Just to let you know; as Scott was planning on wading, I planned that as well and did not borrow a kayak. This may have some bearing on pairings if Scott can't make it and I need to be paired with someone else (repaired?!?! ). Hopefully, Scott can make it and it'll be a moot point.
Looks like some rain this week is being forecast. What is everybody thoughts on how it will effect the river? Does is blow out fairly quickly and how long does it take to return to fishable conditions?
What part of town are you and when will you be leaving. I may end up driving up myself and can possibly carry an extra kayak. I live in Spring Branch, but will most likely be leaving straight from my office on The Woodlands/Spring border (Sawdust/Grogan's Mill).
Started fly fishing back around 2005. I got hooked on it chasing steelhead in some of NE Ohio's Lake Erie tributaries during my 9 1/2 years "in exile". Came home to Houston in 2010 and had to relearn how to flyfish, as our methods are somewhat different than what I learned up there. I just wish I would have learned flyfishing as a kid growing up in Spring Branch all those years ago. I don't tie at all. I spend 8-12 hours a day looking at little numbers on spreadsheets (I'm a financial analyst), I don't think my eyes can take me spending my free time looking at little bitty flies all evening. My hat's off to those of you who can. I greatly admire your work!
I generally prefer salt to fresh, but I am discovering the joys of perch & small bass on a 3wt (thanks Golden!)
Hope to see y'all on the water! Tight lines to all!