September 13th-16th, 2018


Join us for a Christ-centered weekend of world-class fly fishing, instruction from renowned anglers, and some incredible food!

The Clydehurst Men’s Fly Fishing Camp is now in its fourth year and in this short time, has quickly become something very special. This camp includes tons of fishing, incredible food, world-class fly fishing instructors, life changing Bible teaching, and a bunch of giveaways. Whether you’ve fly fished your whole life or have never even held a fly rod, this camp will be a true blessing to you. The options of how you spend your time are numerous and we desire to create an environment for spiritual and physical refreshment.

Some highlights of the Clydehurst 2017 Men's Fly Fishing Camp. The 2018 camp will take place on September 13-16.
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Gary Borger

Gary one of the world’s foremost fly fishing educators. He has been a fly fisher since 1955 and has taught classes and lectured internationally on all aspects of fly fishing for trout and salmon since 1972. A free-lance writer and photographer and an active member of the Outdoor Writer’s Association of America, Gary is also a Contributing Editor for Fly Fisherman Magazine, Editor at Large for the Virtual Fly Shop, and Fly Fishing Columnist for North American Fisherman. He has written five best-selling books on fly fishing: Nymphing, Naturals, The Borger Color System, Designing Trout Flies, and Presentation.

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Marc Williamson

Currently, Marc is an Assistant Professor at Warner Pacific College in Portland Oregon. He was privileged to be on the original Board of Directors of the Christian Fly Fishing Roundup when they started back in 1999. Marc has been involved in fly fishing from the time his father purchased his first fly rod from JC Penney’s. He first became involved in the fly fishing industry while working for Doug Stewart at Stewart’s Custom Tackle in Gresham. Since that time he has become a member of the following professional staffs: Temple Fork Outfitters, Whiting Feathers, Angler’s Sport Group (Daiichi Hooks), Teeny Fly Lines and Peak Vice. Currently Marc presents and lectures in Oregon, Washington and Montana.

Todd Nighswonger

Todd grew up in Wyoming in a home committed to Christ, but it wasn’t until the spring of 1993, while attending college at Montana State University, that he understood the greatest message ever, the Gospel, that changed his life forever. Around the same time, he met his wife Lisa, and together they began to develop a heart for students. Todd soon began to pastor Junior High, High School, and college students in Wyoming and California for over ten years, and continues to love speaking to them.
In 2002, Todd began to attend seminaryat The Master’s Seminary. Just a few months later, Todd was asked to come on staff as the high school pastor. As he was finishing seminary, Todd was asked to shift roles on staff and served as the Executive Pastor. He did so for a few years, and when the founding pastor, Francis Chan, felt called to the San Francisco area, he was asked to become the Lead Pastor.
During their time at Cornerstone, Todd and Lisa began to develop a heart for orphan care. In 2005, they began to take foster kids into their home, and from that ministry they adopted four of those kids that they love and adore.
Todd’s heart for Cornerstone is that we would be a family of men and women who know God rightly, worship Him intimately, are transformed by Him fully, and are unleashed to join Him on His amazing mission.

Things to know

Between 3:00pm-5:30pm on Thursday.

Cost is $340 ($305 for 65 and older)

Once again, we are offering you an opportunity to stay an extra night. If you'd like more time to fish or rest, for $40, you can stay in your cabin on Sunday night. There will be food provided, but it will be do-it-yourself sandwiches. We will need you out of your cabin by 10am on Monday morning.

We'll be done on Sunday after our mid-morning meeting.  Sunday lunch will be leftovers from our other meals and you will be free to take any food leftover with you when you leave.  We will shut down the buildings/ camp by 3pm, but of course you can keep fishing as long as you want after you move out of your cabin, you will just not have access to the Clydehurst facilities. You have an option to stay Sunday night.

There is a good chance you will have roommates unless you bring a camper or tent.  All the cabins at Clydehurst are one room and they all have full bathrooms.  On your registration form, you were able to request cabin mates and we will make sure you get to be with your buddies.  We will do our best to accommodate you and make sure you have a suitable bed for your needs.  Each cabin will have one queen bed and then bunk beds.  We'll put the young guys with good backs on the bottom bunks and even younger guys with even better backs on the top bunks.  The older guys get dibs on the queen bed if they so choose.  Let's be in touch about your needs.  We are at a rustic camp, but we want you to be able to sleep comfortably.  With the cool air, bright stars, and the sound of the rushing river always audible, it's pretty hard to not sleep like a baby up here, but still, we want you to have the most comfortable bed possible.

We encourage you to bring your own fishing gear if you can, but we do have a limited number of rods and will provide you with a few flies. There are more flies for purchase. Please let us know if you will need gear so we can be sure to have enough. We will make sure you can get out on the water and have some fun.

Things to Bring

  • Dogs are not allowed on the grounds
  • Bible and study supplies (pens, notebooks)
  • Sleeping Bags and/or Queen Sized bedding (Twin for bunk beds)
  • Pillow
  • Towels and Washcloths
  • Shoes for Hiking – Sweatshirts
  • Clothing for both warm and cold weather
  • Bug Spray
  • Sunscreen
  • Toiletries
  • Camera
  • Flashlights
  • Laundry Bag
  • Lawn Chairs (optional)
  • Phone card (no cell service)
  • Fly Fishing Gear

Contact us for information on recommendations for what to bring. More information coming soon.

Outside of the great fishing, here's What you can expect!

This is a Christ-centered camp and we are going to celebrate Jesus and learn more about Him throughout the day.  Our time together in chapel will be after breakfast so that you don't miss out on fishing through dusk.

You will have the option of having a continental style breakfast that will be sitting out for you no matter how early you want to get up and get on the river.  For everyone else, we will have a hot breakfast prepared that we will eat together each morning.  You can also sign up for a sack lunch if you choose to be out all day.  If you choose to be here for lunch, we will have an amazing lunch together.  This is always one of our top priorities at Clydehurst and it will be again at the Fly Fishing camp.  We are going to have incredible man food, I guarantee that.  (You know, steak and stuff)

As you know, we will have Gary Borger as our featured instructor.  Look him up online and see all the cool things that he's done.  He's one of the best in the world!  We will have other instructors as well.  Each day, we will have classes/ seminars you can take.  We will work very hard to make sure you can make it to everything you want to.  You can pick the classes that will help you learn about what you'd like to work on.  We will have classes on specific styles of fly fishing, fly tying, casting, rod building, reading the water, insects, and more.

Our sponsors are once again hooking us up with a bunch of great giveaways.  Everyone will get some great stuff.