Welcome to the Appalachian State Fly-Fishing Club Portal! The vision of our club is to introduce beginners to the art of fly-fishing, as well as providing seasoned anglers with a way to hook up with (pardon my fishing pun) other anglers to enjoy the beautiful streams that surround our little home away from home. Another core value of the club is that we are very dedicated to preserving the local environment and teaching others about the importance of taking care of the waters that we hold so near and dear to our hearts. Whether you are an experienced angler, or have never touched a fly rod, we are looking forward to having you along with us!
Tight lines and Good Luck
In the Appalachian State Fly-Fishing Club, we aim to foster a positive environment for all of our members. We invite fishermen of any skill level, from beginner to experienced angler, to learn the art of fly-fishing and understand the importance of conservation and protection of our cold water fishing streams that we have the privilege to enjoy. We hold meetings every two weeks to discuss club activities and relay local fishing reports. We fish mostly in Boone and in the surrounding area, but we also make frequent trips to Tennessee to take advantage of the awesome fishing in the Watauga River and South Holston River. Whether you are looking to start at square one, or sharpen your skills as a fly-fisherman, we invite you to come out and learn with us. Tight lines and good luck
Rhododendron Room (room #227) in the Student Union
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Every member must pay their $20 dues in order to maintain membership