Our organizations (including FFI) support responsible development of our nations’ natural resources that is balanced with fish and wildlife habitat needs and access for the public to enjoy quality recreational experiences.
Fly Fishers International volunteers are on hand at all the Fly Fishing Shows to teach fly fishing skills.
Jen Ripple, FFI Board Member and publisher of Dun Magazine, was interviewed for an article in the New York Times about women in fly fishing. Read what she had to say.
Fly Fishers International joins other organizations in supporting U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tentatively Selected Plan to improve defenses at the Brandon Road Lock and Dam to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes.
FFI is opposed to Executive Action to Reduce the Size of Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments in Utah.
Now more than ever the fly fishing community needs your financial support as the future of our sport is threatened by policies adversely affecting both habitat and opportunities to fly fish.
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD...Call your representative today. Last week an unprecedented anti-public lands, anti-national monuments bill put forward by Minnesota Representative Tom Emmer passed in a close a vote by the House Natural Resources Committee (17-13). This bill (H.R. 3905) will now be considered for a vote by the full U.S. House of Representatives.
The Clark-Skamania Flyfishers hosted a casting clinic October 28th in Lewisville Park. Three different styles of casting were taught.
Speak up for the Smith and make sure your voice is heard. Submit public comment by November 16, 2017.
2017 EPA Comment Period: Help show decision makers that we’re STILL opposed to Pebble Mine.