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Texas Council Winter Newsletter

December 22, 2018 General News No Comments

Texas Council Members and Followers. Sharing our winter newsletter for you to enjoy during the holiday season. To tight lines, and new fly fishing gear!!!

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Texas Council FFI Fall Newsletter

September 22, 2018 General News No Comments

The Texas Council is super excited to share our Fall Newsletter.

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Hope you enjoy.

Want to to personally Thank our Board of Directors, our support from groups who are advertising with us, and you the member of our council who make things happen.

Sincerely,

The Texas Council

 

North Toledo Bend Rendezvous November 2 – 4

September 16, 2018 General News No Comments

For 30 years fly tyers and their families from across Texas, Louisiana and the deep South have been gathering each fall on the shores of Toledo Bend to tie flies and talk fishing, while enjoying good cooking and marvelous company.

This year’s date is Friday afternoon, November 2nd thru Sunday morning, November 4th, 2018.

“Rendezvous” is the result of a number of fly tyers from Texas and Louisiana gathering to fish and tie flies at the state park.Upon finding the park’s group facilities, establishing this yearly gathering was a no-brainer. So, for 30 years fly tyers and their families have been coming.

There are no programs or events. We just set up and tie with our friends. Tie as much or as little as you like. You can help in the kitchen, practice casting with instructors, fish in the large protected bay, spend time on the large porch, hike through the beautiful park or tie continually. Your time is yours to spend as you like.

Many folks have been coming for years and years, while each year new attendees walk through the doors, many of whom are beginners.There is no better venue in the country to learn to tie. from a host of excellent master tyers, nor is there an event that welcomes newcomers more.

And what a facility indeed! A capacity of 150 people in 5 heated log bunkhouses (30 beds each), a heated central shower and restroom building with nice night lighting on all the sidewalks and a large main log building with A/C, a commercial kitchen, dining hall, large fireplace, a long front porch, picnic tables and a large barbecue trailer out front.

For more information: http://pages.suddenlink.net/w/Rendez/indexR.html

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Welcome to the Texas Council!! The Texas Council was formedĀ  to unify the clubs in our state. Texas was previously divided with the northern clubs belonging to the Southern Council and the rest of the state belonging to the Gulf Coast Council. A unified state is beneficial in many ways that will support and grow fly fishing in Texas.

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