Cabela’s is proud to host the League City Tying Team, made up of members from the Texas FlyFishers, Fly Fishers International, and other local anglers. Come join the group at the table and learn about methods, techniques, and tools, as it relates to tying flies to fish our local Texas waters. Talk around the table can get lively, and informative, so feel free to ask questions.
The theme for January 28th is “Sheephead flies.”
Met up with the team at 0600 at the parking lot. There were a grand total of 16 of us ready for this adventure spread out in 7 vehicles.
We headed down the beach at 0640 and was at mile marker 20 at exactly sunrise.
Texas FlyFishers, June 2018 Saltwater Outing
Fence Lake, Rockport, Texas
Saturday morning, we will be ferried to St. Joe’s Island aboard the M/V Skimmer for a day of skinny water kayak & wade fishing in the Fence Lake area. About 3:00 pm, the Skimmer will return to pick us up at the mouth of Fence Lake and take us back to the dock.
How to sign up:
- Evite link needs to be set up
- Email the trip leader
- Sign up at the monthly meeting
This has been one of my more effective flies for the Galveston Bay. So far 5 species have come to hand while I used it.
Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event: Bolivar Marshes – Stingaree Marina
Kayak and/or Boat outing
When: Thursday March 15 – Sunday March 18
Our speakers for the Tuesday, October 31, 2017 monthly meeting will be club youth members Martin Dietz, Orion Drymond and Spence McNamara who will be telling the club about fly fishing “Youth Education Programs” in which they participate and which are available to youngsters interested in fly fishing. Their presentation will cover the USA Youth Fly Fishing Team, an Overview of the Texas Brigade Program and a summary of the 2017 Coastal Brigade Camp.
So, if you know of any youngsters interested in participating in fly fishing activities for young anglers or who are already involved in fly fishing and just want to hear of additional opportunities available to them bring them along – they will enjoy the presentation as will all of the club members who come out to show their support for the youngsters who will be making the presentation. Additionally if you are interested in watching some fly tying before the meeting or just socializing with a friendly group of fly fishing men and women come to the October 31, 2017 monthly meeting. We would be glad to have you and look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Contrary to the name there are now nine different, unique lakes of good size that hold largemouth bass, tiger bass, catfish, black crappie, and bluegill. Catching bass in the three to five pound range is a normal occurrence. Twelve pound bass and channel cats and twelve inch bream have been caught in the last three years.”
When: April 7th, 2018 (2018-04-07-0700)