In this workshop we are going to describe how to tie four types of flies (Dry, wets, streamers, and nymphs), which you will be able to use during the fishing season. Each of the patterns has been specifically selected so that you can tie other patterns in the category with little difficulty. In learning these basic techniques you will soon master certain fundamentals, which will help as you start tying more complex patterns. All materials and equipment for these workshops will be provided. I am proud to have Jeremy Maxon’s experience, and tying skills, as our instructor for this workshop.
Jeremy, has been tying flies, researching materials, and developing techniques for his own patterns since he attended a fly tying class in High School. Jeremy ties flies commercially for many of the fly shops in the Treasure Valley, as well as abroad. Jeremy has been invited by the Fly Fishers Federation (FFF) Fly Tying Expositions as well as other shows in the Northwest, where he shows attendees how to tie various patterns.
He was chairman for the 2009 Western Idaho Fly Fishers Expo in Boise, Idaho where he and his family live. (See workshop for info). All materials and equipment for these workshops will be provided. Limited to 8 Participants. For workshop dates and times, please refer to registration or upcoming events.
Workshop fees are $65.00 Limited to 10 Participants and will be held in the Sawtooth Conference Room at Cabela’s Tuesday evenings starting at 6:00pm.