Presenters at General Meetings      Fly Tying        Helpful Fishing Information


Fly Clubs


IFF Washington State Council

Clearwater Flycasters, Pullman WA

South Sound Fly Fishers, Olympia WA

Northwest Fly Anglers, Seattle WA

Cowlitz Fly Anglers, Longview WA

Clark Skamania Flyfishers, Vancouver WA

Washington Fly Fishing Club, Sammamish WA

Methow Valley Fly Fishers, Winthrop WA

Banbridge Island Fly Fishers

Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club, Spokane WA

Alpine Fly Fishers, Sumner WA

Spokane Fly Fishers, Spokane WA

Olympic Penisula Fly Fishers, Pt Angeles WA

Puget Sound Fly Fishers Club, Tacoma WA

Evergreen Fly Fishing Club, Everett WA

Overlake Fly Fishing Club, Bellevue WA


Other Fishing Organizations



Trout Unlimited – Icicle Chapter

Federation of Fly Fishers

The mission of the Federation of Fly Fishers is to lead activities that enhance and support the fly fishing experience for all anglers who fish with the artificial fly.

WA Fly Fishing Clubs

Fly fishing clubs are a great place to learn, apply, and share knowledge of a great outdoor sport. Fly fishing clubs are the best "hands on" resource if you are thinking of entering the fly fishing experience.


Recent Special Presenters

Sean Visintainer      Fishing the Spokane River

Sean has been floating the Spokane for years and shared his invaluable information about flies, seasons, areas to fish and areas to avoid.  His humor and detailed presentation kept everyone laughing and taking copious notes.

Kelly Laatsch           The Upper Columbia, St Mary and Elk Rivers

Kelly is from the St.Mary Angler, he’s been providing guided fishing trips in the Kootenay region of Southeastern British Columbia and guiding St.Mary, Elk, Upper Columbia, Kootenay, Bull and Skookumchuck Rivers.

Brian O’Keefe     Fishing the Northwest

Brian shared some of his excellent photographs, wit and wisdom. 

Chris Knott             

Shared his knowledge about the Twin Bridges, Montana area and the Four Rivers area of southwestern Montana.          

Fly Fishing the West

Jeff Mironuck from Cranbrook, B.C.

Fly Tying


Serving the Western Fly Fishing Community with forums, fly patterns, entomology, articles, skills and links

Easy and Effective Fly Tying

Fly tying instructions for everything from classic Atlantic Salmon fly's & Steelhead fly patterns to the fringe of what might be called a fly.Special fly Patterns for Washington's Olympic Peninsula, Alaska, and Pacific Northwest were we primarily target Steelhead, Salmon, Grayling, Char, Sea-run Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout.

Helpful Information


     National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration     Weather forecast      

WA Department of Natural Resources

WA Department of Fish and Wildlife

United States Geological Service USGS    

Current conditions for WA stream flows. Information about ground water, water quality etc.. The USGS operates the most extensive satellite network of stream-gaging stations in the state.

PUD Fish Count    

Washington Lakes

Maps of WA lakes


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