West Delta Chapter
P. O. Box 2691
Antioch, CA 94531-2691
President Jim Cox 925-261-9820
Vice President Mike Hall 925-634-6356
Treasurer Roger Lund 925-754-3938
Secretary Stacey Soto 925-325-8646
Sergeant at Arms Paul Dember 415-661-8825
Newsletter Editor - Roger Mammon 925-625-0590
Newsletter Publishing Ken Connelly 925-754-9148
Board of Directors
Jim Cox 925-261-9820
Roger Lund 925-754-3938
Elaine Adams 925-686-4064
Paul Dember 415-661-8825
Roger Mammon 925-625-0590
Ken Connelly 925-754-9148
Cathy Case 925-437-2679
Julie Connelly 925-754-9148
Rebecca Talley 925-918-0495
Barry and Sharon Sterud 925-754-3589
George Wight 925-757-0292
Gary Adams 925-686-4064
Mike Hall 925-634-6356
Stacey Soto 925-325-8646
Crystal Lund 925-754-3939
Driftwood Yacht Club
6346 Bridgehead Road
Oakley, CA 94561
2nd Thursday of each month.
No host bar, 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Dinner at 6:30 PM
Meeting 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Get Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs Fishing Derby For Kids
Chapter Fishing Trips:
Fish-A-Thong, the men vs the women, Inter-Chapter Derbies
City of Oakley Kids, Fishing Derby
CAST for Kids Foundation.
Our meetings include: a speaker on some aspect of fishing or boating; a delicious meal provided by the yacht club at $10 per plate; fishing reports by members (aka - lies); planning for our monthly activities, lots and lots off great raffle prizes and, of course, good fellowship and fun. There is no charge for attending the meetings and all guests are welcome.
Our monthly newsletter keeps our members informed on what’s happening locally and from the State Board.
For those of you who are interested in learning more about all kinds of fishing in the Delta River System area, come join us for an evening of information and fun. We sponsor a yearly Get Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs Kids Fishing Derby, where we treat over two hundred youngsters to a day of free fishing and a free lunch at Contra Loma State Park. We provide free bait and a fishing tackle bag for each youngster. Prizes and trophies are awarded to several age groups for the largest fish caught. All in all, it’s a great day for the kids and we (the adults) do have a lot of fun.
Through all these activities, functions and seminars there is but one truth that links us together, we are fishermen and fisherwomen who care for the environment and the future of our fisheries. If you like (love) fishing and are concerned about our fisheries, come join us. We’ll try to give you a great big, warm, welcome and more!
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