Annual Club Banquet

39200 W. Five Mile Road 39200 W. Five Mile Road, Livonia

The annual Michigan Fly Fishing Club Banquet will be held at the Italian-American Hall in Livonia. Please RSVP to Jon Bada. If you don't see him at a meeting, you can email him. Ticket Options Lunch Tickets $25, including a casting demo or tying session Dinner Tickets $40, including your Read more…

$35.00

Club Picnic

Multi Lakes Conservation Association 3860 Newton Rd, Commerce Twp

The Michigan Fly Fishing Club's annual picnic will be at the Multilakes Conservation Club in Commerce Township. The lake is available for us to use so people can bring a canoe or kayak, float tube etc. but no motors. There is a dock to fish off of if you don’t Read more…

Montana Outing

Four weeks of fishing in and around the Yellowstone Park area! The dates for the 2020 Montana Fly Fishing Trip are Week #1: 1-8 August Week #2: 8-15 August Week #3: 15-22 August Week #4: 22-29 August Price includes room and breakfast and dinner for six days of the visit. Read more…

Club Speaker Meeting

Zoom

Come join the fray! Our guest speaker will be announced as soon as confirmation is received. To share your fishing report, contact Barry Green or Sybil Hunter via email. To post items to the Virtual Rod Book, submit a picture with contact information to Barry Green or Sybil Hunter via Read more…

AuSable River Cleanup

Gates Au Sable Lodge 471 Stephan Bridge Road, Grayling

Each September, on the Saturday after Labor Day, the Michigan Fly Fishing Club cleans debris from the Au Sable river bottom and banks. The cleanup, sponsored by the Anglers of the AuSable, is a wonderful way to give something back to the river we fish during the summer. We wade ‘beats’ that run from one access point to another and with our poking sticks and plastic rubbish bags collect items that have been dropped or lost during the summer. Between beer cans, flip flops and the occasional bathing suit its always an adventure.

Speaker Meeting: Sara Thomas, DNR

Zoom

We'll be hosting Michigan Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Lake Erie Unit Manager Sara Thomas. Based at the Waterford Fisheries Station, Thomas will be presenting an update on habitat projects in Southeast Michigan and the state of invasive species in our waters as well as an overview of how Covid-19 is Read more…

Nicole Watson – Guest Speaker Meeting

Zoom

Arctic Grayling have long been a favorite species of Nicole's, being fascinated by the uniqueness of each fish, their history in North America, and the beauty of their coloration and dorsal fin. Nicole's Ph.D. research focuses on young Arctic Grayling, Brook and Brown trout. The overarching goal of her research is to clarify uncertainties around the successful reintroduction of Grayling to Michigan streams. Click for further details.

Project Healing Waters – Ann Arbor

VA Hospital Of Ann Arbor 2215 Fuller Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan

Once quarantine is lifted, MFFC volunteers work with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing to provide basic instruction in all aspects of fly tying to interested veterans, at the Ann Arbor VA Hospital the second Tuesday of every month. Volunteers are engaged with program participants on an on-going, long-term basis.  It’s more than a one-time fishing experience. Click the link above for directions and further details.

Tie Along With Sybil Hunter & Al The Hackleman Haxton

Zoom

Come join us Wednesday, November 18, 2020 via Zoom, as Al Haxton (professional fly tier) tries his best to get Sybil, (general hack) to demonstrate the Sailors Drake and the North Branch Special. Bring your supplies and your vices (whatever they may be) to join us for the fun. Click below for the Zoom link. Click the event for the shopping list.

Project Healing Waters – Garden City

American Legion Post 396 686 Middlebelt Rd, Garden City

Once quarantine is lifted, MFFC volunteers work with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing to provide basic instruction in all aspects of fly tying to interested veterans, at the American Legion Post 396 in Garden City on the third Thursday of every month. Volunteers are engaged with program participants on an on-going, long-term basis. It’s more than a one-time fishing experience. Click the link above for directions and further details.