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The Fly Fishing Club

The fly fishing club is one of the biggest clubs on campus. The club was created as a way for fellow fly fishers to get together to share their love for the sport, but also as a way to introduce others to the sport. People interested in joining the club are not required to have any prior fly fishing experience because there are many members in the club who are willing and are capable to teach newcomers how to fly fish. The fly fishing club has all of the gear that a member would need to have in order to go fishing (fly rods and reels, boots, waders, flies, vests, etc). The library on campus has a tremendous selection of magazines, books, articles, journals, and videos on fly fishing that all students have access to use, thanks to Tim Brown. The club puts on several events each semester, which typically include meetings, fly casting sessions, fly tying sessions, a fishing trip to a NC river, and some others. Dr. Swicegood and Rev. Ron Robinson are the faculty advisors for the club, and Albert Kitchens is the current club president. 

Club Photos

Students out on boats Students setting up boats
Group picture of students at river Male student holding fish