a Houston based non-profit organization associated with the Federation of Fly Fishers and dedicated to the promotion of fly fishing education, conservation, and outdoors ethics
The auction was a success. Kudos go out to Mary Kaye and Skip Donovan for the energy and effort they, and their hard working crew, put in to make this event a success.
Scribbled, May 5, 2015
Save the date, May 2, 2015, for the Texas FlyFishers Annual Auction. The public is invited to come by and scoop up the deal of a lifetime on fly-fishing gear, fishing art, outdoor gear or some great guided trips.
Not sure if this sport is for you? Come out and visit with some of the areas most avid fly fishermen and find out.
When: Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Where: Bethany Christian Church, 3223 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX between Buffalo Speedway and Kirby Drive.
Addmission is free.
Lunch will be served at noon. Tickets for lunch and raffle will be available at the door.
Silent Auction from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Live Auction from noon to 1:30 pm.
Directions: Traveling South on the Southwest Freeway / US 59: Exit Kirby Drive ( right ) and go North apps. 7/10th mile to Westheimer Rd. Turn Left and go apps. 3/10th mile and Bethany Christian Church, 3223 Westheimer Rd., will be on your left.
Directions: Traveling North on the Southwest Freeway / US 59: Exit Kirby Drive and go North ( left ), under the overpass, apps. 7/10th mile to Westheimer Rd. Turn Left and go apps. 3/10th mile and the Bethany Christian Church, 3223 Westheimer Rd., will be on your left.
For additional information on this Auction or, the Texas FlyFishers, visit our website
The Texas FlyFishers is a 501 (c)(3) Organization and a member of the Texas Council of the International Federation of Fly Fishers
Posted February 25, 2015
For the forth year, Texas FlyFishers of Houston is proud to announce our support and association with the Katy Independent School District for their involvement in the "Trout in the Classroom Project". 'Trout in the Classroom' is a world wide project, with participation by:
Scribbled, January 11, 2015
Updated, October 21, 2014
posted, October 02, 2014
Dates and details for the Texas FlyFishers Education Programs and Courses scheduled for the coming 2015 year have been posted.
Posted, August 24, 2014
Membership dues for Texas FlyFishers cover the Club fiscal year - from 01 July through 30 June - so if you haven't already done so it is time to renew. Our dues have been unchanged for the last fifteen years and this year we have added a PayPal membership dues payment option for those of you that prefer the convenience of electronic payment. You do not need a PayPal account to use this feature and can pay with your credit card. Using PayPal means that the club website does not have access to any of your billing information. If you are not comfortable with electronic payment systems please use the conventional SnailMail option. See the Membership page for more details.
Club Meetings are held at the Bayland Community Center in Bayland Park on the last Tuesday of the month starting around 6:30 and over by 9. The Harris County District 3 Bayland Park Community Center is located at 6400 Bissonnet Street, Houston, Texas 77074. The phone number at the center is (713) 2081-9951. To find the community center within the park download and print this Bayland Park map. For directions, go to this Interactive Map and Directions site.
posted 17 July 2008
Executive Committee Meeting is at The Goode company (Up stairs)- The second Tuesday after the monthly meeting, starting at 6:30. The Goode Company, 10211 Katy Fwy Houston, TX 77024. On the south side of I-10 between Voss and Campbell.
The membership is encouraged to attend.
updated 03 August 2014
You can buy Official Texas FlyFisher shirts at The Store
If you have a place you have fished and would like to share it with the membership, please feel free to do so. Please note: This is a location and accessability map, not fishing reports. Reports go elsewhere in the forums.
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Instructions on how to enter your new locatin should be on the left hand column. If you have problems please contact Me the administrator and I will try to find out what is wrong. Please be as detailed as possible, I'm not a mind reader.Texas River Access
"There are 3,700 named streams and 15 major rivers that meander through 191,000 miles of Texas landscape. These vastly important aquatic ecosystems play a major role in protecting water quality, preventing erosion, and providing nutrients and habitat for fish and wildlife. Along the way, water that eventually flows into seven major estuaries, supports over 212 reservoirs, countless riparian habitats, wetlands, and terrestrial areas. Each year Texas rivers and streams provide recreational opportunities to millions of Texans and visitors from all over the world.
The Texas River Guide provides river enthusiasts with an ever growing source for internet based information related to Texas Rivers. However, rivers are a natural resource that can be dangerous. When planning to recreate on rivers your individual skill level or the skill level of the least experienced person in your river party should dictate the level of river activities you should participate in."
The guide provides information on access to the rivers in Texas but it is not yet complete. Check it out at Texas River Guide .
Attendance: Jan 62.
Tues Nite Tie Flyers
Our speaker for May 2015 will be freelance photographer/writer Lefty Ray Chapa from San Antonio. His slideshow will be “Fishing and Photography.” This program will show you what to do with a camera once you land that fish of a lifetime. Better yet, bring your fishing buddy or spouse so they know what to do once you hook that big one.
The social scene before the meeting begins.
A Houston based non-profit organization associated with the Federation of Fly Fishers and dedicated to the promotion of fly fishing education, conservation, and outdoors ethics.
The Texas FlyFishers of Houston was founded in 1976 by a group of avid fly fishermen. Their objectives then, as ours are now, were to share their knowledge of fly fishing with one another and others who wanted to learn, to help in conserving our natural resources, to enjoy the camaraderie of fly fishing, and to have a good time doing it.
We have an active club with a full range of activities. There is something for everyone, from beginner to expert, from the very young to those who remember when all fly rods were made of cane, and for all skill levels, from those who haven't yet held a fly rod to those who can cast more fly line than you can buy.
Attendance varies between 50 and 70 each month.
posted, November 26, 2014
posted, November 26, 2014
posted, JANUARY 21, 2015