United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island, Inc.
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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.
The Catch and The Hatch
Click HERE to read and download the Free Guide on Tying Better Flies
May 3, 2023 at 6:30 pm
Knights of Columbus
475 Sandy Lane Warwick, RI
Make sure you come to the final meeting of this Spring before the summer break! We will have 4 fabulous tying tables followed by pizza, salad and cake!
Non-alcoholic beverages provided- adult drinks available upstairs.
We will also have a rod available as a silent auction item:
a 5wt Orvis ACCESS Mid-flex 4 piece rod with an Access Mid-Arbor lll reel loaded with an Orvis 5wt floating line.....just what you need to fish this summer!!!
Tyers for the May Meeting are:
Peter Burgess- Magpie fly
John Genovesi- EZ Albie Hooker
Scott Travers- Maple Syrup Fly (hexegenia mayfly nymph)
Joe Kearns- articulated cinder worm
CINDER WORM WORKSHOP 2023
Dave Pollack and Ray Stachelek are looking for instructors and students for the cinder worm hatch class in May. If you are interested in either, contact Marisa Podbros at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call her at 401-213-4400.
Tying sessions will be May 2 & 9 6:30-8:30 pm at the Kettle Pond Visitors Center in Charlestown, RI. Fishing will be on May 20, 4 pm to dark at Ninigret in Charlestown
We recently received an email from a youth services librarian and educator thanking us for all the material we have posted. She has been running a fun beginner's fly fishing project over the last few weeks and they have been able to use some of our information for their group projects.
One of the young fly fishing enthusiasts wanted us to see an article that he and his Dad found that they thought was very informational and helpful for youth new to flyfishing.
Please take a look-- I have added it to our resources library as well-- Thanks Dylan!!