Crooked Island

Welcome to the Austin Fly Fishers

A Member Club of the International Federation of Fly Fishers

  Texas Council

The Austin Fly Fishers is an Austin, Texas fly fishing club open to anyone interested in fly fishing. We are a non-profit organization concerned with conserving local waters and the wildlife that inhabit them, as well as promoting the sport and art of fly fishing. We actively support and contribute to various conservation efforts, charities, and youth programs, both nationwide, and in the Austin area. If you are not yet a member, and would like to learn more about the club, we invite you to attend one of our monthly meetings or participate in one of the many outings we organize throughout the year.


Club Announcements

Club Meetings

Our monthly meetings are held at the Northwest Recreation Center on the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm. For those interested, casting instruction and fly tying begin at 6:00. See the Membership page for more details.

Lower Guadalupe River, December 13, 2014

We will fish the Guad for trout to wrap up our outing calendar for 2014. If the flow is good we’d like to consider a float trip. We don't yet have a host, so if someone is interested in hosting such a trip please contact us. See Outings page for more information.

Annual Holiday Party, December 18, 2014

All AFF club members and their guests are invited to attend our Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, Dec 18, at Mimi's Cafe on north Mopac. Join us for fellowship, good food, and reminisce about the great year we had with our AFF family: big trips, big fish, conservation efforts, and support with community organizations like TPW, SKIFF and CFR. The gathering starts at 6PM followed by dinner at 7. Please check your email for an Evite that was recently sent out to our club membership.

Monthly Newsletter

Keep up with club activities and upcoming trips by reading the newsletter. It is published each month and is available for download on the newsletter page.

Other Information

Interested in fishing the Llano? Then check out the Llano River Primer, a guide compiled by two of our club's more experienced anglers. In the guide you will find maps, public access points, fly and tackle recommendations, and many other tips that will be useful to anybody who wants to fish this gem of a river located in Central Texas.

Texas Fishing 2014, an online magazine published by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is now available for viewing. This magazine provides an array of articles about fishing in Texas, including articles on both freshwater and saltwater fishing.

A new edition of the Texas Bay and Access Guide is now available online. This guide provides detailed information about public access and launch sites along the Texas coast.