Presenting “Wet Flies 101” Wednesday March 4 at FVTU

First and foremost: the venue has changed. The meeting will be in the large banquet room of the Whinstone Tavern at Stanley Golf Course, 245 Hartford Rd., New Britain, CT. I think doors open at 6:30 and the meeting starts at 7:00. I assume there will be an update on the FVTU website, fvtu.org.

The Program: Wet Flies 101 – The ancient and traditional art of subsurface fly fishing. Wet flies have been taking trout for centuries — and the fish aren’t getting any smarter. More and more anglers are discovering that a wet fly is often the best way to match a hatch. Explore the wonders of the wet fly as we cover basics like wet fly types, leader construction, where to fish wet flies, and how to fish them.

If you want to see the other nineteen slides, you gotta come to the presentation.

Wet Flies 101

8 comments on “Presenting “Wet Flies 101” Wednesday March 4 at FVTU

  1. Mike says:

    Hi Steve, Can you post the address for the Whinstone tavern….Please!

  2. Steve Culton says:

    It’s in the text now.

  3. Robert Ceccarini says:

    Steve Are you available in early april for a Farmy River presentation at TU NYC Thanks Rob

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  4. Mike says:

    The weather is supposed to be pretty lousy tomorrow night,will the presentation go on regardless?
    If not how do I find out its been canceled?
    I would have to travel an hour so i want to be sure its a go.
    Thanks

  5. atomicoutdoors says:

    Reblogged this on Outdoor Blitz Media.

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