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August 25, 2013 Feature Story, General News No Comments

Just a reminder that we are always looking for your news and announcements, from all across Texas, about your clubs, events and even results of outings, weather conditions, environmental issues and concerns, speakers and the like. Heck, you don’t have to be a writer – send photographs, and descriptions of those photos, as well. If your club has a twitter account or Facebook page, and it’s not listed on your page here – let me know and I will make sure that information is integrated into your club’s page. Social media is our friend.

The Texas Council website was created for the open exchange and dissemination of information, and with your help we can realize the full potential of the site. So far, the site is off to a roaring run, and we appreciate all the information that has come in from all corners, of this many-cornered, State.

We also have the opportunity for you to participate on the Facebook level at – Texas Council Facebook.

And remember, you don’t have to fill out any registration to comment on posts on this site! Just comment and it will be approved as soon as possible.


Shannon Drawe Photography
Texas Fly Caster

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We are looking for stories from all the Texas clubs, as well as the information you want to appear in your club's web page on this site! Feel free to contact us about being a contributing writer to this site, and we will set that up behind the scenes.

Please feel free to register and comment on news stories you see here at the official Texas Council Website. The only way you can comment on stories you read, because of the battle against spammers, is to register first, and then be logged in - to comment.



Welcome to the Texas Council!! The Texas Council was formedĀ  to unify the clubs in our state. Texas was previously divided with the northern clubs belonging to the Southern Council and the rest of the state belonging to the Gulf Coast Council. A unified state is beneficial in many ways that will support and grow fly fishing in Texas.

Please provide any comments, suggestions, or activities you wish the Council to consider. We greatly appreciate your support.


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