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.
The Deadhead Minnow By Casey Smartt A few years ago, I began experimenting with techniques to create a large cigar-shaped baitfish pattern made from craft fur. The goal was to tie a round-bodied pattern that was neutrally buoyant… something like a fly-version of a Corky lure. I could clearly visualize this fly in my mind, … Continue reading The Deadhead Minnow, edited
I just wanted to personally invite you and your club members and families to attend Rendezvous for a great weekend. Your donation and several other clubs too have allowed us to reduce our weekend fee to just $40. Please send our website: http://flycasting.bravesites.com out so everyone knows about Rendezvous. Everything is detailed on it but … Continue reading Rendezvous November 1-3
FotM Foam Popper Bug May2017
A simple shrimp fly from just a few materials. It casts well, and pushes water like a seaducer. Recipe: Gama B10S size 2 Size “A” rod wrapping thread, brown Shrimp eyes, prepared earlier Green Krystal flash Coyote fur Head cement
Come enjoy a fun filled day of: Fly Tying Casting Instructions and Demonstrations Travel Presentations Rod Building Area Fishing Information Casting Games Drawing for Prizes at Terrace United Methodist Church, 1203 Wirt Road, Houston, Texas 77055
The Iron Fly Tying Skills Contest As adopted by the Texas FlyFishers What is The Iron Fly? Based on the premise similar to the cable TV cooking show The Iron Chef, the Iron Fly is similar in nature but, with fly tying instead of food. We start with a common selection of materials for all … Continue reading The Iron Fly, Tying Skills Contest
VIP: Hook: Gamakatsu B10S size 4 and 6 Thread: 210 denier (6/0 or larger) Undertail: Flex floss or lumaflex, rosy pink, Or krystal flash, Gold, pearlescent, or copper Tail: Deer body hair, Olive, natural, brown, olive, black, or yellow Body: 6mm closed cell foam, Red, black, orange, chartreuse, or yellow Eyes: 7mm or 8mm dolls eyes, yellow or white Adhesive: Cyanoacrylate or E6000 Not only is this fly great for red fish but it's also proved deadly for bass!
FOTM Common Craw Mar 2019
I found that LMB anglers love to use the Wacky Worm, and it seems to work for them. This smaller version hits the water with a light splash and has great action as it is twitched. Recipe Size 10 Mustad 3366 Size "A" rod wrapping thread, brown Extra small dumbbell eyes Tan mop material (you … Continue reading Wacky worm, mop fly, instructions