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Lake Athens Fly Fishing Festival Apfril 6th and 7th

January 13, 2018 General News No Comments
Save the Date for the 2018 LAFFF Lake Athens Fly Fishing Festival on April 6th and 7th.

Fly fishing contest benefitting North Texas Project Healing Waters serving wounded veterans.
Casting instruction, fly tying, outdoor education from TPWD, music, vendors, door prizes, food, fun and fly angler friends.

Opportunities for vendors and donations are still welcome.
For more info contact
972 697 7096

Fly Fish Texas Expo February the 24th

January 13, 2018 General News No Comments

Join us for a day of rods, reels, lines, and flies! Fly fishing clubs from around the state will have sessions and booths to help educate participants on the sport. There will be opportunities to learn to fly fish, tie flies and knots, work on your casting technique, and other related topics. Educational presentations will take place throughout the day. Vendors will be on hand with products and mini-demonstrations.

9am – 4pm

Admission to Fly Fish Texas is included in your Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center admission fee:

Adults: $5.50
Seniors (65 and over): $4.50
Children (4 – 12 years old): $3.50

This event is appropriate for all ages, and all fishing abilities!


Ladyfish 2018 Women’s Fly Fishing Festival March the 24th

January 13, 2018 General News No Comments

Ladyfish 2018 Women’s Fly Fishing Festival. March the 24th. Ladyfish is an instructional event that will feature a wide variety of learning opportunities within the sport of fly fishing – from fly casting, to fly tying, and everything in between.Sponsored directly by Living Waters Fly Fishing and the City of Round Rock. It is completely free of charge and all funds raised by the event will be given to Casting for Recovery. Free online registration and details coming soon!

Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Event

January 13, 2018 General News No Comments

Come join us in Houston for this great annual event.

The Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Event

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