Sabine River, generation canal. I've checked the generation schedule and weather for Monday, 2020-08-10, and both are looking good. I'm waiting on a fishing report from Crawford before pulling the trigger and making the trip. I plan to launch my kayak at the "improved" boat launch and fish from the "no-go" wire down to the washtub.
This little guy was caught on the shoreline of a local pond. He and his brothers are targets for the predators. Match the hatch!
New Overnight Reservations to Resume for Summer Trips to Texas State Parks
The COVID-19 is still rampant, we are watching, but done waiting. Restrictions have eased here in Texas. We still need to practice good sanitary practices, but we have now been able to schedule our event. 20th June, 2020. This will be THE Family Friendly Fishing Event of 2020.
Word went out. Six total anglers accepted the invitation. 3 bank walkers 1 kayaker 1 Stand-up paddle board 1 kickboat Weather held for most of the day.
It might be winter here, but it is summertime in New Zealand. Direct flight Houston to Auckland then to Nelson on the north end of South Island. Fishing in New Zealand usually means crystal clear water and casting to fish you see (rather, that the guide sees first). Stealthy approaches, dark fly lines, long leaders … Continue reading Mike Green fishes NZ, 2020
The Lake Bastrop weekend trip was a success. We had six tents with twelve sleeping spots reserved; seven hardy fisherman attended, fishing and spending the night on Friday, and fishing again on Saturday morning. Kayaks and a paddleboard. Friday morning started off rather chilly. Temps right around 35F. It warmed up fairly quickly and was … Continue reading Lake Bastrop Trip Report: Feb 28-29, 2020
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
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
From Joe C. as he was on vacation in Atlanta- First day at Jones Bridge. A beautiful day - cold water - Browns on stoneflies - my niece as my fishing partner. What a day! Second day, today on the Amicalola - North Georgia - a little drizzle and 60°F - water cold - rainbows … Continue reading Joe fishes for trout, in Georgia