|Date:||Wednesday, June 12, 2019|
|Time:||Open - 6:45 PM|
|Class - 7:00 PM|
|Place:||Aptos Grange, 2555 Mar Vista Dr., Aptos|
Over 25 years ago, Hans van Klinken developed this pattern to represent an emerging insect, and it is tied to be partially submerged and floating. I think this makes the fly visible to both the fish and fisher. Tied in different colors and sizes, it can represent a wide variety of emerging aquatic insects.
There is no charge for the class, and all materials are provided other than thread, which should be black 6/0. Bring your tools, vise and light. Novice tiers are always welcome, and the club does have setups for those who do not have their own. You may sign up at the June general meeting, or by calling Kirk. Sign-ups are necessary so that the instructor can prepare sufficient materials. If you sign up and later find you are unable to attend, notice of cancellation is appreciated.