The Whidbey Island Fly Fishing Club, founded in 1992, is a social organization of fly fishers, dedicated to providing our members with the resources they need to enjoy the sport of fly fishing, and to working to protect our environment and educate the public on the importance of conservation of our resources.
Fishing the North Fork of the Couer D’Alene River
Missoula, Mt 4/2019
Club Meeting: Wednesday, June 9. Socializing starts at 6:30 PM; program starts at 7:00. PM. For the first time in months we'll be meeting in person at the Greenbank Clubhouse (3090 Firehouse Road, Greenbank). We're not placing any restrictions on attendees, but we will be utilizing outdoor settings as much as weather permits. The Greenbank Clubhouse has a nice outdoor space as well as what should be ample indoor space for us to stay spaced.
The program this month features Mark Wilbert (hopefully with Phil Latendresse) demonstrating how to build a furled fly leader. We'll try to give those interested a chance to tie a leader themselves. We'll also have some rods and leaders available so that you can compare the performance of a furled leader with a commercial tapered leader.
Executive Board Meeting: Wednesday, July 7 at 10:00 AM. All club members are welcome to attend. Use this Zoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84991649410 (passcode: 192492)
Club Meeting: Wednesday, July 14. Socializing starts at 6:30 PM; program starts at 7:00. PM. Details of our meeting location and this month's program will be forthcoming.