Veterans First Fly Fishing (VFFF)
WHO ARE WE!
Veterans First Fly Fishing (VFFF) essentially is a growing group of men and women Fly Fishers from Northern California Council of the Federation of Fly Fishers (NCCFFF), who conduct and/or participate in Fly Fishing Workshops for our veterans.
We have decided to take up to five (5) veterans from across the nation on a weeklong trip participating In the International Federation of Fly Fishers 50th Anniversary Festival of Fly Fishing event.
This year the event is being held in Bend, Oregon on August 11th to the 15th.
We are renting a house where the veterans will participate alongside the five (5) volunteers, with everyone participating in populating the booth at the show as well as the household chores and cooking, of course including & enjoying some of the area’s superb Fly Fishing.
We are asking for your support and assist cover the cost for the participating veterans. Your donation will be held in a separate fund by the Northern California Council of the IFFF explicitly for the veteran’s share of:
Food at the house
Registration Fees for the International Federation of Fly Fishers 50th Anniversary Festival of Fly Fishing
Non Resident Oregon fishing license
Flies and other expendable items needed
Miscellaneous items such as tips for guides donating their time and boats on the river
Please donate with the PayPal Button below or send a check to NCC/VFFF-Bend to:
PO box 8114
Fremont, CA 94536
National VFFF Chairman
Tracy Fly Fishers Donate $410.00 to Veterans First Fly Fishing
Each year at the Tracy Fly Fishers Annual Fundraiser and Installation Dinner, they offer, at auction, a conservation item where 100% of the item bid price goes to the conservation organization of choice by the winner. In addition to the winning bid, the Tracy Fly Fishers provide matching funds up to a maximum of $200.00. This years lucky bidder with a winning bid of $210.00 was Chuck Sterni. A veteran himself, Chuck has selected Veterans First Fly Fishing to receive the total amount, $410.00.
VFFF Trip to Eagle Canyon Lakes and the Lower Sac