United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island, Inc.

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UFTRI Flies can be found in the Fly Picture Catalog  (where they appear on a number of pages) and the Fly Pattern Index (where they are all listed alphabetically on one page.)
R. I. DEM Events:

        UFTRI Partners

Please support these businesses as they 
always support UFTRI.
Click on the links below to go to their website

Fin and Feather Outfitters
3520 Quaker Lane 
North Kingstown, RI 02852

Bear's Den Fly Fishing Co.
34 Robert W Boyden Rd
Taunton, MA 02780

Simple Techniques You Can Apply Every Time 
You Get On the Vise

With a little practice, anyone can tie some flies that catch fish, but there are some real meaningful differences in a seasons tyers patterns vs a beginners. In this free guide from The Catch & The Hatch, we'll walk you through three simple ways to tie better flies each and every time regardless the patterns. 

​                                                                          Allen
                                                                   The Catch and The Hatch

Click HERE to read and download the Free Guide on Tying Better Flies

October Meeting
October 6 at 6:30 pm 
Knights of Columbus 
475 Sandy Lane Warwick, RI

October Tyers

Peter Burgess: October Caddis

- Ron Marafioti: Quick tie Caddis---This high floating caddis is easy to tie and the fish love it. Ryan Gabert started tying this caddis fly pattern a couple of years ago after seeing something like it in Wyoming. Tie it with the body color to match the caddis flies on your stream. 

Dennis Pelletier: Albie Fly

Glen Northrup: Magog smelt---Originated in the Lake Memphremagog area of Quebec and Vermont. Popularized in America in the 1940's by Edward Materne of East Providence and Harold Gibbs of Barrington. Works great on Stripers and Landlocks.  

- John McCall:  Saltwater streamer patterns

Look in the tab "This Month's Flies"  for a picture and 
materials for each of the flies.
Tying Better Flies