The Arts of the Angler is a terrific regional show hosted by my friends at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum. It’s a weekend affair, and it happens this year on November 5th & 6th at the Ethan Allan Inn in Danbury, CT.
This year, I’ll be tying and presenting “Wet Flies 101” on Saturday afternoon, November 5th at 3pm in Room 1. I have a hectic morning, so I’ll be tying as soon as I am able, but it won’t be until 1pm or later. My Sunday is still up in the air — I may be tying on Sunday, too. I’ll update you with that information if it happens. Come out and support the museum, and of course please stop by and say hello.
Here’s the current presentation schedule (I am not responsible for changes):
10:00am-11:00 Dave Van Burgel Basics of Bamboo Rodmaking
1:00pm-2:00 John Shaner Soft Hackles
3:00pm-4:00 Steve Culton Wet Flies 101
10:00am-11:00 Peggy Brenner Tying Successful Traditional Streamers
1:00pm-2:00 Joan Wulff The Art of Fly Casting
3:00pm-4:00 Tony Ritter The Upper Delaware River: Flyfishing, History and Politics
10:30am-11:30 Kathy Scott Writing about The Letters to Everett Garrison
12:30pm-1:30 Terry Shultz Fishing in the Indian Ocean, Indonesia and Oman
10:30am-11:30 Joan Wulff The Art of Fly Casting
12:30pm-1:30 Nick Rubicco Montauk on the Fly
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