1:00pm to 5:00pm
FFI Spring Fly Fishing Event
(Previously know as the IFFF)
This event will feature free casting lessons with FFI certified Casting instructors. Fly tying demos with well-known local fly tyers. Knot tying lessons along with instructions and tips on equipment care!
This is a great oppportunity for beginners and advanced anglers to jump start the 2018 season! Hope to see you there!
About the FFI
Since 1964, Fly Fishers International has been an organized voice for fly fishers. We represent all aspects of fly fishing – from the art of fly tying and casting instruction, to the protection of and access to fisheries around the world. A 501c3 non-profit organization formally known as The International Federation of Fly Fishers, FFI is driven by three fundamental pillars: Conservation, Education, and Community. Together, these pillars provide the foundation for our vision of the future of fly fishing — a future in which anglers have access to prime waters and fish can thrive in healthy, protected habitats; in which learning never stops and artistry is not forgotten; and that recognizes the true value of camaraderie. If we want this legacy to be experienced by future generations, we have to work to make that happen.
FFI Conservation Actions
Fly Fishers International works to preserve and protect fishery habitats. Many times that protection comes in the form of biological opinion regarding policies and decisions by public agencies whose responsibility is to oversee the water body and surrounding habitat. Fly Fishers International bases its decision about issues on a review of the existing policies or laws governing the agency's action and sound science-based facts. At least every quarter, Conservation Senior Adviser Tom Logan will post a report on this page giving our members an overview of our recent actions.