Derby City Fly Fishers would like to welcome all of the new members to the club and extend a warm hello to the existing membership. We have big things planned this year and strive to make this the best year to date. There are some excellent presenters scheduled for the monthly meetings and some great outings and trips. Keep your eyes on the event calendar for upcoming events and updates.
Missing our emails? Some people have reported missing our newsletters and other email announcements. If you are one of these people, please email your preferred address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn to tie fly fishing knots We have added a new section to the Resources menu for fly fishing knots. These are knots and loops that you should be familiar with for tying on flies, loops to attach leader to fly line, and knots for securing fly line to backing. Click here to view
How do you release your fish?
Catch and release is crucial to the survival of our fisheries and our sport. Besides being the right thing to do, it is required on more and more of our waters, especially for trout and steelhead. Despite many anglers' good intentions, catch and release is often not performed properly, and some fish die as a result of being mishandled prior to release.
DCFF is looking for a small public address (PA) system and wireless microphone to enhance the meetings and fly tying events. If you have access to either of these items please contact Mark Vincent at email@example.com.
At each regular monthly meeting we have a raffle to help raise money for the club outings and events. If you have anything you would like to donate for the raffle, please bring it to the meetings and see Jack McGuire or the person in charge of raffles for the evening.
DCFF is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization.