• Club Meetings and Location

    Hi-Laker meetings are open to the public and visitors are warmly welcomed!

    The Hi-Lakers meet the third Wednesday of each month from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Mercer Island Community Center, 8236 SE 24th Street, Mercer Island, Washington.

    Typically, a business meeting is followed by a short break and then a program relevant to the club. Programs are quite popular. Plan to arrive early to secure a seat!

    Questions about the Hi-Lakers or becoming a member? Please contact Doug Cronin, chair of the new member committee, newmembers@hilakers.org.

  • Upcoming Programs

    6:30 PM on April 15th. Tenkara is the Japanese practice of flyfishing with a special long rod without a reel. A minimalist style favored in Japan for mountain trout fishing.  Virtually unknown in USA until 2009. Come hear all about it from enthusiast Craig Hardt.

         
  • President’s Pack

    Special Member Benefit -Trail raft

    Membership in the Hi Laker's brings many benefits. One of them is the opportunity to take a class and build a 24-ounce raft perfect for backpacking and fishing the high lakes.

    Curious about alpine fish stocking in Washington? Read more about it on the Science page.