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Waco Fly Fishers Meeting

March 3, 2015 General News No Comments

If you live near Waco, come to their next fly fishing meeting on the Baylor campus. I will be sharing my secrets on fishing the Brazos River. Many years ago, I made the Brazos my home, and forever changed my fishing. March 10. Meeting starts at 7, with fly tying before at 6pm. The actual location on campus is the Baylor Science Building. From I35 head east on University Parks and turn right onto Bagby. Stay on Bagby until 2nd and turn right onto 2nd. Turn into the first driveway on your right and park. The Science Building is in sight.

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IF4 Film Show New Braunfels, Texas May 29, 2015

February 12, 2015 General News No Comments

Exciting News!! Exclusive to Texas. The International Federation of Fly Fishers and the Texas Council will be hosting the showing of the IF4 Film Show in New Braunfels on Friday May 29, 2015 at 6pm. Spend the day at the Expo, enjoy some snacks and drinks before attending the show. This show ill NOT be shown anywhere around Texas THIS year. Not to be confused with the FilmTour that will be shown several times around the state. The ONLY time you can see this show in Texas is on the 29th in New Braunfels.


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Texas Councils hosts “Destination Texas – All Fish All Waters”

February 12, 2015 General News No Comments

Ok all, time to put this year’s Texas Council’s Expo on your calendars. May 29-31, with casting workshops on the 28th.


Presentations on Friday, all day Saturday, and more on Sunday. IF4 Film which will be exclusive to this show, tying demonstrations, auction, kayak raffle, banquet dinner with speaker, women’s programs and brunch!! Casting lesson, vendors. Youth on the river programs. So much to do.

Bring the family!! Bring the scout troop, or kids organization. New Braunfels has so much to do.


January 30, 2015 General News 5 Comments


Where: New Braunfels, Texas
When: Thursday, May 28, 2015; 8:00AM – 4:00PM, Registration Closes April 30
What: Course provides an in-depth look at the requirements and expectations for the IFFF Certified Casting Instructor Test. Good teaching practices and concepts in casting mechanics will be discussed. Required casts will be demonstrated. Each student will receive an evaluation of their own casting with suggestions for improvement. Course will cover the newly released CI test which contains a highly revised teaching section.
This level of faculty is rarely, if ever, seen in CI Prep Courses. This will be an outstanding event for those instructors seeking certification.
Cost: $120 for the day-long session with lunch included. Limited enrollment.
• Joe Libeu: CBOG, Former Co-chairman of the Masters Test Committee
• Chuck Easterling: CBOG, Chairman of the Examiner Review Committee,
• Molly Semenik: CBOG, Chairman of the Professional Development Committee
• Steve Hollensed: CBOG, Co-Chairman of the Masters Test Committee

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