Washington Outboard Club ~ P.O. Box 1226 ~ West Sacramento, CA 95691
The purpose of the Washington Outboard Club is to promote water safety and good sportsmanship; to prevent the pollution of neighboring recreational waters; to stimulate a greater interest in boating among all citizens in the areas served by the Club; to create and develop good fellowship among local outdoor enthusiasts; to provide a medium of boating information exchange; to develop and own or lease property for the Club; and to do all other things that will tend to serve the needs of boat owners, fishermen, water skiers, and all water sport enthusiasts.
How to Join During the Coronavirus Shelter In Place Period
The Washington Outboard Club is a member-oriented fishing club that resides in the Port of West Sacramento. Membership is limited to 600 members.
Each June, new members are brought into the club to maintain maximum membership at 600. Membership in the WOC is open to boat owners age 18 and over with a boat not greater than 21 feet in length, and not greater than 3,500 pounds in weight. You MUST own a boat and a tow vehicle. Your name MUST be on the registration papers.
Hours of access to the Port are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP, you must complete the application (click on the link below). During the coronavirus shelter in place period you may submit one by text, email or mail.
Text or email applications to our Secretary, Tom Lee, (916) 425-9205 email@example.com . Mail in applications should be sent to W.O.C. P.O. Box 1226, West Sacramento, CA 95691.
At this time, the waiting period for membership is one to three years.
Our next meeting is scheduled for June 9, 2022 at the VFW Hall 905 Drever Street, West Sacramento.
Volunteers Needed: Hall Set-up/tear down. 4 volunteers needed, 5:30-8 pm. Clothing Sales Setup/tear down. 2 volunteers needed, 5:30-8 pm (call Roger Mc Manus, 916-271-3019)
June 9th Members Meeting set/up and take-down and clothing sales see volunteer opportunity.
The Upper Gate Near the Guard Shack is closed with a chain wrapped around the moving gate. The chain is “secured” by a carabineer that you need to unhook to unwrap the chain. You need to hook the carabineer to the chain if you are the last one out at night.
A message from the Commodore
WOC Launch Ramp Area Use
2022/2023 Renewal Applications will be sent out by May 15, 2022. Be on the lookout.
Yolo County, State of California Strongly Recommend All Residents Continue to Mask in Indoor Public Places.
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The updated version of the By-Laws (February 4, 2020) has been posted in the Member Information section. All members should read this as it is your responsibility to know the rules.
Winners of our March 26th Striper Derby.
1st place Kyle Perry
2nd place Craig Mayes