“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.