Fly Tying Class

In conjunction with the Hudson River Maritime Museum, CMTU will be holding a fly tying class this spring. It will be a two-day class on March 4-5 from 10AM to 4PM. The course is designed for people who are just starting out tying or who have never tied before. You will learn the basic techniques for tying a wide range of flies, including dry flies, wet flies, nymphs, and streamers. We will discuss how flies imitate certain insects, and you will learn about material selection, tool use, and a wide range of techniques.

All tools and materials needed for this class will be supplied. If you already have a fly-tying vice and tools, you are welcome to bring them.

The course will be taught by Andrew Higgins and will take place at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. 

The cost of the course is $100, but CMTU members can sign up at a significant discount. To get the discount, contact Andrew Higgins at

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