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.
In 2011, New Mexico fly fishing guide Spencer Seim and his client, Kirk Wallace Johnson, were in the middle of a river when Seim recounted the story of the theft of feathers up to 150 years old from an English museum two years earlier. Johnson was enthralled, and...read more
Capt. Jeff Johnson's love of fishing began at an early age, growing up along the banks of the Yakima River in Central Washington. After a while, it became pretty obvious that fishing was in his blood! In 1997, he moved to Bozeman, Mont., to attend college a little and...read more
Bring your vise or use one of club's! This Aug. 6 membership meeting is designed to teach those wanting to learn the basics of fly tying, as well as those looking to improve their own skills. There is something for everyone: Showcase your own flies and tie for all to...read more