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How to Weight Nymph Rigs

This is an age-old question that, unfortunately, has no easy answer. Read about how to make educated guesses that will help you keep your flies in the strike zone longer—and, therefore, catch more fish in the Fishing Articles section


April Club Meeting

Happy Spring, eager fly fishers!  We will be meeting this Thursday, so set your calendars to join us.  We will be reviewing our recent trip to Stillwaters Ranch in Llano County, where we hosted a group of Wounded Warriors for a beautiful day of fishing—both groups were encouraged during our time together.  Our guest speaker will be one of our own, Mark Cole, a physical therapist by day and a personal trainer by night.  He will be discussing health and fitness issues surrounding fly fishing, including traveling risks such as back and neck pain, shoulder problems, simple suggestions for fitness, and some specific fitness suggestions for fly fishing and fly tying (yes, fly tying has its risks!).  He will be emphasizing self-help approaches that are non-medicine, non-surgical and non-guru.  Come to learn, to ask questions, and to enjoy the group.


Club Information

Interesting in more information about Fredericksburg Fly Fishers Club. Check out the About Section.

Information such as when and were we meet can be found there.


The Economy of Wraps in Fly Tying

There are several elements to a fly’s profile. It must have the appropriate style of wing and the right size hackle, for example, but where most of us miss the mark is in the proportion of the body. Primarily because most tiers use too many wraps of thread. Read how improve your wrap economy here.


March Club Outing

Saturday March 22 will be a club outing to Stillwater Ranch. Cost will be $10, pay when you arrive.

We will meet behind the Frbg Court House Sat morning the 22nd, at 7:30am.
If FFF Members have an extra spinning rod/reel that they could bring for a soldier to use. Appreciated.
Bring your snacks & drinks. BBQ & Beans Lunch served by Club.
Kayaks, float tubes, canoes…OK. Remember the anchor.
If you’re not an early riser and wish to come later, directions:
Go north on Hwy 16 from Frbg. Towards Llano. Before you enter the City of Llano, take County Rd # 312 to the right. Go 6.8-7mi on CR #312 to the Ranch gate. Water and Member’s vehicles (on the right) will be visible from the road.
If you are a club member and did not receive an email about this outing please let the club know by sending an email to oktoberfisch@hotmail.com



Forms and Downloads Section

Forms you can download include club and trout lease membership as well as downloadable information on fishing the Llano river.