ADK – The Adirondack Mountain Club

Mission Statement The Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and responsible recreational use of the New York State Forest Preserve, and other parks, wild lands, and waters vital to our members and chapters. ADK encourages the involvement of all people in its mission and activities; its … Read More

Casting For Recovery

Mission To enhance the quality of life of women with breast cancer through a unique program that combines breast cancer education and peer support with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. The retreats offer opportunities for women to find inspiration, discover renewed energy for life and experience healing connections with … Read More

Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum

Livingston Manor, NY I was attracted to fly fishing for many reasons but high on the list is the heritage, the history, the antiquity of the sport. As you become a fly fisherperson a whole world of ancillary activities will open up to you from tying your own flies to … Read More
Friends of Connetquot

Friends of Connetquot

Friends of Connetquot is an organization I belong to and support. Each of you who use and care for Connetquot River State Park would do well to consider joining as well. FOC works hard to keep the park exactly as it was, and they do it for us. Click hereRead More
Friends of the Upper Delaware River

Friends of the Upper Delaware River

FUDR for short. Mission: To protect, preserve and enhance the ecosystem and cold-water fishery of the Upper Delaware River System and to address any environmental threats to our area for the benefit of local communities, residents and visitors to the region.
  • Enhance the region’s fisheries through consistent cold water … Read More

Long Island Flyrodders

The Long Island Flyrodders (LIFR) is a club dedicated to the sport of fly fishing. LIFR was born in 1981 and organized as a structured club in 1985 by a handful of dedicated fly fishermen from Long Island and Queens. The Flyrodder, the official monthly newsletter of the club was … Read More

Project Healing Waters

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings. For more information click hereRead More
Stripers Forever

Stripers Forever

Stripers Forever, a non profit volunteer run organization based in New England but serving everywhere the Stripers roam, is doing what it can to keep fishing for Stripers a current event. You can join and be counted as another sport fisher who cares for these fish and wants to keep … Read More
Theodore Gordon Flyfishers, Inc.

Theodore Gordon Flyfishers, Inc.

This organization, named for the founder of the Catskill Fly, is worthy of your support. TGF is a not for profit angling organization, founded on American fly fishing traditions, promoting stream and river protection and self-sustainable salmonid populations through conservation, environmental oversight, activism, catch-and-release practices, and education. Click here to … Read More

Trout Unlimited

In this day and age of so many conflicting interest groups, it is essential that you make your voice heard on issues that matter to you. Those organizations that are working to preserve, protect and enhance the health of the trout fishery need our financial as well as legislative support … Read More
Western Rivers Conservancy

Western Rivers Conservancy

Mission: Western Rivers Conservancy protects outstanding river ecosystems in the western United States. We acquire land to conserve critical habitat, provide public access for compatible use and enjoyment, and cooperate with other agencies and organizations to secure the health of whole ecosystems. Conserving Rivers through Land Acquisition – In every … Read More

The Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation is an independent, not for profit research and service organization dedicated to the needs of the common loon in the Adirondacks. I met Nina, the Executive Director, years ago at a presentation in the Keene Valley Library and have been a fan ever since. If you are one of us who cherishes the sound of the loons and looks forward to it each year, you would do well to send these folks a few bucks.