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Fly Tying Night!
Learn to Tie Patterns for Upcoming Outings
January 2017
Fly Tying Session

Thursday, January 26th

7:00-9:00 pm

Terry's House
405 High Court, Gladstone, OR

Learn some proven patterns for the upcoming S. Twin Lake and Timothy Lake trips

There will be a brief board meeting from 6:00-7:00pm.

Carey Special

The Carey Special is a bit of an old school pattern, originating in Canada. Still used as a go-to pattern for many stillwater anglers, it can represent a number of things from leeches, to dragonflies. The combination of hackle movement and peacock herl can be irresistable, sometimes
Mohair Leech

There are many versions of the mohair leech. We love it because it's a simple fly to tie and it works.

This pattern can be very effective for big fish on S. Twin Lake early in the season when leeches are the primary food source for hungry trout in the spring.

Materials you need to bring for tying night.
A vise
Tying thread, black and a bobbin
A bodkin (sharp pointed tool for picking out mohair)
A whip finish tool is handy but not required.
Hooks, size 8 or 10 3X long

Peacock Herl
Pheasant Rump if you have some
gold/silver mylar ribbing.

We have secured a selection of mohair but bring some if you have it.

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