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An innovative way to tie flies with Joe Nicklo

September 1, 2016 General News No Comments

Innovative tier Joe Nicklo will be showing us his Hot Melt Glue system at this years expo. A very creative and effective way of tying. Come see Joe tie in the demonstration area.

Here is an article about his technique. Check it out:

HMG Article

 

Texas Council Expo Booklet and Newsletter

August 30, 2016 General News No Comments

Expo goers and council members. We are sending out the expo booklet ahead of time so you can see the quality and latest information about this years event. There will be a printed version available for everyone who attends as well. Also want to Thank all of this years sponsors, for supporting and attending the Texas Council Expo.

Expo_Booklet PROOF 2016

Also attached is the Fall Edition of the Texas Council Newsletter

TxCncl IFFF-Newsletter Fall 2016

 

Carp A Thon by Texas Fly Fishers

August 19, 2016 General News No Comments

News from the Texas Fly Fishers. Support their efforts to eliminate invasive species.

 

Check out the official tournament here:

Tournament Packet

Women’s Casting Cultivation Class at Destination Texas Expo with Stacy Lynn

August 7, 2016 General News No Comments

Workshop:  Women’s Casting Cultivation – $50

Description:  For the female fly fisher wishing to grow her casting and fishing skills. This class will help you make the casts that catch more and better fish! Exercises for improving accuracy, distance, loop control, line management and wind casting will be utilized.  Your success on the water will blossom once you Cultivate your Cast! Maximum Class Size:  8 Skill Set:  Beyond beginner: angler can cast a quality loop to 30 ft, and has some fishing experience. Equipment Needed:  Any mid-weight outfit (4-8 wt) rigged with a leader and practice fly; 6 weight outfits will be available for use.

Register for this amazing class with Stacy at http://txflyfishexpo.com/workshops/

StacyLynnStacy Lynn –  The sport of Fly Fishing has been central in Stacy’s life since 1995.  Stacy has worked in Central Texas’ best fly shops since that time and is an avid saltwater and freshwater angler. She is an International Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Casting Instructor and a graduate of Joan Wulff’s Fly Fishing Instructor’s School.  She has been an active member of the Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited, Alamo Fly Fishers, Austin Fly Fishers, Rockport Fly Fishers, Texas Fly Fishers, and Texas Women Fly Fishers. She is a Lead Instructor for Texas’ Casting for Recovery program – a weekend fly fishing retreat for women surviving breast cancer – and an organizer for the Lydia Ann Fly Master’s saltwater fly fishing tournament benefiting CfR.  She has been a feature speaker, demonstrator, and instructor at numerous events including Oktoberfisch, The Fly Fishing Show, The Shallow Water Show, Fly Fish Texas, Flat Out Fishing!, TPWD Expo, the Houston Fishing Show, and several FFF Conclaves.  Stacy is the General Manager of Bayou City Angler, the new specialty fly fishing shop in Houston, Texas.  Her favorite Fly Fishing endeavor to date is sight casting in saltwater, especially to Redfish and Tarpon, and her instruction specialty is helping fly casters prepare for the challenging and exciting Saltwater Fly Fishing experience.

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