Fly Tying

Want to learn more about fly tying.  There are a few places in town that have times for tying.

Great Plains Nature Center (Class)

There is a monthly tying class held at the Great Plains Nature Center.  This is class a partnership with the Great Plains Nature Center and the Flatland Fly Fishers that is open to anyone.  There are instructors that will teach you how to tie a couple different patterns during class, with step by step instructions.  All the tools and materials needed to tie these patterns will be provided.  If you have your own tools you can bring those to use. You are also free to come and just tie patterns on your own if you want.

If any club member would like to help demonstrate a pattern please contact Rick Brown.

When: Third Friday every Month from 2 pm – 4:30 pm

Where: Great Plains Nature Center

For more information you can go to the Great Plains Nature Center website.

Ark River Anglers

Check their site for information on dates and times they might be doing a class.  They have been doing an open tying on Wednesday nights at 5 pm.

Great Plains Nature Center (Open Tying)

This is an opening tying night at the Great Plains Nature Center.  This is not a tying class.  This is just a time for people to get together, tie flies and talk about fishing.  If you are new to fly tying and want to come, there will be someone there that would be happy to help work with you.  This is a great opportunity for beginners who feel they might not be able to keep up with other people in a fly tying class.  You can tie at your own pace and there will be people available to answer questions and help when you need it.  This is open to anyone who wants to attend.

When: Second Thursday each month from 6:30 pm – 9 pm (We have been stopping this during the summer because of low turnout.  Watch our calendar and Facebook for updates.  You can also always just send us an email asking if we are having it.)

Where: Great Plains Nature Center