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Outing Information Only / East Matagorda - Hunt for Big Specks! April 26th
« on: November 03, 2013, 10:45:40 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Big Speck Hunt


When: April 26 2014       
Where: Sargent        
Start 8:00 AM 
End Time: 3:00 PM   
Trip Leader: M Quigley
Phone: 713-two-one-three-eight-one 50       
e-mail: mfquigley@yahoo dot com       

Trip Description: We will be going back to Sargent & East Matty in pursuit of gator trout! Bring your fighting gear and tangle with one of these bruisers!

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: TBD 

Directions:TBD  
 
About the area:Typical Texas Bay


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 8 wt 

Recommended Flies: Clousers, seaducers, bendbacks

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Outing Information Only / Back to Damon 7 Lakes - October
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:59:47 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Back to Damon 7 Lakes


When:        
Where:        
Start  
End Time:    
Trip Leader:
Phone:        
e-mail:        

Trip Description:

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: 

Directions: 
 
About the area:


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 

Recommended Flies:

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Outing Information Only / Guadalupe River - November
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:55:09 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Guadalupe River


When:        
Where:        
Start  
End Time:    
Trip Leader:
Phone:        
e-mail:        

Trip Description:

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: 

Directions: 
 
About the area:


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 

Recommended Flies:

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Outing Information Only / - May 10th
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:51:52 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Colorado River in Columbus


When:     2014-05-10 (10th May, 2014)   
Where:        
Start  
End Time:    
Trip Leader: Need one
Phone:        
e-mail:        

Trip Description:

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: 

Directions: 
 
About the area:


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 

Recommended Flies:

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Cancelled
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Livinston Dam Tail Waters Sand Bass


When:         March 1st 15th
Where:        
Start  
End Time:    
Trip Leader:
Phone:        
e-mail:        

Trip Description:

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: 

Directions: 
 
About the area:


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 

Recommended Flies:

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event:  South Llano River float trip


When:     6-8th of June, 2014   
Where:       Junction, Tx
Start Time:  Friday afternoon at the state park Morgan Shady Park.  Directions below.
End Time:    Sunday at noon, or as close to it as we can get.
Trip Leader:  Puck
Phone:       
e-mail:     Send PM here   

Trip Description: See below...


Day 1: The first meeting of the trip will be on the South Llano River just below the tubers area  at Morgan Shady Park   Directions.  We’ll wadefish this area getting our casting skill honed, and practicing with various flies.  Meeting later at Isaak’s , time TDB.

Day 2:  Launch from KC-150, and float down to just above the state park.  We’ll use a livery service (SOUTH LLANO RIVER CANOES & KAYAKS: Curtis Thomas, Located 6 miles south of Junction off Highway 377 on the South Llano River) and meet up early.  More fishing time, less paddling.  Direction from Junction to meet-up point for Livery

Day 3:  Bridge to bridge where the river crosses US 377.  This time we will head upstream, to the falls.  This time somebody bring a GPS.  We paddled through way to fast on this stretch last year and missed some prime fishing.

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.


Cost: Your food, transportation, and lodging/camping fees.

Directions:   
Put this address into Google maps to get driving directions:

1927 Park Road 73, Junction TX 76849-9502
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Morgan Shady Park
 
About the area:

Map of the State Park


About the State Park


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  (Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit
• Drinking water!

Recommended Equipment:
Canoe or kayak
Anchor
Neoprene or canvas boots to prevent burned feet
3-7 wt fly rod with floating line
Extra rod
Spare GPS batteries

Recommended Flies:
Yellow spider, size 6-12
Miss Prissy or similar small popper
PGPP, size 8-12
SOB, size 6-10
Hare-E, size 10
Squirrelly, size 12
Dark Wooly bugger size 6-12
And I’m sure the list will grow when a few folks read this and make their own recommendations.


Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Outing Information Only / Texoma Stripers - July
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:38:52 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Texoma Stripers


When:        
Where:        
Start  
End Time:    
Trip Leader:
Phone:        
e-mail:        

Trip Description:

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: 

Directions: 
 
About the area:


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 

Recommended Flies:

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Outing Information Only / Guadalupe One Fly - January 18th, 2014
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:35:00 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Guadalupe One Fly


When:      Saturday, January 18th, 2014      
Where:     Guadalupe River, Rio Raft in Sattler. We will meet here and then spread out to fish   
Start   08:00 in the Rio Raft Parking Lot
End Time:     When ever everyone is done – probably around 4pm
Trip Leader: Matt Blyth
Phone:    832 444 4206   
e-mail:     carpman_1@yahoo.com   

Trip Description: Catch as many inches of fish on the same fly. Measure and photograph for proof.  We will meet up afterwards to eat, drink and announce the winner. Hopefully we will meet at the fly shop in Sattler as Brent & Ashley have a keg in the shop!

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost:  Rio Raft access fee, plus personal expenses and transportation

Directions:  Rio Raft is located at the 4th crossing bridge on River Road. The easiest way to reach it is from exit 191 on I-35. Go North on FM 306 for 13 miles then turn left on 2673.  Go 1 ½ miles and turn left on River Road. Rio Raft is one mile down on the left. If you cross the river you went too far.
 
Important items:
•    Member dues are current!
•   Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information
•   Current Texas Fishing License
•   Guadalupe River Trout Unlimited Lease Access Pass (not essential but it will help you reach areas the others can’t)
•   Waders with safety belt
•   Wading staff
•   Extra change of dry clothes
•   Wind and/or water proof jacket
•   Wide brimmed hat AND polarized glasses

Recommended Equipment:  Standard trout fishing gear will work fine here.  Rods should be in the 4-5wt range and whatever length you feel comfortable with, although as the predominant method is nymphing longer rods are better.  Tippets in the 5x range should be fine; I don’t think you need to go any lower unless you find the fish are really spooky.  Fluorocarbon is not essential, but I am sure it can’t hurt if you want to use it.  Standard 9ft leaders, split shot, indicators (if you want to use them), forceps, landing net, tape measure and camera.

Waders are essential to fish this river as most of the banks are private. A kayak can really expand the area you can fish.


Recommended Flies: Nymphing/streamers are the best bet as dry fly hatches on this river tend to be sporadic and this is a competition after all.  These are mainly hatchery raised fish that have been in the river only a couple of months so flies do not need to be complicated.  Last year egg patterns, san juan worms and basic nymphs such as hare’s ears, copper johns and pheasant tails all worked.  Sizes from 18-14 should be about right.  If you want to use streamers then woolly buggers (white or black) seem to work well.  Choose one fly, tie it on well and go for it!  If you get up to the river the day before you could stop at The Fly Shop and ask what is working on the river at the moment.

Recommended guidelines for participants:
•   Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
•   If inexperienced, then buddy up.
•   If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
•   Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.
•   Be careful wading! There are some nasty slots in the river bed that can catch you unawares if you do not pay attention

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Outing Information Only / Broken Bow Okla - February 9th, 2015 (Draft)
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:32:26 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: Broken Bow Okla


When:        2014-02-09 (9th February, 2015)
Where: Mountain Forks River, Beavers' Bend State Park, Broken Bow, Oklahoma     
Start Time:  0800 Friday
End Time:    1200 Sunday
Trip Leader: To be confirmed
Phone: 987-654-3210
e-mail: To be confirmed


Trip Description: Trip Description: This Freshwater Outing is to the Mountain Forks River near Broken Bow, Oklahoma, about a 6 hour drive from Houston.  This trip is an excellent opportunity for those new to freshwater fly fishing, or those wishing to hone their skills on some of the best nearby trout water.  Note that you will have to travel to Broken Bow on Thursday night to participate in the full program.  Lodging in Broken Bow and all meals are to be provided by the participants.  Information on lodging has been posted below in the post titled "Accommodations for the 2014 February Outing"  It is very affordable either in Broken Bow or near the entrance to the State Park.

Of course, time not spent learning about the area and its buggy residents are open for fishing on your own, and you may elect to arrive early or stay late to get in some extra time on the river.  For this reason, experienced fly fisherman should also consider this trip.


How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: No trip fee except for optional entomology course.  Lodging, food, and incidentals (fishing license) paid by participant.
OK Fishing License:  Use this link, https://www.wildlifedepartment.com/forget1/OnlineSales.aspx, to purchase a fishing license on line after January 1st, 2013.  A six day non-resident license is $35 and a full year license is $55 (as of October 2012).  Texas residents over 65 are exempt from the license requirement.  Licenses can also be purchased at the Three Rivers Fly Shop at the entrance to Beavers Bend State Park, but it may delay the start of the program.

Directions: --- Broken Bow, OK on Google Maps
 
About the area:  Use these links to find out more about
• Broken Bow - http://www.cityofbrokenbow.com/
• Rob Woodruff Guide Services - http://www.flyfishingfork.com/oklahoma.html
• Location - search for Broken Bow, OK on Google Maps - http://maps.google.com/
• Three Rivers Fly Shop / Beaver's Bend Fishing Report - http://www.threeriversflyshop.com/

Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment:
4-6wt fly rod with floating line, a back-up with sink tip is not a bad idea
Waders and wading boots
Warm clothing may be required both while fishing and for general use.

Recommended Flies:(also see the Three Rivers Flyshop Fishing Report:
• Ruby Midge
• Bottom crawling mayfly patterns
• March Brown Emerger
• Caddis pupa imitations
• San Juan Worm

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, this is the trip for you, since you will receive expert instruction on techniques.

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Outing Information Only / San Marcos River - August
« on: November 03, 2013, 09:29:10 AM »
Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: San Marcos River


When:        
Where:        
Start  
End Time:    
Trip Leader:
Phone:        
e-mail:        

Trip Description:

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.

Cost: 

Directions: 
 
About the area:


Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellant
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment: 

Recommended Flies:

Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.

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Texas FlyFishers of Houston
Event: John Scarborough Sunfish Spectacular


When:      2014-04-05 (5th of April, 2014)   
Where:       Damon 7 Lakes
Start Time:  0700
End Time:    Dark
Trip Leader: Puck
Phone:       
e-mail:        PM here if you don't have Puck's e-mail

Trip Description: Join us for the annual chance to capture the John Scarborough Sunfish Spectacular Trophy and a decent feed on Saturday the 5th of April (date is confirmed) at Damon Seven Lakes. Fishing from the shore, but float tubes and kayaks are quite successful.

How to sign up: Sign Up Here, on the sign up sheet distributed at the monthly meeting or e-mail the trip leader.
How to get waiver forms: Download PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.
Download Special Damon Seven Lakes PDF form here. Required  Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.
Cost: $45 per TFF member, special price for kids.
 
5th of April at Damon Seven Lakes.

A catch log will be given to all at sign-in, and a drawing from those will take place for all of them turned in by 1830 hrs, for a special set of flies and case.

Fishing from the shore but float tubes and kayaks are quite successful.

Participants will also receive Mike’s package of special flies.  He will give these out at sign-in to those signed up by the cutoff date 5 days before the event (Midnight of the 21st of March).

The longest sunfish (micropterus salmoides do not count) will be the winner of the trophy.
Largest bass, most bream caught, and most flies lost to trees will all be noted.

Lunchtime is at noon, 2014-04-05-1200.  Be late = be hungry

Directions: http://www.mjacompany.com/map-big.html

About the area:  http://www.mjacompany.com/7lakes.html

Important items:
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.  ( Can be downloaded here )
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellent
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit

Recommended Equipment:
Canoe, kayak, or kickboat, (These are not needed, but it is a good time to try stuff out)
3-7 wt fly rod with floating line
Extra rod

Recommended Flies:
Yellow spider, size 6-12
Miss Prissy or similar small popper
BBB
PGPP, size 8-12
SOB, size 6-10
Hare-E, size 10
Squirrelly, size 12
Dark Wooly bugger size 6-12
And I’m sure the list will grow when a few folks read this and make their own recommendations.

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Outing Information Only / Outing schedule for 2014
« on: November 01, 2013, 02:40:19 PM »

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Events and Information / MOVED: POC BIG REDS
« on: October 19, 2013, 02:16:07 PM »

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General Discussion / Boy Scouts do what Boy Scouts do
« on: August 29, 2013, 09:53:56 AM »
From Texas FlyFishers member Greg Corbett


I got a voicemail from someone at REI asking if had lost some fishing gear. Yes, I had; I lost my fly rod and reel on the Llano which is a 5-hour drive from Houston. No chance that this was my missing rod. I went to the store anyway because it's near my office, knowing it was probably somebody's reel or some lures. Sure enough there was no lost  fl y rod and reel in Lost and Found and nobody had any idea about the phone message I had left.)

I was almost to my car when I thought maybe someone in the rental department might know something about the phone message. The first 2 people had no clue but the third one just asked me "What color was the kayak you rented?" I said "Red". She then peeled a note from the cash register and handed it to me.)

Here's the note   :)

Did you flip a red rental tarpon and lose some fishing gear? Jeff found it and doesn't know  who you are! (432) 528-5972)

Now everything was changing fast! I called Jeff and described my rod and reel and he said "That's it!" Then he said he'd mail it to me!  He absolutely refused to discuss any reward!)

At the swimming hole at the take-out he had helped me put the kayak on the roof because I couldn't do it myself.  He asked if I had rented the kayak at the REI in San Antonio or Austin- I said neither, it was from Houston.  That's how he thought to contact me.   Actually, this was a Boy Scout Troop on their annual outing on the Llano and one of the boys found the rod,  brought it back up to camp, said "Look what I found!   Can I keep it?"  Jeff told the kid he thought he might be able to contact the owner.  That's how everything fell into place.)

About a week later I got the long box with my rod and reel in it! Amazing! He and the troop are from Midland.)

I had written a thank you note with a $30.00 check to reimburse him for the postage so I called him to tell him the package had arrived and thanked him again.  I asked him for his last name and address so I could send him my thank you letter; he said he intentionally omitted his last name and address because he didn't want me sending him anything.   I finally got the information out of him when I told him that my letter was  written to share with the boys how there were at least  4 separate Good Deeds that took place to get my rod back to me.  He promised to share my message with the boys. (I expect he'll give me some grief about the $30 check.)

A letter was written.

Jeff Blaylock
c/o Dawson Geophysical Company
508 West Wall, Suite 800
Midland, TX 79701-5010

Jeff:
I just received your package with my fly rod in it! When I review the series of coincidences and amazing follow-up by you and then by REI – seeing my fly rod again is miraculous. I count at least 4 Good Deeds that made this happen:
1. Starting with your help putting that kayak on my roof (and the brief conversation that I rented it at REI in Houston and that I had just given up searching for my fly rod).
2. The scout who found the rod and brought to you.
3. Your call to REI, Houston.
4. The REI guy who put 2 & 2 together and left me a voice mail message and also typed out a message to call you that he had taped to the cash register.

One of the men in my fly tying class that I hold each month is active in scouting and he has the Fly Fishing Merit Badge book. I will study up on it and am looking forward to meeting with the scouts next year on the Llano to help them earn this badge.

Also, I belong to a Houston group of kayak fishermen (www.PACK.org) and I’m sure some of the guys would be glad to help the scouts earn a kayaking merit badge next year on the Llano. They all know the full story of how the rod was lost, found and then returned by you – it’s a fisherman’s dream come true when a rod gets found and returned.

I am enclosing a check in the amount of $30 to reimburse you for the cost of sending the package to me (I researched the cost at a UPS store). Obviously, I owe you a great deal more that just this postage, but what I feel I owe you can’t be measured in dollars and cents.

Please tell this tale of “4 Good Deeds” to the boys of Troop 232 and how it was a happy ending for this man who earned his Eagle Scout Badge in 1953. There’s something of a “full circle” somewhere in this story.
   
Sincerely,
   


Greg Corbett

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