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

July Meeting

We will once again be on Facebook Live. Our meeting is a fireside chat. We will have a FFI certified caster, a FFI certified fly […]

Upcoming Activities

WSU Fly Fishing Classes Fall 2020

There are multiple fly fishing classes offered at WSU instructed by a member of the Flatland Fly Fishers. 101 class is a general fly fishing introductory class 102 is an introductory fly casting class 103 is an introductory fly tying class For more information please visit our WSU Fly Fishing Classes page. The classes start in September, currently online registration […]

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May Meeting – FB LIVE!!

The club has decided we are not going to have a May meeting at the Great Plains Nature Center even if restrictions are lifted that would allow it.  We feel that it is still too early for a group meeting, but we are still going to do a meeting for the club.  We have decided that we are going to […]

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Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing

The Flatland Fly Fishers are excited to announce that they are official partners with a new Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Program right here in Wichita, Kansas!!! We are just now starting to have some meeting and get this program off the ground. Scott Harwood is the lead for the Wichita Program. Go to the following page to contact him […]

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KDWPT Track Chairs Program Donation

At the board meeting in May a motion was made that passed to make a donation to the KDWPT Track Chairs Program. At the past few monthly club meetings we have been doing some raffles. We are going to continue to do raffles like that through the end of the year. At the end of the year we are going […]

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Bill White Memorial Fly Tying Winners

Here are the winners for the 2018 Bill White Memorial Fly Tying Event. Rick was the men’s winner and Donna was the women’s winner. Like every year we had some very neat patterns turned in and the voting was close. Thanks to everyone who participates in this fun event.

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Slough Creek Fishing Line Recycling

The Flatland Fly Fishers Conservation Officer built multiple line recycling containers for the Slough. On January 1, 2018 he along with some other members went along the slough and installed them on existing posts. They are for people to dispose of used fishing line, leaders and tippet material so it doesn’t end up in the water or along the banks […]

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