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    Fishing close to home.

    The club, subject to numbers, runs training weekends for those new to fly fishing. This is usually held on the Ohinemuri River, a few kilometres out from Paeroa.

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    Saltwater Fly Fishing

    Auckland provides great opportunities for saltwater fly fishing, from the shore or boat. Enjoy the camaraderie of those NSFF members who fly fish saltwater with a passion.

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    Club Trips

    The NSFF runs organised fly fishing trips to many destinations, from lakes to rivers and streams.

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    Fly Tying Tuition.

    The club hosts monthly fly tying tuition.

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    Small Stream Fishing

    Enjoy small stream fishing within two hours of Auckland.

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The North Shore FlyFishers Club (Inc.) was formed in 2003 to promote freshwater and saltwater fly fishing among the recreational fishing community on Auckland's North Shore and adjacent suburbs. The Club has approximately 70 members at the last count and is continuing to grow at a steady rate.

Why join a fly fishing Club?

Dave McLellan, NSFF club patron, founding member and former NZ Flyfishing Team Captain, put it well when he said:
"Although most of us go fishing with a friend, the sport of fly fishing has always been primarily a solitary pastime.  Because of this, anglers tend not to be clubby people by nature, since you can't go along to a club and actually fish.  Yet anglers who join a club and actually fish without question become better fishermen. A good club should be a place of learning and entertainment with a fishing theme and should have a solid base of experienced anglers who are prepared to share their knowledge. This knowledge sharing should not just be about technique but cover such things as safety around water, tackle choice and care, how to tie your own flies, and information on how to find new fishing water."


The NSFF full year starts on the 1st of June and the half year on the 1st of October.

You are most welcome to come along - click on CONTACT US for a full list of all committee members. Quick contact - Barrie 021-925006.

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All Website Contributions Welcome

This NSFF website, whilst providing some information, continues to evolve.  If you have any contributions, especially for the Blog, want to show off some pics or items of interest please contact Barrie 021-925006.

Casting Tuition

It doesn't matter how you fish or want to fish, Overhead, Skagit, Czech Nymph etc, there's tuition and peer help available.  No matter how long we've been fishing a 'bit of a touch up' is always useful. For more info email simon@opst.co.nz


If you have contribution you would like to have in the NSFF newsletter please contact Duncan 021648956 or iconpromote@gmail.com

Fly Tying Tuition

The NSFF fly tying tuition evenings are held via video conference on the first Tuesday of the month (except January) starting at 1930hrs.  Login instructions plus details of the fly to be tied will be sent out by email to all members prior. If you are a possible new member and would be interested in watching please request further information from email barrie@flyfishinginxs.kiwi     or call Barrie at 021-925006