Welcome to the Tracy Fly Fishers !            

The Tracy Fly Fishers is a family-oriented, non-profit organization, dedicated to the education of fly fishing and the conservation of fish and fisheries

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THANKS to one and ALL of you that attended this year's Installation Dinner!
You all had a hand in making it another HUGE success !!
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Congratulations to Steve Potter and his award of being named the 2014
Fly Fisher of the Year!
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Congratulations also to Cathy Hiromoto for being named the recipient of the 2014 Dry Fly Award!
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February 4: Board Meeting at Safeway Community Room - 7 pm sharp!  All Club Members are welcome.

February 18: Club Meeting at the Tracy Transit Station at 7 pm.  This month's guest speaker is Jeff Currier.

February 20 - 22: The Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show at the Alameda County Fairgrounds.  Show hours are: Fri 10am to 6pm - Sat 9am to 5:30pm - Sun 9am to 4:30pm. 


January 3: Annual Club Installation Dinner at the Tracy Community Center (950 East St).  Doors open at 4 pm.  This year's event has SOLD OUT.

January 17: Strategic Planning Meeting at the Banta Inn.  All Club Members are welcome and we would like to request that all Board Members be present.  Breakfast meeting begins at 9 am.

REMEMBER... There is no Club Meeting this month... see you in February at the Tracy Transit Station.

February's Guest Speaker is Jeff Currier

Come join us for Jeff's exciting presentation on

Fly Fishing Through Midlife Heaven

While most men approaching 50 years are experiencing “Midlife Crisis”, Jeff seems to have died and gone to heaven. In 2009 Jeff quit his day job of nearly 25 years running a fly shop amidst the most difficult financial times America has experienced since the Great Depression. Why? It was to follow his dreams. Jeff wanted to focus on his art, travel the country to teach and entertain about fly fishing, do more writing and best of all not have to ask permission every time he had an opportunity to go on a fishing trip.

His friends and family told him he was crazy, but his wife Granny supported the move. Well, let’s just say Jeff hasn’t learned the discipline of self employment yet. He simply works just enough to afford the bills and more importantly, the plane tickets he needs to fish the world. Put your seatbelt on and travel with Jeff to the most remote corners of the globe for the most amazing fish species ever pursued with a fly!