Latest update on the festival.
When: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Where: 3223 Westheimer Road, Houston 77098 – Google Map
For those of you who have been asking, there is a schedule of presentations included in the link provided below.
Texas FlyFishers’ member Chris Bruttig is looking for interested members to join him on a fishing trip on horseback to the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico in July 2017.
Here’s Chris’ invitation…
I am putting together a horse packing trip into the Gila Wilderness for Gila Trout .We would be departing near Cliff Dwelling New Mexico. It would be a total of 8 days on the trail.
When: Thursday, October 27th at 7PM
Where: River Oaks Theatre 2009 West Gray St., Houston 77019 (Google Map link)
Doors open at 7:00p
Film starts at 7:30p
Get your tickets a Bayou City Angler. Tickets are $25 – available here .
Learn about the Providence Film project and watch the film trailer.
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Welcome again to the North Toledo Bend Rendezvous! The date is Friday afternoon, November 4th thru Sunday morning, November 6th, 2016. Rendezvous is the result of several fly fishermen gathering to fish and tie flies at the state park many years ago. After a couple of years of growing pains they found the park’s group facility. And what a facility indeed!
A capacity of 150 people in 5 heated log bunkhouses (30 beds each), a heated central shower and restroom building with nice night lighting on all the sidewalks and a large main log building with A/C, a commercial kitchen, dining hall, fireplace, a long front porch, picnic table and a large barbecue trailer out front.
Time to pre-register for Carp-a-thon 2016
There are some great prizes for participants in the tournament:
Details and registration information are found on the Carp-a-thon page.
Hosted by Kevin Hutchinson of Hill Country Fly Fishers
When: September 24, 2016
Where: San Marcos River at Martindale TX.
Trip leader: Skip Donovan – email Contact Skip by email for details.
About the outing: Fish the day away with Hill Country expert guide Kevin Hutchinson, for bass, bluegill and other native species, all the while enjoying a peaceful float down the tranquil waters of the San Marcos River.