'A range of Mayfly patterns'
Phil Holding led us in tying a 'structured set' of mayflies -
loop wing emerger, drowned surface fly, dry
'Flies that caught Wharfe trout over 2lb in 2017'
Mark Whitmarsh showed us how to tie these flies which he had found successful
All Purpose Emerger, Renato's Olive, Winged Gnat
Still water patterns, January 2015
Phil Holding led this session which was generously sponsored by www.flytyingboutique.com
We tied the following patterns - Diawl Bach (red holo version), Cruncher, Humungus.
Mayfly patterns, May 2013
Stuart led us in tying these two, then invited us to practice a few more
These are stuart's own tyings
Shellback patterns, February 2013
Stuart Bowdin put together an interesting programme for us
PT nymph (copper tinsel back)
Tying with foam, July 2012
Phil Holding led us in applying some foam techniques:
Beetle (peacock underbody, legs from the tips of the peacock)
Basic ant, legs of your choice to be added if required.
Body constructed on a needle - and rmoved from the needle
And here are some more examples of foam applied as we were shown:
Snail, Hawthorn, Daddy, Mohican Mayfly
Mayflies, April 2011
Stuart Bowdin showed us how to tie the following
Stuart's selection of styles shown.
1st: Mayfly nymph
2nd: Dry mayfly using detached body and pre-formed wings.
Photos of this group session in 'Gallery'
Buzzers, March 2011
The first is one of Phil's demo flies
The rest are a member's production, photos by Allan Brown