Published DateHOLDERNESS — The Squam Lakes Association plans Introduction to Fly-Tying workshops on Wednesdays, February 27 and March 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Local fly-fishers Bill Clark and EB James, who's also the Executive Director of the SLA, will lead the workshops at the SLA's Resource Center, 534 Route 3 in Holderness.
Two evening programs are scheduled and participants are welcome to attend one or both evenings. Workshops will focus on the fundamentals of a few key patterns that form the fundamental skills for fly-tying.
On February 27, participants will learn to tie a Wooly Bugger and a Hare's Ear Nymph. These two patterns are basic building blocks both for learning to tie and for catching a variety of warm and cold water fish. March's workshop will review these patterns as well as introduce other basic patterns to be determined.