Good news from Congress this week.
Fly Fishers International intends to employ a professional Executive Officer to lead the organization in its representation of the fly fishing community around the world. Responsibilities of the Executive will be to oversee and expand its operations, represent a strong conservation voice for “all fish in all waters”, maintain excellence in all aspects of fly fishing education, foster community for all who fish with the artificial fly and establish a strong financial base to ensure fly fishing as an enduring outdoor experience.
The Board of Directors approved a Policy Statement on Climate Change at their meeting on November 26. It is the policy of Fly Fishers International to advocate scientifically sound public policies, management practices and educational efforts to minimize and mitigate accelerated rates of climate changes caused by human activities.
PFBC extends the catch and release regulation on Section 5 of Penns Creek. It's great news for the fishery.
Public land around Yellowstone Park protected from mining, Save the Seas Act signed by President Trump and America's Water Infrastructure Act passed by the US Senate.
Michigan DEQ Permit for a commercial fish farm on the Au Sable to be withdrawn, commercial fish-farming to cease by end of 2018, Grayling Fish Hatchery to remain open as a tourist attraction.
Gretchen D. in Sun Valley, ID was winner of the Hyde Boat Sweepstakes. Her winning ticket was drawn at HQ on April 30, 2018.
FFI adopts a guide on responsible fishing practices and principles, aimed making a difference one, on angler at a time.
Great Lakes Council of Fly Fishers International Comments on March 8, 2018 EPA Letter on the Back Forty Mine Project.
FFI is seeking sponsors and exhibitors for the 2018 International Fly Fishing Fair in Boise, Idaho. Click "Read the Article" to find links to important information.