Flytying class at Southeastern Montgomery County Trout Unlimited Chapter #468

Our TU Chapter held our first flytying class on Tuesday, January 17, 2006. This was the first of the monthly flytying classes that will be held on the third Tuesday of every month there is a meeting. This is the week after our monthly meeting. Rudy Gable is our lead instructor. However, we are fortunate to have many more expert flytyers in our Chapter as Sam Shiels, Den Mora, Bill MaNamara and others, making the flytying class a wonderful and exciting social event. We are even getting our wives pressed into flytying. The first fly tied was the woolly worm. Stay tuned.

Rudy's Red Tail Woolly Worm

Hook: 2X nymph hook size 10
Thread: Black
Tail: Red Yarn
Body: Black Chenille
Hackle: Grizzly palmered over body
This recipe is the most common, but not hard and fast.
You may change colors on any or all of the materials to suit.



January 19, 2006
photos (c) by Den Mora and Walt Kononenko

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