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Northwest Fly Fishing Outfitters

June 21st 5-9PM Blane Chocklett Fly Tying Class

June 21st 5-9PM Blane Chocklett Fly Tying Class

Regular price $150.00 USD
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Northwest Flyfishing Outfitters is excited to host Blane Chocklett on June 21st for four hours of fly tying greatness.  For four hours we will be watching and learning as Blane teaches us tips and tricks for his Game Changer platform of flies that has transformed many different species.

For those who are unable to make the in person we will be offering a remote option that will bring you to the class without leaving your house or couch.

Guide, Designer & Author

Blane grew up fishing the small mountain streams near his home in Blue Ridge, Virginia. As a youngster, he started a guiding service and, in the late 90s, opened Blue Ridge Fly Fishers in Roanoke, Virginia. Blane has worked for years to create patterns that have all the intricate nuances of flies with the strike-generating action of conventional lures. The Chocklett Factory currently produces many of his most popular patterns.

A decade ago, Blane returned to the river where he now owns and operates his guide service specializing in float trips for musky, smallmouth bass, stripers, trout and many other species. Blane also hosts trips internationally and in the United States.

Blane is the Southeastern Field Editor for Fly Fishermen. He is an advisor or brand ambassador for many of the industry’s top brands: Patagonia, Temple Fork Outfitters, Scientific Anglers, Costa, Yeti, Sightline Provisions, Renzetti, Adipose Boatworks and Hog Island Boatworks.

Editor of Fly Fisherman Magazine, Ross Purnell, says:

“Chocklett is one of the great creative minds in fly tying. He builds on our traditions and history, but he isn’t restricted by them. His flies have not only provided solutions to age-old questions in trout fishing, they have allowed us entry into new waters where carp, muskies, stripers and wipers, and every other sort of bass are now an equal opportunity for fly fishers.”

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