Published Jan 29. 2021 - 2 months ago
Updated or edited Jan 30. 2021

Texas Fly Fishing in Winter

During the winter here in Texas, fly fishing can be tough. However that doesn't mean you can't catch a few nice fish. Last time I went by myself I did pretty good, but I struggled catching anything nice on this trip. However Paul got a few decent bass once the water warmed up later in the day. Seems like a Clouser minnow was his fly of choice and it worked well.

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