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Texas Council volunteers needed and Looking Forward

August 20, 2017 General News No Comments

Texas Council followers and members. As 2017 starts to wind down, new volunteers are needed to keep our mission alive and flourishing. The Texas Council has been successful due to a great group of volunteers, who have joined together to promote fly fishing in Texas. The council has the highest attendance and the most growth for several years in a row now, and have plans to continue this exciting growth. If you are interested in serving in our council, please contact us at president@texascouncilifff.com. There are many ways one can contribute to the organization and we will find a way you can.

Also want to share an article from Tom Logan, on Looking Forward. Please take the time to read this exciting review on the future of the FFI. A great time to renew your love for our great sport.

Looking Forward with Tom Logan

 

 

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Welcome to the Texas Council!! The Texas Council was formed  to unify the clubs in our state. Texas was previously 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 is beneficial in many ways that will support and grow fly fishing in Texas.

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