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The PHWFF Virginia Region is hosting a virtual winter fly-tying event from 1-5 p.m. EST on January 26, and invites everyone to attend and spend the time talking about fly-fishing, fly-tying, and just catching up.

Bill Campbell, the Regional Coordinator for the Virginia region has successfully hosted multiple virtual fly-tying events, and hopes this one will be just as fun and successful.

Some of the special guests include Chuck Coronato, Newsletter Editor of the Catskills Fly-Tyers Guild will be tying one of his winter favorites, the Pink Squirrel! Campbell invites you to bring your favorite winter fly patterns, your “must have” patterns for that first fishy spring day, and stories behind your favorite patterns.

To register for the meeting please click HERE or the button below.

I’ve invited some special folks to kick off this event! If you know someone who is willing and has the capability to share a pattern with us, please reach out. We’d love to have local patterns, things that work for you in your area, and just anything you’d like to bring to the discussion!

Phwff virginia regional coordinator bill campbell

For more information you can reach Bill at Bill.Campbell@projecthealingwaters.org. To join the virtual event please follow this LINK

PHWFF Program Manager Amy Milne sharing her Yellow Sally pattern

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