Club BBQ and Fishing Day 5 June
Latest Report: Bob Sharp at Ravensthorpe
Workshops start again in June
For June meetings it will be limited to 6 people and masks must be worn as we did last year. It maybe for the rest of the meetings the rules change and we can get back to normality, we will keep you posted.
For the June , July and August can you all bring your own refreshments please. Tables and chairs will be anti bacterially cleaned as we did last year.
It will be first 6 people to e mail me will attend the June dates. It is the fairest method. John Poote will be guiding the members who are attempting the Bronze Award. This will be on Thursday Summer meetings. Hope to see some of you there.
Meanwhile tight lines and look out for Reports on this season’s members exploits on our web site.
We are a long established club which in a friendly and informal group have been meeting to tie flies and talk about our fishing exploits. After 30 years we have decided to change our club name from the Chiltern Branch of the Fly Dressers’ Guild to the Chiltern Fly Tying and Fly Fishing Club which we think reflects a more modern outlook and terminology.
We have a number of excellent fly tyers who demonstrate at shows and events; they also train newcomers in all the techniques necessary to tie successful flies. Members are encouraged to improve their techniques and assistance is always available to help achieve a better understanding of fly tying.
Throughout the season we organise informal fishing days, we have experienced members who are willing to instruct newcomers in the various skills needed to catch fish.
- The second Thursday of the month is beginner one-to-one instruction and group improver night.
- The third Thursday of the month is our very popular ‘Invited Speaker’ evening when top personalities in the fly tying and fishing world demonstrate their skills.
- The fourth Thursday of the month is a led workshop when one of the members demonstrates step by step how to tie particular flies, often those tied during the speaker evening.
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Junior membership (under 18) is £5
In addition we charge £4 for the workshop evenings, our speaker evenings are £5 including raffle and refreshments.
We are a Branch of the Fly Dressers’ Guild (FDG) and all members of the Club must also hold membership of the Guild. There are a number of benefits with membership, a regular magazine and public liability insurance.