Membership

Membership Applications

Membership dues for Texas FlyFishers cover the Club fiscal year – from 01 July through 30 June. Our dues have been unchanged for the last fifteen years and are:

  • Indivdual Member &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp $24.00
  • Family Membership &nbsp&nbsp $32.00
  • Student Membership &nbsp $16.00

New members that join after the first of August can prorate their payment for the number of months between the month they join and the end of June, inclusive. As an example of a new member joining in September: September through and including June is 10 months, therefore an individual membership would be 10/12*$24.00 = $20.00 .

This year we have added a PayPal payment option for those of you that prefer the convenience of electronic payment. You do not need a PayPal account to use this feature and can pay with your credit card. Using PayPal means that the club website does not have access to any of your billing information. If you are not comfortable with electronic payment systems please use the conventional SnailMail option.


SnailMail

Renewals Use this form for Renew Membership. Please indicate your FFF membership status. Remember to save the receipt for your records.

New Members Use this form for New Membership. Please indicate your FFF membership status. Remember to prorate your dues and save the receipt for your records.


PayPal

Based on requests from members we have added PayPal as an option for renewing your membership and paying your dues.  Select the appropriate  link below:

New and Renewing Individual membership 

New and Renewing Family membership

Student membership

 

11 thoughts on “Membership

  1. Would like to join the organization. Interested in trips to LA and Caribbean or other designations. I am a very experienced saltwater fly fisherman.

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    • Hey Neil you found the right place. We have a good group of “Salties”, who like you, love the idea of traveling to the hot spots for their action. Winter fishing over in Louisiana is awesome and there are quite a few guys chomping at the bit to go. Does the Laguna Madre wet you whistle? Well then WELCOME BROTHER! Look me up at the Mini Expo at the end of this month. You’ll see what we’re all about and a great opportunity to meet like minded anglers!

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  2. Big into trout fishing. Recently took a job in Houston and found myself trapped by stagnant warm water and salt water. Having trouble catching many bass on the fly. You guys do much freshwater close to Houston? Recent college grad here, unable to afford the big trips.

    Thanks.

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    • Mitchell. This club has plenty of freshwater activities during the course of the year. Look at the Freshwater Outings and Freshwater Forum section for a flavor of that. Joining the club will get you on our mailing list which will get meeting, event, outing and newsletters sent your way. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook and you’ll get everything that posts to the website sent your way. There is an upcoming outing at the Seven Lakes bass fishing club in October that might be a good introduction to the club. For the trout fisherman in you, we have the Guadalupe near New Braunfels that’s popular with some. Good during November – March. Come to the club’s summer mini expo at the end of the month. Details will be posted some time next week.

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  3. Hey everyone, I relocated to Houston from OKC a couple of weeks ago. I’m dying to go fly fishing out in the saltwater, but have NO IDEA what I’m doing.

    I was stationed at Ft. Lewis (back when it was still called Ft. Lewis) and spent my time there fishing for salmon, steelhead, and trout up and down the coastal rivers. Back in Oklahoma I spent a lot of time unsuccessfully fishing for hatchery trout in the Blue, Mountain Fork and Illinois rivers. I’m looking forward to learning about the marine species down here, and I’m eager to get to it.

    I signed up for the Fence Lake trip in June, but I don’t want to wait that long. If anyone wants to show a new guy the ropes, please let me know. I’m free most weekends, and can even try to make it out after work during the week if traffic isn’t that bad (I get out at 3pm).

    Thanks, and I’ll leave my contact info below!
    Josh
    405.905.4921

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  4. Good afternoon gents! I am a returning member. It has been a number of years since I was last a member. I worked overseas for a few years then when I returned I didn’t fish much so I did not re-up my membership.
    I am now getting the itch to do some more fishing and have a question about dues. I will probably do a family membership but I see that they renew at the end of June. Should I pro-rate that now then re-up for the full amount in June or just pay the full amount now??

    Thanks guys and hope to see you on the water soon!

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  5. Hello All,

    What do the different categories, individual and family, actually include? Looking forward to re-upping as its been a while. Thanks, Mark

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