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Old 12-21-2013, 08:10 PM
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Default Re: Tying lessons

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Originally Posted by craigthor View Post
Hard to say but I would look for a local fly fishers group. .......
Here's what our club's class schedule looks like
6 classes, 50 bucks for non-member
Taught by professional tyers
That would be the Cabela's in East Hartford CT if anybody is interested
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CFFA fly tying classes at Cabela's begin Jan. 9th and run 6 consecutive Thursdays. Cost for this course is $30 for kids 16 and under, $50 for Non-Members and $40 for CFFA members. Students must register by phoning Richard Gilligan at 860-839-2070. If you need additional information please contact Richard.

FRESH WATER PATTERNS:

Jan. 9th.- Class 1; Streamers: Wooly Bugger & White Marabou Streamers

Jan. 16th-Class 2; Nymphs: Tellico Nymph & Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear Nymph

Jan. 23th-Class 3; Wet Flies: Dark Cahill & Turkey Tail Soft Hackle

Jan. 30th-Class 4; Dry Flies; Blue Wing Olive & Light Cahill

Feb. 6 th- Class 5: Dry Flies: Poly Wing Spinner & Elk Hair Caddis

Feb. 13th-Class 6: Terrestrials: Parachute Ant & Deer Hair Bug
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