What Does LIFR Do?

Winter is the traditional season for fly tying and we hold organized classes for all skill levels.  

The Club also participates in several fishing shows where we network with other anglers and outfitters.

 

Spring lets us finally wet a line and our Club trips and stream cleanup activities start.  

 

Summer is a time for camping trips and warm water fishing for bass and panfish.  Our summer meetings feature delicious cookouts and casting practice.  Clubmembers also volunteer as 'River Helpers' for Casting for Recovery in September.

 

Fall fishing in New York is fantastic as we have saltwater migrations for stripers and bluefish, plus worldclass steelhead, salmon and brown trout runs in the Great Lakes tributaries.  We finish the year with a lively awards dinner and a visit from Santa.

 

 

 

Recent Events and Trips

For the calendar year 2019 we have incorporated shows, expositions, dinners and fishing trips into our plans. Specific details can be found below.

An annual event celebrating the wonderful NY State park preserve located in Great River, NY

Casting For Recovery

With LIFR member's help, Casting for Recovery seeks to enrich the lives of women with breast cancer by offering a new fishing experience.

Fly tiers from around the globe will demonstrate their artistic use of fur and feathers, tinsel and braid to create artificial fishing flies at the 25th Anniversary Edition of the International Fly Tying Symposium

A day visiting the famous north shore fishing hatchery and enjoying fall fair atmosphere

Annual LIFR Picnic

On August 20, 2018 we held our fifth Annual Long Island Flyrodders Family Picnic, at Belmont Lake State Park in Babylon, NY

Help preserve our fishing and open spacess

LIFR members exclusive use of Connetquot preserve fishing on 3rd Monday of each month

Caleb Smith Park Cleanup

LIFR members volunteer to preserve the beauty and fishing access in Caleb Smith preserve

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