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Welcome to the Great Lakes Council of the International Federation of Fly Fishers
The voice of fly fishing in Michigan and Indiana.

The International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF) and its Councils are the only organized advocates for fly fishers on the national and regional level. The IFFF is an organization was founded in Eugene, Oregon in 1965. It was formed to give fly fishing a unified voice, to promote fly fishing as a method of angling and to protect and expand fly fishing opportunities. The IFFF is now international in scope with active memberships throughout the world. The IFFF has hundreds of member clubs and thousands of  individual members.

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Flyin’ Heroes of Muskegon, MI is chosen as the 2015 recipient of the 9th Annual Tie-a-thon

On April 11th members of St. Joseph River Valley Fly Fishers, a Federation of Fly Fishers associate club; members of Kalamazoo Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited and many others, will come together for the Ninth Annual Tie-a-thon to tie flies for Flyin’ Heroes, of Muskegon, MI. In nine years, fly tyers have donated over 65,000 …

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GREAT LAKES COUNCIL. INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF FLY FISHERS FLY FISHING SCHOOL & CONCLAVE June 12-14, 2015   JOIN US TO LEARN, HAVE FUN AND FEDERATE   The GLC FLY FISHING SCHOOL & CONCLAVE is held at the R.A. MacMullen Conference Center located on the north side of Higgins Lake near Roscommon and Grayling, Michigan.  Adjacent …

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