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About You / Re: Recently moved here
« Last post by Darth on September 15, 2014, 08:08:45 AM »
Thanks guys...... I'll also need to build up my freshwater kit too as all of my fishing has been from the bank at stocked fisheries, never tried float tubing or kayaking but sounds great!
I'm just a bit confused as to where locally I'm allowed to fish.... Will I get chased out of some of the sub division ponds?
Outing Information Only / Re: Louisiana Marshes - November
« Last post by MikeF on September 15, 2014, 07:51:05 AM »
Sounds like a great trip......I am in
About You / Re: Recently moved here
« Last post by Golden on September 15, 2014, 07:36:38 AM »
Darth may I suggest since you have some available time to fish you look back in our archives and check out White Oak Bayou. Typically you will find some really good fishing down there and it is not a far drive at all. There are a few lakes also near by the bayou if you have a kayak or float boat that can be real fun too.

As the others have said come look us up for one of our great meetings, bring the family and let us know you are there.

Hint to the wise...start shopping for your saltwater poling skiff...jus say'n! ;D ;D ;D
Outing Information Only / Re: Louisiana Marshes - November
« Last post by Golden on September 15, 2014, 07:26:23 AM »
Yeah who wouldn't... I know the ball was started to roll sometime ago but other than some recent info from Skip I have seen nothing going on. I'll call Quigley and see if this is something he's handling.

You want to go???? From my last discussion with Skip regarding the Calcasieu Flyfishing Club was they could put together a joint trip. So I am hoping we hear more about it.

I know several of us have talked about going over later in the year (Jan-Feb) taking our own boats and doing a trip to the marsh south of NOLA for the big bulls.  But this trip could be fun too. 
Outing Information Only / Re: Padre Island National Seashore - October 17-19th, 2014
« Last post by Golden on September 15, 2014, 07:08:57 AM »
Bulled-up tides were already predicted for this weekend. I called CC guide friend and asked about the PINS and she said this time of year it is always a flip of the coin.  You go and fish when you can and hunker down when you have to. She said the winds on Sunday were expected to be light and from the northeast. The water by her report was still in good shape.

Hopefully next month will be better. Better chance for a shorerunning Tarpon! Maybe on Sunday after the Rodeo we can venture down and have a shot.
Outing Chat / Re: Mongolia Trip Report
« Last post by Golden on September 15, 2014, 06:59:03 AM »
So tell us about the women! Anyone can catch a trout! But a Hun...well now. So why did Genghis Khan leave if the fishing was so good...was he really in search of a grill?

Looks like you had a blast. Something to treasure for the rest of your life. Great photos and report. Hopefully we can get you and Mike to give us a full tour of the trip.
About You / Re: Recently moved here
« Last post by Wormdrowner on September 15, 2014, 04:03:51 AM »
Hello Darth!

Most of the ponds are fine for fly fishing. Don Puckett's (Puck) subdivision has some good places to fish for bass, bream (sunfish) and catfish. We also do quite a bit of saltwater fly fishing in the club as well. Trout fishing is a bit more difficult as the nearest trout waters are the Guadalupe River and it is a put and take fishery. We will be having an outing there in late Nov - early Dec if you are interested.  Feel free to send me a message if you'd like more information on what's going on. Welcome aboard!

Michael Quigley
Saltwater Outings Chair
About You / Re: Recently moved here
« Last post by Darth on September 14, 2014, 10:29:35 PM »
Excellent thank you, I'll go have a look  :)
About You / Re: Recently moved here
« Last post by Dave Kelly on September 14, 2014, 10:10:03 PM »
Go to the Fresh Water  Chat page   on this forum.  Puck and Quig both live near you along with about a dozen more of our members. All fish those ponds. on weekends and after work. Start reading and asking questions.

Come to one of our meetings on the last tuesday of the month ab Bayland park on Bissonet.

About You / Recently moved here
« Last post by Darth on September 14, 2014, 08:28:28 PM »
Hi guys, my name is Jason (42) and I've recently moved to Katy (seven Meadows) from Aberdeen in Scotland! I was bitten by the fly fishing bug about 1 year ago and most of my fishing has been in local fisheries fishing for Rainbow trout!
Im currently a house husband so I've got plenty of spare time on my hands since my wife is at work and my daughter is at school, providing the chores are done 1st  :D
I would appreciate some local info on where I can use my fly rod as I've seen plenty of people fishing in the local ponds in cinco and grand lakes but they all seem to be bait/spin fishing!
If there's anyone on here local to me that wouldn't mind me tagging along for a cast that would be great too.... Thanks Jason
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