A site for inshore fly fishermen and tyers.
Added by Bob Ferguson on June 7, 2015 at 9:37am — No Comments
my first snook. not a big one but my first. nice to add it to the fish I have caught.
Added by bill shire on April 8, 2014 at 6:48pm — No Comments
my first snook not a big one but my first.
Added by bill shire on April 8, 2014 at 6:43pm — No Comments
my first black drum on a fly. caught 3 that day and 2 the next.
We have received word from the IFFF that all of our paperwork has been approved and we now have the status of an IFFF Chartered Club. It took allot of work and I want to personally thank the officers for helping to get everything in order to make the charter status happen.
We have still allot of work to do in the coming year and I want to encourage all members of RGVFTC to lend their support and a helping hand as we move forward from this point on.
Thank you and congratulations…Continue
Added by Reynaldo Ramirez Jr on October 29, 2013 at 8:57am — No Comments
The organizing committee has drafted a proposed constitution for the Rio Grande Valley Fly Tiers Club. You will find the link attached for your review. Voting on the constitution will be on Tuesday, August 20th at 7:00 p.m. at Bass Pro Shop. To view the constitution visit the Rio Grande Valley Fly Tiers Website (http://rgvftc.blogspot.com/) or click HERE.
Attached is the draft…Continue
Added by Reynaldo Ramirez Jr on August 9, 2013 at 10:50am — No Comments
The LAGUNA MADRE FLY FISHING ASSOCIATION will have a fly tying session and social at the Larry's Shop in Port Isabel next Wednesday evening July 3rd starting at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to stop by and have a drink and partake in the social aspect of the gathering or discuss your recent fishing trips and stories, even if you are not a fly tier.
The fly tying will be an open forum. Share your favorite fly with the group or learn how to tie a fly that you have wanted to…Continue
Added by Stanley Woelfel on June 26, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Added by Reynaldo Ramirez Jr on May 27, 2013 at 10:03pm — No Comments
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Added by Clint Welding on January 6, 2013 at 10:40am — No Comments
A few years ago, I stumbled upon an article in Texas Outdoor Magazine that covered fly fishing for flounder. The flies used were primarily clouser-style flies and the technique was a slow retrieve with a fast one-foot strip every so often. With that information I headed to the Arroyo Colorado on a misty Thursday morning and tried dredging the bottom with a then new 8wt Lamiglas rod and scientific angler intermediate line. The result that morning was four keeper flounder. Of course, I was…Continue
Are you talking tying flies for flatties or going out to try and catch them? Or Both.
try putting one of these on the end of a 5 weight. lots of fun an plenty of fight.
Added by bill shire on November 12, 2012 at 8:28pm — No Comments
When we left the convention center I really had no idea what we would find which is the way I feel everytime I hit the beach. There is so much impredictability. You never know what the water conditions will be. Murky water, high winds, no birds, and you name it can make it difficult to find fish. This trip was an exception. The water was clear, the winds were tolerable, the birds were acting as beacons, and the fish were there. Our problem was connecting. Why? What did we learn?
Added by Reynaldo Ramirez Jr on November 4, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Stanley, you guys ( especially your girl friend) did a great job putting this ecent together. I really learned alot. Who do we owe for the food and drinks? I think you are going to get this organization going again, if you need any help just let me know.
The notice was squesed in between 2 columns and was truncated. Please don't purge me.
Can anyone tell me what the bottom is like and what the water depth is in the area behind the convention center and to the north of that location? Looking at a sat. photo, it would appear that it goes from sand to grass.