The Magic Valley Fly Fishers work to promote, preserve, protect and enhance fisheries and fly fishing. MVFF works for the betterment of fly fishing through conservation projects, educational programs, and community activities
Notes from Bryan
- Magic Valley Fly Fishers 50th Anniversary Announcement
Please enter Saturday April 30, 2022, in all your calendars and plan on attending a great party at the Mountain View Barn, Jerome, to celebrate our club’s fifty years of fly fishing fun in Southern Idaho.
You have all made this club the success it is and will continue to be. Thank You!
Will Godfrey will be our keynote guest speaker for this important event. Will is an acclaimed author, speaker, auctioneer and one of the remaining founders of the Federation of Fly Fishers that formed Magic Valley Fly Fishers along with several other clubs in 1972. Please Google Will Godfrey Fly Fishing and visit his many books and accomplishments on-line and especially his interview with Montana State University, articles by Mike Lawson and others on all Will has done for Fly Fishing in Idaho–the title of one of his books!
Saturday, April 30, 2022, is just six short months exactly from this coming Saturday but gives us the time we need to continue putting together a memorable recap on our history and begin our next fifty years fly fishing Idaho and beyond.
More details will follow shortly and over the next weeks and months. We know you will all want to be part of making this happen Saturday, April 30, 2022.
Updates on November fish-outs and other business will be sent to you soon.
Stay safe, fish hard and call/text/e-mail me anytime.
Bryan Woodhouse-Acting President & Secretary-MVFF 2021–208-934-6405
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The vision of the Magic Valley Fly Fishers is to promote, preserve, protect, and enhance fly fisheries and function exclusively for education and betterment of all fishing and conservation in the Magic Valley and the state of Idaho. MVFF coordinates with governmental agencies, the Idaho Fish and Game, and private land holders to improve and promote fly fishing.
MVFF supports habitat rehabilitation, sustained and improved access to quality local and regional fly fishing waters, and fisheries sciences through yearly grants to Henry's Fork Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, FFI and our annual scholarship donations to the College of Southern Idaho Foundation aiding aquaculture program students.