Cascade Family FlyFishers is a club dedicated to improving our local waterways, preserving this precious resource for future generations and most importantly we’re fly tiers, trout bums and steelheaders that love to spend time on the water learning and living the craft that is flyfishing.
We’re teachers and students, mentors to youth and to each other. We’re friends and we are families!
General Meeting location is Wesley United Methodist Church, 1385 Oakway Rd. Eugene. 4th Thursday of Each month. Meeting starts @ 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Fly tying demonstration from 6:15 pm.
CFF ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
- Monthly Meetings with Informative Programs, Fly Swaps
- Single Day and Multi-Day Fishing Outings
- Classes in Casting, Beginning fly fishing, Fly Tying, Fishing Gear
- Opportunities to Volunteer in Youth Programs, Conservation Efforts, Fly Fishing Shows and Exhibitions
- Extensive Lending Library of Fly Fishing Books and DVDs.
Click HERE to Download a Membership Application and Renewals Form.
Click HERE to Join or Renew your membership online.
ALL MEMBERS MUST HAVE A LIABILITY WAIVER SIGNED AND ON FILE WITH CASCADE FAMILY FLY FISHERS. CLICK THIS LINK Waiver-for-Cascade-Family-Flyfishers-1.pdf TO DOWNLOAD THE WAIVER. PLEASE SIGN THE WAIVER AND EITHER MAIL WITH YOUR FIRST DUES CHECK OR GIVE IT TO MICHELLE OVERALL AT THE NEXT MEETING.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF CASCADE FAMILY FLY FISHERS TO ATTEND ALL OUTINGS AND FLY TYING EVENTS.
“I was using a new crazy simple “mop fly” Turns out it’s a killer on stocked trout. They must think it’s something they eat at the hatchery. I bought a Windex dust mitt and used the little microfiber dreadlocks and tied up a bunch. They have been working at Carmen and Munsel. – Roz
(Click HERE to see Mop Fly tying video).
April 29 Fly Casting Clinic The clinic was geared to intermediate casters and will cover common casting errors and some advanced casting techniques that will make your fishing more enjoyable.
The 2017 Fly Casting Clinic, taught by Bob Wolfe, was a huge success. We all learned a lot. About casting and bee keeping, too.
Joe Moody’s grandson is one lucky kid!