Northwest Flyfishers is a fly fishing club established to promote the art and skill of fly fishing and to encourage conservation of our natural resources. The goals of the club are to provide education in the art of fly fishing while also assisting governmental and non-profit agencies with fisheries related research and habitat enhancement.
The club functions as a means to meet other fly fishers, exchange information and work together on conservation issues. The club brings together individuals and allows them the opportunity to become an effective lobbying force working with other clubs and organizations to promote the conservation of our natural resources.
Northwest Flyfishers is an active member of the Federation of Fly Fishers.
If you are interested in joining a club or just want to learn more about fly fishing, we invite you to come to one of our monthly meetings to meet our members and find out more about us. We gladly accept members of all ages and skill levels.
This page was last updated: October 20, 2014
NWFF Club Meeting
We have an exciting meeting planned for this month. Come and join us for:
Hawkeye Hawkins from teh Welches Fly Shop talking on Steelhead Fishing.
Gary Lorang from FFACS talking about the Pacific Northwest Fly Tyers Rendezvous.
•Hook a Square.
* Special Pre-Meeting Event: "Tie One On". Come and join us at 6:00 pm to Tie one on prior to each meeting. Bring your vice, tools and materials. Cliff and Phil will be tying.
We will see you Tuesday evening.
Remember to get your dues paid.