The GPFF Conservation Mission

The Club’s MISSION is to enhance the fly fishing experience through education, fly fishing outings, fellowship, skills development, and ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS.

Our PASSION is to CATCH & RELEASE wild trout, steelhead, and salmon; and our members understand that fly anglers must PROTECT California’s watersheds and fisheries.


  • Our Club supports to local, state, & national organizations that make a difference.
  • Our Club encourages its members to protect our fisheries by voicing their opinions to county, state, and federal officials.
  • Our Club sponsors a Trout in the Classroom program for many elementary and middle schools in the East Bay.
  • Our Club sponsors work parties that help restore and enhance East Bay streams. And…
  • Our Club is establishing eco-friendly practices at our meetings and fishing outings. 
Group discussion before work begins.
Ed B. fills sacks full of invasive ivy.
Roger W. help saves the oaks.
Members prepare for an afternoon of hard work.
Removing ivy that blocks needed sunlight from oak trees.
Our group removed lots of invasive ivy.
Jim S. with Susan Schwartz, the president of Friends of Five Creeks.
Club member Gary B. ready for action.
Group removes ivy.
Conservation work gets dirty sometimes.
Removal of invasive ivy.
Cordonices Creek's $10 million redesign.
Proof of success from a young steelhead.
Group discussion with Virginia Northrop of EBMUD.
All kinds of pollution cleaned from the Pinole Creek.
Dennis K. picks up trash along Pinole Creek.
Bad Contractors dumped many items including a commode into the creek.
Our team takes a break in the shade for lunch.
Richard O. gathers roadside trash.
The GPFF team piles up the river trash.





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P.O. Box 153

El Cerrito, CA 94530

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