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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.

Coming Up

Executive Board Meeting: Wednesday, February 7, at 10 AM.  All members are welcome. This is a Zoom meeting; use this link to join. 

Club Meeting: Wednesday, February 14, at the Greenbank Clubhouse (3090 Firehouse Road, Greenbank).  Socializing starts at 6:30 PM; meeting starts at 7:00 PM.  This month new club member, Chuck Seidelman, will talk of his fishing experiences in the upper Midwest.

Executive Board Meeting: Wednesday, March 6, at 10 AM.  All members are welcome. This is a Zoom meeting; use this link to join. 

Club Meeting: Wednesday, March 13, at the Greenbank Clubhouse (3090 Firehouse Road, Greenbank).  Socializing starts at 6:30 PM; meeting starts at 7:00 PM.  This month Mark Sytsma will summarize what is known about the toxic algae problem in Lone Lake, ideas for remediation, and efforts to implement those ideas not just in Lone Lake but statewide.

Executive Board Meeting: Wednesday, April 3, at 10 AM.  All members are welcome. This is a Zoom meeting; use this link to join. 

Club Meeting: Wednesday, April 10, at the Greenbank Clubhouse (3090 Firehouse Road, Greenbank).  Socializing starts at 6:30 PM; meeting starts at 7:00 PM.  This month Rick Davidson, Northwest Deputy Regional Coordinator and Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) Program Lead for Project Healing Waters will give us an overview of the project and the events and activities sponsored by the JBLM Program.

Yakima River Outing: Wednesday, April 17. Join us for a day's guided fishing in the lower canyon area. Guides are from Red's Fly Shop, so you know the quality will be high. Consider driving to Ellensburg on Tuesday for some DIY fishing, joining the group for dinner at a local restaurant, and spending the night in a hotel so that you're handy to the river for an early start on Wednesday. Contact Mark McGinnis if you're interested: mcginnismark54@gmail.com; (360) 632-2746

Executive Board Meeting: Wednesday, May 1, at 10 AM.  All members are welcome. This is a Zoom meeting; use this link to join. 

Club Meeting: Wednesday, May 8, at the Greenbank Clubhouse (3090 Firehouse Road, Greenbank).  Socializing starts at 6:30 PM; meeting starts at 7:00 PM.  This month Greg Shimek, Executive Director of Coastal Cutthroat Coalition, will update us on the latest sea-run cutthroat research.

Nyerges Nymph One-Fly Outing: April 13, 2024
Join us for our annual tip-of-the-hat to our club mentor, Gil Nyerges, as we fish with his signature fly on Lone Lake. The person catching the most fish in the two-hour "contest" window earns bragging rights. The club will provide certified flies to those without their own, and lunch following fishing. View the
official event flier.

North Twin Lake Outing: Monday, May 27 - Sunday, June 2. Located on the Colville Indian Reservation, near Inchelium Washington, North Twin Lake is a wonderful fishery. The fish are large (18+"), and there are plenty of them. For those of you who enjoy eating trout, this is a put-and-take fishery, and the fish are reported as being very tasty. We stay at the Rainbow Beach Resort, which rents cabins, RV sites, and tent sites. They also rent boats. An option for this trip is a day of guided fishing on the Columbia River in British Columbia--just a short drive from the resort. 
Contact Bob Adams if you're interested in this outing: 2bada60@gmail.com; (425) 681-7228.

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