad moved the entire family to Paradise, Ca in 1967 to be closer to prime fly fishing venues, and to raise his family in the spectacular conifer forests of Northern California.

Jon’s Dad, Bob Baiocchi, was inducted into the Federation of Fly Fishers Hall of Fame in 1999, and was a major influence in helping Jon hone his fly fishing skills at a very young age. Read an article about Bob Baiocchi’s life here and his decades-long conservation battle entitled “The Good Fight” by Tom Martens of California Fly Fisher Magazine.

After finishing high school, Jon opted out of college to pursue a career as a professional snowboarder, competing at a national level, starring in feature movies, and working with manufacturers in their research and development programs. After his career ended in 1993, Jon focused entirely on fly fishing, and honing the intricate details of his home waters.

Jon now owns and operates Baiocchi’s Troutfitters guide service in Northern California where he has been guiding for the last 21 years. He has a reputation as a very hard working guide that’s been trained by some of fly fishing’s best known anglers, both past and present. His enthusiasm for the sport is contagious, and combined with his simple approach to teaching gives students the skills needed to be successful on all types of water. Moved by all things flora and fauna his passion for such is never ending. Sharing the knowledge with others is of the greatest importance to him now, and too see others progress with their skills, and reach the next level in fly fishing fulfills his life. It’s the legacy his father left him, and a cherished tradition that Jon will continue in his honor.

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Feb
10
9:30 AM09:30

Free flycasting lessons at the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club

Free Casting Lessons hosted by the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club!

Location:

http://www.ggacc.org/Location

Held on the Second Saturday of each month, and they are open to BOTH club members and to the general public. There is no charge for these lessons. Besides pre-registering online for each session that you plan to attend, please re-check the website for possible late changes in the dates. Classes will be divided into four groups (the classes will be held concurrently): 

·    Beginner 

·    Novice

·    Intermediate

·    Advanced

At the present, the classes are limited to instruction in the use of a single handed rod.                        

GGACC has free single-handed fly casting equipment at the club to loan out for these lessons only (in exchange for holding your drivers license); however, if you intend to take advantage of this limited free equipment, please try to arrive by 8:45 AM. 

You should always check the GGACC website beforehand to make certain that the monthly class has not been moved forward or backward a week or two due to conflicts with other events (i.e., the Outside Lands Concert in early August). 

Casting classes are a "go", whether rain, wind, snow or shine.                                                

Please wear eye protection. 

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Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter meeting - Arapaima, the world's largest scaled freshwater fish. A presentation by Sam Bishop

Sam Bishop will be speaking on Arapaima, the world's largest scaled freshwater fish.

 

Take Highway 101 to Corte Madera, exit at Tamalpais Drive, head west (Southbound = Right Turn, Northbound = Left Turn over overpass), take right into Corte Madera Town Center, turn right at stop sign and park in available spaces. The meeting room is located on the second floor. Look for the stairs located just to the left of the front entrance to the center, head up the stairs to the glass door. The meeting room is straight ahead past the elevator. There is also an elevator underneath the stairs by entering the main office on the ground floor. 

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Jan
28
10:00 AM10:00

Willow planting in Chileno Valley

Join the Marin Conservation League and plant willows to help restore Chileno Creek in Marin - Sunday, January 28

 

Join the Marin Conservation League to plant willow trees in the Chileno Creek Watershed at the Chileno Valley Ranch.

We'll learn about the powerful benefits of native willow trees in restoring the watershed including sequestering carbon, and how to collect willow poles from existing trees and how to plant them.

To sign up:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/willow-tree-planting-in-the-chileno-creek-watershed-tickets-41225966977

The day before the event, on Saturday, January 27, NBTU needs a few volunteers to help prepare willow stakes - if you are interested, send an email to eyoung@northbaytu.org

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Jan
23
5:00 PM17:00

Meeting in San Francisco

Join us for pizza and learn about Northern California river restoration efforts on Tuesday, January 23rd in San Francisco
 

Eventbrite signup:
 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trout-unlimited-meeting-in-san-francisco-tickets-41921730023
 

Location: 540 Jackson at Columbus, San Francisco.
Day and time: Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018; 5 PM - 7 PM
 

Do you live or work in San Francisco? Join us in a free event to learn about what Trout Unlimited is doing in Northern California, and what we can do together locally as a team in San Francisco to make a difference.
 
In Northern California, we are blessed with outstanding streams and creeks that encompass the iconic, the legendary, and the just plain fun. Ensuring that they are part of a healthy watershed that can support salmon and trout populations is  not only important for us today, but we also want to know that they will be there for future generations to enjoy.


Come join us for a get-together at the new location of Lost Coast Outfitters downtown. San Francisco’s only fly fishing outfitter, is owned and operated by George Revel, a three-time National Flycasting Champion. George is in the midst of relocating to a larger space just two blocks from his old location, and is graciously hosting us for this event. Here is a chance to have an early look at his new shop.
 
We will be serving pizza and refreshments, and have a stellar lineup of speakers, each of whom will be making a short presentation about how you can make a difference, on a local level in San Francisco, by investing only a little bit of your time and working together as volunteers on specific projects and initiatives where we share a common interest. Interested or curious? Join us!

  • Brian Johnson: State Director and Senior Attorney of Trout Unlimited California. 
  • Anna Halligan, Trout Unlimited North Coast Coho Project Coordinator
  • Tim Frahm, Trout Unlimited Central Coast Coordinator
  • Peter Drekmeier, Tuolumne River Trust Policy Director
  • George Revel, Founder and President of Lost Coast Outfitters

Following the presentations, we can eat, drink and talk. Meet people like you who share a similar interest!
 
You do not have to be a Trout Unlimited member to attend, so bring a friend or pass the word along to someone if you think they might be interested.

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Jan
13
9:30 AM09:30

Free flycasting lessons at the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club

Free Casting Lessons hosted by the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club!

Location:

http://www.ggacc.org/Location

Held on the Second Saturday of each month, and they are open to BOTH club members and to the general public. There is no charge for these lessons. Besides pre-registering online for each session that you plan to attend, please re-check the website for possible late changes in the dates. Classes will be divided into four groups (the classes will be held concurrently): 

·    Beginner 

·    Novice

·    Intermediate

·    Advanced

At the present, the classes are limited to instruction in the use of a single handed rod.                        

GGACC has free single-handed fly casting equipment at the club to loan out for these lessons only (in exchange for holding your drivers license); however, if you intend to take advantage of this limited free equipment, please try to arrive by 8:45 AM. 

You should always check the GGACC website beforehand to make certain that the monthly class has not been moved forward or backward a week or two due to conflicts with other events (i.e., the Outside Lands Concert in early August). 

Casting classes are a "go", whether rain, wind, snow or shine.                                                

Please wear eye protection. 

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Jan
11
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter meeting with Griff Marshall - fishing the Deschutes

Griff Marshall, a guide with Fly and Field Outfitters, will be speaking on fishing the Lower Deschutes in Central Oregon. Griff's bio can be found here: https://flyandfield.com/staff/griff-marshall/

 

Take Highway 101 to Corte Madera, exit at Tamalpais Drive, head west (Southbound = Right Turn, Northbound = Left Turn over overpass), take right into Corte Madera Town Center, turn right at stop sign and park in available spaces. The meeting room is located on the second floor. Look for the stairs located just to the left of the front entrance to the center, head up the stairs to the glass door. The meeting room is straight ahead past the elevator. There is also an elevator underneath the stairs by entering the main office on the ground floor. 

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Dec
7
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Nov
9
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter meeting with Greg Vinci


Greg Vinci will speak about "Fishing Central California's Tailwaters" at our Joint NBTU/MTFF meeting on Thurs, Nov 9, 7:00 p.m. In Rm 201 of the Town Center of Corte Madera.  Greg is one of the most experienced, knowledgeable Guides in Northern California.  For the past 25 years, Greg has been learning about, fishing, and writing books and articles about the best fisheries in the Northern Sierras.  Besides writing numerous articles in fly fishing and outdoor magazines, Greg’s latest book, Flyfisher’s Guide to California is a ‘must have’ for any serious fly fisher.

Take Highway 101 to Corte Madera, exit at Tamalpais Drive, head west (Southbound = Right Turn, Northbound = Left Turn over overpass), take right into Corte Madera Town Center, turn right at stop sign and park in available spaces. The meeting room is located on the second floor. Look for the stairs located just to the left of the front entrance to the center, head up the stairs to the glass door. The meeting room is straight ahead past the elevator. There is also an elevator underneath the stairs by entering the main office on the ground floor. 

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Nov
2
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter meeting - Mark Won on surfcasting at the Marin Rod and Gun Club

Meeting at the Marin Rod and Gun Club Thursday, October 12


Please join us for a special meeting at the Marin Rod and Gun Club on Thursday, October 12, at 7:00 PM. Our speaker will be Mark Won, a well known expert on surf fly fishing. Mark has been a passionate surf fisher for over 20 years.  His experience and skill development, along with his detailed record-keeping has made him one of the top ‘go-to’ experts in the Bay Area regarding this exhilarating sport.  You can find Mark’s Journals at <surf-perch.net>.   After Mark’s presentation, you will probably want to start checking tide tables, and build yourself a ‘stripping basket’.Want to see a bit about what we are talking about here? Check out his video here: http://bit.ly/2xkl1iy . We will be meeting at the Marin Rod and Gun Club. The Marin Rod and Club has a distinguished history, and an amazing venue right on the shores of San Francisco Bay, near the base of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge on the Marin side - 2675 East Francisco Boulevard, San Rafael, CA 94901. You can learn more about them at http://marinrodandgunclub.com/ .

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Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Jun
24
to Jun 25

Lake Manzanita trip

NBTU 2017 OUTING

This year's outing to Manzanita Lake Campground will be over the June

24th weekend.  Manzanita Lake is at the north entrance of Lassen Volcanic

National Park and about 4 hrs. from the Bay Area. There are opportunities

for fishing, kayaking, hiking and site seeing. Kayaks may be rented and float

tube fishing or small non-motorized boats are a great way to hunt down the

brown and rainbow trout.

Camping facilities include tenting, self-contained RV sites and sleeping

cabins near the lake.  Housekeeping cabins are available in Viola (10

minutes from Manzanita Lake).  For cabin reservations see

http://brokeoffcabins.com/prices.html.  NBTU will be hosting a 6 PM pot

luck on Saturday the 24th at campsite C11 (Starn).  You bring one item,

your drink and we will supply the BBQ meat and Settlers Beans.

Please send dinner reservations to gstarn@sbcglobal.net or 415 883-7447

so that we can plan dinner.

You must RSVP for the dinner.  We will send hatch information provided

by Fred Mack who will be on hand to assist with fishing. Hatch info will

be sent to those who sign up for the BBQ with George Starn.

It is imperative that you make reservations for camp sites ASAP as

there are a few left in C loop. B loop is first come but fills quickly. A loop

is booked.

http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/Manzanita_Lake/r/campgroundDetails.do?page

=details&amp;contractCode=NRSO&amp;parkId=74045&amp;topTabIndex=CampingSpot

or call 1-877-444- 6777

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Jun
1
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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May
21
9:00 AM09:00

First Cast Day at the Civic Center Lagoon


This year, our 16th annual First Cast Day will occur on Sunday, May 21.  Children and their parents are invited to participate (no charge) for this event which will start at 9:00 AM at the San Rafael lagoon picnic area. Participants will rotate in groups through six stations, which will provide instruction on:
 

  • Reading the waters
  • Knot tying
  • Entomology (BUGS!)
  • Gear and rigging
  • Fly tying
  • Fly casting

 
At noon there will be a barbecue and raffle.  
Mark your calendar – we hope you can join us.

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May
4
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Apr
6
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors Meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

A special presentation on the impact of winter rains on Marin’s salmon and steelhead

Save the Date!  Come hear about Marin County’s salmon and steelhead, how they’re faring with this year’s floods, and the steps being taken to ensure their long-term survival. Eric Ettlinger Aquatic Ecologist with the Marin Municipal Water District will be making a special presentation on this subject. Eric Ettlinger, Aquatic Ecologist for the Marin Municipal Water District since 1999, will be addressing this topic. He has a Master’s Degree in Wildland Resource Science from UC Berkeley, and has been working as the Aquatic Ecologist for the Marin Municipal Water District since 1999. His major responsibilities include monitoring populations of coho salmon, steelhead trout, and other aquatic species, and enhancing aquatic habitats, particularly through the installation of large woody debris. Eric has recently been quoted extensively on this topic in the Marin Independent Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, and NBC. Free pizza will be served, and a no-host bar will be available. This is sure to be an interesting event, and will take place at the Marin Rod and Gun Club, located at 2675 East Francisco Boulevard, San Rafael, CA 94901, from 7 PM to 9 PM.

 

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Mar
19
12:30 PM12:30

A film hosted by TU’s John Muir Chapter in Oakland

The John Muir Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be hosting a Chapter meeting and screening of DamNation, a powerful film odyssey across America exploring the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. Location: The New Parkway Theater, 474 24th Street, Oakland. Time: 12:30 to 2:00 PM

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Mar
7
7:00 PM19:00

A program about the dangers posed by the invasive, Japanese Knotwood

Japanese Knotwood. Take control of it before it takes control of your property. Tuesday, March 7th, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.San Geronimo Valley Community Center; 6350 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, San Geronimo. Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is already impacting important stream habitat and property values in critical watersheds from England to Washington State. It has been confirmed in the San Geronimo Valley Watershed, posing potential and imminent impacts to this watershed and individual property if not controlled. Organized by Marin Resource Conservation District, this FREE informal workshop is tailored for landowners to learn about Japanese knotweed, including how to identify it and how it can be managed and perhaps eradicated from the watershed. Presenters include: Sandy Guldman (homeowner outreach participation in Marin’s invasive cordgrass project); Eric Wrubel (National Park Service, knotweed identification and growth cycle); John Summers and Cassie Pinnell, (Mattole Restoration Council, knotweed control & eradication program, Mattole River Watershed). Come learn about this invasive plant & the risks it poses. Help control it in the San Geronimo Watershed. Reserve a space at: ucanr.edu/japanese_knotwood

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Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter meeting - Ed Engle, speaker

Ed Engle, one of the featured speakers at the Pleasanton fly fishing show, will be speaking on “A Guide's Tips to Fishing the Tailwaters of the West”. You can learn more about Ed at www.edengleflyfishing.com

Location: The meeting will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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Feb
19
to Feb 20

A program about the dangers posed by the invasive, Japanese Knotwood

Take control of it before it takes control of your property. Tuesday, March 7th, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.San Geronimo Valley Community Center; 6350 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, San Geronimo. Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is already impacting important stream habitat and property values in critical watersheds from New England to Washington State. It has been confirmed in the San Geronimo Valley Watershed, posing potential and imminent impacts to this watershed and individual property if not controlled. Organized by Marin Resource Conservation District, this FREE informal workshop is tailored for landowners to learn about Japanese Knotweed, including how to identify it and how it can be managed and perhaps eradicated from the watershed. Presenters include: Sandy Guldman (homeowner outreach participation in Marin’s invasive cordgrass project); Eric Wrubel (National Park Service, Knotweed identification and growth cycle); John Summers and Cassie Pinnell, (Mattole Restoration Council, Knotweed control & eradication program, Mattole River Watershed). Come learn about this invasive plant & the risks it poses. Help control it in the San Geronimo Watershed. Reserve a space at: ucanr.edu/japanese_knotwood

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Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

NBTU Board of Directors meeting

The board meetings will be held at the Marin County Office of Education building located at 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue in Terra Linda. Take Highway 101 to the Manuel T. Freitas Parkway exit, head west to Las Gallinas Avenue, take right on Las Gallinas Avenue to the 1st stop sign at Las Colindas Road. Take a left on Las Colindas and park on street. The Marin County Office of Education building is on the corner of Las Gallinas & Las Colindas Road. The meeting is held in the conference room in the Marin County Office of Education building. Click for map

Northbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer left over the overpass onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 2 stoplights, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

Southbound Directions
Take Freitas Parkway exit, veer right onto Freitas Parkway, head west through 1 stoplight, take right turn at next stoplight which is Las Gallinas Avenue, head north on Las Gallinas Avenue to stop sign, the Marin County Office of Education building is on left side of the street at the corner of Las Gallinas and Las Colindas Road.

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