White Clay Fly Fishers
White Clay Fly Fishers Club has been in existence since 1968. It started as a group of people getting together to form a fishing club, dedicated to fly-fishing.
Monthly Meetings are currently being held via Zoom until the COVID situation clears up. Monthly Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm, January through December at the London Tract Baptist Meeting House at the junction of South Bank, Sharpless and London Tract Roads, Landenberg, PA. (Off Route 896), GPS coordinates: N39°44.774’ – W75°46.493’.
Meetings start at 7:00 PM, followed by refreshments and, at approximately 7:45, a guest speaker or a workshop such as fly tying. Visitors are always welcome. We look forward to seeing you at a future meeting.
White Clay Fly Fishers Stocking Fund Raiser
Help us raise money for our fall stocking of the Middle Branch of White Clay Creek (Delayed Harvest section). Our annual rod raffle is underway, with a new twist. The winner can select from a choice of 2 rod blanks and the rod will then be finished to their specs by club member and rod builder JP Stanton. This is a unique opportunity to help support the local fishery and have a chance to win a very special rod.
Tie one on!
We are currently meeting on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm via Zoom, until the COVID situation clears up. Equipment and materials will be provided for those who don’t have their own. Several flies may be demonstrated. Just drop by to get in some bench time! It’s fun to catch fish on your very own flies.
Beginners are welcome…. So come on out!!! A designated instructor will assist you through some great flies to put in your boxes. Don’t feel intimidated, come and enjoy the fun.