Upcoming Event: Tie One On- Syracuse, NY March 24, 2018

The art work for the poster is finished and the tables are being set up for this weekends event!

 

I will be tying flies and selling some of my fly tying scrap bins this Saturday March 24, 2017 at Tie One On in Syracuse! Stop on over and see the many Tyers and presentations going on throughout the day!

 

 

Free Regal Fly Tying Class! March 4th 2018

Regal Tying

❄️When the snow is falling and the rivers are high there’s no better way to shake off that cabin fever than by tying a few new patterns to stock those boxes. ❄️

I will be teaching two patterns this Sunday, March 4 at Ramsey outdoor in Succasunna New Jersey and the class is free!  Just bring your vise and tools and come on down!

Class starts at 10am!

The Succasunna location is:

281 Route 10 East
Succasunna, NJ 07876

See you at The Fly Fishing Show! Edison, NJ

26993339_1501024953279949_3856251584640892470_nIf you’re heading to The Fly Fishing Show at the new location in Edison NJ this week, stop on over to the Regal Vise – Regal Fly Tying Vise booth on Friday! I’ll be tying up a variety of Bass Agitators from 9-11am. Saturday I’ll be over at the Hardy Fly Fishing / Hodgman booth so come by an see us this weekend!

My Custom Fly Tying Scrap Bins and Etsy Shop

Peacock and flies fly tying scrap bin

Last year while tying at my bench, I realized how aggravating it was to always have to reach under the table to put my clippings in, or when I tied at shows; scrounging around looking for an empty paper cup so that my bench wasn’t a mess. Which in turn created another eye sore; basically the paper cup full of clipped feathers. Remembering one I had made for my sewing bench, I messed with the pattern a little more and came up with one that would work better for fly tying!

I made a few test patterns for me and my husband to use at home. And over time I have tried to perfect them before selling them online.

MORE INFORMATION ON MY CUSTOM FLY TYING SCRAP BINS

THE ETSY SHOP IS NOW OPEN!

I have had quite a deal of interest recently and at this time, and am trying as hard as I can to meet up with the demand, so please bare with me, as my Etsy Shop isn’t fully stocked just yet.  Anything there that is listed “Ready to ship” will ship out immediately on the next business day. I have been taking custom orders through Instagram and email at the moment and wanted to take a few moments to explain how the bins work and what the pricing is. I have a wide range of fabrics with more coming in every week so please take a look; and If you dont see what you want do not hesitate to ask. I fabric shop once a week as well as order online every two weeks.

My bins currently come in 2 different styles. Weighted and Unweighted and fabric choices and more information can be found at the link below:

MORE INFORMATION ON MY CUSTOM FLY TYING SCRAP BINS

The opening of new chapter of Kids On The Fly: Northwest NJ!

Kids on the Fly

I’m proud to announce that I will be part of a new Kids On The Fly chapter being held in Northwest, NJ!

The art of fly tying, as with anything in life that we enjoy; is a never-ending learning experience which continues to grow right along with us as we get older. We find ourselves up all night spending countless hours behind the vise tying up patterns we hope will bring fish to our nets, fishing every minute we can, attending shows, watching seminars, asking questions and deciphering the answers, reading books and sifting through the history of what came before us; all while trying to retain what we have taken in so we can apply it to our own personal use on the water.

Kids on the Fly, NWNJ
Kids on the Fly, NWNJ

We have all seen first hand the positive influence that fly fishing has had on our own lives, anyone who has worked with/participated in PHWFF/Casting for Recovery or the many volunteer organizations which promote healing through tying and fishing; knows how much of an impact it really has. It creates and opens up a whole new world. Someone who once felt like they were alone, now has an entirely new community to converse with. Working with my Project Healing Waters chapter has repeatedly proven this time and time again with new participants. We also meet countless people in our travels, some of which turn into friendships with that stay with us throughout our lives. We even find that over time we have created these extended families that we look forward to seeing at events, that we laugh with and share stories.

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