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About us

Proud to be an FFI Affiliated Club
Proud to be an FFI Affiliated Club

Organized in 1993, Southern Oregon Fly Fishers is a non-profit membership corporation established to promote the arts and skills of fly fishing and to encourage conservation of our natural resources through the inherent ethics and stewardship that fly fishing evokes.

OUR GOALS ARE :

  1. To provide public education in the arts of fly casting, fly tying, and fly fishing tactics
  2. To assist our government agencies with fisheries related and habitat enhancement projects
  3. To promote the sport of fly fishing as a means of conservation of our natural resources by fostering a greater appreciation of our natural environment

Interested in becoming a member of Southern Oregon Fly Fishers? Click here for more information

President Bob Stafford

NOTICES / OUTINGS / INFORMATION

– SOFF BOD MEETING, DEC 6, 6PM

SOFT FLY TYER’S MEETING, DEC 13, 6-8PM

SOFF DINNER MEETING Featuring Dale Burrier, DEC 22, 5:30PM

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RECENT OUTINGS and OTHER EVENTS

Award Presented

Dave Roberts: Darwin Atkin Memorial Fly Tying Achievement Award Recipient

  Fly Casting Clinic
Inaugural SOFF Women’s Fly Casting Clinic organized by SOFF Secretary Jan Knapik
Buck Lands A Big One!

Buck Woodburn with a nice steelhead taken in early fall on the Rogue.

“Chromer”

Tom Brandes, guided by Teresa Kasza holding the fish, is justifiably proud of his bright ‘chromer’ catch.

Fish of a Lifetime!

Bruce Bockman proudly displays the fish which measured 36 inches and scaled in the double digits. 

10 Pounder

After several years of trying Duane Chebul finally caught a fish from the Williamson River that marks a personal best for rainbow trout.

Dynamic Duo

Kevin O’Malley and Teresa Kasza displays a fine steelhead taken by O’Malley on a trip down the Rogue.