Meetings And Gatherings
In addition to fishing, fly tyers regularly meet on Monday evenings around 7pm to tie flies, share ideas and techniques and exaggerate their fishing exploits. During some of these meetings a "road trip" or local fishing trip may be planned. If you are new to tying, Malden Anglers holds fly-tying classes. Many of the members are more than happy to share their years of experience to help anyone new to fly fishing or fly tying.
From September through May, club members meet monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month for a business meeting. Entertainment includes area guides, fly tying demonstrations or auctions. Some meetings include a barbeque on the deck, pasta supper, corned beef or ham dinners. You can also try your luck at our raffle table to win tackle, books or objects of art.
It's Our Club
Club members also maintain grounds and facilities on semi-annual work-days. These days are an opportunity to keep up the grounds, as well as help to build a unique sense of camaraderie and fellowship amongst members.
Once a year, the club holds "Kids Day". Members can bring children of all ages to the pond to fish with bait and lures. This is typically towards the end of the season in early July. This is a fun day for kids of all ages.
Malden Anglers frequently participates in community activities such as outdoor shows, fly fishing events and partnerships with charitable organizations such Project Healing Waters and Casting for Recovery. Local fly fishing experts, guides, product manufacturers and retailers are often invited as speakers at membership meetings. Malden Anglers often participate in local community events.
The charter of the Malden Anglers Benevolence committee is to ensure that the club is well represented in the community and that the club reaches out to all members including those who may be ill, mourning or convalescing.
Especially during the local fishing season, members love a fishing trip. Whether it is a float tube excursion down the Ipswich River for striped bass, a weekend in Maine for landlocked salmon or just an afternoon on nearby Spot Pond for “smallies” you won’t have much difficulty finding someone to fish with. Check the online calendar, the club bulletin board or the chalk board for events, ideas or a ride.
Officers Of The Club
Every year the membership elect four officers and five committee chairmen. These dedicated men and women volunteer their free time to ensure that every member has a voice and that Malden Anglers is a vibrant, safe, enjoyable community.
The Hornberg Award
Presented to those members who best represent the objectives of the organization; To encourage the proper use of rod and reel, to encourage social relations among its members, to encourage obedience to the law for protection and maintenance of our fish and game resources.
When’s the next event
When’s the next club organized event?