Bill Johnson Tue, Aug 20, 11:56 AM (3 days ago) to Texas FlyFishers
Fishing the Pecos River at about 7,500 ft elevation at 18 miles above Pecos NM. Weather is 60 to 75 deg. With a rain shower every afternoon. Have caught and released over 30 trout, but no Rio Grande cut throats….
Kept and ate a few rainbows for dinner. Caught some lovely Browns which have naturalized up here to the detriment of the native cuthroats.Great place to be when Texas is too hot to fish.
I will be meeting a new member at the boat ramp between 0630 and 0700, on 2019-07-23.
Last weekends’ outing was such a success that I want another shot at those bass.
I fished two days last week on the Nueces River in Camp Wood.
On July 9, Tom Strawther and I fished the San Marcos River with
Kevin Hutchison ( http://hillcountryflyfishers.com/).
We floated the River from San Marcos River Retreat to Spencer Canoe.
Just because you aren’t able to make the 5 hour trip to the South Llano this weekend doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of our local waters.
So far I’ve had 4 people contact me about fishing locally this weekend. I had to decline as I’m out west.
Post up on here, or another forum, and get these guys on the water!
We weren’t able to fish the salt water due to the weather, so a few of us, John E., Steve, E. and “Puck,” headed up to Bastrop to check out the fishing.
Gary won the bid on one of the trips to Damon 7 Lakes and Monday, 2019-06-10, was the day we could fish together.
Over 50 fish came to hand, on a variety of flies.
Eric won one of the trips to Damon 7 Lakes and today, 2019-06-09, was the day we could fish together.
Over 50 fish came to head, most of them on topwaters, VIPs, spiders, poppers, etc.
Using a topwater fly, Jared M. was able to boat 14 fish in a short time. As the water warms up, the fish are going to start feeding even better.
Left Katy and the temperature was 41°F.
Reached the launch and the temperature had dropped to 34°F