We are a concerned group of sportsman with the common interest of fly fishing. For us, it goes much further than fishing. The club was formed with four major objectives that are briefly outlined here:
We do our best to show forth the highest standard of ethics and courtesy both on and off the stream. We also spend a lot of time teaching others about the sport of fly fishing through rod building and fly tying classes, casting clinics, and other club functions.
We are concerned about the resources we have in this area and we try to conserve and enhance the fisheries that are dear to us. We are involved in at least one stream project each year
We work with the Fish & Game Department to protect and enhance our local fisheries. We encourage all to uphold Fish & Game laws and we try to report any violations that we may encounter.
We work with land owners to both acquire and maintain access to our streams. We clean up stream banks, build fence styles, and otherwise work with the land owners.
We have regular meetings on the third Thursday of each month from October to May. The summer months are for projects, fishing, and other outdoor activities. We also print a monthly news letter called the Felt Souls. The club is an affiliate of Fly Fishers International and many of the individual members belong to FFI too. We have been awarded a Henry's Fork Foundation award for our work at Harriman State Park.
We want you to be apart of our great organization. No experience needed. Come to one of our monthly meetings to see what it's all about.
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