Chapter Art of Fly Tying
NOTICE: The Spring 2020 Session of The Art Fly Tying has been canceled until further notice. This is an attempt to limit any possibility of covid-19 virus transmission and is a precaution suggested by The CDC for group meetings. Keep posted for any updates.
The Spring 2020 Session of The Art Fly Tying
will focus primarily on Other Aquatics
Wednesday evenings from TBD through TBD
7:00 pm to ~9:00 pm or a little later
"The Art of Fly Tying" enhances the enjoyment of fly fishing but can be very intimidating. Catching a fish on a fly that you tied yourself is exciting and very satisfying.
Joel Weiner – Instructor
There is no fee for the course, the Instructors and materials are provided by Ernest Schwiebert Chapter of Trout Unlimited. If you have your own tying tools, we encourage you to bring them. We will supply tying equipment for those who need it.
This course of basic fly tying techniques will ease you into this creative art giving you the fundamentals used to tie all types of flies.
The Art of Fly Tying Course, Summer Session - First in a Series
Some of those who attended are seen in the final class photo. Everyone enjoyed the sessions and look forward to future Fly Tying Instruction.
The Course will continue in the Fall with new content. There will be an online registration via the Watershed Institute Website. More info on the Fall 2019 The Art of Fly Tying Course by Joel Weiner will be posted soon.
The hope is that those who attend these courses will join the Chapter Fly Tying Team representing ESCTU at the 2020 March Madness Fly Tying Program held at the Pequest Hatchery.
lrfr Joel Weiner, Bob Bishop
lr2r Eddy Rogers, Stewart von Oehsen, Greg De Angelis, David Gallagher
lr3t Billy Walker, Kevin Barry