Fly tying is a very important part of our sport. This page is dedicated to the tyers, a page where we can share and collaborate on our abilities as a club. For those of you who tie please feel free to post pictures and advice as you see fit. If you want you can email me your pictures and write ups. For those of you that do not tie there is still hope. If you find this page interesting and would like to get involved the club does offer fly tying classes at a very reasonable rate. Contact Rod Roth or Mike Marlatt for more information on upcoming classes.
Fly Tying Classes
YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF CASCADE FAMILY FLY FISHERS TO ATTEND.
2018 Introduction To Fly Tying : 6-8:30 Pm
$35 for 4 sessions
All materials, equipment and instruction are provided. If you have your own tying equipment and need advice for their use, bring it with you. The first class is going to be show-and-tell and instructional.
2018 Regular Tying Classes: 7-9 p.m.
$35.00 for the 8 weeks or $ 7.00 per session
@ Community of Christ Church, 1485 Gilham Road, Eugene.
All materials and instruction are provided
Limited basic fly-tying equipment provided —if needed.
Signup Sheet for BOTH classes will be available at the Regular meeting, or contact: Rod Roth @ 541-342-6745 –or- email– email@example.com
Fly-tying Class 2017
Over 30 CFF members attended the eight weeks of fly tying this winter.
Thanks to Rod Roth for making this experience possible.
Click HERE for Feb. 1 fly pattern and materials: CFF Dry Chiro Dry Fly
Patterns for 2017 Classes:
February 1, 2107– -Tying Night #1—Rod Roth: Dry Chiro
February 8, 2017— Tying Night #2 Tony Torrence—Mega Prince
February 15, 2017— Tying Night #3 Bill Burleigh—Still-Water-Nymph-1.pdf
February 22, 2017— Tying Night #4 Rod Roth–Foam-Chernoyble-Ant.pdf
March 1, 2017– – Tying Night #5 Jason Mitzner–The-Joker.pdf
March 8, 2017– – Tying Night #6 Steve Overall– –Overalls Caddis
March 15, 2017— Tying Night # 7 Vic Hadley—Vicks-Callabetis-Nymph
March 22, 2107— Tying Night #8 Rod Roth—Muddler Minnow
Here is an excellent video on tying the muddler Minnow. When selected go down to the second picture and select the video. http://www.orvis.com/news/?s=