Limited to 8 spots in the cabins. Deposit for lodging locks the spot.
Tent camping is still available, and encouraged.
I don’t plan to send the E-vite out, but it is active. Please use it, as it makes it easier for me to keep a headcount. See below to reserve your spot in a cabin. River conditions need to be checked a few days before the event.
Start Time: Friday afternoon 1500
End Time: Sunday at noon, or as close to it as we can get.
Trip Leader: Puck
Phone: 2ate1 (dash) 8six5(minus)thirty-two 16
e-mail: doncpuckett(at)gee-male (dot)com
Trip Description: See below…
Day 1: The first meeting of the trip will be at: Bon Ton Roulet Cabins, 171 KC 150, Junction, Texas, 76849
We’ll meet at this area getting our casting skills honed, and practicing with various flies. Bratwurst on the grill for dinner at our camp.
Day 2: Launch from second crossing US-377 down to KC150. This is just a little over 3 miles of water, and is very easy to get a lot of good fishing in.
Start: 30.362156, -99.889391 End: 30.393194,-99.88180
How to sign up (Limited to 8 cabin beds, but tent camping is available):
- Evite link here
- Email the trip leader
- If we are lucky, sign up at a meeting
How to get waiver forms: Required Waiver of Liability, see below, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information.
Your food, water, and transportation
To reserve your spot you need to get your Lodging/camping fees to the trip leader. ($25 to reserve your spot, and this is non-refundable)
Directions: : Bon Ton Roulet Cabins, 171 KC 150, Junction, Texas, 76849
About the area:
Southwest Paddlers description
Texas Kayak Fisher’s description
• Member dues are current!
• Waiver of Liability, filled out and signed, along with emergency contact information. (see above)
• Extra change of dry clothes
• Wind and/or water proof jacket
• Lunch, Water, snacks
• Sunscreen and Mosquito Repellent
• Hat, Polarized Glasses
• First Aid Kit
• Drinking water!
Canoe or kayak
Neoprene or canvas boots to prevent burned feet and allow wading on rocky bottoms
3-7 wt fly rod with floating line
GPS with spare batteries
Rain gear (check the weather)
Yellow spider, size 6-12
Miss Prissy or similar small popper
PGPP, size 8-12
S1B, size 6-10
Hare-E, size 10
Squirrelly, size 12
Dark Wooly bugger size 6-12
And I’m sure the list will grow when a few folks read this and make their own recommendations.
Recommended guidelines for participants:
• Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
• If inexperienced, then buddy up.
• Have proper safety equipment
• If you are boating or kayaking, inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times.
• Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place.
Lodging: Reservations are confirmed for Texas FlyFishers for this adventure. Electricity, A/C, heater, ceiling fan and a refrigerator. Outside you’ll find a BBQ grill and picnic table. Final cost for lodging will be split between participants. Expected to be less than $200/person.
Lodging assignments (Deposits received) :
Work in progress as of 2021-03-1700
Cabin 2: Larry Mc and Howard F
Cabin 1: Nilo, Puck, John, and Fran.
Camping: Tom S. and Glen W.
NO air mattresses! Air mattresses will go flat.
Tent camping is available, and highly encouraged.
If we run out of beds on this event, bring a tent, or arrange for lodging in the local motels. Or put a refundable deposit down for a “waiting list”