The Delaware Valley Women’s Fly Fishing Association was formed in 1996 by a small group of fly fishers in the Philadelphia region who wanted to create a network of similarly interested women. Since it’s inception, the club has grown to currently serve over 100 members along the Mid-Atlantic states. The club offers learning opportunities for novice to advanced anglers both on and off the stream, with programming covering a wide range of topics, from fly fishing techniques to stream tactics and fly tying. While trips and outings near and far are the major focus of DVWFFA’s activities, numerous casting clinics, tying workshops, entomology seminars and social gatherings are held throughout the year (~50 in 2017!). The self-published quarterly newsletter, “A Woman’s Angle,” provides a means for keeping members informed of club activities, highlights issues concerning women anglers, and showcases opportunities for networking and travel.