Snake River Cutthorat Entry Level Fly Tying Class

Training Class
Date: Tuesday, 6th February 2018 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Venue: Idaho Falls High School  |  City: Idaho Falls, United States

Snake River Cutthroats Entry Level Fly Tying Class These will begin on Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 and run for 6 consecutive Tuesdays. Classes are 2 hours each, 7-9 PM at Idaho Falls High School. Basic tying techniques are taught with emphasis on patterns that are regionally effective. Required materials are supplied for $30. Detailed class notes covering each fly and tying technique discussed, general information on materials and tools, and on trout food-forms are included. Basic fly tying techniques are taught using proven local fly patterns such as Adams, Renegade, Sofa Pillow, Wooly Bugger etc. and covers tying wet flies, dry flies, and streamers. This class began in the mid 1970s, and some of the original instructors are still teaching. Consequently, there is over 50 years of fly tying teaching experience available for the student to learn from. Usually there is 1 instructor for every 2 students. Instructors have up to 20 years in fly tying teaching experience. Joining a fly tying class allows the beginning fly tier a chance to learn the art of fly tying quickly and easily. Youth 10 years and older are invited. Attendees must bring fly tying vise, thread bobbin, scissors, bodkin, hackle pliers, hair stacker, half-hitch tool and other useful tools, all of which are available in local fly-fishing retail shops. For further information and sign-up contact Buck Goodrich; 208-357-7328 or Jeff Armstrong; 208-522-7005.


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601 S Holmes Ave, Idaho Falls
ID 83401, United States




All Dates

  • From Tuesday, 30th January 2018 07:00 PM to Tuesday, 20th February 2018 09:00 PM