TFFF Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts Under $100

For that special person out there, here is the Texas Freshwater Fly Fishing gift guide to help you find the perfect gift.  Every gift on this list is under $100 and has a connection to Fly Fishing in Texas (in one way or another.)

Double Haul Leatherworks 

Fly Wallet - $85.00

Made completely by hand, and made to order. They are made using 6 ounce vegetable tanned leather with a lining made of real New Zealand sheep skin. The vast majority of other fly wallets use artificial acrylic “sheepskin”. The closure button is solid brass.

Designed to be different than others, so it was modeled after an envelope. It even has a trout stamp on the back (which can be omitted). Color options are either natural leather or brown. Made to be the exact dimensions of a standard 6”x3 1/2” Wheatley fly box, allowing you to place the wallet anywhere that you can place your box. The sheepskin is 6”x6” giving ample room for the day’s fly selection.

Shipping is free within the 48 states, and the turn around time is less than a week. 

Link: Double Haul Leatherworks Fly Wallet

Howler Brothers

Kameron Hoodie - $95

A kindred spirit of our super popular and powerful Shaman Hoodie from years past, the Kameron Hoodie takes after it's namesake, Howler Ambassador Kameron Brown, by keeping it simple and styling. Combining a marled cotton-poly fleece body with a cotton-nylon hood and yoke, the Kameron is a warm companion for post surf session or just biking to the Speedway Mart. Available in Marled Navy and Marled Grey.

Book Collection

Texas Freshwater Fly Fishing Books - $97.96 (for all three)

It may be a “best-kept secret,” but central Texas has some of the best fly fishing in America. With Texas native and fly fishing expert Aaron Reed as your guide, enjoy dozens of wades and paddles, all within easy reach of Austin.

Discover secluded spring creeks braced by soaring limestone cliffs. Wade in broad pools dotted with lily pads and stands of water willow. Paddle deep, slow rivers. Easy-to-follow narrative, detailed maps, and gorgeous color photographs make it easy to “Go fishing now!” even if you have only a few hours to spare.

Link: Fly Fishing Austin and Central Texas ($19.39)

This book is the long awaited rewrite of this Texas Hill Country classic. Fully updated and expanded, this edition features G.P.S. readings for all access points, comprehensive listing of local lodging and restaurants as well as fly shops across Texas. Each chapter gives you a brief history of the river, lists all access points and has a notebook section at the end of the chapter giving you valuable information needed to plan your fishing trip. Along with G.P.S. readings the book is crossed referenced with the Mapsco version of "The Roads or Texas" atlas. If you are planning a trip to the Texas Hill Country this book is a must.

Link: Fly Fishing the Texas Hill Country, Fourth Edition ($50)

This guidebook covers Texas in its entirety from the trout-filled lakes and rivers of the Hill Country to the exciting waters of the Gulf Coast. Phil Shook is a nationally known flyfishing writer whose stories have appeared in Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, Fly Fisherman and many others.


  1. So nice to see my book included in such good company as Phil and Kevin. Thanks!

    1. You are welcome! I think it is great for anyone, those new to fly fishing this area and even those well seasoned anglers.


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