Port Aransas Jetties Night Fishing – Aug 21-22, 2021 – CANCELLED

Texas Flyfishers are heading to the North Jetty at Port Aransas for a night of fishing. Boat departure is 4 pm on Saturday, 8/21 with a return to the dock on Sunday morning 8/22. We will be fishing on both the rock jetties and the beach front of San Jose Island. Lots of fish species to target with the most plentiful being: trout, reds, ladyfish and Spanish mackerel. We can also target the big stuff: tarpon, bull reds, jack crevalle, king mackerel, snook. We will take the jetty boat to and from xx to the North Jetty. The last jetty boat leaves the dock at 4 pm on Saturday and first return trip is 9 am on Sunday. Location of the jetty boat is Port Aransas Fisherman’s Warf – 900 Tarpon St, Port Aransas, TX 78373 (361-749-5448). Contact Trip leader: Scott Fossum See TFF Website for details.

Fish the Colorado River at Bastrop with Kevin Hutchison, June 26

June 26: Fish the Colorado River at Bastrop with Kevin Hutchison

If you have ever thought about fishing the Colorado River, this is the trip for you.  On this trip, we will be led by and will tag along with Hill Country Fly Fishers guide, Kevin Hutchison. We will be fishing mainly for bass and brim. Each participant will receive a fly box with flies courtesy of our host, Kevin Hutchison (Hill Country Fly Fishers).  The trip also includes a first class riverside catered lunch.
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Brown and Root Flats – June 19, 2021

We will meet up at 06:45am at the Hwy 361 launch site. Brown & Root flats is a shallow bay of a few thousand acres with water depths of 6” to 2.5 ft when we will be there. Clear water and sight casting are regular here. This, combined with the grassy and sandy bottom keeps the water clear and should allow you the opportunity to sight cast to fish. The numerous spoil islands and some pipelines should provide ample opportunity to explore the area and enjoy a peaceful day of fishing. Be sure and keep your eyes along the prop scars, the fish like to sneak along these. Wade fishing in general has good bottom. If you’re in mud, move out and you will find firmer wading. Google Earth or maps show good details and can help map out a secret strategy