The Gwent Angling Society 2011 Fly Tying Demo

Gwent Angling Fly Tying Demo 2011Click the above image to download flyer.

After attending the 2010 Gwent Angling Society Annual Fly Tying Demonstration as a guest tier, I am very happy and excited to have been invited back to the 2011 event on Sunday March 6th, and I will be re-joining a fantastic bunch of fly tiers, featuring Louis Noble, Gwilym Hughes, Alun Rees, Jonathan Davies, Sean Jones, Keith Passant, Chris Price, Dai Jones, and Mark Roberts.

The day will see a wide range of flies being tied for a range of fishing environments and species, and by a host of great tiers; river, still water, salt, trout, grayling, salmon, sewin, permit, bone-fish, etc; all will be covered.

As well as tying their chosen specialites, the tiers would also love to answer any queries you have, whether they relate to a specific pattern or to a certain technique. Just ask away!

I’ll be spending the day focusing on the two main areas of my fly tying: midges, micro emergers and dry flies in the range of size #20 down to #32, as well as my go-to ‘Five Patterns For Small Streams’. I will also be answering any questions you might have, so feel free to drop by my table for a chat. Don’t be a stranger!

All are welcome to this fantastic fly tying event, entry to which is £10 and includes a rather great, but gut-busting, hog roast! There will also be a bar and a raffle taking place with some great prizes.

For more information, feel free to download a copy of the Gwent Angling Society’s Fly Tying Demo flyer here or see their website by visiting www.gwentanglingsociety.co.uk.

Come along for a fantastic afternoon; I’ll look forward to seeing you!

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A few images of last year’s (2010) event, and a great evening had by all.

Chris Price (APGAI) hard at work on a CDC olive imitation…
Chris Price (APGAI) hard at work on a CDC olive imitation...

…and one of the more messier of fly tier’s table…
...and one of the more messier tables!’ table