About Us

Red Stick Fly Fishers was founded in 1988 and currently lists over 100 members. Our mission is to promote fly fishing, conservation and outdoor ethics in the capitol region of Louisiana. Interests of our members range from mountain stream fishing to inshore saltwater to offshore big game to local waters for bass and bluegill. A summary of club information, including membership form, can be found in our club leaflet available in PDF format.

Meetings
The 2nd Monday of each month, we hold our general meeting at 7:00pm. Programs include guest speakers on a wide variety of topics, educational videos, and club experts.   Prior to our meetings we offer casting outside. The meetings are open to the public.

Google Map to the LDWF Building 

Fly Tying Sessions
The
4th Monday of each month, a featured tier demonstrates and teaches one or more of their favorite fly patterns.  It may be flies they have created, or used with success, or which attendees may have fun learning to tie.

Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Location (depends on month):
Cabelas   - January, April, July, October
Bass Pro  - February, May, August, November
Orvis      - March, June, September, * December

* The December date will coincide with the Orvis Christmas Open House Event, which is usually the 2nd week of the month. 

Cabelas is located in Gonzales at the intersection of Interstate-10 and Highway 30, or across Highway 30 from Tanger Mall. 
Map and Directions to Cabelas - Gonzales.

Bass Pro is located in Denham Springs just south of Interstate-12 and off Range Avenue. 
Map and Directions to Bass Pro - Denham Springs.

Orvis is located in Baton Rouge at Perkins-Rowe, off Bluebonnet and Perkins. 
Map and Directions to Orvis - Baton Rouge.

We cover a wide variety of flies for species ranging from mountain trout to offshore big game. Members get hands-on opportunities in tying flies as demonstrated by the instructor.  Tying tools, materials, and personal assistance are available.  The tying sessions are open to the public, and beginners are welcomed and encouraged!

Activities
We have frequently scheduled fishing trips, and clinics for casting, rod building, and introductory fly fishing, as well as club social events. We also colloborate with BREC (East Baton Rouge Recreation), LA Wildlife and Fisheries, and Boy Scouts.  RSFF also boasts one of the largest contingent of "puddlers" (canoe and kayak anglers). For details on our many club activities, check out our Calendar, Events, Education pages, as well as our current newsletter.

Membership
Fly fishing is built on tradition. For that reason, it's imperative that we pass the sport on. So our $25 dues apply both to individuals and family members. In addition, club membership is FREE to any and all full-time students and active military. Click here to download the membership form in PDF format.

 

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