Our Mission:

“To promote fly fishing as a sport and conservation method; to instruct others in the art/craft of fly fishing; to expand the club activities in the areas of aquatic conservation;  to make representations to all levels of government on fishing concerns;  to maintain a fund or funds for charitable purposes;  and to do all such things that are incidental to the attainment of the above objectives and in particular for charitable purposes.

We also, encourage young people to take part in our programs” 

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.

The club meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month, September through May, at Carmen Corbasson Community Centre (previously the Cawthra Community Centre), 1399 Cawthra Road. Mississauga (1/2 Km south of QEW) Starts 7:00 – 7:30.

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  1. Just wondering of you have commented on the Hillsburgh Mill pond E.A. This may be the only opportunity to remove the dam and restore the cold water stream. It appears that CVC is not supporting this? We wonder why. Has your group commented to Council or the Consultant Triton engineering. The pond is currently infected with gobi fish and has an assortment of warm water species.

    • Hi Dan,

      There will be no banquet meeting this year, but we will be having the annual barbecue on Tuesday, 2nd May 2017 at Erindale Park starting at 5 pm.

      Warm Regards

      David W

  2. Hello,

    How are you doing?

    I always wanted to experience Fishing (Not really for eating – just catching fun type) but don’t have anyone I know who is into fishing. I really want to experience going into the water fishing. I don’t have accessories required to do all those but if there is a way I am willing to rent to experience this, I don’t know swimming either :-).

    I need to network with people into this kind of activities wondering if you could provide some guidance to make friends for such activities and how to proceed.

    Appreciate your help in advance.

    Best wishes,
    Abdul Haider

    • Hi Abdul,
      Thanks for your request.
      Please feel free to visit our club at 7:30 pm on Tuesday 4th April. at the Carmen Corbasson Community Center (2nd Floor).
      You will meet some of our members and also hear a discussion on “Trout Dry Flies – Some Thinking Outside The Box”. Presented by George Genyk.
      Also we will be having a barbecue on the 2nd May at Erindale Park. You can get tips on fishing the Credit river and also have a hotdog and drink.
      The barbecue starts at 5pm under the shelter across the footbridge in Erindale.
      See you soon.
      Warm Regards
      David W

  3. Hello, I am Americo, and I have the same interest as Abdul, I love fishing, but I need to learn many things about that. I would like to visit your club too. Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Americo,
      Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, 3rd April at 7:30pm at the Carmen Corbasson Community Center. We will be hearing about fishing in Alaska.
      Please come along and bring a friend if you like.
      David W

    • Hi Jonah,
      We are having our club barbecue at Erindale Park in the shelter, over the footbridge, on Tuesday 15th May.
      The barbecue starts around 5:30, but there will be a few members there beforehand to give casting lessons. Feel free to come along and introduce yourself. Who knows, you might also get a hamburger!

  4. Can you please send me some information on the fly fishing forum that is mentioned in your brochure that I picked up at the boat and fishing show? I cannot seem to find out any information about the date or location of this forum. Thanks.

    • Hi Julia,
      Thanks for your inquiry.
      Yes, we are still a very active club.
      As for consignments, we would be interested in any consignments; however, the biggest issue would be transportation of the equipment to the meetings.
      There would be two options for us:
      1) Have you or a designate look after getting the items to and from our meetings, or
      2) Have photos and prices available online.
      David W

    • Hi David, Our first meeting is on Tuesday 17th September.
      The meetings after that are on the first and third Tuesdays of each consecutive months.

    • You can join through our membership page at It’s just $20 annually and that includes all family members.
      You will receive our regular email updates (About two a month) which will appraise you of our upcoming activities.
      We will still have our in season fishing outings, and we have Club Zoom meetings twice a month.

  5. I live in Toronto….don’t drive and miss getting out to fly fish….does your club offer trips for members? Or ride sharing? Or any such thing?

    • Hi Mike, As you can imagine we are all subject to restrictions, and I guess there will be uncertainty until at least another month.
      Keep an eye on our home page for any updates on outings. Stay safe. David W

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