The Kilpatrick Flyfishers Club was formed in 1985 with the mission to practice and promote fly fishing and further fish propagation, research and conservation.
Today, over twenty-five years later, we have over one hundred members who are dedicated to learning and teaching the art and science of fly fishing.
Throughout the year the club is involved in a variety of activities aimed at teaching beginners and pros alike. During the winter months we meet to socialize and discuss the latest techniques. In the early spring we hold free tying and casting lessons, and as the weather warms up we hit the water for a variety of fun-filled fish outs.
Nothing teaches you faster than an action-filled day on the water!
Where and when do you meet?
The Kilpatrick Flyfishers meet the third Tuesday of each month (7:30 p.m.) except July and August (closed for fishing).
We gather online: via Zoom
And in Person: at the R.C.A.F. Association, Lynx wing, 2407 Ave. C N. Saskatoon (beside the big red airplane).
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