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3 winners in 2020 kayak raffle, plus FWFF!

The Sept. 12 drawing in our 2020 kayak/pontoon boat raffle produced three winning ticket holders as well as producing a big win for Fort Worth Fly Fishers, as ticket sales topped expectations. If your name was Chip, it really topped expectations. Here are the lucky...

Sept. 1 meeting CANCELED due to bad weather

The Sept. 1 membership meeting, a casting clinic planned for Fort Worth's Trinity Park, has been canceled due to the forecast for wind and rain. We will try to reschedule this popular event for another time in the near future. Stay tuned for updates. .

Time to buy your Sept. 12 kayak/pontoon boat raffle tickets!

By Bill HodgesFWFF Past PresidentYour odds of winning one of three fine watercraft in FWFF’s annual raffle are pretty good right now. We have sold fewer coupons than in previous years and you now have triple the chance to win. See the flyer below for a full...

CANCELED! — Loughridge Lake on Sept. 19

The scheduled outing set for Sept. 19 at Loughridge Lake in Fort Worth has been canceled. Individuals who wish to explore this urban lake can do so on their own. Information on the location continues below. Loughridge Lake is located inside the Northwest Community...

Aug. 4 membership meeting moved to Backwoods

The August membership meeting, typically our annual fly-tying workshop, will be relocated to Backwoods Fort Worth this year and will have limited seating. Come and learn from two of the best fly tiers in the country, Dutch Baughman and Kyle Hand. Here are the details:...

August outing set for Nolan River on Aug. 15

FWFF member Chris Patnode with a freshwater drum taken on the Nolan River in June. With the arrival of triple-digit heat in Texas, our August outing will move from the gravel banks of Brazos Point on the Brazos River to the shadier Nolan River near Blum. Blum is...

July meeting will again be online via Zoom

FWFF member Les Jackson with a bass from one of his urban waters.  In June Fort Worth Fly Fishers held our first membership meeting via Zoom, and your Board of Directors thought it was a real success. Nearly 50 members were watching as President David Hooper launched...

FWFF Virtual Auction a Hit

The Fort Worth Fly Fishers' first-ever Virtual "Mini Auction" closed the night of June 21. The event was a huge success, raising more than $1,800 to support the club's activities (including outings, speakers, education, and charity groups). The successful bidders and...

Colorado trip on for July 18-25

FWFF's annual trip to the South Fork, Colo., area will take place this at a new venue. Host Russell Husted has contacted Cottonwood Cove, located between South Fork and Creede, regarding their cabins. They not only have vacancies now, but anticipate cancellations as...

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