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Amador FlyFishers (AFF) is a family-oriented club established in 1992 to provide an opportunity for persons interested in fly fishing to SHARE information with others, LEARN from others, EXPERIENCE fly fishing at various fisheries, and PROTECT fisheries for future generations.
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We fish, enjoy and respect nature and each others company. We learn and contribute to each others understanding and success that helps to enrich our experience in nature. All are welcomed and encouraged. Explore fly fishing in California with us!
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The Peninsula Fly Fishers is the fly fishing club on the San Francisco Peninsula. We meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month with the exception of July (Installation Dinner) and December (Holiday Party). Visitors are always welcome to drop by and meet the members. We meet at the Highlands Community Center, 1665 Fernside St, Redwood City, CA 94061
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The Aguabonita Flyfishers Club is a non-profit, all volunteer organization that was founded in January of 1979. At that time, we started with 41 charter members.
Today, the club boast well over 100 members with several residing in other states and even as far away as the UK. We consider ourselves a very active club with many of our members participating in various educational and conservation outreach programs both locally and regionally.
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California Fly Fishers Unlimited (CFFU) is a non-profit community organization serving Sacramento and statewide. Since its inception in 1962, the club’s objective has been to promote awareness and participation in the art of fly fishing along with enhancement and preservation of resources through conservation efforts and in-school programs. Along with community service activities, the club holds technical fly fishing clinics, fly tying lessons, and casting classes for the new and experienced angler. See the menus above for more information.
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We are a group of men and women who share a common interest in the sport of fly fishing. The members of the DVFF help each other develop their skills and knowledge in the pursuit of this fascinating sport.
The DVFF serves its members through club activities and resources including a novice seminar, a Youth Fly Fishing program, skills seminars, fishing outings, guest speakers at regular meetings, an online forum, a DVD lending library, Facebook page, and an annual auction.
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The Downey Fly Fishers is a club consisting of men, women and children who share a common interest, the enjoyment of fly fishing.
The Downey Fly Fishers meets at the Barbara J Riley Community Center (at Apollo Park) in Downey, California (Los Angeles) on the 2nd Tues of every month at 6:00pm. Visitors and new members are always welcome to attend.
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Fly Fishers for Conservation started in 1961. There were a few people with the vision to form a club that would include fishing, fun and conservation of the local waters. It was originally called Fly Fishermen for Conservation but was changed to Fly Fishers for Conservation in later years. The following is taken from the original formation documents. It is interesting to note that all work on this endeavor was done on a standard typewriter and the copies were made on a mimeograph machine. Things have changed!
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Flycasters Inc. & Flycasters Educational Foundation, is a club devoted tot he sport of fly fishing. Through monthly programs, instruction, education, envuironmental activities and fishing, Flycasters preserves this classic sport. Founded in 1965, Flycasters is one of the oldest clubs in California and one of the largest in the world.
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Our Club is situated in the beautiful California Sierra Foothills in the neighboring communites of Grass Valley and Nevada County. We are over 150 members strong and invite anyone interested in furthering their journey towards becoming accomplished fly fishers to join our club.
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Granite Bay Flycasters (GBF) is a nonprofit, family-oriented club organized to promote fisheries conservation, catch and release fly fishing, and related crafts and skills. Founded in 1986 we are proudly celebrating our 30th year of service to the community. Our web site is designed to be a resource for club members who want to enhance their fly fishing experience through participation in various club activities. Check often for information on club fishouts, conservation projects, classes & clinics, and other activities that support our mission.
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Grizzly Peak Fly Fishers is a non-profit, volunteer-based fly fishing club founded in 1982. Our club meets in the community of Kensington in the San Francisco East Bay, with a membership that encompasses Kensington, Berkeley, Oakland, El Cerrito, Albany, Alameda, Richmond and other local communities, as well as places beyond the East Bay.
Our mission is to enhance the fly fishing experience through education, fly fishing outings, fellowship, skills development, and environmental awareness.
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When you join the NCCFFF you are really joining the International Federation of Fly Fishers, an international organization dedicated to fly fishing exclusively. The IFFF motto is "All fish, all waters", and they mean it—and so do we. No matter where you fly fish, in a green pond for bluegill or in a blue sea for sailfish, the IFFF is your best advocate to promote and preserve fly fishing.
The NCCFFF serves the fish and fly fishers of the northern parts of California as well as Nevada, the Hawaiian Islands and Guam.
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Kaweah Flyfishers Aims and Purposes
To improve and promote the sport of fly fishing as one means of enhancing and conserving high quality fisheries.
To educate the public as to conservation practices needed and used in fishing.
To promote and provide instruction in fly tying, fly rod building, fly casting and general stream-manship.
To promote and work for the betterment of all fisheries in the Central Sierra with particular interest in the Kaweah, Kings, Tule and Kern River watersheds.
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Mission Peak Fly Anglers has been established in Fremont since 1977. Our club participates in many events that promotes our sport. Some of the activities include: Trout in the Classroom programs, participation with Veterans at many VA facilities, teaching casting, fly tying, and many other endeavours. It is also a great opportunity to explore fly fishing with many others who share an interest in fly fishing. During the year, we also have social events that allow members to exchange ideas about fly fishing.
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MTFF is a fly fishing club in Marin County, CA. Since 2004, we have been bringing together fly anglers to share knowledge, experience, and good times. We host monthly meetings, fishing trips, casting clinics, and social dinners and events. Our members span all skill levels from beginner to veteran. We offer membership to anyone interested in fly fishing regardless of the skill level. Prospective members are welcome to attend our monthly meetings, meet current members, and learn more about us. If you would like more information please email .
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The Santa Cruz Fly Fishermen began as a small group of fly fishers, mainly steelhead fishers and one or two salt water fishers, gathering together on the banks of the San Lorenzo River, sharing tips, tales, and other fishing lore, and had its formal roots at Ernie's Casting Pond, which was a local fly shop. It was originally located in Santa Cruz and later moved to Soquel. Ernie and Diane Kinzli have since retired, and the fly shop has closed, marking the end of an era.
The club has grown to over 200 members, and has ongoing classes in fly tying, fly casting, and rod building. They meet on the first Wednesday of every month, at 7:00 PM, at the Aptos Grange, 2555 Mar Vista Dr., Aptos,CA 95003 and feature speakers and programs from all over the state, presenting slides and speaking on a wide range of subjects relating to fly fishing, such as entomology, conservation, hot fishing spots, techniques, all to broaden the fly fishing experience.
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The Santa Lucia Fly Fishers club was established in 1975 to give local area fly fishers of all skill levels a way to learn, share and experience the challenges of our sport.
We are a social membership club that helps members develop fly fishing expertise through casting clinics, skills classes, as well as fly tying and rod building workshops. We actively support conservation and sportsmanship.
Our club is affiliated with the Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF), an international organization dedicated to education, conservation and restoration to advance the sport of fly fishing.
We cater to women, men and young adult fly fishers of all experience levels and especially welcome newcomers to our sport. We invite you to check out one of our monthly meetings, held the second Thursday of the month, at Margie's Diner, San Luis Obispo.
SLFF promotes catch and release fishing, offering a variety of local and long distance fly fishing outings for fresh water and ocean. We have experts to help you learn the sport and equipment to loan to get you started. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We hope to see you at one of our meetings in the near future.
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We are a Federation of Fly Fishers affiliate fly fishing club located in Redding, CA. The club is dedicated to the art and science of fly fishing. We work toward preservation of the Northstate’s world class fisheries and watersheds by participating in, and donating to, habitat restoration projects with the DFG, Nature Conservancy’s McCloud River Preserve, the Federation of Fly Fishers and other river keeper organizations. Shasta-Trinity Fly Fishers provide our members and the community the opportunity to learn and improve their fly fishing skills through educational opportunities, regular fly fishing outings, and events designed to develop friendships among other passionate fly fishers.
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The Stanislaus Fly Fishers is headquartered in the Modesto, CA area. Its purpose is to generate more interest in the art and passion of fly fishing and provide an opportunity for local fly fishing enthusiasts to share their experiences and knowledge. The club meets on the second Tuesday of each month at Mill Creek Church, 147 Auto Center Court in Modesto, starting at 6:00 p.m. and is open to anyone with an interest in fly fishing.