Fly Fishing Houston & Southeastern Texas
Fly Fisher, Author
Robert McConnell started fly fishing in Western Pennsylvania and later moved to Houston, Texas. He had to adapt and learn about fishing a whole new world from the city waterways to backcountry rivers and streams. Join us to learn about fishing warmwater species in southeast Texas including carp, spotted bass, largemouth bass, panfish and even prehistoric gar and bowfin.
Just a few of the questions asked and answered during the interview:
- What are the main areas to fish in the Houston area?
- How can you find out about public access?
- What species can you target Lake Conroe?
- What are the best ways to fish Lake Conroe?
- Is the West Fork San Jacinto River easy to wade fish?
- What species will you find in the West Fork San Jacinto River?
- How is the East Fork San Jacinto River different from the West Fork?
- Where is the best place to fish for carp?
- What type of flies do you use in most of these fisheries?
- Where do you go to get away from the crowds?
- What's the best way to fish Sheldon Lake?
- Which fisheries offer the best gar and bowfin fishing?
- What type of fishery is Brays Bayou?
- Is there good fishing in downtown Houston?
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