Fly tying round table (last Tuesday of every month)

Posted: December 14, 2007 by Nookslayer in Fly Fishing, Salmon, Trout & Steelhead, Tutorials

Hey there guys. 

I have been attending this “round table” for some time now and have learned quite a bit.  Some extremely knowledgeable legends of the sport teach flies that they have either created from scatch, or adapted to their own tastes. Randall Kaufmann, Lani Waller, Randy Stetzer,  Joel LaFollette and many more have taught from time to time. 

If anyone is intersted in attending this, it is held at the new Kaufmann’s Streamborne off of 99W in Tigard.  It is always the last Tuesday of every month (with exception of holidays).  The class is free and materials are supplied.  All you need is your vise and tools.

Here’s the steelhead fly we tied in our last class with Randy Stetzer.  It is named for the river it was tied for but it has been a productive pattern on many rivers. And no this isn’t the one I tied.  (Mine was much prettier!)

The Sol Duc

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Comments
  1. Hellcat says:


    Man, B, I remember the first time you went fishing with us on the Deschutes……man you are not only a natural but you have come a long way.

    H3llcat

  2. Nookslayer says:

    Well, if you remember I bought a fly rod to go on that trip with you and the rest is history! I guess you can say that you are the reason I fly fish? And to take that a step further, Meskel too. You have brought fishing to many of team salmon’s members Heller. Thanks!

  3. Meskel says:

    Since the last Tuesday of this month is Baby Jesus’ birthday do you know if they plan on moving it to another day or just skipping this month?

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