• 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 May 20th. Update on North Cascades National Park fishing and stocking. Ashley Rawhouser, new bio for the NCNP, will be determining with park management which lakes in the NCNP get fish. Come hear him present the current status, including about rotenone projects (killing unwanted fish) and the current political status of stocking. There is an urgent need for detailed surveys of certain NCNP lakes with an eye towards fish stocking. Program will include opportunities for Hi-Lakers, including possibly training. The Hi Lakers have been involved in NCNP stocking issues; as our club prez says, "this is an important program and also timely."

  • 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.