At the Tuesday, November 26, 2019 monthly meeting of the Texas Fly Fishers, long time club members, Jerry Brown and Raymond Lindeen will share details and pictures from their recent trip to fish the Missouri River in Montana. The picture presentation will cover the journey to get there, the accommodations and terrain, and of course lots of fish pictures. In that regard, Jerry and Raymond were fishing with Captain Jeff Johnson who has been a strong supporter of the Texas Fly Fishershttp://firstcastoutfitters.com
So, if you are interested in learning more about the fly fishing world, if you are interested in watching some fly tying before the meeting or are just interested in socializing with a friendly group of fly fishing men and women come to the November 26, 2019 monthly meeting. We would be glad to have you and look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Date: Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Time: Meeting Time 7-9 pm
Place: Bayland Community Center
Houston, Texas 77074
I work for the Wounded Warrior Project, am a disabled Veteran myself and I am inquiring on group pricing rates for an introductory class for 10 Warriors.
Could you please provide me with pricing? I work in the Houston area, have done some fly fishing and realize the therapeutic value of our Warriors being exposed to fly fishing. If this is as popular as I believe it will be then I would want to host it as a reoccurring event to be held once quarterly. Thank you for your time.
Park Drive, Suite 100
20 total anglers. Fish were caught, but it was a very slow catch rate. A good time was had by all that were there.
Oktberfisch is a fly fishing festival that was started by the Fredericksburg Fly Fishers. There are vendors, educational opportunities, and of course, fishing. It is held in October every year in Junction, Texas at an RV park on on either the North or South Llano River for a number of years.
This year’s Oktoberfisch was October 18-20. It was well attended and the weather and fishing were great.
The Fredericksburg Fly Fishers have asked for other fly fishing clubs to collaborate with them in planning and putting on next year’s Oktoberfisch. We at TFF are accepting that offer and are putting together a committee to collaborate with the folks at FFF for next year. Based on conversations I had at Oktoberfisch, I am expecting other clubs especially, in Central Texas to follow suit. If anyone is interested in joining the committee, please contact Steve Edwards at email@example.com.
Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event: Kayak/Canoe/Motorized Boat – Lake Bastrop (Bastrop, Texas)
Trip Description: Fish Lake Bastrop in the winter; Fri/Sat, Jan 10-11. Kayak, canoe, or motorized boat. Three tent campsites have been reserved for Friday, Jan 10th. (#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.
When: Fri/Sat Jan 10-11, 2020
Where: 603 FM 1441, Bastrop, Texas 78602
How to sign up: Contact John Eldred or evite below
The casting instruction scheduled to be offered before the October 29, 2019 meeting has been cancelled. However, pre-meeting casting instruction will be offered between 5:30 and 6:30, outside the meeting building, before the November 26th meeting, as previously announced.
The November edition of the Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine urges voters to support constitutional Proposition 5 which would dedicate sales taxes from the sales of sporting goods to TPWD and the Historical Commission. “Dedicated appropriations would ensure a reliable and predictable source of funding to not only keep state parks and historical sites safe and in working order but also allow the two agencies to provide new outdoor recreational opportunities to meet the demands of a growing state.”
Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event: Bolivar Marshes – Stingaree Marina
MUST HAVE: Kayak and/or Boat (or ride with someone in their boat)
When: Thursday, April 2 – Sunday, April 5
October 9, 2019
To Our Baffin Bay Rod and Gun Family and Friends,
Last Thursday, October 3, 2019, our beloved Captain Aubrey Black passed away unexpectedly. Capt. Sally is devastated and there is no way that mere words can begin to express the sadness that we are all experiencing at this time. We are all very thankful and humbled by the outpouring of support from our friends and longtime clients, it means the world to us.