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
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
Here is the run down for up coming year.
Feb 3, 10, 24, March 2, 9, 16.
These are the beginner dates at Bethany Christian church at 7 pm. March 23 & 30 are make up dates.
Chuck has been at the forefront of The FlatsWorthy movement, an organization spearheaded by a noble group of anglers with the ambitious goal of promoting boating courtesy among all who enjoy our shallow bays. Here are the videos of his presentation: https://vimeo.com/388138639 https://vimeo.com/388148139 https://vimeo.com/388156620 https://texasflyfishers.org/2020/01/01/monthly-meeting-speaker-january-28-2020-chuck-naiser/
This is an ongoing work of making the "Windknots" archive available to the public. So far all of the 2000-2010 issues that we have on hand are here, as listed below, from newest to oldest. Have fun with these, and let us know what you think: Windknots-October-2008 Windknots-December-2007 Windknots-July-2007 Windknots-September-2006 Windknots-July-2006 Windknots-June-2006 Windknots-March-2006 Windknots-February-2006 … Continue reading Windknots archive, 2000 through 2010
This is an ongoing work of making the "Windknots" archive available to the public. So far all of the 1980's that we have on hand are here, as listed below, from newest to oldest. Have fun with these, and let us know what you think: Windknots-March-1993 Windknots-April-1990 Windknots-February-1990 Windknots-January-1990 Windknots-December-1989 Windknots-November-1989 Windknots-October-1989 Windknots-August-1989 Windknots-July-1989 … Continue reading Windknots archive, 1980’s and 1990’s
After almost 10 years, I realize that I just don't make as many cork poppers as I once did. I plan to bring this to the January meeting. Contact me if you want part, or all, of these.