The Flyfisher’s Club
The Flyfishers’ Club is undoubtedly one of the country’s most interesting and entertaining fly fishing fraternities. Founded in 1884, its object was and remains “a social club for gentlemen interested in the art of flyfishing and for the study and furtherance of subjects and issues of interest to fly fishermen.”
The Club’s rooms in Brook Street are extremely comfortable – Members think of them as their favourite ‘fishing-hut’, discreet, cosy and welcoming … a haven to which fly fishers can retreat from the hustle and bustle of London. Where they enjoy fine food and wine interspersed with lively conversation.
It is, however, the Members who make a club, rather than the building or its facilities, and we believe the Flyfishers’ to be very special, not least because of its long tradition of warmth and friendliness.
The Members include anglers who fish for all game species in all kinds of waters; the young and the old, the famous, the not so famous and those who simply enjoy the sport.