The KC Northland Fly Fishers is a group of guys that get together the 2nd Monday of the month to discuss fly fishing, tying, rod building and conservation. I was fortunate enough to attend the last meeting. A welcoming bunch of guys if you live in the area it's definitely worth checking out. I know I'm going to try to attend frequently. If you go bring a fly and a dollar, the money goes to reserving the room at the northland community center and the flies go in a pot and are raffled off at the end of the meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for September 8 @ 7pm. Here's a little about the group. And you can check them out at http://www.kcnorthlandflyfishers.com
The KC Northland Fly Fishers were established in the late 1990’s in Kansas City MO to provide the northland with its only fly fishing club. We are a member of the Southern Council of the Federation of Fly Fishers an international organization of over 200 clubs.
All of our members bring to the table a wide array of talent and experience that we share with each other. That includes not only what lakes and streams conditions and the hot flies are, but fly tying, rod building, equipment information, boat building (yes one of our members built his own drift boat) and the fellowship that like minded individuals bring to each other.
We are also conservationist and good stewards of the land, streams, lakes and the life they support. We gather two times a year at Guy B. Park and Tobacco Hill Lake to pick up the trash.