Join us on the water

Join us on the water

Join us on the water

Join us on the water

Join us on the water

Our Purpose

Fort Worth Fly Fishers is an organization of about 300 men, women and young people who share an enthusiasm for fly fishing, fishable waters and the outdoors. We aim to boost our members’ enjoyment of fly fishing with education, outings, friendship and conservation of habitat.

Latest News

Explore Black Creek Lake in LBJ Grasslands in June

Explore Black Creek Lake in LBJ Grasslands in June

By Frank HuneycuttFWFF Director The club’s June 18 (Saturday) outing will be held at Black Creek Lake in the LBJ National Grasslands north of Decatur. The 20,313-acre LBJ Grasslands Unit is an underutilized nature area that is only an hour drive from downtown Fort...

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Reel Recovery Texas Benefit is May 12 in Fort Worth

Reel Recovery Texas Benefit is May 12 in Fort Worth

The following is a notice from Reel Recovery that we are glad to share with members. This is not a Fort Worth Fly Fishers event, but Reel Recovery is one of the cause groups the club supports. Join us at Firestone & Robertson Distillery, 4250 Mitchell Blvd., Fort...

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Spring outing to Bill Ward Ranch is April 22-24

Spring outing to Bill Ward Ranch is April 22-24

It’s time for another of the club’s all-time favorite outings – the overnighter at Bill Ward’s Ranch near Mexia. Dozens of you, including many new club members, attended the dedication of the plaque for the late James Parker at last spring’s trip. And the bass fishing...

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Brazos River outing set for May 21

Brazos River outing set for May 21

Saturday morning, May 21, Fort Worth Fly Fishers will host an outing on the Brazos River near Glen Rose, at the Brazos River Outdoor Center located just under the U.S. 67 bridge. The Brazos River Outdoor Center is a family-owned business that offers visitors the...

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Learn about water insects at the May 3 meeting

Learn about water insects at the May 3 meeting

Robert Younghanz, a.k.a The Bug Guy, joins us May 3 for a little science class in fish food titled Aquatic Entomology For The Fly Fisher. Arguably the most common blind spot for the fly fisher is an understanding of aquatic insects, which is the key to fly selection,...

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Meetings

Outings

Education

Conservation

Monthly Meetings

Fort Worth Fly Fishers normally meets at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month at the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth. Members hear nationally known speakers and professional guides from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado and elsewhere, watch fly-tying demonstrations and learn new tips and tricks in our “Quick Clinics.

Upcoming Events

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