November Meeting

Thanks for the great turnout last Saturday !!!
Well, our next meeting will be November 21st at the King Library Administration Bldg. in Issaquah starting at 9:00am. Breakfast at the Issaquah Cafe at 8:00 if you want to indulge.
The Fly:  Orange Parson
Hook: 2/0 to 5/0
Tag:  Silver thread and lilac floss
Tail:  A topping and tippet in strands
Body:  Orange, silk,orange, scarlet, and fiery brown seal’s fur in equal sections
Hackle:  A lemon Hackle
Throat: Cock of the rock (orange hackle)
Wings: A pair of GP tippets  veiled with cock of the rock (or an orange feather as in photo), 2 or 3 toppings
Sides:  Barred wood duck
Cheeks: blue chatterer
Horns:  Blue and yellow macaw
Orange Parson by Marcelo Malventano
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Other NEWS:
Please pay your dues of $40.00 USD made out to NWASFG at the meeting and give to Steve Brocco  or mail to:
Steve Brocco
36515 SE 56th
Fall City WA 98024
United States of America

1 thought on “November Meeting

  1. Jim Ballweber

    Hi….
    I’m wondering if I might be able to attend your meeting on Nov. 21st, to get a feel for your group. I’ve been tying steelhead flies for almost 30 years now, starting with John Farrar’s and Bob Aide’s marabou flies and Randall Kaufman’s Deschutes flies, and more recently based on old Spey and Atlantic salmon hairwing patterns and variants of my own, though I admit that I have tied a few Intruder-style flies, too. Years back, I took an Spey fly tying class from Glenn Wilson at the old Morning Hatch in Tacoma, and a few years ago took a different Spey class from John Olschewsky at Puget Sound Fly Shop in Tacoma. So I’d like to attend one of your meetings to see full-dressed Atlantic salmon fly tying, and see if it’s for me.
    Thanks….
    Jim Ballweber
    Tacoma, WA

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