April 29: Double Haul Ball
Learn the when, where, and how to fish our local surf.
The Double Haul Ball is a FREE all-day event designed to promote and educate the basics of fly fishing California’s most accessible resource, her majestic coastline. Come learn everything you will need to get up and running, and while you’re at it, prepare for the One Surf Fly!
The FREE day features: IFFF master casting instruction on line management and casting shooting heads - Open panel discussions on fly fishing tactics - Fly tying demos from featured tyers - and much more!
April 29 - May 1: Kelsey Bass Ranch Outing
More big bass and more of them than you've ever seen. Guaranteed!
Join us for a weekend at Kelsey Lake where fly rod caught bass in the 3 to 5 pound class are common. (The current record is 16 pounds 12 ounces caught in January of 2014!) Since we have permission to camp lakeside, you can indulge in catch and release fishing from as early as you want to as late as you want. If we have twelve anglers in our group, we will pretty much have exclusive access to the 125 acre lake for the weekend. Check out the photos from last year's Kelsey outing.
May 16: Spring Conservation Super Raffle
Support the club while upgrading your gear or taking a fantastic trip.
Spring has arrived and along with it the Spring Conservation Super Raffle. This is your opportunity to support the Club and take advantage of first rate equipment and
destination trip prizes at the same time. Raffle tickets may be purchased online on the WFF website beginning April 1. A full set of rules and instructions are posted on the website along with a periodically updated list of raffle prizes as we approach May 16 (the raffle is still a work in progress and we are awaiting more donations from guides and equipment suppliers).
Non-Members Are Welcome At All Our Events!
Founded in Santa Monica, California in 1965, Wilderness Fly Fishers is one of the oldest fly fishing clubs in the Los Angeles area. It is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of all fishing waters. WFF promotes stream and river protection with self-sustaining fish populations through conservation, environmental activism, catch-and-release ethics, and education.