Owens River Annual Clean Up 2-9-2019

Owens River - Lower - Bishop, CA (Inyo County)

by California Waterfowl Association

Meet @ 8AM Pleasant Valley Campground @ the footbridge  

Bring gloves. Be prepared to help clean up as much of the river as we can. 

Bring family and friends! The more people, the cleaner the river! 

Coffee and baked good provided for all volunteers at 8AM. 

Lunch will be provided for all volunteers at 12PM 

@ Pleasant Valley Campground @ the dumpster.  

There is a free raffle for participants with a lot of swag to be given away! 

2019 Sponsors include: 

California Deer Association; California Waterfowl Association  

Caltrout; Ducks Unlimited; Eastern Sierra Fish Reports 

Erick Schat’s Bakery; Great Basin Bakery; Golden Trout Lanyards 

Inyo Recycling and Waste Management; KIBS Radio 

Kittredge Sports Guide Service; KMMT-KHVS Radio 

Preferred Septic and Disposal; RIO, Redington, and Sage 

Sierra Mountain Trout Guide Service  

Silver Lake Resort; Southwest Council, Fly Fishers International  

Tenkara Tanuki Fishing Rods; Trout Unlimited  

Talk it up. Bring family and friends.  

This is our chance to annually clean up Bishop’s blue ribbon moving water fishery. For information call Chris Leonard. 818.288.3271. 

Luong Tam, Chris Leonard, and Jarrett Coons will have a free clinic on fishing tenkara rods after lunch. Please join Luong, Chris, and Jarett. Rods provided.  

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