“I cant thank you enough for offering your fly tying class! I had no idea that I would enjoy learning to tie flies as much as I did, and assuring everyone that you are there to answer any questions made me very comfortable” -Lisa…
For many fishermen, suckers aren’t something that you purposely go out and target. Especially not on a river that’s famous for big, wild, brown trout. But not too long ago on the Delaware river, that’s exactly what happened.
“Without a thought in my head aside from wondering what kind of moron wears flip flops when I know damn well there are plenty of spiders running full speed over these rocks. ::Puke:: As I glanced upwards and out of the corner of my eye, about to make a comment, I caught a glimpse of the dark shadows moving in the pool at the bottom of the riffle.
“What the hell are those..”
And just like that, I forgot we were there for trout..”
If you’re in need of a laugh, click here to read the full story on my blog
If you will be attending the International Fly Tying Symposium in Lancaster, PA this weekend, please join us for a Q&A session during “Meet the Bloggers” at the International Fly Tying Symposium in Lancaster, P.A. November 11th 2017 @ 3PM
“The discussion, moderated by Chuck Furimsky, starts at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday and includes audience questions.”
I have been invited to join the “Meet the Bloggers” panel along with Tim Cammisa, Tim Flagler, Josh Miller, John Shaner, Son Tao and Walt Young.
The show goes on for two days and the ballroom will be filled with fly tyers and seminars, so bring a notebook, a pen and all of your questions as there is much to learn! Please see the link above for more information on prices, times and directions.
See you at the show!
Saturday, November 4th @ 1 PM, I will be giving a fly tying demonstration during the Arts of the Angler show, which is being held at the Ethan Allen hotel in Danbury Connecticut.
I will be demonstrating different fly patterns using the Flymen Fishing Company Wiggle Shanks.These Shanks give more movement to your nymphs and emergers that can help entice some of those picky trout.
If you’re in the area please stop over and enjoy the show! There Will be two days full of fly tying demonstrations and presentations from many people.
So as I always recommend; grab a notebook, a pen and bring all of your questions; as there is a wealth of knowledge out there that many of us enjoy sharing with you!
NOVEMBER 4 AND NOVEMBER 5
ETHAN ALLEN INN
DAILY ADMISSION $12
WEEKEND PASS $20
KIDS 12 AND UNDER FREE
HOURS: SATURDAY 9:00AM-5PM & SUNDAY 9AM-3PM
The Arts of the Angler is a full feature fly fishing show in an elegant atmosphere. Here one will find the finest contemporary and collectible fly fishing tackle and accessories, fly tying materials and display flies, books, gifts, destinations, instruction, guiding and services for the fly fishing community. Saturday features a silent auction with items sure to be of interest to the discerning collector and aficionado. “
Nicole March of The Quilted Tyer will be giving a fly tying demonstration this Saturday November 4th, 2017 at 1pm during Arts of the Angler
“Adding more movement to your nymphs and Emergers”
Nicole may have a soft spot for tying and fishing soft hackles and streamers, but doesn’t like to to limit herself to becoming an expert on any one subject. For her, it’s more about becoming a well-rounded fly tyer and fly fisher, so as to adapt to different conditions on the water.
A few years ago she wanted to do more to help others who were new to tying and fishing, and signed up with the local Project Healing Waters chapter. Project Healing Waters quickly became something that herself, as well as other participants in her group, look forward to with every new meeting and outing. She tries to come up with fun and informative lessons when teaching, and enjoys seeing the enthusiasm, especially when what was taught in class, is being utilized on the water during a trip.
Whether it’s a fly tying demonstration or TU presentation shes giving, Nicole enjoys the interactions, history and discussions, and always; encourage as many questions as possible. “I love knowing this is a never-ending learning experience, and will continue to share and help others. When someone tells me they are finally comfortable asking questions they had once been afraid to ask, thinking they would be laughed at or considered a ‘newbie’ or ‘beginner’, it reminds me why I enjoy what I do, and why I continue to teach.”
Nicole March is an active member of the Catskill Fly Tyers Guild, the Assistant Project Lead for PHWFF New City, New York, creates step-by-step fly tying tutorials for Dette Trout Flies and also works as the Event Specialist for the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum.
She recently created a youth coloring & activity book called “Its all about Fly Fishing”, and is a pro team member with Regal Vise, Lagartun and Flymen Fishing Company.
Nicole maintains a blog at http://www.thequiltedtyer.com