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September 23-25, 2016
Important September Outing Information.
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Next Membership Meeting
Nina Hemphill
Thursday September 1, 2016

I have worked in fisheries and aquatic ecology for over 40 years. I have always loved streams, frogs and fish. Here in California I received by PhD from USSB. I worked on the Sequoia National Park surveying streams back in the 1980’s. More recently I worked on the Trinity River Restoration Program on Coho and monitoring salmon and steelhead populations I came to work for the Sequoia National Forest in 2012. I am the Fish and aquatic Program Lead, Watershed Coordinator and Hydrology Program manager for the forest. I still love stream, rivers, fish, and frogs.
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The Big Fresno Fair is.
October 5, 2016 through October 16, 2016
Time to commence Operation Man the Booth
Please sign up with
Mits Kozuki

How to find the action of your fly rod by lance Gray

Lower Kings River Report

The 2015 Fish Population Survey (Electrofishing) Report has been finalized. We made a few minor changes to this year’s report and will be making more next season. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Click Here for the 2015 Fishing Report


Heidi Ann Isner
Environmental Program Manager
Kings River Conservation District

Who We Are

Fresno Fly Fishers for Conservation is the oldest fly fishing club west of the Mississippi River. Fresno Fly Fishers is a non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist those who desire to learn more about the art of fly-fishing. Our club includes some of the finest fisherman, fly tier’s, fly casters, and professional guides in the Central Valley, and is comprised of people of all ages, from beginner to expert level.

Our Mission

We are a FEDERATION OF FLY FISHERS affiliated club, a national organization whose goal, like ours, is to promote the wonderful sport of fly-fishing as well as protect our natural resources. We promote catch and release, education, conservation, and above all, encourage and help those who desire to learn more about all aspects of fly-fishing.
Fly Fishers for Conservation (FFFC) was organized in 1961 by a group of devoted fly fishers deeply concerned with the preservation of trout and all game fish, their environment, and the quality of fishing. Our club has maintained two goals since that time: To foster and promote the sport of angling with artificial flies. To protect, conserve and increase our angling resources.


Fly Fishers for Conservation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization. This means you can use your contribution as a tax deduction. The club gets revenue from member-ship dues and the annual fundraiser dinner. We try to contribute to conservation issues in the area and to our youth with our Trout in the Classroom program, the No Child Left Inside program and by holding a Youth Fly-Fishing Academy annually. The club is al-ways in need of funds. Please consider donating. You may send a check to Fly Fishers for Conservation at 100 E. Sierra, PMB 3310, Fresno, CA 93710. Your donations will be greatly appreciated and they will help the club fulfill its obligations.

2016 Meetings
Members fly tying demos

February 4
Mike Williams Magic of the Mountain Rivers

February 25
Jeff Currier - Fly fishing for Carp

no meeting, due to Jeff Currier in February

Club Banquet

May 5
Guy Jeans Top 20 Fly fishing mistakes

June 2-
Ken BrunskillNorthern California Council IFF

July 7 -
Annual BBQ

August - 4
Lance Gray
Breaking Down Stillwater

September - Nina Hemphill
Fish, Aquatic Ecology, Watersheds and Hydrology
Forest Service in the Sequoia National Forest

October - 6
Jay Murakoshi
Fishing O'Neill Fore bay

November -
Chris O-Donnell
River Runners Outfitters, Ben OR

December -
Elections and Dessert Potluck