Tennessee Valley Fly Fishers (TVFF) is an affiliate of the Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) located in Huntsville, Alabama for the purpose of fly fishing, fellowship, information sharing, education and the preservation, conservation and wise use of our fishing waters and game fish. Our home waters are in North Alabama, Tennessee, Western North Carolina, NW Georgia, Arkansas and the Gulf Coast. All are welcome!
Join us every 3rd Thursday at Faith Presbyterian Church located at 5003 Whitesburg Drive in Huntsville (see following map)
Our meeting room (#209) is in the center building of the church complex.
Social time : 6:30 – 7:00 pm
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TVFF Membership for 2014
Through the first 9 months of 2014, the club has grown its membership to 64. This includes 54 Active, 8 Courtesy and 2 Honorary members. Thus far we have 8 new members who have newly joined TVFF. We whole-heartedly welcome them and extend our hope the club and its offerings can satisfy their interests and goals in fly fishing. The new members are:BEN LOPER JEREMY ROUSEAU
GARY CATHCART COREY PEDIGO
FRED MERRILL JOE HOPKINSON
ALLEN KEENAN WAYNE CAUSEY
Aldridge Creek Clean-up --- Saturday, August 16th
Last year our club committed to participate in a local conservation activity established for Aldridge Creek. TVFF adopted a section of Aldridge Creek emanating from Challenger school downstream to Green Cove Road with the responsibility of performing an annual clean-up of the creek and its immediate surroundings. This year’s Aldridge Creek Clean-up was held on Saturday, Aug 16th.
The city of Huntsville provided the necessary equipment and supplies required for the clean-up and disposal of all the collected trash. Twelve (12) club members met at 8:30 am in the Challenger school parking lot where 2 man teams were formed and assigned specific sections of the creek to clean. Clean-up lasted until 11:00 am after which the group relocated to Rolo’s restaurant for a leisurely lunch. Thanks to Joe Tremblay and Larry Hice for their organization of this event. Pictures from this year’s clean-up follow :