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:
Next Meeting:
May 2, 2018
6:30 pm
Knights of Columbus
475 Sandy Lane
Warwick, RI

        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

Why do fishing reports always include streamflows? Why are guides always complaining about crazy streamflow changes? Because streamflows are incredibly important to the success of your day on the water when fly fishing. This article will give you a practical how to approach on how to inspect streamflows and use that information to plan for your day. Please click on the picture below to read the article from
 The Catch & The Hatch website.

Table Instructors

TABLE #1: Alex Petti will be tying a salt water fly called the Congo Hair Fly.

TABLE #2: John McCall will be tying freshwater emerger flies.

TABLE #3: Peter Burgess will be tying cinder worm flies.

TABLE #4: Bill Dzilenski will be tying a salt water fly called the Flatwing                         Deceiver

TABLE #5: Joe Paliotti will be tying a fresh water fly called the Red Tag.

TABLE #6: Russ Ahlgren will be tying a freshwater fly called Whitlock Mouse                    Rat.

TABLE #7: Ron Marafioti will be tying a freshwater fly called the Black Nosed                    Dace