Welcome to the Kelly Creek Flycasters
We are a local fly fishing club based in the beautiful Lewiston-Clarkston Valley.
Our membership ranges from those just starting out, to those that are "well seasoned".
Please take a moment to explore our website, to see what we are about.
We would love to have you join us at one of our monthly meetings, or at one of our many events.
To promote catch-and-release fly fishing and the wise use of our fisheries resources by education.
To provide assistance, education and friendship to fly fishers, outdoor enthusiasts and the community.
To educate members and the community in the best practices of fly fishing and fly tying.
To be a voice for fly fishers, act as liaison with other organizations.
Provide a meeting place to share information and ideas and meet others who share a passion for wild fish and their waters.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 6 empty Board seats. Please carefully consider being a part of this team of volunteers!
Nominations will be accepted until November 21st. New Board Members will be expected to attend the December Board meeting on December 4th and will officially take office at the January Board meeting.
Please send nominations to either our Board President, Jill Peterson (email@example.com), or Charlene Douglas (firstname.lastname@example.org), our Board Secretary.
Thank you for considering this opportunity to help form Kelly Creek Flycasters' future!
At our December meeting, we traditionally have had a slide show of our Club members most memorable fishing experiences...we do plan on having a slide show again this year. Please send your photos to Charlene Douglas (email@example.com), our Board Secretary, by December 4th so she has time to prepare the slide show. Thank you!!
November 21 - Nominations Due for Board positions
December 1st - RSVP Due for Christmas Dinner Meeting
December 4th - Photos Due to Charlene
December 4th - Board Meeting, Red Lion, 6:00
December 14th - Annual Christmas Dinner/Meeting, Red Lion, 6:00 dinner, 7:00 meeting; presentation by our scholarship winner, Laura Jenkins from the University of Idaho on her research about steelhead in the Clearwater