Friday, March 3, 2017

The Fly Fishing Show - Lancaster, PA

This weekend, March 4 & 5, 2017 we'll be at the last of this season's Fly Fishing Shows taking place at the Lancaster County Convention Center.  I'll be doing a presentation each day, the featured tyer gig, and the rest of the time I'll be on the floor with the usual tying hoodlums you have come to know and love.

My schedule is a follows:

Saturday at 1:30PM - Release Room - Simple Dry Flies for Sophisticated Trout

Sunday at 1:00PM - Release Room - Eastern Hatches and their Imitations

Sunday at 3:00PM - Featured Tyer - Tying Simple Dry Flies

For more information and the full schedule: The Fly Fishing Show Lancaster, PA

Hope to see you there.

AND the first "BUGS and BREWS" fly tying event takes place tonight........

The first Bugs and Brews fly tying event will take place at Czig Meister Brewery in Hackettstown, NJ, located at 106 Valentine Street starting at 6:00PM.  This is the first time for this event, which has been organized by Frank Rosata of Ridge and Valley Trout Unlimited.

Press release:

On March 3, 2017, RVTU will host its first "Bugs and Brews Night." This is an open tying event. Bring materials to tie your own patterns or match up with other tiers and learn theirs. This is a great opportunity to learn and ask questions.

We encourage other Trout Unlimited Chapters to participate and help spread the message of TU's cause and our great sport of FlyFishing/FlyTying. We also encourage you to bring a banner supporting your local TU chapter.

Some notes about Czig Meister Brewery. They have a ample selection of their craft Brews. YOU CAN NOT BYOB. They do not serve food but they encourage you to support local restaurants (many of which deliver) or bring your own food. The space they will reserve for us in the back is rather large. I noted they lighting was actually pretty good but a tying lamp always helps. I also took notice of the tables. C- Clamps will work on some, but if you have a base clamp bring that. We're hoping this will be the first of many events for us.

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