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.
Make your voice heard. Atlantic Menhaden, a.k.a. bunker, are a keystone species for marine life in the Atlantic.
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. If you have any questions please contact the Conservation Coordinator at email@example.com .
Fly Fishers International welcomes Single Hooks as a conservation partner.
Learn more! By now you know that on June 30, 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed rescinding the Clean Water Rule that was established in 2015 by President Obama. We are concerned that this proposal, if enacted, will undo hard earned protections for streams and wetlands across the United States.
FFI, along with many other sports organizations wrote to Congress urging their support for a new bipartisan budget agreement that provides relief from impending sequestration cuts and allows for strong annual funding of natural resources conservation in the Fiscal Year 2018 appropriations process.