Triangle Fly Fishers
Trout Unlimited Chapter #345 and FFI Affilliate
We Get Questions...
So we've recently begun compiling Frequently Asked Questions in a single web page. Look for the FAQs link at the top right of this page. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a question or answer that we should add.
Visit the Triangle Fly Fishers Discussion Forum for an archive of news and announcements.
(Meetup Login Required)
Fish Local Y'all!
Whether you like it cold, warm, muddy or salty, NC has some water for you! For local insight, explore the map above (Click the [ ] in the upper right corner to expand) or find some info in our Google Drive folder of local fishing resources. You can also check out past newsletters for ideas to get you started on your next local outing.
Events + Meetings
Join us on Meetup to see what's on our calendar!
Remember the Meetup Message Boards? Find them here... (Login to Meetup may be required to some of the forums.)
Find current and past issues of TFF's newsletter, The Exaggerator here. Interested in submitting orignal writing or photography? Send submissions to email@example.com!
Triangle Fly Fishers is a North Carolina chapter of Trout Unlimited. While our Meetup portal and events are open to anyone, becoming an official member of TFF is as easy as joining Trout Unlimited. We encourage you visit tu.org to learn more about our work and hope you'll consider becoming a member.
Through the generous support of our volunteers, donors and partners we are able to further our conservation and education initiatives and support other groups and programs such as The Mayfly Project, Shad in the Classroom, Casting Carolinas, Raleigh Elks Veterans Fishing Program, Reel Recovery, Eno River Association, NCSU Student Fisheries Society and others.
Triangle Fly Fishers is a 100% volunteer run non-profit chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Interested in getting more involved with TFF? We have lots of options for volunteers...
Join us as an Ambassador and organize events in your neighborhood or around your specific fly fishing interests. We already have a few ambassadors organizing events around their particular interests including fiberglass fly rods and local fishing on the Eno.
If you're interested in taking on a larger role, you can serve as an elected board member or on one of our committes focused on education, conservation, fundraising or other activities. It's a great way to apply your talents and serve your community with like-minded fly anglers.
Learn more about the TFF Ambassador program in our Chapter Documents folder on Google Drive.