May 28, 2013 General News 1 Comment

A lot of out Texas clubs have been busy teaching this year. Recently the Dallas Fly Fishers taught two TPWD Fly Fishing Classes. The first one was at the Carrollton Senior Center. They went there thinking that they were going to have 8 students but when they showed up they had 23. The students ranged in age from early grade school kids to as Jere Anderson put it “the rest looked like the teaching team”. The next week DFF went to Dallas Baptist University and taught a class on Monday and followed up on Tuesday by taking the students to the Freshwater Fishery Center to let them test out the skills they learned and try to catch a fish on a fly rod.



Thanks to Richard Johnson and Jere Anderson for being so dedicated to fly fishing education.

On June 15th the Red River Fly Fishers will be having their first Learn to Fly Fish Event at Eisenhower State Park.  For more information go to

We are planning a TPWD Angler Ed Instructor Course for sometime in July. The class will be taught by the Red River Fly Fishers and will more than likely be taught at Eisenhower State Park.
Anyone who might be interested in becoming certified as an Instructor please email Jerry Hamon at  so we can get you on the list.


Shannon Drawe to FWFFers

May 26, 2013 General News 4 Comments

Come see Shannon Drawe at the next Fort Worth Fly Fishers meeting on the 4th of June. Shannon will work with us on how to catch carp on the flats of one of our favorite lakes, Ray Roberts. He will start off with a  fly tying demonstration, and then will demonstrate how to catch carp on the flats.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Read more about and where we meet at!/events/357844627672157/

CCI Instructor Course

May 26, 2013 General News No Comments

6/13/2013 – 6/14/2013 CCI Instructor Course

New Braunfels, TX(map)
Jim Bass of North Texas Fly Fishing School is conducting a FFF CCI course.  Advance registration is required and course cost is $200 plus expenses.Please contact Dan Cowan ( for details.

Caddo Conclave 2013

May 20, 2013 General News No Comments

If you did not go, you missed a great one. Fun time. Friends, fly fishing, tying, presentations, food, and more!!! Raffles, and lots of stuff to buy. Great job Mike, the East Texas Fly Fishers, and the North Louisianna Fly Fishers for a great weekend. My 1st time to Caddo, and it did not disappoint. Ken Bohannon did a great lesson on stacking deer hair, and on Saturday there were awesome presentations from Tom and Bruce, tying, TFO team showing off rods and providing casting instructions, kayak demos and so much more. You all have to start attending these awesome events!!! So much can be learned and new friends can be made. Oh, and there is some fishing that can be squeezed in to!!

First time to witness the issue with Giant Salvinia at Caddo lake. That stuff is nasty. We should so help out, anyway we can. A conservation nightmare that stuff is. More to come on that.



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