Welcome to the Kelly Creek Flycasters
We are a local fly fishing club based in the beautiful Lewiston-Clarkston Valley.
Our membership ranges from those just starting out, to those that are "well seasoned".
Please take a moment to explore our website, to see what we are about.
We would love to have you join us at one of our monthly meetings, or at one of our many events.
To promote catch-and-release fly fishing and the wise use of our fisheries resources by education.
To provide assistance, education and friendship to fly fishers, outdoor enthusiasts and the community.
To educate members and the community in the best practices of fly fishing and fly tying.
To be a voice for fly fishers, act as liaison with other organizations.
Provide a meeting place to share information and ideas and meet others who share a passion for wild fish and their waters.
It is that time of the year that we honor one of our members by presenting them with the Bill Alspach Award (Fly Fisher of the Year).
Nominations are open during the month of February. The criteria are listed on the Awards page of this website, you select the member that best qualifies according to the criteria. Nominations will then be judged be a 3 person committee, the Clubs Vise President, the last recipient, and another member of the Club. Nominations can either be sent to Greg via email or text. Greg's contact is email@example.com or 509 758-1174. We will also collect nomination from the floor at our February monthly Club meeting on Feb. 14, 2019.
SAVE THE DATE: NIFFE 2019
March 15-16, 2019
Red Lion Hotel and Conference Center, Lewiston, ID
Banquet Tickets Are Now Available Online - Click Here to See Options and Purchase!
Club member Terry Nab has built and donated a split bamboo fly rod to be raffled as a fundraiser, with proceeds going to Kelly Creek Flycasters.
The rod will include 1 tip, a cloth bag and aluminum tube, a new Orvis CFO V fly reel with a new #5 Courtland 444 line. The rod will be inscribed as follows “Built by T.W. Nab, Kelly Creek Flycaster’s Special, 8’0” for #5 line, NO4418".
A limited amount of tickets will be available at $10 each. The winning ticket will be drawn at NIFFE 2019!
Bob Gruell is selling all his fly tying equipment before he moves to Spokane in a few months, if interested in seeing what he has to offer, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Kelly Creek Flycasters on Thursday, February 14, 2019 at the Red Lion in Lewiston. For the February meeting, Steve Pettit will share his story of a steelhead fishing trip to Kamchatka, Russia. Pettit is a fisheries biologist and steelhead expert who retired from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Kamchatka has some of the healthiest runs of wild steelhead remaining in the world. The program that Steve visited Kamchatka was to collect information to help conserve these populations