Classes are designed for both experienced and beginning tiers, who are always welcome.
Time: Doors open at 6:45 PM, classes begin at 7:00 PM
Signups: Very important for material preparation. Signups may done at the club meetings, or by calling the instructor with a minimum of 24 hours’ notice. Should you sign up and later find you are unable to attend, please notify the instructor you are canceling.
Bring: Your vise, tools, light, and thread. (some equipment is available for beginners). Classes are free and all materials except thread is provided.
Window Tint Chironomid – 6:30 PM at ,
Instruction will be done by Matt Twisselman
This fly utilizes automotive window tint film for the body. It is easy to tie and an important fly to have when fishing stillwater.
Balance Leech – 6:30 PM at ,
At first glance this fly looks like your typical wooly bugger but it’s not. It’s tied in a way that allows it to hang in the water column in a horizontal plane or balanced. Hung under an indicator in choppy water the fly pulses and swims the way a baitfish or leech does. Professional fly anglers like Phil Rowley and Brian Chan are big advocates for this pattern on still waters for trout and I’ll vouch for it as a great bass pond fly.