April 13, 2005 Meeting Minutes


The meeting was called to order at 7:05 pm and adjourned at 9:08 pm.   No one claimed the big fish pot.  The special guests at the meeting were Mack Randle, Rick Muir, and George Beagle.

Program Activity:   None

Tips, Tactics and Techniques:    Joe Scheperle talked about fizzing deep caught fish and handed out needles.  He also talked about battery maintenance and handed out a pamphlet on battery maintenance.  Jamie Wegmann is the next person for tips, tactics, and techniques.

Raffle:  The raffle generated $93.

Treasurerís Report:  No Report.

Minutes:  The March minutes were accepted as posted on the website.

Conservation Report:  No report

Federation Report: 
 Jamie Warner made a motion to pass the amendment put forth by the Federation to increase the $50 no show fine to $100 for club attendance at Federation meetings.   The club voted in favor of the motion. The draw for the Lake Washington Federation tournament will be at 8 pm at Stan Sayers Park Launch.  Jamie will resume the duties as Federation Representative for our club.

Tournament Report: Larry Williams reminded everyone that strolling is not not allowed in club tournaments.  The results for the Sammamish Open and club tournament on Lake Sammamish are on the Web Site.  Doug handed out information for camping on Silver Lake.

Fishing Reports: 
Lake Roosevelt producing a lot of fish once you find them.

Safety: Your kill switch must be attached any time your big motor is running during club tournaments.

Old Business: None

New Business:   Doug passed out flyers on making an amendment to the constitution regarding changing the maximum membership from 40 to 50 people.  This topic was discussed and will be voted on in May.  Larry Williams made a motion regarding draw tournaments (more information to follow).  There was a discussion on raising the club dues up from $56 to cover our expenses.  Josh Brannon was voted in as a new member of the Puyallup Hawg Hunters.  Congratulations Josh!

Klutz nominations:  Doug nominated Joe Perrin and Mike Buse foe messing up their lower unit while trying to do some routine maintenance.