Welcome to the Siouxland Fly Fishing web page. Our members experience and enjoy the sport
of fly fishing and fly tying. Monthly meetings are held the last Saturday of each month from 10:00
a. m. to noon at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, 4500 Sioux River Road, Sioux City, Iowa. That
is 2 miles north of the Riverside Blvd. and Military Rd. intersection on Hwy. 12 going towards
Stone State Park.
Fishing outings to area ponds are planned throughout the warmer months. Casting practice is
held in Riverside Park, weather permitting, an hour before the monthly meeting. Programs on
various topics are given at the meetings as well as discussion on flies and tying techniques.
New to fly fishing? You are welcome. Come to the meetings and outings for help in learning to
cast and tie your own flies. Siouxland Fly Fishing members are active in promoting our sport.
New events are scheduled throughout the year so come back to check the events page to see
what activity is coming up and for updates if one is changed because of the weather, location or
time change. Our favorite flies will be added to the Flies page and new photos to the Photos
page. See the About Us link for more information.
We have a “Coming Events Around The Country” page listing fly fishing shows and expos from
all over the country. Click here or the link at the top of the Events page.
We have a LINKS page. There’s lot’s of good surfing material for fly fishing so click on the tab at
the top of the page.
UTube videos are now included on the Videos page.
The Corn Guppy Traveling Trophy is awarded each year to a
lucky winner. Read about this rare fish and the contest.
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The fishing outings schedule for
2016 is on the Events page. Check it out!
Let us know if you have a spot
to fish for the new season or a program.
See the fish of the year at the bottom of the page.
We have a new big fish but need to replace it with
your big fish of 2016. Send a photo and
information about the place, rod and line size
used. Good Luck!
CATCH OF THE YEAR 2015
The largest fish for 2015 was caught by Craig Broyhill, Dakota City, NE. He
caught this 24.5-inch carp in on a small yellow hopper.
Send a photo and information on your big fish in 2016.
Send a picture of your big fish to the webmaster and information on where you caught it and what fly
and line size you used.
Newspaper articles about equipment and
fishing adventures of our members are on
the Photos/Programs/Page 2.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page.