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2020 Fly Tying Course

The 2020 Introduction to Fly Tying course is now open for registration. You can register at the Recreation Centre office and online at

The Kalamalka Flyfishers Introduction to Fly Tying course will run every Tuesdays,  7:30pm-9:30pm, starting Tuesday, 21 January 2020 with the last night on Tuesday, 24 March 2020. That’s 10 nights. Cost of the Fly Tying course is $103.60. Cost of tools and supplies required for the course are extra. No tools or equipment are required the first night. Details of what is required will be given the first night of the course.

The course is designed for the person interested in getting into fly tying. Emphasis is on basic fly tying techniques, construction and material used. Fly fishing methods, presentation and aquatic entomology of the fly is also discussed.

Introduction To Fly Tying

Learn to tie your own flies with the help of the Kalamalka Flyfishers Introduction to Fly Tying. Designed for the person who has never tied flies and is interested in getting started in the art of fly tying. This course will teach you all the skills you will need to start tying your own flies. For the person who has not tied in awhile, wanting to get back into fly tying, the Introduction to Fly Tying is a great refresher.

The Introduction to Fly Tying course is 10 nights (2 hours each). Held only once a year beginning in mid January until March. Classes are usually on Tuesday nights from 7:30 pm until 9:30 pm at the Kalamalka Flyfishers Society meeting room located upstairs of the Rocky Mountain Transport office 2906 41st avenue, Vernon. Details can be found in the Vernon Parks and Recreation winter Active Living Guide.

For more information and registration visit the Recreation Centre 3310 – 37 avenue, Vernon or visit them online at