Fly Fishing Clubs in Ontario
Many clubs offer learn-how-to-fly-fish programs, guest speakers, online forums, fly tying classes and more. Sharing resources, learning about new rules and regulations and comradery can make fly fishing even more enjoyable through the friendships developed at these clubs. There are local, regional and even national clubs. Enjoy the long winter months by connecting with fellow anglers in Ontario.
List of Ontario Fly Fishing Clubs
This club offers onsite training and professional workshops by the Franklin Club Pros and is home to spectacular trout fishing right in Franklin Lake.
Location: Mount Albert
Formed in 1971 to promote fly fishing and conservation, meetings take place from September through May at the Meadowvale Community Centre.
Fly tying and fly fishing are promoted at this club and they cater to both experienced and novice fly anglers with members from all around the Ottawa Valley.
Fly fishing enthusiasts take part in fly fishing and fly tying, share their experiences, learn new skills and techniques and participate in environmental stewardship.
Location: Caledon area
HAFFT “promotes fly fishing as both a sport and as a conservation tool” and educates all ages in fly fishing and tying.
Established in 1993, this club promotes the sport of fly fishing by offering teaching and recreational opportunities.
A not-for-profit group dedicated to all things fly fishing and tying and supports the protection of the area’s ecosystems.
This club combines cold and warm water fly fishing and welcomes all fly fishers in the area.
Location: Kawartha’s & Northshore of Lake Ontario
Over 30 years ago this group was formed by Gord Deval, author and casting legend. Today, the members continue to pass on his knowledge.
Learn the art of fly fishing from a group happy to share their knowledge. Fly anglers of all ages are welcome to join in on casting lessons, fly tying classes in the winter and fishing in the summer.
Learn more about fly fishing in Ontario, from getting started to the best lodges, species and fishing spots.
Last updated: September 13, 2022