Meetings are the fourth Tuesday of most months, at the Firemans Hall, 2411 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA 98201. Monthly meetings begin at 6 p.m. with a social hour that often includes a fly tying demonstration. The business meeting begins at 7 p.m. and is followed by a program that generally features a slide show from an expert on some form of fly-fishing. October's meeting centers on the club's major fund-raiser, an auction to support club activities and conservation. In July, the club holds its meeting on the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River to coincide with its summer steelhead outing. There is no regular meeting in December because of the Christmas Party, awards ceremony and year-end fund- raiser. In addition to gathering on the North Fork each July, the club holds a number of other group fishing outings, including a winter steelhead fishout, a spring lake fishout, and a fall cutthroat fishout. Members also get together regularly for such projects as the June cleanup of the North Fork, a storied summer-run steelhead river that the club considers its home waters.
In July, the club holds its meeting on the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River to coincide with its summer steelhead outing, There is no regular meeting in December because of the Christmas Party, awards ceremony and year-end fund-raiser. In addition to gathering on the North Fork each July, the club holds a number of other group fishing outings, including a winter steelhead fishout, a spring lake fishout, and a fall cutthroat fishout. Along with these official club fishouts that have organized meals and awards, we also have some scheduled unofficial fishouts throughout the year where members simply meet to go fishing. Members also get together regularly for such projects as the June cleanup of the North Fork, a storied summer-run steelhead river that the club considers its home waters.
Each winter, members conduct a series of fly-tying classes featuring proven patterns, Rod building classes have been conducted in the past as needed. The club also supports a number of conservation related activities. We try to keep up on legislative issues affecting our sport and make our opinions known to the Legislature or state fish and wildlife officials, In addition to the river cleanup, the club sends four children to a summer conservation camp each year and donates to various non-club projects and sponsors projects of our own. In the spring of 1999 for example, the club spent two weekends planting trees along North Fork feeder creeks to support young salmon and steelhead. During 2000 and 2001 a historical monument was conceived and built on the north fork of the Stillaguamish River.
Join the Evergreen Fly Fishing Club. We make it easy, all it takes is a couple of steps and your instantly enjoying the benefits of the club. If you have a friend that's already a member, you can ask them to sponsor you. Whether you have a sponsor or not, first you need to attend a club membership meeting on the 4th Tue. of the month and pick up your application form. Take it home fill it out and at your second required meeting submit the form plus the initial membership fees. The Board of Directors will then put your application to a vote and that's all it takes to be part of this historic fly fishing club. Contact our Membership Chairman Dale Dennis at the club meeting for more information
Cafe Press offers club logo items for members to purchase. shirts, hats, and accessories are few of the items offered.
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Washington Fly Fishing www.washingtonflyfishing.com
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Fly Fishing Entomology www.flyfishingentomology.com
Leader Construction globalflyfisher.com/fishbetter/leadercalc/index
Spey Pages www.speypages.com
A River Never Sleeps www.ariverneversleeps.com
Virtual Earth www.virtualearth.msn.com
Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) www.fedflyfishers.org
Washington Council FFF www.washingtoncouncilfff.org
British Columbia FFF www.bcfff.bc.ca
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Washington FF Club www.wffc.com
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Olympic Flyfishers of Edmonds www.olympicflyfish.com
Overlake FF Club www.offc.org
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