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 if anyone has any questions, please contact me at wem(at)mail(dot)com.
I hope you all can come and join us for a fun relaxing weekend.
Thanks so much,
Gama B10S size 2
Size “A” rod wrapping thread, brown
Shrimp eyes, prepared earlier
Green Krystal flash
Come enjoy a fun filled day of: Fly Tying Casting Instructions, Demonstrations, Travel Presentations, Rod Building Area, Fishing Information and the Casting Games along with drawing for Prizes at Terrace United Methodist Church, 1203 Wirt Road, Houston, Texas 77055
The Texas FlyFishers Present 10th Annual Summer Mini Fly Fishing Exposition
Saturday, August 24, 2019, 8:30 am until 4:30 pm
The Mini Expo has something for every fly fisher…
Beginner, intermediate or expert!
Mini Expo Tri Fold Flier 2
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 of the contestants. The Iron Fly tyers will have 15 minutes to select their materials, return to their tying station and design their pattern. Once the time has elapsed, the tying begins.
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
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.
After spending a few minutes working with a pattern for the bass and bluegill, here are the results Continue reading