Texas Fly Fishing Festival 2020 Plano Texas

| February 19, 2020


Make plans now to attend the fourth annual Texas Fly Fishing & Brew Festival (TFFF) on March 21-22, 2020, in Plano, Texas. This one-of-a-kind, family-friendly event will be held at the Plano Center approximately 20 miles north of Dallas, with easy access from Route 75.

The indoor/outdoor venue means that attendees can have the best of both worlds: Attendees can check out a myriad of fly fishing manufacturers indoors, attend various lectures on techniques and topics interesting to fly anglers of every stripe–and then step out into the Texas sunshine to taste some of the Lone Star State’s best micro-brewed beer.

The TFFF is your chance to meet nationally known fly fishing authors, professional guides, expert casters, custom bamboo rodmakers, and fly tyers from across the country. Don’t know much about fly fishing?

The TFFF is the perfect place to learn every aspect of the quiet sport. Not sure if fly fishing is for you? Wander the festival grounds, learn how to fish from a kayak, watch a casting or fly tying demonstration, take a casting or fly tying class, test out the latest fly rods yourself – and then sample a series of microbrews. – END

My perspective for this event comes from this armchair, so I will be taking the opportunity, this year, to actually get to the event and cover it for readers here and elsewhere. So my “boots will be on the ground” so to speak in Plano, Texas, for a change of perspective. If you have any opinions on this event – past or present – feel free to let us know. It looks like their perspective is … to bring non-local fly fishing to a State steeped with thousands of fly fishers and hundreds of places and ways to do it? I guess we fly fishers are always looking for greener grass and clearer water, aren’t we?

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