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Bud Priddy Announcement

March 5, 2016 General News No Comments

If you haven’t registered for the Bud Priddy Fly Fishing Contest with over $1,400 in prizes, you may now do so at: You will also need to make lodging reservations at Big Oak River Camp as soon as possible. All cabins were held for us until March 1st. It is now first come, first serve. Cabins, RV sites, and tent camping sites are still available but please don’t put off making your reservations too long as the sites may fill up. Come on Texas anglers, let’s fill this event up!!! Thank you.

Walter Ross
Alamo Fly Fishers
(210) 324-1359

2016 Bud Priddy Announcement

Texas Council Spring Newsletter is HERE!!!

March 5, 2016 General News No Comments

Excited to roll out the Spring Edition of the Texas Council’s Newsletter. Loads of information and activities for you to enjoy.

TxCncl IFFF-Newsletter Spring 2016

Bud Priddy Fly Fishing Contest

February 9, 2016 General News 1 Comment

2016 Bud Priddy Announcement

I hope each of you can share this information with your club members and put
it on your outings calendar. We now have approximately 50 fly fishers
signed up and are hoping for up to 100.

This year, the 2016 Bud Priddy Fly Fishing Contest is being sponsored by the
Texas Hill Country River Region ( and the
Alamo Fly Fishers ( The Texas Hill Country River
Region has donated more than $1,800 towards this event. Trophies and prizes
valued and over $1,400 will be awarded to the top four individuals in each
of the following categories: longest Bass, longest Perch, and most fish
caught. In addition there will be several door prizes.

Registration will be $20 per person and the donation of a freshwater fly of
your choice. All received flies will be placed in a nice fly box which will
become one of the door prizes. Registration purchases entry into the
contest, a t-shirt, and dinner at the awards banquet which is being catered
by the Nueces Country Smokehouse (
Dinner includes choice of brisket, ribs, and sausage and also includes three

The contest will be held at Big Oak River Camp
( along the beautiful Nueces River at 32598
SH 55, Camp Wood, TX 78833. Big Oak River Camp offers tent camping, RV
camping, and Log cabin accommodations. Please make reservations for both
Friday and Saturday nights. Reservations may be made by calling Big Oak
River Camp at (830) 597-5280. Check-in will be between 8:00 – 10:00 pm on
Friday Evening, April 29. Contest fishing begins Saturday morning (April
30) at sunrise. All entrants will be required to report fishing results
between 5:00 – 5:30 pm at the check-in site. The awards banquet will begin
at 6 pm.

Registration Fee: $20.00 plus a freshwater fly of your choice
Location: Big Oak River Park
Registration check-in: 8:00 – 10:00 pm, Friday, April 29th
Contest fishing: Sunrise to 5:00 pm, Saturday, April 30th
Awards Banquet: 6:00 pm, Saturday, April 30th
Trophies and Prizes: Trophies and prizes for 1st place, 2nd
place, 3rd place, and an honorable mention for each of the 3 categories.
Twelve prizes in total.

Please let me know if you have any questions. For further information
contact Walter Ross at or call (210) 324-1359 or
Lefty Ray Chappa at or (210) 260-6154.

2016 Cane Country Fishing Expo

February 8, 2016 General News No Comments

A great show to our west. The Cane Country Fishing Expo. Lots of activities and so many great tiers!!!! Most of us can get there in half a day!!!!



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