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.)

Women's Fly Fishing
 Saturday, July 9, 2016
 9 AM to 3 PM
 Carolina Trout Hatchery - Carolina, RI
Contact: Kimberly Sullivan, RIDEM – Fish and Wildlife 401-539-0019 or kimberly.sullivan@dem.ri.gov  

R. I. DEM Events:
Looking to get a start on tying some flies for the HEX hatch? 
Fin & Feather will be having a tying demonstration 
of HEX flies on 
Saturday June 25 from 11 am- 2 pm
Our own John McCall will be the featured tyer.
Stop by and show your support for our club and for one of the local fly fishing shops.

Fin & Feather is located at 3520 Quaker Lane, North Kingstown, RI

At the final meeting on May 4, the following officers were voted in:

                     Jeff Perry                President
                     Russ Ahlgren          Vice President
                     Ann Gallagher         Treasurer
                     Cyndi Chrostek        Secretary

Congratulations to all new officers!
The DOUBLE HAUL is probably one of the more misunderstood casts in all of fly fishing, in two ways. First, many anglers believe that the double haul is too difficult to learn, that it requires some mystical timing-and-coordination combination that they’ll never master.
The second misconception is that double-hauling is for saltwater anglers only. However, it’s a useful cast for almost any kind of trout fishing, even if you’re chasing trout on small streams. For one thing, the double haul takes a lot of strain off your casting arm and shoulder, leaving you less tired after a long day on the water. It also helps you cast into the wind and can improve accuracy.

Click here to learn the basics of the Double Haul