Texas Fly Report on the Monday Morning Sidewalk

| September 15, 2014

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MONDAY MORNING HOUSTON BOUND

Thanks for tuning in for this morning’s Monday Morning Sidewalk! By the time you watch this, or read this, I may already be on the road again. Work calls, and this time it’s Houston, which, by the way, ┬áis one heck of a great place to work.I trust you made it to your destinations this morning as well, and be sure to be safe in your travels this week – I will! Maybe things will hold together long enough, weather-wise, for me to get a taste of some of the spectacular opportunities that part of the State (Houston) has to offer.

Some of the kinks are getting worked out of the new changes at Texas Fly Caster, but one that seems to be persisting, is a “Pay Per View” box at the bottom of free reading content. That’s not good. So, if you see “FREE READING,” at the top of the story, trust me, it is free. Just click on that particular story headline and it will open the entire text for your reading pleasure.
THIS IS A FREE READ! CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO OPEN THE ENTIRE STORY

The video pretty much catches you up on what’s happening, and what we all have to look forward to this Fall (lasts about a week around here) and winter, fly fishing the cooler months in Texas. I buried the fly fishing tip at the end of the video, so don’t click off until you see this one. It’s a real timesaver I learned from Dave & Emily Whitlock.

FLY GUIDES ON FACEBOOK

Eric Glass

Scott Sommerlatte

Rob Woodruff

I will post a few every week to add to your Facebook watching, and as always, you can check out the Texas Fly Caster page on Facebook for shares of the posts and pictures that several guides share with me. Building your brand on Facebook is akin to building your house on shifting sand, but most guides just won’t realize that until Facebook is long forgotten and abandoned. It’s all good.

 

 

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