Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) building in back at 4255 Sinton Rd., Colorado Springs, 80907.
Craig Haney, Colorado Vintage Fly Fishing -- History of Fly Rods and Equipment
We are two weeks away from our annual club picnic. The club will provide meat and side dishes form Rudy's and soft drinks and water. Please bring a desert or a side dish along with a healthy appetite. Lunch will be served about noon. I need to place the order at Ruby's on June 5th. I will have a sign up sheet at the June meeting. You can also CLICK HERE to send me an email with your attendance information. I will need your name and the number of people in your party that will be attending NLT June 4
Presently we have over 100 members.
Come to one of our meetings and see if you'd liked to join.
Yearly membership is just $25
Just fill out the PPF form and send in your check with it for the year.
The Pikes Peak Flyfishers (PPF) is the oldest fly fishing club in the state of Colorado. Established in 1965, the club provides a place for fly fishing men and women to come together to learn, share, and connect with other fly fishers. You will find this friendly group of people very knowledgable about fly fishing and interested in helping you learn more about the sport in any way they can.
The PPF meet once a month on the first Thursday of the month at the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) building at 4255 Sinton Rd., Colorado Springs, 80907. Social time starts at 6:30pm and the meeting starts at 7:00pm. Members include all experience levels and newcomers to the sport are especially welcome. There are programs and projects for all experience levels, including presentations by experienced guides, casting lessons, trips to local waters and beyond, and annual auction.