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

April Meeting

At this month meeting Doug Meyer will be giving an in-depth Powerpoint presentation on Wiper fishing.  How to use wind, weather, & water conditions to […]

Upcoming Activities

Spring 2018 WSU 101, 102 and 103 classes

There are going to be Spring 2018 sessions of the WSU 101, 102 and 103 fly fishing classes.  They will be starting in February.  The 101 class is a general fly fishing introductory class.  The 102 is a casting class.  New this year is 103 which will be an introductory fly tying class. For more information please visit our WSU […]

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Bill White Memorial Fly Tying Contest

So we have our winners of the 2nd Annual Bill White Memorial Fly Tying Contest.  We had good participation and an bunch of nice flies turned in.  Thanks to everyone who submitted a pattern and all those who voted.  It was a close vote in both categories. The winner in the female category was Toni!! The winner in the male category […]

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Sowbug Roundup March 22-24

If you haven’t heard of the Sowbug Roundup you need to read the link at the end of this post.  This is not a club event, but a large fly fishing event that isn’t that far from Wichita.  So we wanted to make people aware of it.  It is located in Mountain Home Arkansas.  There are demonstrations by 100+ Expert […]

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Trout Season – Nov. 1st – April 15th

Trout season starts in just a few weeks on Nov. 1st.  If you didn’t get a trout stamp last year, make sure you get one this year before you go fishing.  Remember the trout stamp helps some with the cost of this program.  There is more information on our Trout Stocking Program page or you can visit Kansas Wildlife, Parks […]

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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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