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Will Be at Flymart in Royal Oak this Saturday for a 4- hour session on tying. there is a cost & I don't know how much space is there, Thought I'd pass it along.


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I know the cost is $60.00 and there were 6 spots availible. I will be at the shop tonight, so I will get additional info in case somebody is interested. Seems to me there is some kind of presentation that he is doing following the class with no associated costs for anybody that wanted to come!?
 

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TYING NEW STEELHEAD PATTERNS

WITH JEFF "BEAR" ANDREWS



Spend the day with one of the Midwest's most innovative and well-known fly tyers. Jeff will be conducting an all-day, hands-on seminar showing you how to tie some of the coolest, best-producing steelhead patterns for our Great Lakes steelhead. Please pre-register, as we will be including lunch with the seminar and need to have an accurate head count. Fee of $25 includes a delicious lunch, refreshments, and materials to tie the flies Jeff will be covering.


SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 2004

10 AM-3 PM

Little Forks Outfitters ~ 143 E. Main St. ~ Midland, MI 48640
Phone: 989-832-4100 ~ Fax: 989-832-1893 ~ Toll Free: 877-550-4668
 

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if the class is only 25 bucks i recommend taking it. i took one with him last year and it cost me 60 bucks for 5 hrs i think. alot of good patterns learned.

but i will warn you, he will use alot of material not available to the regular joe. he kept using one in alot of his patterns that he was saying he got from a guy he knows in england and isnt on the market yet. kinda disapointing if you ask me, but i have found other substitutes for his stuff.

bring a notebook and copy everything you can. if you are allowed to bring your vice, all the better ( we were allowed to but we only had 8 people in the class)
 

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You can bring your vise to Little Forks. If you feel uncomfortable about bringing your vise let John know you brought it. He knows what vises he has in the store and upstairs.

There is a nice sized classroom type area that Little Forks uses for the classes. They do not overbook, it is a fist come first served deal. I was first so I feel secure.

If you are interested in getting fly tying material that Jeff "Bear" Andrews uses, maybe John can make some kind of a deal with a group purchase. It would be worth asking about.

Be warned, the last free semminar that I attended there I ended up spending $70+ dollars there for more fly tying goodies.
 

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Heres the info that I found out:

Jeff "Bear" Andrews Will be tying at Flymart January 10th, 2004 in the morning. He will also be doing a presentation that afternoon.

His class is sceduled for 10 AM and will last four hours. Cost is $59.95 and is limited to six fly tyers. He will then break for lunch and jump right in to a presentation that afternoon.

Flymart Fly Shop - 1000 N. Main Street - Royal Oak - Michigan
248-584-2848


I didn't have a chance to find out if they have spots open, but if you are interested you can call them.
 
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