Midwest Fly Fishing Expo

Macomb Community College Sports & Expo Center

March 9 & 10, 2024

Great Lake Area’s Premier Fly-Fishing Exhibition

Hosting Fishing Seminars and Demonstrations

Expo Admission Info


One-Day Pass: $15
Two-Day Pass: $20


16 & Under: Free

Buy Advanced Tickets

Expo Info


March 9 & March 10, 2024


Saturday 3/9: 9am – 6pm
  Sunday 3/10: 10am – 4pm

2024 Expo Show Pin

2024 Show Pin

Participate in the Midwest Fly Fishing Expo

For two days each March, the Michigan Fly Fishing Club (MFFC) hosts the Great Lakes area’s premier event for all things fly fishing — the Midwest Fly Fishing Expo. The extravaganza, presented for 46 years, is the oldest all-fly angling event east of the Mississippi!

Organized and run exclusively by MFFC volunteers, the show features headline speakers, free seminars about fly fishing skills, techniques, and destinations, fly-tying demonstrations, and more than 100 exhibitors. Exhibitors include outfitters and retailers from across the country, guides, rod and net building artisans, artists, authors, dealers in rare and collectible books and memorabilia, and conservation organizations.

Best of all, because the 52-year-old MFFC is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, proceeds from the Expo flow right back to support the Club’s educational programs and to fund a variety of grants conservation organizations across the state to restore and enhance Michigan’s rivers and lakes. Over the years, the MFFC has provided grants totaling more than $400,000 for such causes.

We look forward to your visit to our Expo!

Hosted by the Michigan Fly Fishing Club

The Michigan Fly Fishing Club has over 350 members from all backgrounds and levels of fly fishing experience. We love casting, fly tying, rod building, and telling dubious fishing stories. The Club meets bimonthly and organizes outings, educational events, or conservation efforts. Come check us out!

Supporting Conservation

Some of the proceeds from this Expo flow right back to the source – Michigan’s Trout, Salmon, and Steelhead rivers.