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Flyfishers at the Crossing (FATC) is a community of men that have a passion for fly fishing, but we are so much more than that! The FATC is about vital relationships with other men. Relationships that grow in trust and integrity with one another. More than being successful in life, we want to be significant in the lives of others. The FATC serves our community in any way we can from supporting local organizations like scouts and Project Healing Waters to conservation and taking care of our own members and their families. We like to follow the “I am third” principle of God first, others second and I am third. Check out the many community events that we participate in and come join us when we do.

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
Service: Cub Scouts Launch day

Service: Cub Scouts Launch day

10 FATC members had the opportunity to participate in the Greater St. Louis Area Council Cub Scout Day One event at Beaumont Scout Reservation. This event is designed to give all new Scouts a chance to experience all the great activities Scouting has to offer. At Day One, Cub Scouts participate in a … Read More
Stream Team: Bonhomme Creek

Stream Team: Bonhomme Creek

9 FATC members, Mike Bisaga, Jon O’Connor, Dave Komor, Mike McCutchen, John Guyer, MikeChambers, Miles Meyer, Matt McClure and Conner Peters headed out on a cool rainy morning.  We met at a location in Babler park, where after introductions and a quick briefing, we split into two groups and carpooled … Read More
Stream Team: Training

Stream Team: Training

The Introduction to Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring is the entry level of monitoring.  This 8-hour workshop includes training for watershed mapping, site selection, stream discharge, and biological monitoring (for stream macroinvertebrates).  The primary emphasis is education about watersheds and biological monitoring.  Although most of the workshop is conducted in a … Read More