Fly tying presentation, Nov 27th 9:30 am-12:30 p.m.
Grindstone guide, Sean Patterson will be keeping with the Fall Steelhead theme and will be tying some of his late season Steelhead Nymphs and guide patterns for those cold water situations that require a slow presentation. Sean will be at the podium from 9:30. Until 12:30 p.m. sharing these patterns and the methods of fishing them for success. All are welcome to observe and ask questions.
In The Classroom Saturday November 27th 9:30am-2:30pm
Learn the art of fly-tying with Bill Spicer of Grindstone Angling
The introductory course is for those who are just starting, we will cover the basics teaching all aspects of fly-tying and the tools needed. You will begin tying simple patterns and learn the techniques of applying materials to the hook. By the end of the course you will have progressed to tying a dry fly for trout and will be ready to move into all levels of intermediate fly tying. Grindstone will supply all tools and materials needed for this class. Seating is limited. Please call or e-mail to hold for cost and to reserve your spot at the table.
Fall Steelhead Outings,
As I stated in the e-mail last week, we are now receiving the late fall precipitation and water levels have risen greatly in our Migratory Rivers. As we suspected, great runs of fish are running the rivers now. The smaller tributaries to the lakes are settling down a little with some coloring still in the waters but good for Steelhead fishing. The Larger waters are still high but gradually coming down to fishable condition. Next week will be a great week out with not a-lot of precipitation in the forecast and reasonable temperatures hovering between 4 and 6 degrees every day.
Saturday December 4th
Grindstone Anglings annual Christmas open House And Sale
Flyfishing product Representatives and much More…..
24 Mill Street North, Waterdown, Ontario, Canada 905-689-0880