21st Annual Fishin in the Pines

21st Annual Fishin in the Pines

September 25th, 2021
Fun – Food -Prizes
Free Lunch Prepared by: The
San Diego Anglers
Live Music and a Lot More
MC’d by Natasha Hollingsworth and Butch Paddock

Trout Fishing Starts at 6:00 am Open to Kids up to age 15

See PDF Flyer

It’s time once again to ask for your help with the Annual: (“Feel really GOOD about making a difference in a KID”S life”) Lake Cuyamaca “Fish ‘in in the Pines” Kid’s Derby Saturday Sept. 25th 2021.

Ride sharing will be a new concept for us this year so please get a hold of me “Driveway Dave Hanes” and let’s save gas and parking by figuring out some car loads.
We always need as many people as possible for this event! Your favorite Fishing Club: The San Diego Angler’s supports this great event by helping with the cooking and Serving, and Man do we do some of both with all your help, really well!!!!!!

Your ‘Great Club’ has cooked tons of hot Dogs, Burgers, and Fish over the years for the eager young Fishermen & Fisherwomen and their Families that attend this Event, and I’m sure it will be another great turn out this year!

So PLEASE let me know that you can, and then come on out and HELP with this worthy cause. Please contact Dave Hanes, Ray Broadfoot, or any of the Board members so we can sign you up and get you in on this Great, Fun Event.
If you have never had the chance to come and be a part of this GREAT event, then this year is the one that has your name written all over it!  Please contact me (Dave) and I’ll get you signed up, and I promise you won’t regret it!

There’ll be a Sign-up sheet at the meeting!

Thanks in advance & see yah there!


Dave Hanes

Monthly Meeting

The San Diego Anglers
Are Proud to Present San Diego Anglers Club Member
Steve Carson
Penn Fishing University
At our August 4th, 2021 Location
Carlton Oaks Country Club
Wednesday, August 4th, 2021
9200 Inwood Drive
Santee, CA

Banquet Room
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Meeting starts at 7:00 p.m.
August Guest Speaker
Steve Carson is a lifelong fisherman and
outdoor educator. He was named one of the
“Top 30 Anglers in the West” by Western Outdoors
magazine, and he has been inducted to the
California Outdoors Hall of Fame. He’s
highly ranked among the International Game
Fish Association membership for the number of
different species of fish caught on rod and reel,
currently at 248!
He has also received a “Certificate of
Special Congressional Recognition” from
the US Congress for work with the “Hooked
on Fishing, Not on Drugs” organization.
Steve is the “Professor” with the Penn Fishing
University, where he hosts numerous on and
off the water adventures, product
demonstrations, and educational events.
You can follow Steve on Facebook at


Steve Carson

2019 Angler Award Winners

 2019 Angler Awards

Sponsor of the Year for 2019:
Josh Irvine, Penske Ford of La Mesa

Tournament Angler of the Year:
Norm Campbell

Junior Tournament Angler of the Year:
Justin Larson

Skipper of the Year:
Norm Campbell

Angler of the Year – Men’s Division:
Norm Campbell, 1089.62 Points

Angler of the Year – Women’s Division:
Lori Heath, 964.54 Points

Angler of the Year – Junior Division:
Vincent Hauser 602.04 Points

First Tuna for 2019:
Ken Pucillo 27.05 lbs.., Bluefin Tuna


San Diego Anglers 2019 Awards Winners

Men’s Division:

Chad Gierlich: Barracuda (Pacific) 7.5 lbs.
Bass (Sand) 7.5 lbs.
Halibut (California) 33 lbs.
Lingcod (Local) 14.0 lbs.
Rock Fish (Local) 6.0 lbs.
White Sea Bass (Local) 60.0 lbs.

John Gleaves: Tuna (Yellowfin, Beyond 125 miles) 94.0 lbs.
Cesar Garcia: Bass (Calico, Local) 7.7 lbs.

Charley Fouquette: Yellowtail (California, Beyond 125 miles) 42.5 lbs.

Norm Campbell: Bass (Spotted Bay, Local) 3.7 lbs.
Bonito (Pacific, Local) 11.2 lbs.
Dorado (Local) 17.4 lbs.
Tuna (Yellowfin, Local) 59.8 lbs.

Ken Pucillo: Dorado ( Beyond 125 miles) 16.4 lbs.
Shark (Mako, Local) Released

Tony Souza: Yellowtail (Local) 35.8 lbs.

Ron Lee: Corbina (Local) 3 lbs.

Bob Ziomek: Rockfish (Beyond 125 miles) 15.1 lbs.

Gary Smith: Halibut (Pacific, Beyond 125 miles) 120 lbs.

Steve Carson: Tuna (Bluefin, Local) 285 lbs.

Ladies’ Division:

Alisa Garrett: Halibut (Pacific, Beyond 125 miles) 40 lbs.
Lingcod (Beyond 125 miles) 50 lbs.
Rockfish (Beyond 125 miles) 13.10 lbs.

Janice Krause: Lingcod (Local) 7.8 lbs.
Corbina (Local) 3 lbs.

Nancy Ortiz: Halibut (California, Local) 22.5 lbs.

JoJo Pemberton: Bass (Calico, Local) 5.0 lbs.
Bass (Spotted Bay, Local) 2.0 lbs.

Linda Power: Barracuda (Local) 5.48 lbs.
Yellowtail (Beyond 125 miles) 28.03 lbs.

Lori Heath: Bass (Sand, Local) 5.18 lbs.
Bonito (Local) 12.99 lbs. Rockfish (Local) 5.8 lbs.
Tuna (Bluefin, Local) 80.96 lbs. Tuna (Yellowfin, local) 72.2
Yellowtail (California, Local) 22.6 lbs.

2020 Open Bay Bass Tournament Results

Open Bay Bass Tournament

Tournament Date–Jan 25, 2020


To Bryan Davis and Whitney Uyeda for winning this years event. They brought in a beautiful sack of sandbass (10.43 pounds) topped by a nice 5 pound fish. The win earned them $1500 from Fishermans Landing tackle, $250 for largest bass (Seaforth Boat Rentals) and the jackpot of $1450. Rumor has it they caught their fish on Ring Hammer made by Big Hammer lures.

Read about it on his facebook page


Top 25


1 Davis Uyeda 10.43
2 Hill Hill 10.16
3 Jamieson Buono 9.93
4 Souza Souza 7.77
5 Hargis Gilbert 7.61
6 Buckalew Weintraub 7.52
7 Israel Israel 7.1
8 Pritzl Pritzl 7.03
9 Handzus Handzus 6.58
10 Romero Keppeler 6.06
11 Mohney Tolentino 5.59
12 Talamantes Talamantes 5.59
13 DeLong Rodgers 5.39
14 Moyer Moyer 5.31
15 Hendrix Diaz 5.22
16 Pearce Badillo 4.91
17 Heron Yokoyama 4.77
18 Rendon Hardardt 4.77
19 Crull Macurda 4.67
20 Higley Smith 4.61
21 Power Douglas 4.49
22 Kasyouhannon Kalasho 4.43
23 Ponder Beerling 4.4
24 Wechsler Sweeney 4.39
25 Sedgwick Lamberson 4.35