We promote the art of fly fishing and conservation
Who we are and what we do
We are the oldest fishing club on the Vancouver Island and very much connected to the author and conservationist, Roderick Haig-Brown. We are a club of about 60 members fully committed to promoting the sport of fly fishing and fish conservation on Vancouver Island and through the B.C. Federation of Fly Fishers, across the province. We meet once a month to keep abreast of club business, listen to fishing experiences from members and be entertained by experts speaking about conservation/fish related topics. We also hold a fly tying session once a month where members can share their fly tying skills and discuss other fine points of fly fishing. Meetings are held in-person and/or via Zoom. March 8th: Cutthroat Evening Zach Davis from Robinson's will be giving a presentation on cutthroat fishing, gear, flies, etc. Rebecca Nielsen, Division Coordinator for Coastal Collaborative Sciences( a Division of World Fisheries Trust) will give a presentation on various cutthroat related conservation projects.
March 15th: Fly tying Wings are the topic of the evening. There will be wet fly wings, hair wings and synthetic wings demonstrated.
We welcome guests and new members to join in our monthly in-person/Zoom meetings
Note location of meetings on map and it is held at 1575 Lyall Street, in the basement of CPO Mess building and parking is free in the adjacent lots. Contact us if you are interested in joining the club or if you have any questions.