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Fly Fishing in Texas?

Do you want to know where to fly fish in Texas? Texas is a huge State, but you’re in the right place. Are you just learning how to fly fish, and Texas is your home? You’re still in the right place! Texas Fly Caster is a multi-sectioned old school newspaper thinly disguised as a website. We started our public journey thirteen years ago, and we’re still going strong. Not only will you learn fly fishing fundamentals here, we can all learn from you as well. Even the smallest of fly fishing tips can make a huge difference in everyone’s success, especially with the challenges of fly fishing in Texas. Always remember: I am not “The Texas Fly Caster,” you are!


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Fly Fishing Culture on the Skids – est. 2007

It didn’t take long for me to realize that many of the people who fly fish Texas also have other interests in common. We look at fly fishing culture through a wide angle lens, and from a macro perspective. The wide view? It includes just about anything and nearly everything. The macro view? Beer, food, travel and music seem to be constant themes. I may even push some healthy living every so often! In 2008, inspired by the greatest depression (so far), I sub dubbed this site,”Fly Fishing Culture on the Skids,” and in 2021, Texas Fly Caster still epitomizes the now famous phrase.

Net Positive – Finally

Net Positive – Finally

| January 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

O’Pros Fly Fishing Nets are the most customizable big fish nets out there. Check out my review of their nets. #flyfishing

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Stomping on Home

Stomping on Home

| January 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

Monday back at home plate – and stomping on it a little. What to look back at and forward to in Texas fly fishing.

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Friday Fly Fishing Roundup

Friday Fly Fishing Roundup

| January 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Greetings all – from North H Town, Texas. After five months separation from family, I made my way down to Houston’s outer edges – Spring, Texas – to spend some more isolated days with family.  I did sneak away yesterday, and braved the misty, and clogged arteries of Houston to go down south and pick […]

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