The Ottawa Flyfishers Society was formed in 1983 to unite local area fly fishers. Its diverse fellowship of neophyte and experienced fishers includes beginners as well as, instructors and past members of the Canadian Flyfishing Team; all of whom meet to share and explore the art and sport of flyfishing. The Society is dedicated to fostering and furthering the practice of activities associated with the art of flyfishing, conservation and resource renewal, and recreational activities.
The Society provides monthly presentations and fly tying classes. Guest speakers lecture on a variety of topics including entomology, aquatic ecosystems, stream rehabilitation, warm water fishing, trout fishing and Atlantic Salmon fishing, just to name a few.
The Society meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from September through May at the Champlain Fieldhouse (see map to fieldhouse). The regular general meetings and presentations are held on the 1st Tuesdays with fly tying held on the 3rd Tuesdays.
For more detailed information on society meetings and activities please see our Calendar.
For membership information please see our Membership page.
Visitors are always welcome!