Charlotte Harbor Fly Fishers (CHFF) is a group of men and women who enjoy casting their lines in one of SW Florida’s best all-around fisheries. We have been meeting for almost 10 years. We have regular outings and gatherings. We fish together and separately. Then we gather to tell stories and pass along information. We invite anyone interested in fly fishing, from novices to experts to attend one of our meetings. We have no group officers or membership dues or fees – other than a $3.00 charge to cover monthly room rental.

About Charlotte Harbor

Harbor Size: 701 square miles; 448,640 acres. 365 miles of canals; 190 miles of saltwater and 175 miles of freshwater. Charlotte Harbor, is formed by the blending of saltwater from the Gulf of Mexico with freshwater from the Peace and Myakka rivers. Tarpon, snook, redfish, trout, barracuda, cobia and grouper are some of the many species fished for. Charlotte Harbor & the Gulf Islands includes the areas of Boca Grande, Don Pedro Island, El Jobean, Englewood-Cape Haze, Little Gasparilla Island, Manasota Key, Palm Island, Placida, Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda.

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