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This Saturday
Oct. 23
on The Tying Bench:

Flies for Delayed Harvest,
Part 1

To further help you get ready for Delayed Harvest fishing, we're excited to spotlight Delayed Harvest flies in the next two editions of The Tying Bench!

     This Saturday (Oct. 23) we will focus on worm and egg imitations for use in DH waters. We'll tie a San Juan Worm variation, an Enhanced Y2K, and the incredible 3-D Sucker Spawn.

     Then, next week (Oct. 30) we'll tie the Lightning Bolt Streamer (one of my personal favorites) as well as a specially designed topwater fly, the DH Dry.

     These sessions will draw from our popular Delayed Harvest Fly Tying Kit, which includes materials needed for each of these patterns with plenty of materials to tie at least 60 great flies.
     I'm sure that you’ll enjoy tying and fishing these neat beetle imitations!

     Look here for a complete list of materials that we'll use, or pick up the DELAYED HARVEST FLY TYING KIT for everything that you'll need to tie this week's flies as well as next week's flies (Oct. 30). The kit is available from many fly shops and also from our webstore here at

     I look forward to tying some great DH flies with you!

Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. Eastern
Meeting ID - 852 1685 0878
Passcode - FlyTying23

The exciting TIE IT & TRY IT DELAYED HARVEST FLY TYING KIT includes materials and red tying thread for tying the flies which we'll be looking at on Oct. 23 and Oct. 30 on The Tying Bench.


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This Thursday, Oct. 21, live on Zoom at 7-9 p.m. Eastern


The votes are in, and flyfishers agree: Nymphing is one of the most effective ways to approach many trout waters!

Would you like to learn more about nymphing techniques and about how you can put them to work on the water? Then make plans to join us on Thursday, Oct. 21, from 7-9 p.m. for an exciting NYMPHING 101 Introduction to Nymphing clinic on Zoom!

This clinic will teach you what you need to know to jump into the exciting world of nymph fishing.

During the first half of this program, here’s what we’ll cover:

* The nymphing approach – why it’s so effective
* Nymphing gear
* Leaders for nymphing
* Fly selection
* On-stream techniques

During the second portion of this program, we’ll actually build some nymphing leaders – including the highly effective tag-end nymphing leader! You’ll learn how easy it is to set up your nymphing leaders for optimum performance, and I am betting that'll translate into more success for you on the water!

To get the most out of the hands-on portion of the program, you’ll want to have the a few things on hand so you can build your own nymphing rig in real time.

1) Three-pack of 7.5 ft (plus or minus) 5X tapered leaders. 
2) Spool of 5X mono tippet material
3) Spool of 6X mono tippet material

4) Two of your favorite nymphs to work with ... maybe one in size 14 and one in size 16. Your choice of patterns, as these are just for learning some leader-building skills.

5) You’ll also need some nippers or nail clippers (for cutting the mono leader material).

Of course, you can also just observe and learn. But there’s nothing like hands-on experience, and we hope you’ll jump right in for the hands-on part too! 

Make plans now to join us for this one-of-a-kind clinic. It’s just the thing to help you get ready for exciting nymph fishing all year long!


Date: Thursday, Oct. 21
Time: 7 p.m. Eastern
ZOOM meeting ID: 869 3191 5358
Passcode: Nymphing


Get ready for Delayed Harvest trout fishing in Georgia!

November 1 is a red-letter day for Georgia trout fishers. It's the opening day of Georgia's exciting Delayed Harvest trout season, and our GEORGIA DELAYED HARVEST TROUT GUIDE will help you learn what you need to know to get in on the fun during the coming DH season!

     This lively and practical guide will teach you about Delayed Harvest fishing and fish, with must-have tips and insights on flies, tactics, stream access and more. It belongs on every Delayed Harvest angler's bookshelf!

The GEORGIA DELAYED HARVEST TROUT GUIDE is available from select fly shops and on Amazon, and signed copies can be ordered from our webstore. Get your copy today, and get ready to discover this incredible trout fishing opportunity!     


Here's a Tie It & Try It (tm) kit designed specifically to help you learn to tie glow-in-the-dark flies!

BRAND NEW on our webstore! 

Tie It & Try It


Fly Tying Kit!

Here's an exciting and innovative fly tying kit that makes it easy and fun to experiment with tying and fishing "glow in the dark" flies! 

In this kit, you'll earn to tie thee exciting patterns using glow-in-the-dark materials. The kit includes plenty of extra material, too, so you can experiment with adding glow-in-the-dark elements to other flies too.

I'm betting you'll have a great time experimenting with glow-in-the-dark flies - at the tying vise and out on the water too!

This kit, as well as packages of glow-in-the-dark beads and glow-in-the-dark dubbing, is available from our webstore -- order yours today!


International customers: 

Please contact us regarding shipping prior to ordering. Thank you!


NEW! Chattahoochee Hatch Chart!

Check out our new Chattahoochee River Hatch Chart here.


Want to get in touch?

At and Chattahoochee Media, our goal is to help you get the most out of the great outdoors. Please contact us if we can help you in any way:

+ To learn more about our books, tying kits and other products.

+ For fishing info to help you plan your trip (we're glad to help!).

+ To set up a program or workshop for your group or organization.

+ For questions about an order.

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