The Cowichan Fly Fishers Association is a group of men and women dedicated to fly fishing, fly tying, and fish and habitat conservation. The club was formed in 1991 and has since grown to approximately 60 members ranging in ages from 10-90. In addition to fly fishing and fly tying the club also promotes education about fish though the Kids Learn to Fish day with help from BC Fisheries. There are numerous camping trips held throughout the summer with fishing and camaraderie being the focus. The club meets twice a month with one business meeting and one fun meeting which could be any thing from a fun tying night to boat safety. New members are always welcome.
Meetings are the first and third Thursdays of the month at the Air Cadet Hall on Gibbons Rd.
Doors open at 7pm and meetings start at 7:30.
Click here to see a map to the meeting hall.
The Cowichan Fly Fishers Association is a non-profit society based in Duncan, B.C.
The purposes of the Cowichan Fly Fishers Association are:
(a) To promote fly fishing and the use of artificial flies on all waters,
(b) To support and encourage the preservation, rehabilitation and development of lakes, rivers, streams, tidal waters and wetlands as fish habitat,
(c) To submit views and recommendations to any governmental body or private agencies as the Associations deems necessary to safeguard or enhance
the interests of fish, parks and/or outdoor recreational values
(d) To support governmental bodies wherever possible in projects that are intended to preserve or enhance sport fishing opportunities generally.