Community sports: Camp outdoes field at Silver Oak

Wes Camp carded a 74 to take the low gross honors during the first Sunday Men’s Club outing March 17 at Silver Oak Golf Course.

Camp and Frank Maricich were low net (after handicap is applied) with 68s in the first flight, followed closely by Andrew Sels, Brian Sweet and Jim Fuller, who tied for third place with 69s.

In the second flight, Steve McIntyre shot the low net of 65, followed by Jeff Klipp with 66, Bert Wells with 67, and Tom Betterton with 68 was fourth.

In the third flight, Robert Tinnin carded the low net of 65, followed by Eric Moorman and Ryan Balik, who tied for second with 67s, while Gary Yoakum was fourth with a 69.

The Sunday Men’s Club offers those 18 and over an environment to compete competitively with friends, co-workers and even family members. The season runs every Sunday through Oct. 27 at Silver Oak Golf Course and features weekly games with three flights based on handicap and optional gross and net skins games.

Golfers may stop by the golf shop to pick up an application or visit to print out and mail an entry. Members of the men’s club receive reduced green fees, range balls every Sunday, Golf Handicap and Information Network (GHIN) service for the year, lunches and awards banquet, prizes, trophies, and access to a web portal to view events and scores each week.

For further information, call SOMC president Evan Shane at 775-220-6212 or vice president Dan Wilson at 415-385-1164.

Ladies Fly Fishing Clinic in South Carson April 27

The High Sierra Fly Casters and the Carson Fly Fishing Club are joining forces to sponsor a Ladies Day fly fishing clinic starting at 8 a.m. on April 27 at Fuji Park on Old Clear Creek Road (across from Costco) to introduce newcomers to fly fishing. This one-day event is open to the public, but advance registration is necessary.

Ladies Day is designed to introduce ladies to fly fishing by offering classes in the equipment used in fly fishing, the basics of casting a fly, necessary knots, fishing etiquette, and introduction to tying the ornate feather and fur imitations that are used to attract fish. Participants will also get to fish at Baily’s Pond, within walking distance of the building where the clinic will meet.

More information is available at the Nevada Department of Wildlife web site — — where participants can register for the event.

Participation is free, but you’ll need a one-day Nevada fishing license, also available from the NDOW web site or from sporting goods and outdoor stores around the area. Equipment and sandwiches will be provided free of charge also.

This program repeats a popular clinic sponsored by the High Sierra Fly Casters a year ago, when ladies were introduced to fly fishing, casting, equipment, knots, and fly tying.

The two fishing clubs and NDOW will provide mentors to help with all aspects of the sport.


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