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Beginner's Session Tonight


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Tonight,November 11, is the first of this years beginnerd tying sessions. We will use "Charlie Craven's Basic Fly Tying" as our teaching manual. Copies of this book are available from the Club library.

 

Bring your tools or borrow a set from the club.

 

Dave Murray

Woolly

Program Director

 

 

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Thank you Dave this is our new beginner program we are launching and hope this to be an on going program. We will have at least 2 nights out of the month basically set aside for a beginner program. You will find the schedule dates in our monthly newsletter.

 

The structure of this course allows you to start at a level that your most comfortable with. From the rank beginner to a somewhat more advanced beginner. The first fly in the Manual if your interested in starting there will be the wire worm. All that is needed is a bit of copper wire. I believe I have enough with me tonight to use. & a small bit of dark dubbing & black 6/0 or 8/0 tying thread. I or we will find some hooks for sure.

 

See all tonight

 

Tight Lines Always

Dennis S

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I echo Dennis' coments from last night's meeting. It was heartening to see the number of people involved in welcoming and giving instructions to the new tyers. The atmosphere was great. Let's keep it up in the weeks to. come. And a note to Bobber. Next time i attend a meeting I'll bring my minature latch hook tool and show you how to tie knots in pheasant tail fibres for hopper legs that you asked about.

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