New England Fly Tyers

... To foster the art of fly tying, to promote the challenge of fly fishing, and to encourage conservation and sportsmanship.

WELCOME

 

 

Welcome to the web site of the New England Fly Tyers (NEFT). 

NEFT is a non-profit organization of fly fishers and fly tyers.  The purpose of the organization is to foster the art  of fly tying, to promote the challenge of fly fishing, to encourage conservation and sportsmanship.

NEFT began in Worcester, MA in 1972 and is now entering its 47th year as the New England Fly Tyers club.  Our current membership comes from over 50 cities and towns in Worcester County.   We believe that NEFT is one of the most active clubs of its kind.  We meet every Monday night from the Monday after Labor Day to the Monday before Memorial day, a total of 36 meetings in 9 months.

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Meeting Schedule

The New England Fly Tyers will hold the Fall business meeting on Monday, December 7 at 7pm on Zoom. All members have been sent an invitation to the Zoom meeting by Bill McGowan. If you haven't received this notice please notify the Club Secretary through our contacts page with your correct email address.

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   NEW NEFT APPAREL AVAILABLE!!!

FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING LINK TO THE 

NEW ENGLAND FLY TYER'S STORE

https://neflytyers.itemorde

 

Announcements:

 

2020 Ken Hull Memorial Rod Raffle

to benefit the NEFT Youth Outreach Program

Orvis Recon 5wt. Fly Rod and Reel with Line

 

                     

 

 

New England Fly Tyers is proud to support Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing™.  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 regarding Project Healing Waters, please contact Bill Manser, Program Lead at 978-249-7858 or email Bill at bmanser@msn.com.