I've mentioned it several times during the coronavirus pandemic that no company within the fly fishing industry has dove deeper into social media and virtual engagement than Orvis and their almost daily sessions have been a great way to learn everything from fly tying, casting, techniques or angling methods, rod shop and factory visits, and even the history of this sport.
Tom Rosenbauer continues to more than earn his paycheck with the Orvis Virtual Fly Tying 101 classes that start later this month. If you've ever wanted to learn how to tie your own flies, this is a great way to learn from the comfort of your pandemic home office.
Join us for this
five-class series hosted by renowned fly-fishing mentor, Tom Rosenbauer.
Each week’s virtual class will feature a new pattern as well as provide
you with the techniques you need as you get
started tying your own flies. These live classes will take you through
the entire tying process, step-by-step from beginning to end, with
easy-to-follow instructions. When you sign up, you will also receive a
checklist of all the materials you will need to
tie each pattern. Every class will be recorded and available online, so
you can go back and replay the entire class or review particular
segments at any time.
Here is the 2021 schedule:
- January 28 – Woolly Bugger
- February 4 – Elk Hair Caddis
- February 11 – Beadhead Hare’s Ear Nymph
- February 18 – Clouser Minnow
- February 25 – Foam Bass Popper
Need a kit to get your started as well? Check out the Orvis Premium Fly-Tying Kit at your local dealer or order online.
Don't miss out on the Orvis Virtual Fly Fishing 101 sessions which all it takes to sign up is your email.