Fish Lake Bastrop in the winter; Fri/Sat, Feb 28-29. Kayak, canoe, or motorized boat. Three tent campsites have been reserved for Friday, Feb 28th. (#80, #81, #82) LCRA "canvas" tents and cots are available for 12 people (6 tents, 12 cots). We will meet at 6:30 am Fri and Sat at the Northshore boat dock. Pot luck Friday night. (Bring a side dish) Breakfast Sat morning on your own.
The Texas Fly Fishers will be holding a casting clinic for club members on Saturday, March 28, 2020. Federation of Fly Fishers International Certified Instructors will be on hand for the clinic. Details pertaining to the clinic are as follows: Date: Saturday March 28, 2020 Time/hours: 9 am to 11 am (participants should have their … Continue reading Casting Clinic March 28, 2020
A former member of the club, before he moved away, Crawford P. invited us up to fish during the week, so I passed the word out to those folks I thought could go. He could handle at max 5 people, so I tried to target anglers that had kayaks, and could fish mid-week. John E. … Continue reading TFF was invited to fish the Sabine River
At the March 24, 2020 monthly meeting the featured speaker will be Patrick Berry, President and CEO of Fly Fishers International.Fly Fishers International (FFI) has been going through a major transformation over the last two years. As part of that transformation, Patrick Berry was hired as the President and CEO of Fly Fishers International. Patrick … Continue reading Monthly Meeting Speaker March 24, 2020; Patrick Berry
As discussed at the meeting last night, the Port of Corpus Christi has plans for a series of projects on or related to Harbor Island at Port Aransas including, a terminal for loading Very Large Crude Carriers and dredging the ship channel to 75 feet. The ecological impact of these projects and other related projects … Continue reading Harbor Island Projects and the Port Aransas Conservancy
Our next club meeting is Tuesday February 11 and will feature our own Dan Shivers sharing his visits to fish hatcheries in Washington State. - Dan Shivers started fishing as a young kid whenever his family would visit Galveston. He bought his first fly rod when he was about 12. He didn't have anybody to … Continue reading 2020 February meeting, Fish hatcheries, by Dan Shivers
We sure would love to get your club involved to help with things like mentoring new fly fishers on the ponds, fly tying, hosting a table and advertising about your club for people attending from the area.
The weather guessers got it wrong again. The rain started before sunrise and chilled the air long before we got on the water. The temp never did get above 50°F. The 4 of us tried to dress warm, with varying degrees of success. Fishing was slow, but there were fish to be caught. The flies … Continue reading Nueces River trip, 2020-02-05
A quick post to say that the TFF trout in the classroom project is off to a great start - all our eggs have now hatched and the fry are free swimming and feeding well! Matt Blyth
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