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Capital City Fly Fishers

About Us

Capital City Fly Fishers (CCFF), in 1996, was formed in the interest of promoting fly fishing and conservation in the Central Missouri area. Our mission is to educate people about the philosophies, ethics and history of fly fishing and, to conserve and protect the fisheries of our state. In addition, CCFF utilizes the sport of fly fishing to help the youth of our state focus on fishing as an alternative to drugs and jouvenile delinquency. In doing so, the members of CCFF help them find a sense of value and develop ethics necessary to becoming future leaders of our communities. CCFF is affiliated with the following:


Membership in CCFF is easy and inexpensive. CCFF dues are $15 per year. That covers your entire family. To join CCFF, just come to a meeting and pay your dues to our Treasurer, or you can print out the following membership application and mail it along with a check for $15 to the address listed on the application [PDF].

Coming to meetings is a great way to visit with people, keep up with current information concerning fly fishing, and exchange valuable hints and secrets associated with the sport.


The CCFF meets the second Tuesday of each month at the First Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall, Monroe Street (North, near 301 Capitol Avenue) in Jefferson City, Missouri. Regular meetings start at 7:00 p.m. following the officer's meeting at 6:00 p.m. Each regular meeting includes a fly raffle and a program with a guest speaker associated with fly fishing.

The fly raffle helps to earn money for the different activities the club is involved in. To enter the raffle a member either pays $2 for a ticket, or donates a fly for the box. The winner of the fly raffle receives the flies in a fly box that is supplied by the club. Some of the programs presented in the past are rod building, information on the White River, and muskie fishing in Missouri using a fly rod.

All members are provided with one name tag entry at each meeting, if attending, and two name tag entries for each club sponsored activity, if attending. The collection of name tags are turned into a club-member only drawing at the annual fund raising banquet for a nice prize, usually a custom-built fly rod.

Contact Info:

John Walther, President

Club Mailing Address

2015 Officers and Board Members


Last modified on October 9, 2006. Two version available: Adobe Acrobat PDF and MS Word Document.

Field Outings

The CCFF sponsors quarterly club outings each year. The outings are kept to a financial minimum so all members can participate. Some outings are camping and fishing, others are staying in resorts and fishing. The common thread is having fun and fly fishing.

The CCFF has a reputation for serving great meals on these outing and having more fun than anyone should be allowed to have. Some of the places we have gone in the past are the White River in Arkansas, Painted Rock State Park, Van Meter State Park, Bennet Spring State Park, and Montauk State Park. Attending outings with the club is a great way to pick up tips and secrets to fishing specific locations and situations and they are a lot of fun. Plans are pending on specific field outings planned for the club. Please note that we may substitute field outings for summer month indoor meetings. The May meeting will be held at a local lake with pizza/drinks are furnished.

Last modified: 11.09.15