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Flycasters of San Jose

Flycasters is a fly fishing club that has monthly speakers, seminars, competitions and fishing expeditions with a focus on education,  preservation and conservation.  Throughout the year, they offer classes to members about Fly Tying, Fly Casting, Knots and various other fly fishing related topics.  The average age of members is over 60 years.


General meetings are the second Wednesday of each month.  Socializing and fly tying demonstrations begin at 6:30 pm and meetings begin at 7:20 pm.


There is an annual membership fee that depends on age.  Guests are welcome.

Disabled Access

Yes meetings, seminars, casting ponds and most other activities are wheelchair accessible.


Club meetings are at the Moreland Apartment Activity Center.

4375 Payne Ave

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The Activity Center is located at the northeast corner of Payne Ave and Saratoga Ave.  There is a free parking lot across from Payne Ave for the monthly club meetings.  Calendar event locations vary depending on the activity.

Contact Info

Email: webmaster@flycasters.org

Comments (1)
Flyfishing is an activity that can be enjoyed at many levels and not all takes place at or on water, many aspects can be done in relative comfort and is very accessible. Flycasters offers many of these programs as a part of their normal activities. Meetings are open to the public but other participation requires membership. Flycasters has been around since 1965 and offers a good way to get outdoors. They maintain the casting ponds and it is open to the public as well.
8/24/2011 11:45 AM