Around Since 1938, The Practice Pools At Angler’s Lodge In Northern California Are A Fly Fishing Mecca

Calling all anglers! Did you realize there is a fly fishing paradise hiding out in the Bay Area? Founded in 1938, the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club was formed to encourage and educate people about the art of fly casting. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran who’s been casting for decades or a newbie who just picked up a reel, a visit to this long-standing Angler’s Lodge will definitely up your game. The fly fishing pools are open to everyone, so come one and come all! It’s time to work on your casting skills.

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Have you visited the fly fishing pools at this historic Angler’s Lodge? If you’ve ever considered getting into fly fishing, this is definitely the place to do it. Tell us about your favorite fishing spots in the comments below!



Address: 1232 John F Kennedy Dr, San Francisco, CA 94121, USA