Contact Us

Making Contact

We invite you to join and participate in the Club’s activities. The aim of the club is to support members in the enjoyment of the sport of fly fishing, caring for the environment and building friendships. Meetings are held at 7:30pm every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Southern Fly Fishing Clubroom and Casting Pool. This is located in Highett Reserve, Cnr Chesterville and Turner Roads, Highett. Melways 77 J9 (See the map below). Look for the “Combined Clubrooms” entrance at Nº 33  Turner Road. There are number of ways to contact us including:

  • Just drop into the club on a meeting night
  • Fill out the membership enquiry form under the membership tab on this site
  • Contact our club President, John Mennen on 0408 145 463
  • Send an e-mail to:

View our location map: Southern Fly Fishers Location Map

You can also find us on Facebook:

Membership Benefits

  • Beginners’ & advanced casting tuition
  • Access to a purpose built casting practice pool with floodlights to allow night time use
  • Regular day & weekend fishing trips for both the beginners and the more experienced
  • Competitive casting & fishing events
  • Beginners’ to advanced fly tying classes
  • Streamcraft & fly fishing techniques
  • Specialist guest speakers
  • Monthly fly fishing discussion group
  • Annual interstate & overseas fishing trips
  • Saltwater fly fishing activities
  • Regular newsletter
  • Public liability insurance during club activities
  • Discounts from sponsors’ retail outlets

7 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Good afternoon the annual Lake Fyans Fly in is on again this year at Lake Fyans, second weekend of October. 11th to the 13th October Email me for entry forms and details or contact our web page Steve

  2. Hello Members,
    This may be of interest to fishermen intending to fish Southland New Zealand.
    Have aquired a comfortable cottage close to Mataura river and it’s confluence with Waikaia . Can provide accomodation for 2 fishermen and include breakfast /lunch for the princely sum of $60 per day each. For those who enjoy smoked trout and a cold Speights after big day stalking large brown trout you have found the right location. Many visiting anglers scratch their heads when rain turns rivers brown , but a lovely lake containing Rainbows and Browns is 100 Kilometres away. I have 2 waterstrider float boats which for a price can make lake fishing a truly interesting experience without sinking into the mud.
    For those interested in quality sight fishing please feel free to phone me Mobile 0422594280 or email
    Regards Johannes de Vreeze.

    • Hi David

      Our member nights are held every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Southern Fly Fishing Clubroom and Casting Pool located in Highett Reserve. It’s on the corner of Chesterville and Turner Roads, Highett. Look for the “Combined Clubrooms” entrance at Nº 33 Turner Road.

      You can contact the Club president Scott Dargan on 0420 909 449. Scott will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.


  3. Can you please let your members know by email the following


    e.g. Sage Rods, Ross reels, lines, tying equipment, waders. All stock must go at ridiculous prices. There is a whole shop load of stuff. All new. These items are all out of a shop.

    Sunshine Fly Casting Clubrooms, King Edward Avenue, Albion

    Tuesday the 8th of April at 7.00 pm Entry by gold coin donation. Sausage sizzle and BBQ provided. Dont miss this once in a lifetime opportunity.

    Stephen Varga

    Mobile 0418 388 779

  4. Just a note to say thank you for hosting the 2014 Southern Lights Fly Casting Tournament. I love casting at Southern, which I believe to be the best casting venue in the country, and it is even better under lights. As a competitor, thanks to the Southern members who cater for and administer the event, a first class job at a first class venue.

    Thanks again, and I look forward to my next visit to Southern.


  5. Greetings from New Zealand

    A plea from a NZ fly fisher to any of your members who fish in my country. If they value the experience of clean streams and would like it to continue, they can help by emailing the NZ Prime Minister (who also happens to be the MInister of Tourism). Email address is

    All they need to say is that they won’t be interested in visiting NZ to fish our waters if dairy pollution continues at current rates. (Irrigation is depleting our waterways, and industrial-scale dairying is ruining what water is left in our lowland fisheries).

    Members will no doubt want to make up their own minds. I suggest they Google “New Zealand dirty dairying” for leads. See also

    Just be prepared to be shocked.

    Tight lines

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