First Tuesdays: 6:40 p.m. Quick Clinic 7:00 pm Meeting begins
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.
UNT Health Science Center
Room 2-114 of the DD Byers Building
3500 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas.
Why didn't we do this sooner? Now you can watch FWFF member Bill Hodges tie February's Fly of the Month, a March Brown Wet Fly. Bill wrote the Fly of the Month article in the club's February newsletter, and here he takes the process from start to finish. It's always...read more
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The 2019 FWFF speakers lineup gets a strong start with Doc Thompson, an Orvis-endorsed guide in northern New Mexico. He started High Country Anglers in 1995 thinking he could make a living as a fly-fishing guide in New Mexico. Thousands of guide trips later, Doc is...read more