Instructional

OFS Instructional Event (i.e. fly tying, winter casting etc.)

Christmas Fly Tying

Merry Christmas and Greetings to all Fly Fishers and Tyers

We are currently in the planning stages for our 3rd annual OFS Christmas Fly Tying Competition. Part fly tying competition, part christmas social, it is a become a fun filled joyfully evening, with participation increasing each year.

Additional details will be posted soon.

Fly Tying

Tyer: MIchel Dumont

Michel will be leading the tying this month with three (3) effective patterns:
- Woolly Bugger (streamer)
- Killer Bug (scud)
- Devil Bug (dry)

As always, all materials will be provided in return for a toonie donation - simply bring your tools, threads, and a smile or two.

Fly Tying

Pattern: Clouser Minnow
Tyer: Bruce Clarke

As always, all materials will be provided in return for a toonie donation - simply bring your tools, threads, and a smile or two.

Doors open at 6:30pm and visitors are always welcome.
Meetings are held at the Champlain Field House (click here for our location on Google map). Parking is available on Cowley Ave.

Fly Tying

Tyer: Bob Jurmain
Pattern(s): Hammel's Killer & PTN (Pheasant Tail Nymph)

We're kicking off this season's tying nights with two stillwater trout patterns have been very successful this past season. Anyone that has fished Kenauk in the past knows, it is always a good idea bring along a supply of Hammel's Killers.

As in the past materials will be provided for a small donation to the tying fund (typically a toonie).

Fly Tying

Pattern: TBA
Tyer: TBA

As always, all materials will be provided in return for a toonie donation - simply bring your tools, threads, and a smile or two. Doors at the Champlain Park field-house will be open at 6:30 pm and the tying will get underway at 7:00 pm.

Fly Tying

Requests have come in to do a dry fly pattern for our last regularly scheduled fly tying session. With this in mind, two patterns have been selected, the Quigley Cripple and the Sparkle Dun. Both patterns are simple to tie and are generic in nature allowing the tier to tie for any particular hatch.

As always, all materials will be provided in return for a toonie donation - simply bring your tools, threads, and a smile or two. Doors at the Champlain Park field-house will be open at 6:30 pm and the tying will get underway at 7:00 pm.

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