Other Fly Fishing Clubs
Listing of and liks to other local Fly Fishing Clubs
We hold our meetings every other month starting in January and ending in September and hold our annual luncheon normally the last Saturday in October. Meetings are held at 7:00 PM
2350 Honolulu Avenue
The Meeting Room is at the rear of the building in basement area.
Each summer and early fall Mike Forrest organizes Fly Fishing to the Channel Islands aboard the Sea Jay.
To book your sport give Mike Forrest a call at :
Local Fly Fishing Clubs
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CVFF supports Cal Trout's activities to promote wild trout fisheries, catch and release fishing, preservation of species diversity, and more. Monthly meetings are held on Wednesday nights at the Goebel's Senior Center in Thousand Oaks.
The Long Beach Casting Club, established in 1925, is a non-profit organization whose objectives are to educate the public about scientific angling; promote interest and efficiency in tournament or contest fly and plug casting; to promote fisheries conservation; and to promote social relations among its members.
The Pasadena Casting Club ~ a nonprofit organization, was formed in 1947 with 33 charter members. The objectives of the Club were: To promote and cultivate the scientific art of angling and casting, To promote the conservation of fish, habitat and natural resources through example on the stream and through programs of public education, To promote social relations among members, To support and cooperate with other organizations having similar objectives.
The Santa Barbara Fly fishers are dedicated to promoting the art of fresh and saltwater fly-fishing, catch and release, conserving our natural resources and contributing to our communities. We provide youth programs, fly tying, fly casting, and rod building classes as well as good camaraderie through monthly meetings and group fishing trips.
The goal of the Santa Clarita Casting Club is to provide education, reference material, conservation awareness and instill community involvement and, of course, to have fun and enjoy the wonderful sport of fly fishing. One of our area's newest clubs.
The Sespe Fly Fishers had its start in 1978. The object was to form a group of dedicated fly fishers and fly tyers with a common interest in conservation, education, and fellowship. While the club emphasizes fly fishing for trout, we also occasionally focus our attention on other saltwater and freshwater species with speakers and club outings.
Founded in the San Fernando Valley in March 1972, SPFF remains dedicated to conservation, community services, and fly fishing fun. Sierra Pacific Fly fishers is a gregarious group of more than 200 talented and witty fly fishers who travel the globe (but mostly California) in search of FUN & BIG FISH.
Founded in Santa Monica, California in 1965, Wilderness Fly Fishers is one of the oldest fly fishing clubs in the Los Angeles area. It is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of all fishing waters. WFF promotes stream and river protection with self-sustaining fish populations through conservation, nvironmental activism, catch-and-release ethics, and education.