I have for sale a Ross Canyon BG-4 fly reel (7-9 wt.) with a spare spool. Both spools are filled with backing and one has a Rio wf8f line and the other has a sink tip line. The Canyon is a large arbor reel and has one of the best drags available.
I am offering two Scientific Anglers Mastery series fly reels for sale, one is an 8/9 weight and the other is a 10 /11wt. The 10/11 wt reel is loaded with Mastery Series wf10 s line and the 8/9 reel has a clear tip line that I cannot identify. Both reels are loaded with 20# backing.
Due to high winds and incoming cold front, the event “Prison Permit Invitational, 2019” is postponed.
Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event: Prison Permit Invitational (If you didn’t get your invitation, contact the trip leader “Golden”)
When: Postponed. New date 16th of March
I bought 4 colors of these rugs (30″X 20″) for $20 each.
I have way more of these 4 colors than I need.
On February 11, 2019, Joe French, Dennis Auger, Nicolas Lestrer and Joe Nicklo travelled to South Louisiana with hopes and expectations of fooling those wily big bull red fish with feathers and tinsel at the end of a 30-pound leader … and with the help of two seasoned guides.
When: July 20, 2019 (One day tournament)
Where: Pendleton Park 1427 Morgan Blvd, Harlingen, TX 78550, United States
Start Time: 2019-07-19-1800, (6pm, 19th of July, 2019) [registration]
End Time: 2019-07-20-1500
Costs: $65 for current Non-Members of LMFFA,
$20 for current LMFFA members
Trip Leader (see below for contacts): John Eldred and Don “Puck” Puckett
Trip Description: We will join the Laguna Madre Fly Fishing Association for their Annual Magoo Fly Fishing One (1) Day Tournament. This is a CPR event.
See flyer below
Trip is cancelled. Garcitas Creek, Rescheduled to Feb 16, 2019
Our scout, Don H., states that the water is high and muddy, with more water coming from upstream.
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.
3 of us made it to Shoalwater, and launched from Charlie’s Bait Camp. The water was clean and there was no wind. Temperatures were absolutely perfect.
No fish came to hand. No fish or bait were seen. Birds were on the shore, napping.
Talked to Walter R. yesterday and he tells us that the water is high, not giving the white bass a place to “hole up”. He told us also that the river in his area that is holding fish is not very kayak friendly. I suggest moving this to Harmon Creek. We can still find fish, and no need for lodging.