The date is Friday afternoon, November 2nd thru Sunday morning, November 4th, 2018. Rendezvous is the result of several fly fishermen gathering to fish and tie flies at the state park many years ago. Continue reading
IMPORTANT NOTE: Terry and Roxanne Wilson plan to be at the meeting early, at approximately 5:30, to tie some of their original bluegill patterns. So, anyone who has the slightest interest in fly tying will not want to miss this opportunity to visit with, observe and/or participate with these gifted fly tyers.
The “750” Deceiver is a pattern originated by Lefty Kreh. It’s tied by Texas FlyFishers’ Chris Sumers. This pattern can also be found in the January 2018 Windknots.
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.
When: 3rd through 5th November
Rendezvous is the result of several fly fishermen gathering to fish and tie flies at the state park many years ago. After a couple of years of growing pains they found North Toledo Bend State Park group facility.
Read more here: Rendezvous 2017 link
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 fish for our local Texas waters. Talk around the table almost always gets into fishing, so feel free to ask questions.
The theme for September 24th is “Redfish flies.”
We will have room for a dozen or so tyers, with room for others to join in.
Start time is 2:00pm and we plan to tie until about 4:00pm held at
Let “Puck” know if you would like to join in. A good headcount ahead of time will make sure we have enough “stuff” available.
Event: Rendezvous 2017
When: 3rd November (2017-11-03) through 5th November (2017-11-05)
Where: North Toledo Bend State Park, 2907 N Toledo Park Rd, Zwolle, LA 71486
Start: 3:00pm Friday (2017-11-03-1500)
End Time: 11:00am Sunday (2017-11-05-1500) Continue reading
I’ve been experimenting with a new material and tied up a few of these. The question I have, what do I throw them in front of? Continue reading