Intermediate / Advanced Fly Tying.

Organized by

Off Education Committee


Art Room, Rosehill Community Center




The OFF Education Committee is recommending this fly tying class. 

The Evergreen Fly Fishing Club (EFFC) has been holding this class each year for many years. Each week a different tier presents a fly pattern and the techniques he/she uses to create the pattern. This is a great opportunity for tiers looking to enhance their skills! 

Starting in January EFFC will be presenting their annual 12-week fly-tying class. Each week you will be taught a proven fly pattern that works in the Pacific Northwest. You will also get tips on fly selection, including how and when to use the fly, from twelve experienced fly tiers and fly fishers.

If you're new to tying the instructors and other seasoned tiers are happy to sit alongside you and help you through each pattern. Tying materials and hooks needed to tie 2 or 3 flies each week will be provided, along with written instructions for each fly.

You will need to bring your own fly tying vise and tools (bobbin, thread, scissors, hair stacker, head cement, etc.). EFFC will email you a list of necessary items prior to each class i.e. what color thread or special items for that night. 

When: Wednesdays 6:30pm - 8:30pm,

January 4 through March 22

Location: Art Room, Rosehill Community Center

Address: 304 Lincoln Ave. Mukilteo, WA 98275

Phone:  425-263-8180

Cost: $60

Here is a list of tiers who have made presentations at the EFFC class over several years:

Judy Gattinella - Northwest Atlantic Salmon Guild

Dale Dennis - Cabelas Fly Shop

Al Knudson - Knudson Spider 

Mike Benbow - newspaper columnist, fly shop owner, outdoor writer

Jesse Scott - Evergreen Hand, Northwest Atlantic Salmon Guild

Bob Banks - Cabelas Fly Shop

Steve Gobin - Northwest Atlantic Salmon Guild

Jerry Buron - author "Complete Guide to Successful Chironomid Fishing

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