Club Tune: Curtis Smith, with Mikey and the Reelers
The Izaak Walton Flyfishing Club is a public, non-profit group of men, women and youth who enjoy fly fishing. The club was formed by 26 participants in February, 1971, to promote fly fishing and conservation of our aquatic resources. From novice to expert, fly-fisher share their experience and learn from each other.
Our Club Logo
1914 glass by James Powell of Whitefriars.
This is a memorial to Izaak Walton, who is buried in the south transept side chapel of Winchester cathedral.
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You will enjoy our special regular emails, get to learn all about fly fishing if you are a newbie, and hone your techniques if you are a seasoned veteran of the sport.
“Brook Trout spawning in a small stream.”
Courtesy: Steve Noakes
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