2022/2023 Membership Application Form

Don’t miss out on the fun, trips, activities, and speakers we have planned for the 2022/2023 membership year. Send in your membership application today.

Delaware Valley Fly Fishers is a non-profit 501 (c) (7), conservation and educational organization that is affiliated with Fly Fishers International and promotes the sport of Fly Fishing. Meetings are at 7:00 PM, the Second Thursday of each month at the Churchville Nature Center in Churchville, PA.

DVFF Dine To Donate Night

Please join us in a night out for dinner on August 8, 2022 at the Texas Roadhouse in Bensalem, PA from 4pm to 10pm. You may dine in, take out, or buy gift cards to support our club. When you place your order with your server be sure to show either a printed or digital cpoy of this flyer so the restaurant knows you are there to support us. Ten percent of your purchase will be credited to us as a donation. All are welcome so pass the word. We will look forward to seeing you there.

April Meeting

Tim O’Neill

Delaware Valley Fly Fishers Presents

Tim O’Neill on “Fishing the Brandywine, a Tale of Three Rivers”

A detailed look into Tim’s favorite river, Southeastern Pennsylvania’s Brandywine River.

Tim is a master Machinist / CAD designer by trade and worked “part-time” in hunting and fishing-related outdoor stores. He is an accomplished archer, wing-shot, and rifleman, but his true passion has always been with the fly rod. Owner of Norvise Fly Tying Systems.

Meeting April 14, 2022 at 7:00 PM

We meet at the Churchville Nature Center, The Center has lifted the Mask Requirement. No Mask Needed

This is a member-only meeting if you would like to join check out our website at www.delawarevalleyflyfishers.org

March Meeting

Delaware Valley Fly Fishers Presents Bart Lombardo – Owner of Panfish On The Fly

Bart will cover many ways to have fun catching panfish on your fly rod, what flies to use, and the seasons and equipment needed.

Fly fishing for bluegill and other sunfish species has always been Bart Lombardo’s passion. Collectively known as panfish, these scrappy fighters were made to be pursued with a fly rod. The first fish Bart caught on a fly was a bluegill. Bart said “When the day comes that I can no longer wade a trout stream or paddle a kayak they will be around to be my last.”

Why wait for the annual trip to trout country to pick up that fly rod. You have fish living right in your backyard that are just waiting to grab your fly. Bluegills and other panfish are found everywhere!

Meeting > March 10, 2022 at 7:00 PM

We meet at the Churchville Nature Center. The Center is requiring all in attendance to wear a mask. Please comply with the Nature Center’s request.

This is a member-only meeting, if you would like to join check out our website at www.delawarevalleyflyfishers.org

February Meeting

Fly Fishing In Montana with Rick Nyles

Delaware Valley Fly Fishers meeting February 10, 2022, at 6:30 for the Business Meeting. Rick Nyles will present Fly Fishing in Montana shortly thereafter.

This is a great opportunity to learn how to set up a bucket list trip in the Big Sky of Montana. Rick’s 2022 trip is sold out but starting to take clients for the 2023 season.

We meet at the Churchville Nature Center, The Center is requiring all in attendance to wear a mask. Please comply with the Nature Center’s request.

This is a member-only meeting if you would like to join check out our website at www.delawarevalleyflyfishers.org