Chris Scoones

Staff member
A list of fly fishing clubs throughout WA along with their background info. If your club needs to be added, please comment with the applicable information.
  • Clark-Skamania Flyfishers (CSF): Founded over 25 years ago, Clark-Skamania Flyfishers (CSF) is an active flyfishing club that offers members opportunities to learn casting, fly tying, rod and net building, and many other flyfishing skills. During the year, we have a number of club outings, designed to accommodate families as well as individuals. CSF takes an active role in the conservation of wild salmonids and regularly participates in activities to restore, preserve and enhance fish habitat.

  • Clearwater Fly Casters: Clearwater Fly Casters represents fly fishers in the Pullman, WA / Moscow, ID area.

  • Dryside FlyFishers: Our club has been in existence for approx. 25 years and we're in the heart of one of the premier flyfishing area of the state. We have some excellent fly tyers and rod building instructions are available for the novice. New members are always welcome. We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. at Chico's Pizza in Moses Lake. The 1st Tuesday of the month is our regular meeting and 3rd Tuesday usually consists of fly tying or other activities.

  • Evergreen Fly Fishing Club: Based in Everett, Washington, The Evergreen Fly Fishing Club has a long and rich history since its founding in late 1954. Today the club has well over 100 members and has remained focused on our traditions of emphasizing activities, education, and conservation.

  • Fidalgo Fly Fishers: Fidalgo Fly Fishers, location is Anacortes, WA. Club meets once a month and is dedicated to education of the sport of Fly Fishing. Club teaches at the Community Collage each year.

  • Greywolf Fly Fishing Club - Olympic Peninsula: Located on the Olympic Peninsula in the vicinity of Port Townsend and Sequim, the Greywolf Fly Fishing Club is dedicated to sharing information, techniques and knowledge about the art of flyfishing and to enjoying the fellowship of others who are "hooked" on this great sport. The club sponsors fishing outings, rod building, fly tying opportunities, and participates with other groups in projects to introduce local youth to fishing and conservation.

  • Hi Lakers Club: The Washington State Hi-Lakers is a non-profit club devoted to fishing, hiking and conserving high elevation lakes and surrounding country.

  • Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club: Founded in 1956 in Spokane, the IEFFC is a Federation of Fly Fishers founders club and actively supports the FFF. The club is well-known for its active support of the conservation and management of fish and fishing waters throughout the Northwest. The club is also noted for it's fly pattern book, "Flies of the Northwest", originally published in 1962 and now available in its fifth edition. Membership is maintained at approximately 135 members.

  • Kitsap Fly Anglers: The Kitsap Fly Anglers formed in 1988 in Kitsap County, Washington. The club membership has stabilized at about 50 members, most residing in Kitsap, Mason, or Jefferson Counties. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM at the Island Lake Center in Silverdale, WA. At each meeting we have a program that relates to fly fishing. Fortunately, there are many people talented in the art, craft, and sport of fly fishing that make their home in the Pacific Northwest. Speakers may be from the ranks of fly fishing columnists and writers, conservationists, TU or the FFF representatives, fly fishing guides, or the WDFW. Events & activities are varied in focus.

  • Lower Columbia Flyfishers: The Lower Columbia Flyfishers began in 1970 as a non-profit organization to advance the use of artificial fly as a means of fishing by social and educational means. Goals include the preservation, conservation and propagation of fish, the betterment of streams and lakes, and the encouragement of sportsmanship through the tradition of fly fishing. the Lower Columbia Fly Fishers has been affiliated with the Federation since it's inception.

  • N.F. Stillaguamish River Steelhead Society: "Dedicated to the preservation of the river, the fish, and the fishermen."

  • Northshore Chapter of Trout Unlimited #220: The Northshore Chapter Serves the Greater North Lake Washington Area of Washington State.
  • Northwest Fly Anglers: The Northwest Fly Anglers was formed in 1972 as a family oriented club, and grew at a rapid pace from the first meeting which was held at the Green Lake field house. The club has maintained a membership in the neighborhood of 120 to 150 people.

  • Northwest Women Flyfishers: Northwest Women Flyfishers was formed to create opportunities for women to share their interest in the sport of flyfishing and to promote the conservation of wild fish and their habitat. Club meetings are held at REI in downtown Seattle on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:45pm. We have approx 150 members. A membership application can be found on our website or email us for more information.

  • Olympic Fly Fishers of Edmonds: Olympic Fly Fishers of Edmonds is a club devoted to the promotion and participation in the sport of Fly Fishing. The Club consists of over 50 members and has been in existance since 1965. The Club conducts monthly meetings and we are always looking for new members that are as excited and dedicated to the sport as we are. To learn more about us please see our website at

  • OSLC Men's Fly Fishing Ministry: Our mission is to bring men together to fellowship, learn, and enjoy what our Creator has passed onto us. To lead men to Christ, closer to the Lord our God, and to start them on their discipleship journey. Deo volente (God Willing).

  • Overlake Fly Fishing Club: The OFFC is dedicated to The further enhancement of all our fishing waters, intelligent management of our natural resources, continuing education in the art of fly tying and flyfishing, the understanding of applied entomology and promoting the conservation of fish and wildlife in cooperation with the Game Management Agencies.

  • Puget Sound Fly Fishers: Located in Tacoma, Wa., founded in l955. The PSFF meets on the second Thursday of every month at Tower Lanes Entertainment Center, 6323 6th Ave, Tacoma WA 98406. The club promotes outings, conservation, educational and outreach activities. The PSFF is affiliated with the FFF and Washington State Council FFF.

  • Spokane Fly Fishers: The Spokane Fly Fishers (SFF) in Spokane Wa was founded in 1977 to provide a fly fishing club for families. In addition to providing family oriented activities, SFF works to help people new to the area or new to fly fishing, in gaining the greatest possible appreciation and enjoyment of the sport.

  • The Washington Fly Fishing Club: Founded in 1939, is one of the Northwest's leading voices for conservation and sportsmanship. In 1940 it was responsible for establishment of the first fly-fishing-only regulations in the Western United States and it has led the fight for conservation-oriented angling regulations ever since. Its public fly-tying and casting classes have taught these skills to hundreds of anglers, and its youth programs have educated generations of children in outdoor crafts and sportsmanship.
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