The March meeting will have Bob Anderson showing everyone how he ties his Hellgramite pattern and Bob will also have some of his other "larger" nymph patterns.
This is the time of year that you want to think about using these larger patterns. The water is still cold enough that the fish are sluggish. They will be more willing to move for a larger meal than a smaller one so the Hellgramite or a similar nymph pattern is ideal.
Look for more patterns on this blog as the season progresses. I will attempt to keep up with the local hatches and post patterns that will effectively imitate them.
For the new flyfisherman out there. Remember, there is a steep learning curve with fly-fishing so utilize the members of this club and you will significantly lessen that steep curve.
Our weekly flytying sessions are over, and we will move our weekly meetings outdoors. Look on the Bulletin Board for more information on this. We will probably get things rolling in a week or so.