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TroutFest 2015!!!!

January 15, 2015 General News No Comments

GRTU hosts TroutFest 2015!!! An awesome expo with so much talent. Frank Smethurst as guest speaker. Don’t miss this great opportunity!!!

http://www.grtutroutfest.org/

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Custom Rod Builders Guild Second Annual North Texas workshop

January 14, 2015 General News No Comments

The Custom Rod Builders Guild will host our second annual North Texas workshop Feb. 27-Mar 1. We would like to invite any interested Texas fly fishers who want to learn to build custom rods or improve their rod building skills. This is a great chance to build quality rods, and meet new fly fishing enthusiasts.

Dallas Regional Event 2015 Flyer

Trout Days Hosted by Alamo Fly Fishers

January 7, 2015 General News No Comments

Trout Days, Camp Chalk Bluff , January 17. Freshly stocked with rainbow trout and largemouth black bass. Enjoy great fishing, great camaraderie, a great meal and great prizes. Come Join the Alamo Fly Fishers as they host this great annual event.

When
Sat Jan 17, 2015

Where
1108 Chalk Bluff Road Uvalde, Texas, Camp Chalk Bluff

https://www.google.com/maps?q=1108+Chalk+Bluff+Road+Uvalde,+Texas,+Camp+Chalk+Bluff+&hl=en

Interested contact the Alamo Fly Fishers

http://alamoflyfishers.org/

Texas Fly Fishers host Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Festival

January 7, 2015 General News No Comments

Texas FlyFishers
Houston, Texas

Dear Fellow Fly Tyer,
It’s that time of year again. On Saturday, February 7th, 2015, the Texas FlyFishers will
host the 23rd Annual Dr. Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Festival and I would like to extend you an
invitation to be part of this great event. The Festival will take place in the auditorium at
the Bethany Christian Church, 3223 Westheimer Road in Houston, Texas, from 8:30 am
to 4:30 pm, with lunch and refreshments provided. Joining us at this year’s Festival will
be Drew Chicone, author of Feather Brain – Developing, Testing and Improving
Saltwater Fly Patterns, to share some of the techniques outlined in his book as well as
teaching us how to tie some of the unique patterns illustrated in this and his other books,
Redfish Flies, Snook Flies, Essential Bonefish Flies-Andros and, Essential Permit Flies.
To find out more about Drew, his books and some of his patterns, check out his website,
SaltyFlyTying at www.saltyflytying.com
From its humble beginnings in 1993, the Festival has grown into one of the areas premier
events, consistently attracting the top fly tiers from all over the country. This event could
not be the success it is without the participation of tyers like you. With your support, it is
our hope that the Fly Tying Festival will continue to grow in size and reputation. Please
make plans on being of this great event.
Regards,
Chris Sumers
Event Chairman
Please send in your RSVP By January 5, 2015 to Raymond Lindeen at
raymond@houstonanalytical.com or, to me at Christopher.sumers@halliburton.com

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