Welcome to the Loveland Fishing Club.  Yes,
Fishing IS our middle name.  If something swims, we try to catch it.

Who we are: The club is open to everyone, but we fish during the week and meet at the Chilson Senior Center. Some of us have fished all our lives, some took up the sport when we retired. If you want to learn, or to teach, this is the place to start. We fish by boat, by float tube, from the bank, through the ice and in the stream waving a fly rod. Some of us give our catch a goodbye kiss  and set them free. Others can show you how to fry, bake, pickle, smoke or make sushi out of just about anything that swims. We also do great things in the community.  We'd love to have you join us.

2019 Club leadership: top left, Vice President Jim Baxter, Member At Large Norm Engelbrecht, President Jim Visger, Web editor Rick Palmieri, Government Liason Jim Roode. Front left, Immediate Past President and Parliamentarian Dave Johnson, Raffle Chair John Gwinnup, Treasurer Barb Ding and Secretary Christina Weiss.

What's the best thing about our Club?

About 15 years ago, about a dozen Loveland area seniors got together and decided to form a club dedicated to fishing. Today the Loveland Fishing Club's 100-plus members are still fishing, but they've also evolved the club into one of the most active volunteer organizations in northern Colorado.   

We also get together once a week for a friendly 7:00 a.m. breakfast at the Perkins Restaurant in Loveland, and hold a club meeting at 2 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the Chilson Center in Loveland.  Join us! 



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