Fourth Corner Fly Fishers
Prospective Member Information

The Fourth Corner Fly Fishers (4CFF) club welcomes anyone interested in the sport of fly-fishing and who share in our commitment to preserve, enhance and conserve our natural resources.

Our club is registered as a non-profit corporation as defined under the laws of the State of Washington. We are governed by a Board of Directors and the Bylaws of the corporation. Click here to view the Bylaws.

We are a club of varied individuals who enjoy fly fishing and each other’s camaraderie. We are committed to preserving our natural resources that make our sport possible and to enhancing the skills and knowledge that are associated with fly fishing. Throughout the year we have fishing outings at local lakes and rivers, as well as Eastern Washington and in British Columbia. Some outings are for only a day and some are for a weekend or up to a week. During the year our club also has education and conservation programs, and fly tying sessions.

In general, we hold a monthly membership meeting that includes a social hour, an optional dinner, and a program related to fly fishing or conservation. Our meetings are presently held at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club every fourth Thursday beginning at 6 pm.

To become a member of the Fourth Corner Fly Fishers, there is a two step process.

Step 1: Apply for “Guest Status”. (link for Application for Guest Status) During your “Guest Status” period you will be required to participate in 11 club functions within a 24 month period.

Step 2: Upon completion of the membership requirements (11 club functions), complete the Application for Membership (link to Application for Membership) and submit to the Membership Committee.

Both the Application for Guest Status and the Application for Membership are available at the membership meetings each month as well.

If you have any questions about joining the Fourth Corner Fly Fishers, please contact one of the Membership Committee members listed below:

Brian Faloon, Chair. bfaloon@hotmail.com
Nathan Weston, Co-chair. npweston@msn.com