Delta Fly Fisher members receive our newsletter as a benefit of membership. If you would like information on becoming a member of Delta Fly Fishers, click on the membership page.
Our club is committed to outreach and education for the art of fly fishing and the appreciation of the environment. Check out our efforts!
Use the hashtag #DeltaFlyFishers and we will include your photos!
Our Mission Statement, mailing address, officers and board of directors
Fly of the Month and fly tying classes
Flows and member reports of local waterways
Fly Fishers International (FFI) has been an organized voice for fly fishers around the world since 1964. We represent all aspects of fly fishing –from the art of fly tying and casting, to protection of the natural systems that support healthy fisheries and their habitats so essential to our sport. Today, our mission is to ensure the legacy of fly fishing for all fish in all waters continues by focusing on conservation, education and a sense of community.
IFF Meeting Minutes
Today TU is a national organization with about 300,000 members and supporters organized into over 400 chapters and councils from Maine to Montana to Alaska. This dedicated grassroots army is matched by a respected staff of lawyers, policy experts and scientists, who work out of more than 30 offices nationwide. These conservation professionals ensure that TU is at the forefront of fisheries restoration work at the local, state and national levels.
Keepemwet® is about releasing fish in the best condition possible. It’s a motto for minimizing air exposure, eliminating contact with dry surfaces, and reducing handling. It’s a movement to empower anglers to take small, simple steps to responsibly enjoy and share fishing experiences. Our goal is to minimize the impact of catch & release angling on fisheries by uniting conscientious anglers, organizations and companies to promote science based practices for handling fish that are released.
The California Sportfishing Protection Alliance (CSPA) is a collection of committed activists with several centuries of combined experience in the trenches of the administrative, legislative and judicial processes affecting fisheries, water rights and water quality. It is within these arenas that the battles to protect the fisheries and water quality of our waterways are won or lost.
"Each cast was like rolling a wine bottle into a jail cell...."