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Introduction to Fly Tying

Tie your own flies and catch fish! Introduction to Fly Tying is designed for the beginner who is interested in tying his or her own flies. In this course, we will teach you the basic techniques of fly tying. With practice, you will be able to imitate many insects and bait fish that fish eat. Each session will cover one type of fly (for example, "streamers") and one or two fly patterns that represent that type of fly ("white marabou streamer" and "woolly bugger"). We hope that this course will make you a better fly tier, fly angler, and ultimately increase your awareness of nature along the stream. Some tools are required: vice, scissors, bobbin, hackle pliers, bodkin, whip finish tool, and hair stacker. Students will not need to purchase tools for the first day of class. Materials and hooks will be provided.

Section Location Start-End Date Day(s) Start-End Time Faculty Price
YFD-950-1280 Boyce Campus 9/25/2019 - 11/13/2019 W
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Reeder, Robert
Loughner, G

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