To bring together fly fishermen concerned about the preservation of fresh water streams. To work closely as a group to secure, protect, develop, and improve fresh water streams. To foster better public awareness in the need for conservation of fresh water streams. To provide a forum for the interchange of views and experiences in fly fishing conservation and stream preservation and improvement.
Cold Creek Fly Fishers was established in 1976 in the town of Orland, Ontario. Since then the club has helped immensely to restore and revitalize what was then a dying trout fishery. Today, the club continues to make strides in fresh water conservation and relies entirely on it's members for voluntary work such as stream reconstruction and bank stabilization.
Cold Creek Fly Fishers meet from October through April (ie when the fishing season is closed). Typically this is on the second Monday of the month at Bayside Secondary School at 7:30pm. This school is located on HWY #2 west of Belleville & east of Trenton. The entrance to our meeting room is on the east side of the building. See map below.
After about 20 minutes of club business, our meetings proceed with a topics such as fly tying, conservation, other topics related to fly fishing. Our final meeting before opening day is a fly casting clinic.