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Yampa Valley Fly Fishers to meet Feb. 8

Yampa Valley Fly Fishers February meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8 at Rex’s American Grill. This will be our annual fly tying meeting and will feature fly tying demonstrations by some of the finest tyers in the Yampa Valley.

Steve Henderson, of Henderson Fly Fishing, will be tying his flash back pheasant tail nymph, followed by other highly productive nymphs.

Paul Russell, of Yampa River Outfitters, will tie his signature Pablo’s Cripple and branch out into other successful dries for the Yampa River.

Bennett Colvin, of Yampa Valley Fly Fishers, will demonstrate jig hook nymph patterns, deep sinking flies that hang up on the bottom less, and former Alaska guide Greg Breslau, of the Yampa Valley Fly Fishers, will focus on streamer patterns for large trout.

The group also hopes to feature some up and coming youth tyers.

This is a great opportunity to learn about new patterns and the most effective ways to fish them. The meeting is free and open to the public.

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