Potomac Valley Fly Fishers

Potomac Valley Fly Fishers Goals

(1) To promote fly fishing as a sport, an enjoyable way of fishing, and the most consistent with the preservation and wise use of our resources

(2) To provide advice, suggestions and assistance to club members

(3) To publicize the best practices and techniques of fly fishing, fly tying, fly casting and other related subjects and

(4) To maintain liaison with other organizations of sportsmen and conservationists.

You don't have to know how to fly fish, just have the enthusiasm. We are a group who get together and talk about fly fishing and plan trips. Experience is not necessary. It's the enjoyment of the outdoors, conservation and fishing. Our meetings last approximately an hour and a half.

The Potomac Valley Fly Fishers meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month (except July and August) from 7pm to 9pm.
Our meetings are held at Tuscarora High School, Frederick, Md.
Tuscarora High School - DIRECTIONS

Please feel free to drop in and join us!
Annual dues are only $12 individual and $17 family

Check out Potomac Valley Fly Fishers Home Waters

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2017 Conservation update from Rob Schnabel - CBF CONSERVATION Page

PVFF 2017 Outing and Event information can be found on our EVENTS Page

Recent Events and Happenings

2017 Fishing and Outdoor Shows INFORMATION Page

2016 PVFF trout stocking pictures

2016 Banquet pictures

2016 Youth Fly Fishing Class pictures

2016 Salmon Trip with Dan Neuland

2016 Salmon Trip

Especially for our members new to Fly Fishing and a good review for all of us:
Fly Fishing 101 - by Fly Anglers On Line

We work closely with Maryland DNR Fisheries.

Bring your Son and/or Daughter along on one of our outings.

Don't have enough equipment for you or your youngsters? Our club members will be glad to help you get started by lending equipment and helping you make decisions on equipment to purchase.

Our local parther orgization Monocacy Catoctin Watershed Alliance needs volunteers to help with local projects.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation also needs volunteers to help plant riparian buffers locally.
Dates for 2017 coming soon.

Getting started, Loan a rod Program
  The club has several 5-weight 7 1/2 foot fly rod and reel combs and 1 8-weight 9-foot fly rod combo available to check out and use.  This program, started  last year, was designed to give the young members of the club a chance to use a rod that is a bit shorter and youth friendly. We have 5 combos and anyone interested in checking one out please see Jon Thames  The rods are  available now for the upcoming season on a first come basis.
The 8 weight is ideal for any member wishing to try a larger rod on the Bay or any of the larger waters in the area.  This rod is normally checked out for 1 or 2   weeks at a time to allow more members a chance to use it.
See Lou Stohlman or call 301-834-7412.

Frederick area fishing
The next time you are looking for a place to fish around Frederick, type of fish and what to use to catch the fish please visit the
DNR Fisheries web site (http://dnr.maryland.gov/fisheries/fishingreport/).


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