Archive for Fly Tying

Methow Skills for Kids: Community Restoration & Fly Fishing Day

Methow Skills for Kids presents a community restoration and fly fishing day at the WDFW Floodplain site in preparation for National Fisihng Day June 10th at the Winthrop Hatchery.

Explore – Wander the floodplain trails and learn about habitat restoration
Restore– Plant native trees and shrubs to help restore this site
Cast– Practice fly casting techniques with local experts
Tie– Study aquatic insects and learn the art of fly tying

This Methow Skills for Kids workshop is for ages 10 and up!

Participation in the day’s activities is free, but registration is required.

METHOW SKILLS: Fly Tying with Leaf Seaburg

Methow Skills is excited to invite you to a fly tying workshop with local fisherman, guide and host of the KTRT Fishing Report, Leaf Seaburg. Leaf has been fishing the Methow for over 30 years and showing locals and visitors alike all the best the river has to offer as the owner and operator of Methow Fishing Adventures.

While it may be too chilly to convince you to don those waders and hop in you can put these long winter nights to good use by learning how to tie some of Leaf’s favorite bugs (make sure to ask about his Seahawks Chironomid)! This two hour workshop is suitable for all from the fly tying novice to those looking to improve their skills!

The workshop will be held in the Education Station (Building 9) on the TwispWorks campus. Pre-registration is required.

Register by calling (509) 997-3300 or emailing register@twispworks.org