Info for anyone attending the upcoming Guild Picnic on August 19th 2017!

The Catskill Fly Tyers Guild will hold our annual picnic on August 19 from 12 – 4 pm at the Elsie and Harry Darbee and Matthew Vinciguerra Memorial Pavilion at CFFCM, Old Rt 17, Livingston Manor NY.

Plates, silverware and napkins will be provided. As always, the picnic is a potluck which means everyone brings a dish to share.

Please let Nicole March at TheQuiltedTyer@gmail.com know what you are bringing, and how many guests are coming, this way we can obtain a final head count.

We also will have Casting games, so bring your rod!

Don’t forget to bring your two flies for the fly swap labeled with your name, name of fly, size & date. Containers will be available.

Free fly tying courses with Guild member Hank Rope will begin February 18th, 2017

The Jerry Bartlett Angling Collection and the Phoenicia Fish and Game Club will sponsor a series of free fly-tying classes beginning on February 18, 2017 at 10:00 am.
The first class will be held at the Jerry Bartlett Angling Collection at the Phoenicia library, Main Street in Phoenicia on February 18.

The three additional classes, will be at Phoenicia Fish and Game on Route 28 in Mt. Tremper.

Preregistration is a must. Call or e-mail Hank Rope at: tyeflys@hvc.rr.com (845) 254-5904.

Upcoming Event: February 18, 2017 Guild Meeting 

The February 18, 2017 monthly meeting of the Catskill Fly Tyers Guild will be held at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center, Old Route 17, Livingston Manor NY at 1 pm.   Last month we were tying flies for Casting For Recovery, our meeting place was not available due to weather – first time ever cancelled! If…

Arts of the Angler: November 5th and 6th, 2016 in Danbury Connecticut

Every year the Catskill Fly Fishing center and museum host the”Arts of the Angler” show in Danbury Connecticut, at the Ethan Allen hotel.

It’s always an excellent show with two full days of presentations, different fine arts and handmade items for sale, along with two rooms packed with experienced fly Tyers, and this year was no exception.