My suggestion is to go to Orvis or Bass Pro and look at their kits. They start around $100 and contain everything you need in the way of tackle except flies. This will let you get your feet wet.
The club has DVDs we library out to help teach. The club also has a Fly Fishing Academy that starts out as if you don't know what a fly rod looks like and ends with you having enough knowledge to ask the right questions when you go to buy.
An old/new website is back up and running. http://www.texasflyreports.com Has provide lots of good information on fishing conditions north of us. Should continue to do so as awareness of it spreads. Please visit and support it. Dave
It's time to get started on preparations for the Texas FlyFishers's 2012 Annual Auction. Your participation in this event plays a very important part in a strong club. Please read the full text of my email soliciting your assistance.
To volunteer reach me via e-mail or by phone 713-205-1809. This email is not working as I want it to just yet. Thanks, David Lemke President, Texas FlyFishers