Preservation. Conservation. Community.

The Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club has been actively promoting and supporting the conservation and management of fish and fishing waters since 1956.

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Next Meeting: March 9, 2021 via Zoom

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Keeping members and visitors up to date on our latest projects, community involvement, our “Fly of the Month” how-to, and more!

Our Projects & Latest News

Toys For Tots 2019

Thank you all for your generous contributions. We were able…

Toys For Tots 2020

We could not collect toys this year with Covid cancelling our…

Toys For Tots 2020

We could not collect toys this year with Covid cancelling our…

North Fork Cleanup

Earlier this year we were invited by the North Idaho Fly Casters…

Zoom Meetings

Jon Bowne has done a tremendous job giving us access to our speakers.…

Zoom Meetings

Jon Bowne has done a tremendous job giving us access to our speakers.…

2017 Big Horn Show

See you at the Big Horn Show – The Big Horn Show runs from…

Flies of the Northwest

nw-fliesThis is the sixth edition of Flies of the Northwest written by club members.

It contains about 200 fly patterns. There are chapters on: Mayflies, Chironomids, Caddisflies, Damselflies, Dragonflies, Stoneflies, Terrestrials, Crustaceans, Aquatic Bugs, Aquatic Worms and Leeches. In addition there are chapters on fishing for Steelhead, Salmon, Sea-run Cutthroat and Shad along with fly patterns that work.

Resources

Fly-Fishing-videosVideo Library

Members can borrow media from our video library, free of charge.

Fly-Fishing-ResourcesAdditional Resource

View more information about fly fishing groups, shops, clubs, and more.