FLORIDA FLY FISHING ASSOCIATION
P. O. Box 542345
Merritt Island, FL 32954-2345
The Florida Fly Fishing Association is dedicated to the knowledge, fellowship
and enjoyment of fly fishing as well as the protection and conservation
of Florida’s fisheries. We provide information and instruction in
all aspects of fly fishing, such as fly casting, fly tying, fly rod building,
techniques for freshwater and marine game fish, and tactics for fishing
specific areas. We offer—
• A Meeting (open to the public) on the fourth Tuesday of each month,
January thru November, at Kay’s Bar-B-Q on SR 520 in Cocoa (just
west of Clearlake Rd). The meeting starts at 7 p.m. and features guest
speakers, slide-show programs, films or demonstrations. Try to come by
6 p.m. if you would like to join us for dinner (ordering from the menu).
• A Workshop on the second Tuesday of each month, January thru November,
at the Central Brevard Library Meeting, second floor, room #4, at 308
Forrest Avenue in Cocoa provides detailed discussion and instruction on
a wide variety of fly fishing topics, including fly tying.
• Monthly Fishing Trips provide an opportunity to catch different
freshwater and marine species, explore different bodies of water, apply
knowledge and techniques obtained through various FFFA programs and develop
new fishing partners through the random pairing of boaters and non-boaters.
• Fly Casting Clinics are scheduled as needed. They provide individual
instruction for the beginner and advanced casters. Video equipment records
your session for an additional learning experience.
• The voluntary Mentor Program helps a new member become better
acquainted with the diverse interests and activities of the FFFA. The
program provides a more personal point of contact in meeting the general
membership and learning more about the many worlds of fly fishing.
• Fly Tying Sessions are periodically scheduled to provide insight
into material selection and tying techniques as well as an opportunity
to tie standard and specialized fly designs in preparation for specific
FFFA fishing trips.
• The Fish’n’Rag, our monthly newsletter, provides up-to-date
information of FFFA news and activities, items of local fishing interests,
fishing reports, etc.
• Special Workshops are scheduled as needed to offer hands-on programs,
such as building a fly rod, constructing a leader, tying knots, or preparing
for special FFFA fishing trips.
• The Grand Master Angler Point Program (GMAPP) provides a non-competitive
forum which challenges members to apply their skills and techniques in
pursuit of various freshwater and saltwater species.
• The Club Binder contains a wealth of useful information with topics
on the FFFA, fly fishing techniques, fly casting, fly tying, rod building,
knots, leader systems, fish identification, etc.
• The Website has much informative on the FFFA and its activities
including the newsletters, photos, coming events, etc. It can be accessed
at www.floridaflyfishing.org. Notice: “.org”
We sincerely invite you to share with us the fun, fellowship and learning
experience of fly fishing and ask you to help us in our efforts to protect
and conserve our fisheries. If you are interested in learning more about
the FFFA, please call one of the following members:
Betty Brown, 321-504-7881
Al Luther, 321-459-2605
Jon Mallory, 321-452-4861
Jim Wood, 321-725-4581
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