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ISA Zoom Fly Tying session with Jim Wright, January 24th at 6:00 pm


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ISA will host its first zoom fly tying session on Sunday, January 24th at 6:00 pm.   ISA member Jim Wright has kindly agreed to demonstrate the "Fuzzy Minnow" fly. This is a phenomenal smallmouth fly.

Materials needed for this fly tying session include the following:

A size 1 predator hook;

a sculpting flash fiber brush (in shrimp color);

white buck tail;

white strung maribou;

6mm tabbed eyes;

Jim mentioned he purchases the fiber brush from Mad River Outfitters (Columbus, OH)

Here is the zoom link invite for the fly tying session:

Topic: ISA Zoom Fly Tying Session with Jim Wright
Time: Jan 24, 2021 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84375380803?pwd=QklXazZBb0RVZVV2SElCd3BVTGd5Zz09

This will be our first ISA zoom fly tying session so there may be a few kinks to work out during the process.  Our goal is to have two zoom fly tying sessions per month until the spring fishing season begins.  If any members are interested in demonstrating a fly pattern on future zoom sessions, or if there are any questions about this, please let us know.

 

 


 

 

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I will be there!     Doing a similar tying session with some of my fishing buddies that have moved out west (Colorado & Montana) earlier in the week. 

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Van, good to know, please share with us pros and cons of your zoom tying experience.  ISA is purchasing a special camera for the close up tying demonstrations. We hope to do several this winter.   I look forward to hearing about your trip out west last fall.

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