Caddo Conclave

Caddo Conclave. May 17, 18 & 19. Caddo Lake State Park. Presentations, tying, casting, fishing, kayaking, EATING, and so much more. Interested? Contact Mike Hawkins at

Caddo Lake State Park

Hosted by the East Texas Fly Fishers


World Championship Bass on the Fly Tournament

4th Annual Bass on the Fly Tournament at Lake Fork. May the 11th. Great tournament on the best bass lake in Texas!!! Tons of prizes. Loads of activities.

Contact Ted Warren if you are interested.

Texas Clubs – Be Sure to Send in Your Articles on Events You’ve Participated in Recently

The new Texas Council website is very capable of publishing news stories from your events and outings related to each of your clubs throughout the State of Texas. We are interested in upcoming events as well as a recap of how the event turned out – with photographs whenever possible. When your article is published, it will be one of the top (if not the top) story on the front page. Advance PRESS RELEASES are needed for your events, so that everyone is aware of you event, and can potentially provide “boots on the ground” at your location if needed. Then as more articles come in, that story gets pushed down the page as it should. The final appearance of this site should look like an updating newspaper when everyone is on board, and all articles are still there for you to find – all of them – for as long as the site exists.

There are two distinct ways to have your information published on the NEWS page of the Texas Council site. Our preference is to have contributors, who are willing to write for their region, register on the site. Then notify us of your intention to write for the site, and you will be upgraded to be able to login to the site and use the wordpress software that runs the site to save and edit the post. We will take a final look at the post and publish it as soon as we can, or if you have a particular time for it to run, we will schedule it for that release time. The second way is to send your news and press releases to us, and we will copy and paste them into a post after quick edit. We edit for typos and punctuation only.

Here’s the kicker. Once your article is published, there’s an opportunity for (registered and logged-in) users to read the article and comment below the article. They may ask followup questions about your event, or add their perspective if they were there. That door for interaction is virtually wide open so that any post can become an extended conversation. Feel free to try it with this post! Of course we police comments and posts for the spammers and profanity is mechanically blacklisted.

We certainly prefer each and every person who wants to contribute to the Texas Council International Federation of Fly Fishers website to take ownership – and get on board with this proven modern and vibrant system of website communication design – by registering on the site today. We already have a couple of draft posts waiting in the queue – one from Dallas Fly Fishers and one from Fort Worth Fly Fishers, but still need your news from your part of the State of Texas.



We are looking for stories from all the Texas clubs, as well as the information you want to appear in your club's web page on this site! Feel free to contact us about being a contributing writer to this site, and we will set that up behind the scenes.

Please feel free to register and comment on news stories you see here at the official Texas Council Website. The only way you can comment on stories you read, because of the battle against spammers, is to register first, and then be logged in - to comment.



Welcome to the Texas Council!! The Texas Council was formed this fall, as there was a strong desire to unify our state. Texas was 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 will be beneficial in so many ways. On November the 26th, the Federation of Fly Fishers approved the formation of the Texas Council. The new Council has been off to an excellent start, with the help of so many wonderful, and talented volunteers. Without them, this dream would have never came true.

We hope you find this website to be of great value, and easy to use. Please provide any comments, suggestions, or activities you wish the council to partake in. We would greatly appreciate your support.


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