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Fly Tying for Beginners

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Did you ever want to learn how to tie your own flies instead of buying them from an unknown source?  This is a "Beginner Fly Tying Class" that will cover 8 different fly patterns that are used throughout the fishing season.  In class, we will go over what tools are needed, the materials, how to tie the fly and what we are trying to imitate.  Tools and materials will be supplied at the classroom.  A digital Beginner Fly Tying manual is included in the class (to be printed at home).  The use of videos, step by step manual and hands-on instruction will be used for this class, because each person learns differently.  The flies taught in this class are not only good for beginners but are proven fish catchers.  Our lead instructor, Jerry Coviello, has over 30 years experience as a fly tying instructor and is an internationally known columnist for Fly Tyer Magazine (the world's largest publication dedicated to the art of tying flies), Fly Tying Field Editor for Fly Fishers International FlyFisher Magazine, and the Fly Fishers International FlyTying Group chairperson.  Sheldon Slusser is a Fly Fishers International Fly Tying group member, Secretary of the Delaware Valley Fly Fishers and Bronze Fly Tying Skill award recipient.

  • Covered Flies: Woolly Bugger, Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Nymph, Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Soft Hackle Wet, Dark Cahill Wet Fly, Dark Cahill Dry Fly, Elk Hair Caddis, Black Nose Dace Bucktail Streamer, Dave's Hopper

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