Texas Fly Fishing Report – Winter Sets in My Friends

| December 9, 2016

“Welcome back my friends, to the show that never ends,” here at Texas Fly Caster, and in the past few years on the Texas Fly Caster YouTube Channel. I couldn’t help but punch the ELP button right up front, after the announcement that 69-year-old Greg Lake lost his battle with cancer this week. For those of us into slightly deeper pursuits of music, I certainly appreciated his musical impact with King Crimson over the decades.

And speaking of the show that never ends, can you believe we are headed into 2017, and the tenth anniversary of Texas Fly Caster? Time does fly, and the YouTube Channel proves it. I started experimenting with YouTube ten years ago because they had the best looking most efficient way to take video files (that were way ahead of their time and internet speeds) and put them on the Texas Fly Caster website. Look how far they’ve come, and look how far we have come! DSLR video, GoPros, hell, how about cameras and video in our phones? Remember what that was like in 2007?

Above is this morning’s Texas Fly Fishing Report (recorded before sunup this morning). It contains information that you can translate into your fly fishing pursuits, and pass along to friends as if you invented it. I like when that happens. Folks gather so much information these days … that they forget where they got it! I demand no attributions, just let me know how it goes out there. Me? I’m staying inside where it’s warm (after the Cimarrona Studio Show in our backyard tomorrow).

Speaking of tomorrow’s show, there will be flies for sale at the Cimarrona Open Studio Show – flies by Mandy Mendez. I have steel to sell in many forms. For more information, go to the Cimarrona Facebook Page now, and check it out.

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Category: Complimentary Reading, Culture on the Skids, Fishing Reports

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https://www.shannondrawe.com is where to find my other day job. I write and photograph fish stories professionally, and for free here! Journalist by training. This site is for telling true fishing news stories, unless otherwise noted.

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  1. shannon says:

    There is a HACK attack underway, and it is spreading in the website, and others I manage. Please feel free to let me know what you are seeing, and send me screen shots. It appears to be from China.

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