Lake Bastrop – North Shore Park, Fri-Sun Sept 27-29, 2019 (UPDATE)

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Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event:  Kayak/Canoe/Motorized Boat – Lake Bastrop (Bastrop, Texas)

Trip Description:  Fish Lake Bastrop Fri, Sat, and Sun.  Kayak, canoe, or motorized boat.  Two ONE airstream a/c trailers is reserved for Fri and Sat night, and that trailer is full.  (Lady Bird-spot #60) Day trippers and tent campers are welcome.   We will meet at 630am Fri and Sat at Northshore boat dock.  See below for food arrangements.  Bass and perch.

When:    Fri/Sat/Sun, Sept 27th – 29th, 2019

Where:      603 FM 1441, Bastrop, Texas  78602

How to sign up: Contact John Eldred or evite below

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Kayak/Canoe Lake Raven – Huntsville St Park, Fri – Sat, July 12-13, 2019

Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event:  Kayak/Canoe – Lake Raven

Trip Description:  Fish Lake Raven Fri and/or Sat, or both.  Campsite is reserved if you would like to camp overnight.  Bass and perch.  Very nice, small, non-motorized lake.

When:    Fri/Sat, 12th/13th July 2019

Where:      Huntsville St. Park, Park Road 40 West, Huntsville, Tx.

How to sign up: Contact John Eldred or evite below

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Report out: Lake Raven – Huntsville St Park, Fri, May 3, 2019

TRIP REPORT: A great morning.  Four kayakers arrived at 630am, as planned, and were in the water fishing by ~715am.  Fishing was good, with 13 largemouth bass and over 50 perch caught on top water (VIP poppers and spiders).  Five (5) of the lmb were 3+lbs…nice fish.  Beautiful lake, only a couple other kayaks and one boat. Even had a couple alligator sightings, but no issues.

We got pushed off the water by weather at about 11am….rain started with some thunder in the distance.  Made a good decision and packed up.  But the morning was worth it.

The lake and campground are very nice.  Easy drive from Hou, very nice boat ramp, lots of parking and camping.  A really good weekday trip….never been there on the weekend so hard to comment, but I suspect it gets a little more traffic…..We WILL do it again.  See pictures below:

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Rescheduled: 5th Annual Clark Thornton Memorial San Marcos River Trip, 2019-Oct-5

Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event:  5th Annual Clark Thornton Memorial San Marcos River Trip

When:    5th Oct 2019;  Meet at 8 am, Spencer’s Canoe and Shady Grove Campground

Where:      Headquarters: Spencer Canoe: 9515 FM 1976, Martindale, TX 78655

Pre-Registration MUST be made in advance for camping, kayak rental, or the trip.

How to sign up: Contact Skip Donavan

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South Llano River float trip, 2019, updated 2019-06-12

Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event:  South Llano River float trip
When:     28-29 June, 2019
Where:       171 KC 150, Junction, Tx

Float the South Llano River, targeting Guadalupe Bass, Rio Grand Perch, and feisty sunfish.

Limited to 10 spots in the cabins.  Deposit for lodging locks the spot.  
Tent camping is still available, and encouraged.

I don’t plan to send the E-vite out, but the Evite Link  is active.   Please use it, as it makes it easier for me to track. See below to reserve your spot in a cabin.  River conditions need to be checked a few days before the event.

Start Time:  Friday afternoon 1500

End Time:    Sunday at noon, or as close to it as we can get.

Trip Leader:  Puck
Phone:       2ate1 (dash) 8six5(minus)thirty-two 16
e-mail:     doncpuckett(at)gee-male (dot)com

Trip Description:  See below…

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2018 Lydia Ann Fly Masters Tournament

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 are sponsoring down at Port Aransas on October 27.  We need to add it to our website  and promote it to our club for the saltwater fisherman looking for a late October outing.  I attached the link. http://www.lydiaannflymasters.com. I’m also ccing Nick Scarpinato.  He is the President of the Alamo Fly Fishers in case you want more info.

Cheers,

Steve”

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