Oct 032018

Today’s fly fisher is confronted with a myriad of different fly line profiles and types – whether a trout, saltwater or Spey angler. There are so many fly lines on the market, that many fly fishers are left confused by the selection and frequently use the wrong line for a situation.


This talk is designed to give attendees a complete understanding of the importance of fly line design, and how choosing the right fly line can make the worst rod in the world, work perfectly or, if chosen wrongly, can make the best fly rod fail miserably.


Part history, part physics, part chemistry, this talk is packed with invaluable information that anglers (and even non-anglers), will find fascinating and humorous. At the end of the night, attendees will leave with a far greater understanding of fly line importance and knowledge, and a few will even leave with some very useful swag that gets handed out during the talk (fly lines, leaders, hats, tees and such).

Sep 022018

Todd is a senior guide with Ellensburg Anglers that will share the walk in access points, best flows, equipment, flies and methods to fish the Yakima River.

Todd Fuchigami grew up fishing the reefs and open water of Oahu, Hawaii. He joined the Army in 2003 and has been stationed throughout the continental U.S. Todd was first introduced into the world of fly fishing while being stationed in North Carolina. His first trout caught on a fly was in the Smoky Mountains. Since that time he’s been addicted to fly fishing and sharing his passion with others.

His job in the Army as a Flight Medic and Medical Instructor is apparent when he’s working with new anglers. He’s fished for striped bass off the coast of New York, stalked monster bonefish in Hawaii, and chased trout in several states on both coasts. Todd’s true passion is chasing trout in the desert creeks of Eastern Washington.

Todd will be sharing how to fish the Yakima River with emphasis on wading access.

New Password for Members Only Page

 Posted by on August 6, 2018
Aug 062018

We’ve updated all the membership lists and placed a new password on the Members Only page.  Please see your email for the password.   It was sent on July 24th with the title “New Password”.

August Windknots Posted

 Posted by on August 6, 2018
Aug 062018

See the latest windknots in our Members Only section.  Remember the next meeting won’t be until September.

OFFC Picnic Sun 7-22-18

 Posted by on July 20, 2018
Jul 202018

When:  Sunday, 7-22-18 from 3 PM to 8 PM.

Where:  See your email

Who:  Club Members, Spouses, and Family.


  • Picnic and Barbeque.  Sirloin Beef Hamburgers, Hi-Grade Hot Dogs;
  • Potluck:
    • Attendees (Last Names A to M) bring Salads, and Side Dishes.
    • Attendees (Last Names N to Z) bring Desserts,
    • Bottled Water and Soda Provided by OFFC


  • Bottled Wine Drawing for Spouses.  Thanks to Steve Foisie.
  • John Silvey and Terry Sanchez need volunteers for set up, food service, and take down.  Please contact us at (John) and (Terry) to let us know who can support which area.
  • Casting & Accuracy Course, and Distance Casting Events.
    • Bill Wheeler needs volunteers for set-up, scorekeeping, and take-down. Please contact him.

April 24th Garage Sale / Activity Tables

 Posted by on April 16, 2018
Apr 162018
  • Garage Sale – Starts at 5:30

–Bring your unwanted gear.

–Tables will be set up for you to sell your stuff

–Bring dollar bills for change; ones and fives

  • Activity Tables – Starts at 8:00

–Alaska Trips by Dick Lange

–Fly Line Care by Leland Miawaki

–Campbell Tree Farm by Rich O’Connell

–Tie-Fast Knot Tool by Bruce Tyson

–Fishing Maps application by Jim Speaker