Join us for the 2016 Festival of Fly Fishing on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Speakers will include Jon Baiocchi of Baiocchi’s Troutfitters, Western Waters Guide Service owner Mark Papazian, fly fishing tackle developer and author Greg Vinci; Putah Creek Trout board member Steve Karr, PhD, and representatives from the California Department of Fish & Wildlife.
Later that day, the Hall of Fame dinner will start at 6 p.m. This annual dinner honors those who have contributed to the sport of fly fishing in the NCCFFF region. The cost for the dinner is $50 each.
The Hall of Fame Dinner Menu
Meats are Beef Brisket and Rotisserie Chicken
Side dishes are Potato Salad, Baked Beans and Mixed Green Salad
Food provided by citysmokehouseSF.com
Join the International Federation of Fly Fishers
The Voice of Fly Fishers Everywhere
If you love fly fishing and wish to propagate and protect it, the IFFF is for you. Through grass-roots and international programs in education, conservation, and opportunities to meet, fish, and work with fellow fly casters, you'll enrich your own fishing experiences.
Your voice, in concert with other IFFF members, will be a strong force in guaranteeing healthy ecosystems for fish and fishing.
We're Part of the International Federation of Fly Fishers
When you join the NCCFFF you are really joining the International Federation of Fly Fishers, an international organization dedicated to fly fishing exclusively. The IFFF motto is "All fish, all waters", and they mean it—and so do we. No matter where you fly fish, in a green pond for bluegill or in a blue sea for sailfish, the IFFF is your best advocate to promote and preserve fly fishing.
The NCCFFF serves the fish and fly fishers of the northern parts of California as well as Nevada, the Hawaiian Islands and Guam.
We are a 501(c)(3) [Fed. Id. #94-3124970]
Our Fun Side
The fun begins with going fishing. You may do it alone, or with a buddy, or as part of a fly fishing club—whatever suits you. The NCCFFF doesn't sponsor fishing trips, but many of its affiliated clubs do. Even so, when you go fishing, the NCCFFF can be there with you: in the fly you learned to tie at an NCCFFF fly tying event, the casting you improved at a casting clinic, the fishing strategies you learned at Conclave seminars, and on it goes...
Fly fishers seem to like each other's company. We swap stories, we share knowledge, we have fun together, and we work together to protect fishing resources. Join us.