Fishing Report: Taylor River, Colorado, submitted by Paul Robertson

Fishing the Taylor River, Colorado Dates: April 13-16, 2021 Fly Fishermen: Joe Nicklo (leader, sage, and experienced fisherman), John Scarcelli (experienced, patient trout fisherman), Steve Edwards (has done a lot to trout fishing, but mostly with a guide), and Paul Robertson (the rookie at trout fishing). We began planning this trip back in February, when we were able to take advantage of some $98 round trip tickets to Denver, CO, on Southwest Airlines. And we also all realized that we would all be Covid-19 vaccinated by then.

TPWD – Fly Fishing for Largemouth Bass with Deer Hair Bass Bugs

TPWD - Online presentation about using deer hair bass bugs to target and catch largemouth bass. Spring is an amazing time to fly fish using top water flies. Join TPWD certified Angler Edu Fly Fishing Instructor, Ron Mayfield for this informative presentation about using deer hair bass bugs to catch largemouth bass. Pre-registration is required. All registered participants will receive the Zoom link the day before the event.

Brown and Root Flats – June 19, 2021

We will meet up at 06:45am at the Hwy 361 launch site. Brown & Root flats is a shallow bay of a few thousand acres with water depths of 6” to 2.5 ft when we will be there. Clear water and sight casting are regular here. This, combined with the grassy and sandy bottom keeps the water clear and should allow you the opportunity to sight cast to fish. The numerous spoil islands and some pipelines should provide ample opportunity to explore the area and enjoy a peaceful day of fishing. Be sure and keep your eyes along the prop scars, the fish like to sneak along these. Wade fishing in general has good bottom. If you’re in mud, move out and you will find firmer wading. Google Earth or maps show good details and can help map out a secret strategy

JSSFS 2021, report

The weather didn't cooperate, again, but there were almost 40 people, mostly families, that made the event, in spite of the weather. A lot of fish were caught, but the bite was slow. I don't think anybody was skunked. Quite a few first-timers came out to see what it was all about. Winner of the Event? : Picture below

Speakers-Tuesday, April 27, 2021 Monthly Meeting; TPWD Biologists Will Discuss Damage to the Coastal Fishery as a Result of the Recent Winter Freeze

HAVE YOU BEEN WONDERING IF THE RECENT FREEZE/WEATHER EVENT RESULTED IN A SIGNIFICANT FISH KILL ON THE GULF COAST? At the April Monthly Meeting of the Texas Fly Fishers, to be held via zoom technology beginning at 7:00 pm on Tuesday April 27, two biologists from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Christopher Steffen and … Continue reading Speakers-Tuesday, April 27, 2021 Monthly Meeting; TPWD Biologists Will Discuss Damage to the Coastal Fishery as a Result of the Recent Winter Freeze