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Welcome to the Flyfishers at the Crossing

Missouri fly fishing is one of the best kept secrets in the fly fishing community! We welcome you to the Flyfishers at the Crossing(FATC) web site. The FATC is a fellowship for men with a passion for fly fishing, helping them grow in their faith through community service, charity and brotherhood. We are a not-for-profit (501)(c)(3) organization based in the St. Louis, Missouri area.

Our community of fly fishers is now over 150 members strong and not only fly fish all throughout the state of Missouri but throughout the United States. Throughout the year, trips are planned to hone our skills and strengthen our friendships. Our motto "It isn't about the fly fishing" means we are more about being a brotherhood of men. If you are into Missouri fly fishing or want to learn, please contact us, you won't regret it.

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Mark Your Calendar

  • 7th Annual FATC Charity Dinner

    7th Annual FATC Charity Dinner

    Our 7th Annual FATC Charity dinner is underway. This is our biggest event of the year and you are invited to attend a great night of fellowship, food, drink and raffle, with all raffle proceeds going to charities. The date:  Monday night, January 22nd The time: 6:30pm – 10pm The place: The Falls Golf … Read More
  • Let’s Go Fishing Show

    Let’s Go Fishing Show

    The Let’s Go Fishing show is the largest fishing show in the bi-state area.  This year the FATC will again work with Cabelas by demonstrating fly tying and helping at the fishing pond. The Show will take place at the Gateway Center in Collinsville, IL from Friday, January 5th through … Read More
  • Fly Tying Sessions Begin Again

    Fly Tying Sessions Begin Again

    Our fly tying sessions will begin again in January. We will meet at St Lucas UCC in Sunset Hills from 6:30pm – 8:30pm on Wednesdays – January 10th, 24th and February 7th and 21st. During these sessions we tie one fly during the evening of fellowship.  The fly we will … Read More
One thing becomes clearer as one gets older and one's fishing experience increases, and that is the paramount importance of one's fishing companions.     

John Ashley-Cooper

Recent News

Trips: A Little Practice at Meramec

Trips: A Little Practice at Meramec

Paul Schneider asked Kenny for a little more practice and Kenny agreed since it would be Paul’s second trip ever.  ...

Trips: The Cardiac Hill Experience

Trips: The Cardiac Hill Experience

Some days you’re hot and some days your not. For Jim Craig, he was, how you say, On FIRE!! Four ...

Trips: Tough Days Are Still Good Days

Trips: Tough Days Are Still Good Days

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