2 open spots on the Chetumal Fishing Trip Sept 28-Oct 4, 2022 Details here: https://texasflyfishers.org/2022/03/30/chetumal-fishing-trip-sept-28-oct-4-2022-quintana-roo-mexico/ If you are interested, please contact Ron Mayfield at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. The cover photo is from their website: Fly Fishing Chetumal
Taylor Guest, TFF's Saltwater Outings Chairman, will lead a trip on Sat, April 30th to Lost Lake and Lost River Marsh for boaters and kayakers. We will meet at the Hugo Point Boat Ramp around 6:00 AM. Taylor will be there a little earlier if anyone wants to get an early start. Hugo Point Boat Ramp - Hugo Point County Park, Hugo Park Rd, Baytown, TX 77523 Please respond to the Evite or email Taylor to let him know if you plan to attend: email@example.com
Day trip with kayaks. Contact "Puck" for details.
My take aways from this past weekend is: Be very patient and try not to hurry shots. I found that if I had a fish that was fairly close and not spooked, toss the fly out leading by 5-8 feet at the distance needed and wait, stripping only once the fish is in range. This saved me many blown shots.
There be many trips for redfish before I ever have another experience as these 2 days (if ever). The redfish fishery on the middle Texas coast is strong ( there has been some great trips this summer for myself and friends). Practice catch and release, you don’t always have to keep the limit but please enjoy some of your catch if you wish.Read more
Texas fly fisherman catches potential world-record blue catfish
Fish were caught. Fun was had. 7 was a great size, everyone had 2 per room except 1 single. Group dynamics were very good. 10 – 15 winds most of the time Total of ~ 2 hrs of light rain during fishing hours. Rained hard the 2nd night for a few hours. No injuries with lots of smiles.
Fishing was extremely slow. There were pogies and mullet in the surf, but nothing was eating them. No birds were working all the way down to about mile marker 50
New Overnight Reservations to Resume for Summer Trips to Texas State Parks
I am planning a Tues, May 19 San Luis Pass kayak day trip. I will be there appx 7 am and plan to fish the "flats" and Titlam/Tatlam channel area. Not venturing too too far from the dock area. Not an "official TFF trip", just wanting to see the water. Give me a shout on … Continue reading San Luis Pass – Tues, May 19