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Annual Auction set for Sept. 18 postponed

The Fort Worth Fl;y Fishing Board of Directors, in consideration of rising Covid-19 infection rates locally, voted to postpone the upcoming fundraising auction that had been set for Sept. 18 at Wild Acre Brewing. We will continue to work toward a Spring 2022 auction...

Be sure to visit FFI auction now!

Fly Fishers International Virtual Auction -- Art "N" Fishing Stuff — is underway. Be sure to visit the site at this link: https://flyfishersinternational.eventgroovefundraising.com/art-auction/Campaign/Details FFI members travel worldwide to fish.  Participation in...

Fly Fishing Skills Classes begin Sept. 16 via Zoom

By Dutch BaughmanFWFF Memberdutch.baughman@gmail.com The next Fly Fishing Skills classes will begin on Thursday, Sept. Once again, we will conduct classes via Zoom. Here’s the line-up: • Fly Fishing Skills I -- begins at 5:30 p.m. and adjourns by 6:45; • Fly Fishing...

Summer Learning Series features fly tying on Aug. 3

The second session of our Summer Learning Series, a fly-tying demonstration on Tuesday, Aug. 3, returns to our old stomping grounds at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in the Research and Education building located along Camp Bowie Blvd. between...

In-person fishing update on the Trinity River, VIP awards on July 6

Join us Tuesday, July 6 at 7 p.m. for the July meeting of Fort Worth Fly Fishers.  This month's in-person presenter will be Tina Nikolic from the Tarrant Regional Water District, who will update us on TRWD initiatives and resources for fishing the...

Coastal fly fishing Quick Clinic set for June 2 in Fort Worth park

Photo courtesy The Orvis Co. What: FWFF Saltwater Quick ClinicWhere: Monticello ParkWhen: June 2 at 6 p.m. Stephen Woodcock and Brett Delk, both of the Orvis Fort Worth, will put on a free Coastal Fly Fishing 101 Quick Clinic on June 2 at Monticello Park in west Fort...

Only two spots left for Texas Coast outing June 17-20

Redfish, speckled trout and even flounder are likely catches on the Texas Gulf Coast, and this popular outing is fast approaching June 17-20. It's a bargain at $200 a person for lodging for three nights. With sufficient participation there will be kayak transportation...

June Speaker: Odom Wu of San Antonio Tackles Carp

Texas Hill Country fly fisherman Odom Wu caught his first fish, a carp, at the age of 13 when living in Tennessee. Since moving to Texas, he has fallen in love with the Hill Country and quickly adopted fly fishing as one of his passionate hobbies. Odom brings his...

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