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April 14: "Death by Fly Fishing and How to Avoid It"
with Wanda and Gary Taylor
Fly fishing is 100 times more dangerous than golf, as dangerous as mountain climbing and almost as dangerous as hunting. What we sometimes forget is that in pursuit of angling’s exhilarating moments, we just might inflict ourselves with serious bodily harm . . . and, in some cases, death. Wanda and Gary will share with us both how to avoid unexpected situations and how to prepare for some of the inevitable dangers we face when fly fishing. Visit the Event Calendar to make your Reservation Online.

April 17: Trout in the Classroom at KHSRA
Last chance to participate this year. Don't miss it.

Who: El Marino 3rd Graders
What: Trout fry release
Where: Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area
When: One shift: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm.  Picnic afterward!
Volunteers Needed: Casting instructors (3 ) and 1 volunteer each for Timekeeper, Bugology, Fly Tying Demo and Fry Release. Fishing before and after is encouraged. Bring a picnic lunch.

April 25-28Kelsey Bass Ranch
A serious chance to catch the bass of a lifetime.
Join us for a weekend at Kelsey Lake where fly rod caught bass in the 3 to 5 pound class are common. The current record is 16 pounds 12 ounces caught in January of 2014. (See accompanying photo.) Since we have permission to camp lakeside, you can indulge in catch and release fishing from as early as you want to as late as you want. If we have twelve anglers in our group, we will pretty much have exclusive access to the 125 acre lake for the weekend. More information and Registration.

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Non-Members Are Welcome At All Our Events!


Founded in Santa Monica, California in 1965, Wilderness Fly Fishers is one of the oldest fly fishing clubs in the Los Angeles area. It is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of all fishing waters. WFF promotes stream and river protection with self-sustaining fish populations through conservation, environmental activism, catch-and-release ethics, and education.