Flatland Fly Fisher’s Club

 

Our mission is to promote and further Fly Fishing through Education, Conservation and Fellowship


Flatland Fly Fisher’s meet the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Great Plains Nature Center, located at 6232 E. 29th Street North 67220

 

Monthly Meeting and Newsletter

March 3/2 Club Meeting

Have you ever wanted to go fly fishing in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming area or have been but wish you had more knowledge of the […]

Upcoming Activities

F3T Film Tour

The F3T Film Tour is coming to Wichita on March 4th. The Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) is a one of a kind experience showcasing the best in fly fishing cinema. 2017 marks The F3T’s 11th expedition across North America and another incredible lineup of independent films. From Siberia to Idaho, Mexico, Florida, Kamchatka, Alaska, Montana and more, the notable […]

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Cabela’s Event Feb. 25 & 26

The Flatland Fly Fishers will have some club members at Cabela’s on February 25th and 26th from 10am to 5pm.  We will be tying flies and of course happy to talk about fly fishing to anyone who stops by.  We will be back in the fly fishing department.  Come out and see talk to us.

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Midwest Hunt Fest March 24th-26th

The Midwest Hunt Fest is coming to Wichita again.  It is going to be at Century II, March 24th through the 26th.  The Flatland Fly Fishers are going to have a booth again at the show.  We will be tying flies and promoting fly fishing.  Come out to the show and stop by our booth. We will be doing some […]

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Fly Tying

If you are interested in fly tying, there are a lot of opportunities to get together with other people to tie.  Some of these opportunities are instructional classes where a pattern is taught and others are just general get togethers to tie.  All of them are open to anyone who wants to come.  You do not have to be a […]

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Trout Stocking in Kansas

Yes… it is about that time of year.  We start getting trout stocked around Kansas.  The trout season starts November 1st.  Make sure you have your trout stamp and know all the regulations around fishing for trout.  We have created a page to help get some of that information, but remember the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism site has the […]

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