Texas FlyFishers Annual Auction May 2nd

April 14, 2015 General News No Comments

Texas FlyFishers Annual Auction on May 2nd from 10:00am to 2:00pm
Includes live and silent auctions and raffles. Admission is free and lunch will be available.
Live auction high bidders will have an opportunity to take home an all inclusive guided trip for
2 to Belieze River Lodge, an all inclusive guided trip for 2 to Eva’s Bonefish Lodge on Andros
Island, Bahamas, Orvis Helios 2 fly Rod, TFO fly rod, fishing at Damon 7 Lakes, guided trips
by Texas top guides, Igloo Yukon cooler, Smith Optics sunglasses, artwork, clothing, casting
lessons, gear and much, much more….
Go to texasflyfishers.org for more information….


Environmental Disaster in the Making

April 11, 2015 General News No Comments

In violation of their own rules, a popular and ecologically sensitive recreation area has been leased to a private entity by the General Land Office of Texas and permitted by the US Army Corps of Engineers without public comment, environmental study or disaster planning. We need to tell them that we do not want a massive chemical storage area in the middle of Lydia Ann Channel and that this has to stop.

See details at Lydia Ann Channel Problem

Fort Worth Fly Fishers Auction

April 7, 2015 General News No Comments

April 28 BIG TIME Fly Fishing Auction!!!

Live and Silent Auction. Raffle event

No cost to attend

Someone will leave with a Hobie Kayak!!!!!!

Trips, gear, rods, reels, and so much more!!!

2015Auction Flyer

Caddo Conclave by East Texas Fly Fishers

April 5, 2015 General News No Comments

Apr 10 – 11, 2015
Caddo Conclave VI
Friday, April 11, 2015 – Fishing, informal activities, pm fly tying
Saturday, April 12, 2015 – programs, fly tying, exhibitors
Group Recreation Hall
Caddo Lake State Park, Karnack, TX

Co-sponsored by East Texas Fly Fishers, Lone Star Fly Fishers, and North Louisiana Fly Fishers. A celebration of fly fishing in the Ark-La-Tex region, featuring programs, fly tying and casting demonstrations, kayak and more.




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