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Federation of Fly Fishers Overview
The mission of the Federation of Fly Fishers is to lead activities that enhance and support the sport of fly-fishing for all anglers who fish with the artificial fly. The FFF, was founded in 1965 and currently has approximately 10,000 members and over 300 clubs in the US, Canada, and 15 foreign countries. Through the FFF's members and affiliated clubs the FFF engages in conservation projects that support the enhancement and sustainability of fisheries important to the fly-fishing community. Our members and clubs also offer educational programs, such as fly-casting and fly-tying activities, which expose their respective communities to the joys of fly-fishing. The FFF operates the International Fly Fishing Center (IFFC) in Livingston, MT. The IFFC gives visitors the opportunity to learn more about the world of fly-fishing and view native fishes that are important to the sport of fly-fishing. The FFF also runs a Certified Casting Instructor program, which certifies fly-casting instructors with the purpose of establishing the highest standards for fly-casting instruction.
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