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Centex fishing #13576436 05/30/20 02:37 PM
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If any of you like fishing the hill country / central Texas streams, check out Aaron Reed's new book, Fly Fishing Austin and Central Texas. It's got a lot of good information and access points in it. Living Waters in Georgetown carries it (that's where I got mine), and I'm told it's available on Amazon. Well worth it. I'm not affiliated in any way, other than knowing Aaron; just passing on some good info.

Re: Centex fishing [Re: Jim Ford] #13576809 05/30/20 11:06 PM
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It is definitely a good resource for finding places to fish around Austin. I can't wait to get back to the area so I can try out some of the places in the book. I've fished a few spots mentioned in the book, but Aaron has listed a lot more I would like to try.

Larry

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