Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event: Shoalwater Bay, Charlie's Bait Camp, Seadrift April 10th, 630am Where: Charlie's Bait camp, 4194 Lane Rd, Seadrift, TX 77983 Start Time: Sat, April 10, sunrise End Time: Sat, April 10, 5pm TRIP LEAD: John Eldred
"Due to the incoming tropical depression forecast for this Saturday along with the increased probability of lightning, I feel that it is in our best interest to cancel/postpone the event. We can revisit later in the year and perhaps reschedule then." MFQ 2020-07-22-0900
From Steve E. "I spent this last weekend working at a fly fishing retreat put on by Reel Recovery and Project Healing Waters for vets with cancer near San Antonio. I got to know some of the guys from the Alamo Fly Fishers club. Great bunch of guys. They have a fishing tournament that they … Continue reading 2018 Lydia Ann Fly Masters Tournament
Launch from Charlie's Bait camp, 4194 Lane Rd, Seadrift, TX 77983 Boats and kayaks can easily fish the area. Meet at the launch 30 minutes after sunrise to allow the vampires to go to bed. About 0715. Meet back at the boat ramp at 1600 to see who caught what. More details to follow.
4 people made the trip to Garcitas Creek, the January 2018 outing. A quick check of the water and it was found to be too fresh, so the group moved 5 miles to the Lavaca River boat launch. Garcitas Creek, January 2018 outing, it is happening The day started out cool and fishless, but heated up, both temperature and the bite as the day progressed. Small flies worked better on these winter specks. Here is what our participants had to say with pictures below.
In preparation for the September Garcitas Creek, September 2017 outing Don H, Nilo, and Puck, launched at about 0930 at Latitude : 28.7781, Longitude : -96.69864 and explored the water. Don H. first took us upstream to the predominantly fresh water. There was a ton of bait being smashed in the very first cove we came to, … Continue reading Garcitas Creek scouting 2017-07-20
These are some ideas that I've come across while fishing in the north, in the US Military, and on multiple winter boat rides with fellow Texas anglers. I felt that these were worth sharing as the temperature continues to drop. Layers Base layer should be skin tight and made of a wicking material. This will … Continue reading Ideas for staying warm for Texas winter fly fishing: