Past Meeting Videos

Regular meetings are held each month at the IRWA HQ in Ipswich. They are also held online via Zoom.  Announcements and log-in information is in our newsletter. They are still the first Monday of the month at 6 PM. Presentations generally start at 7 PM.

Fishing the Smith River of Montana, Dr Soderland

Restoration of the Clark Fork in Montana

 Native Fish Coalition with Bob Mallard

Andy Bonzagni on Massachusetts Landlocked Salmon (click here).

Andy has been fly fishing all over the world since 1970.  Following his passion for fly fishing, Andy decided to walk away from his chosen profession of construction and opened up Concord Outfitters in 1999.  Equally proficient in both fresh and saltwater, Andy will say that his favorite place in the world to fish is the Lodgepole River in British Columbia.  This is not to say that the fish in New Zealand, the Bahamas, Belize, Patagonia, Montana, etc… are any safer.  Andy can be found guiding on local rivers year round and when he’s not guiding, he’s teaching Fly Fishing 101 courses out of the shop to help people young and old get into the sport or spearheading local stream restoration efforts.  Need a casting lesson?… Andy’s your guy! (Photo and Bio taken from Andy’s web page)  Please visit Andy at Concord Outfitters.


Tim Flagler on Euro-nymphing

Tim Flagler

Chapter meetings are held once a month, on the first Monday of the month. If the first Monday of the month falls on a holiday, the meeting will be held on the following Monday.


We serve dinner for everyone each month before the meeting at 6:00 PM. Dinner helps with busy schedules and is a great opportunity to meet other members, exchange fishing stories and have some fun.
(We ask for a $5.00 donation to cover to cost of the food – a great deal!)
Meetings start at 7:00 PM


Meetings are located at the Ipswich River Watershed Association headquarters 143 County Rd (aka Route 1A) in Ipswich, Massachusetts. The property is called Riverbend.  Directions can be found here.


Look to out Home Page Blog or the latest edition of our Newsletter for more details on the upcoming meeting agenda.


We typically have a bucket raffle at the end of the meeting which gives folks an opportunity to win some great stuff. Members are also encouraged to donate any items to be included in our raffles (donations do not have to be fishing related, but we love hand tied flies).

Meeting Minutes:

Click here to be taken to the minutes page.