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AD Maddox coming to East Texas!!!

January 20, 2014 General News No Comments

OK, Longview get ready, A. D. Maddox is coming May 17 to the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. The East Texas Fly Fishers will kick thing off Friday and evening with some tying and casting demos.  This should be a fun event.

   

Charlie Craven coming to Houston and Fort Worth

January 14, 2014 General News 1 Comment

Texas, big Fly Fishing News. Love trout fishing? Then you must see Charlie Craven as he is in Texas in early February. First in Houston on the 1st at the Texas Fly Fishers Annual Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Event.

http://www.texasflyfishers.org/FTF2014.html

Then he will be in Fort Worth on the 4th. Tying at Backwoods in the afternoon, and then will be the presenter at the Fort Worth Fly Fishers Meeting that night. In between these activities, he will also be dining with us at the Flying Fish restaurant in Fort Worth.

http://www.backwoods.com/stores/fort-worth/

http://www.fortworthflyfishers.org/wb/pages/home.php

Rio Grande Valley Fly Tiers Club Meeting

January 9, 2014 General News No Comments

The Rio Grande Valley Fly Tiers Club will be meeting on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at the Bass Pro Shop meeting room for it’s first fly tying session of the year. The session is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. and is free to all RGVFTC members. The public is invited and will only be charged $2.50 for the instruction.

Either Jack Keller or Charlie Villarreal or both may tie this fly. They demonstrated it at my house the other day and it certainly seems worth learning.

I’m currently recuperating from a hip replacement and won’t be able to attend. This will give me sometime to finish the Rio Grande Valley Fly Tyers Club website and the fly tying schedule for the year.

More information to come.

Visit Rio Grande Valley Fly Fishing Clubs at: http://llmfaflytiers.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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