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

Nov. 2nd Meeting

It is time to get our board set for the 2018 year.  We will be doing club elections and having our annual meeting.  Updates from […]

October Newsletter

Here is the Flatland Fly Fishers October Newsletter Newsletter 2017-10

Upcoming Activities

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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Club Banquet – Nov. 5th

Unfortunately we had a mistake on getting the shelter at Sedgwick County Park reserved and just found out we did not get it reserved in October like we had thought.  So we had to move it back a few weeks.  So the annual club banquet is now going to be on November 5th.

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Wichita Sport Show Feb

The Wichita Sports Show will be Feb. 1-4, 2018.  It will be held in the Convention Center at Century II.  The Flatland Fly Fishers are still in the process of working on getting a booth again this year.  If we do a booth again this year, we will be there talking about the club and doing some fly tying.

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WSU Fly Fishing Classes September

There are going to be two new WSU Fly Fishing classes starting in September.  Registration for the classes will be opening soon.  We will update the website page when registration is open.  If you want to read more about the classes you can click here.

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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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