Texas Fly Fishing and Brew Festival

Author Eric Vohr practices his fly fishing technique on the Atnarko River in British Columbia.

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The 2nd annual Texas Fly Fishing & Brew Festival (TFFF) is a one-of-a-kind, family-friendly event. Check out a myriad of fly fishing geat and equipment, attend workshops and lectures on techniques and topics interesting to fly anglers of every stripe. Then, step outdoors to taste some of the Lone Star State’s best micro-brewed beer. The #TXFlyFishingFestival is a 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? Then this is the perfect event 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 demo, take a casting or fly-tying class, test out the latest fly rods – and then sample a series of microbrews.

For patrons 21 years and older, festival admission includes a limited number of microbrew tastings as well as beer education classes. Beer by the glass will be available for purchase.

Children 16 years and younger are admitted free with a paying and supervising adult.

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