Intermediate and Skills Development Tying Class
|Class:||Winter Steelhead Flies|
|Date/Time:||January 21, 2017, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
Synopsis of Class
Eggs aren't the only thing that can catch steelhead in the winter. Although many steelhead fishermen and women love to throw nymphs all day for winter steelies there is nothing quite like the strike of a big steelhead on a swung streamer. One of the nice things about swinging streamers for steelhead is that you do not have to do hardly anything in terms of fishing. The only thing you have to do is try to get your fly down to the fish and then wait for that strike. Unlike nymph fishing where you are adjusting indicators, always watching and hoping that twitch is finally a fish and not another rock.
There are many different patterns that can be thrown for steelhead. Some old and some new. Plus, there are many ways to tie these patterns. Different colors, weighted vs. non-weighted, material action and size are all factors to consider.
In this class we will focus on three different patterns that are great streamers to swing for winter steelhead. Each can be tied in different colors and sizes and even with varying materials to produce different effects.
All tying material will be provided. You will need to bring the following tying equipment.
- A vise
- A bobbin
- Tying Thread for this class,
- Pink and Purple 70 Denier UTC Ultra Thread
- Head Cement
- Hackle Pliers
- Scissors (Good sharp scissors!)
- Half hitch tools and/or Whip Finish Tool
The flies you will tie in this class are,
Pick 'Yer Pocket
Winter Expression Spey
You can sign up online, call us at 317-570-9811 or send us an to enroll in the class. Just make certain to enroll today!