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Arthur 12-18-2005 09:04 AM

North East Fly Tying Competition
 
Northeast Fly Tying Competition
Sponsored by the
United Fly Tyers, Boston & World Fly Fishing Expo.
March 10-11, 2006

Seven categories – Junior & Senior Divisions

$350.00 Grand Prize to Senior overall winner :chuckle:
Plaques & $50.00 cash to Senior category winners
$1000.00 scholarship to Junior overall winner
and paid to school of higher learning of winner’s choice :Eyecrazy:

DEADLINE FOR ENTRY: JAN. 14TH 2006

OPEN TO NON-PROFESSIONALS ONLY

Finalists MUST appear and tie at the World Fly Fishing Expo. at Shriners Auditorium in Wilmington, MA. On Saturday March 11, 2006

For more info, CONTACT: Rick Southgate,
e-mail: blue.fish@verizon.net
Mail: 85 Warren Ave., Essex, MA. 01929
Tel 978-768-7471

jared 12-28-2005 09:25 AM

If anyone wants the list of prelim patterns, shoot me a PM or Email.

-Jared

juro 12-28-2005 10:31 AM

Jared -

Can you post the pattern list? Sounds like fun

jared 12-28-2005 10:46 AM

Reference: Fly Patterns of Umpqua Feather Merchants by Randall Kaufmann

Junior Pattern List
Preliminary Segment:

Dry Fly:
Madam X (page 51)

Wet Fly:
Wooly Worm, Yellow & Grizzly (page 109)

Nymph:
Bead Head Zug Bug (page 78)

Streamer:
Mickey Finn (page 116)

Salt:
Tropical Punch (page 163)

Bass:
Brass Hare, Black (page 134)

Salmon/Steelhead:
Roe Bug Pink (page 126)


Senior Pattern List
Preliminary Segment

Dry Fly:
Hemingway Caddis (page 46)

Wet Fly:
Soft Hackle Partridge & Orange (page 104)

Nymph:
Brassie (page 79)

Streamer:
Zonker, Purple & Black (page 118)

Salt:
Bonefish Bitters, Amber (page 152)

Bass:
Red head, Red & Green (page 143)

Salmon/Steelhead:
Dredger, Purple (page 123)

Please refer to the original post for entry information.

juro 12-28-2005 10:59 AM

How does it work? Does the entrant need to tie one of each or is each pattern it's own category?

thanks

jared 12-28-2005 11:03 AM

Juro,

I believe the format is you tie 3 of each fly per category entered. You may enter as few or as many categories as you please. All the flies are then judged and the top people (I don't know how many) in each category qualify for the finals.

Best bet would be to contact Rick for the details. Note all flies must be received prior to January 14th to be eligible for the competition.

-J

baldmountain 12-30-2005 11:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jared
Reference: Fly Patterns of Umpqua Feather Merchants by Randall Kaufmann

Since this book is out of print could someone post the patterns? I could google them but they may not match the reference. I'd hate to be penalized for using the wrong material. (I tried the Umpqua site, but they just have pictures. No recipes.)

baldmountain 01-10-2006 10:22 AM

My flys are in. It's been a long time since I tied seriously but I entered 4 categories. :hihi:


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