This month the Washington Council wants to welcome a new affiliated club, 4th Corner Fly Fishers of Bellingham (website: . Join us in welcoming the gang at 4th Corner. Directors and members of Washington FFI appreciate your friendship and support. Tight lines to all!







FFI is playing a role at the Fly Fishing Show in February at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue and the Washington Council wants you and your fellow club members to join us there. For the first time ever, FFI will host a reception at the show Saturday, Feb. 17 from 4:30 to 6 pm where FFI members and friends can gather to say hello and learn about a game-changing conservation strategy for Olympic Peninsula salmon and steelhead rivers. The $30 FFI ticket buys full day entry to the show plus the reception with savory snacks and a chance to win a new Thomas & Thomas 5wt fly rod and other quality gear. FFI also will host the Learning Center at the show where we will offer walk-in instruction on fly tying, knots and casting if space is available.  Visit the  WSCFFI.ORG Website for more information and to order your tickets now follow the url below:

Order tickets for the Fly Fishing Show




The Washington Council supports excellence in fly tying, fly casting, education and conservation and invites you to nominate your friends and your fly clubs for our annual awards. Every club has leaders that keep the club going and growing. Nominating those men and women for the annual Washington Council Awards program is a way to say thanks. Details about awards and nomination forms are available at










The Fly Casting Fair is returning to Ballinger Park May 4 with a full day of skills development for fly casters and tyers. The event, now in its third year, offers a range of classes for newcomers and experienced fishers and a chance for FFI members throughout Puget Sound to connect. Watch for details in spring.