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

       

2017 Open House

                  

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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 45rd 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.

 

Our 2017 / 2018 Annual Club Raffle

An ORVIS 4 Piece 10' 5wt. Recon Rod

ORVIS Batten Kill III Reel, Line & Backing

Drawing Date May 21 2018

Tickets $2.00 each 3 for $5.00 or 10 for $10.00

 

Announcements:

2017/2018 Season

Interested? Join us any Monday night at the Singletary Rod & gun Club

See our Calendar for details

Mon Oct 30 Open Tying

Mon Nov 6th BOD Mtg 6:30PM / Open Tying

Mon Nov 13th Favorite Fly

Mon Nov 20th Open Tying

 

                                                             

NOTICE 

Project Healing Waters will be holding a fundraiser at the Bear's Den in Taunton and at other fly shops across the country on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 1 to 5 pm.

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 info, please contact Bill Manser, Program Lead at 978-249-7858 or email Bill at bmanser@msn.com.