The Klamath Country Fly Casters fly fishing club was founded on March 30th, 1971, and has since provided our members with an opportunity for learning and improvement of their Fly Fishing skills. It is also a place where new friendships evolve. Our monthly meetings offer speakers who are experts in the sport of Fly Fishing. Also, the Club extends educational opportunities to both our members and the community. The Klamath Country Fly Casters has been honored for our outstanding conservation efforts throughout the Klamath Basin. Improving the habitat and quality of our local fisheries is an on-going goal of our club. In 2013 the club was recognized by the Oregon Council of the Fly Fishers International (FFI) as the 2013 Club Of The Year for both our Conservation and Education efforts. We are also an active supporter of the Project Healing Waters organization that does so much for our returning Veterans.
We hope that you will take the time to browse through our website and see what we have to offer you. And if you have never fly fished before, that is no problem. Visit us at one of our monthly meetings, and we will set you up with a mentor who will work with you to become an avid Fly Fisherman. Better yet, bring the whole family. Fly fishing is an excellent sport for the entire family.
So check us out and see how you can become a Fly Fisherman and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while experiencing the excitement of catching your first fish on a fly.
We, the Klamath Country Fly Casters, out of a vital interest in the sport of fly fishing, do hereby join to promote fly fishing as a method of angling, to encourage youth to learn this method of angling, and to promote and participate in meetings to educate all persons in the many aspects of fly fishing as a sport. We agree to make every effort to protect and improve fishing resources in our area by encouraging the practice of catch and release fishing of wild, native fish and by supporting fly fishing organizations in other areas in the overall quest for improvement and perpetuity of fishing resources.