The SVTU Chapter invites you to join us in our well received Annual FLY TYING Sessions.
An improvement this year is the first three sessions will focus on beginner tyers followed by six more sessions for the beginners to continue and experienced tyers wanting to improve their craft!
THE SESSIONS WILL AGAIN BE HELD AT THE ISAAC WALTON LEAGUE - ROCKVILLE CHAPTER - CLUBHOUSE IN GERMANTOWN COMMENCING IN MID-JANUARY AND CONTINUING THROUGH APRIL.
LOCATION: 18301 WARING STATION ROAD, GERMANTOWN, MD., 20874
SVTU COORDINATOR: CHARLES AUGUST : CONTACT = email@example.com
Current curriculum / schedule is:
BEGINNERS: 3 weekly sessions, Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9:30pm Jan. 18th, Jan. 25th, and Feb. 1st.
session #1 will be an introduction to fly tying with a
description of tools and materials, explaining the arcane definitions of
fly tying terms, preparing hooks, and, finally, tying the “Green Weenie”.
Session #2 will involve tying a “Walt’s Worm” and will include putting lead
and/or a bead head on the hook, then preparing and using rabbit’s fur
dubbing, and ribbing.
Session #3 will be devoted to tying wooly buggers; the standard all black
fly and then some variants, for example, “Patuxent Specials”, bead head
buggers, and of course, the “IWL Special” bugger.
EXPERIENCED TYERS SESSIONS: Six sessions will commence Feb. 8th and will be held every other
Tuesday evening from 7:30 - 9:30 PM. The current dates are: Feb. 8, Feb. 22, March 8, March 22, April 5, and April 19.