Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Paul Wolflick Service

Hi Cathy—Paul’s service will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Winston Ward Chapel
340 NW Glenhart Ave, Winston Oregon 97496
Saturday September 28 at 11:00am. 

Luncheon will be held afterwards at the church. Everyone is welcome to stay for lunch & fellowship.

Memorial contributions: 
Project Healing Waters or Casting for Recovery  
(I’m trying to get contact information for these) 
If anyone wants to get in touch with me contact Cathy Hamilton, Tom Collett, or Dave McCants.

 Thank you for sharing this with our friends. 
 Take care, Annabelle 

Monday, September 16, 2019

Paul Wolflick

Hi Tom -- I just spoke with Annabelle.  She told me that Paul passed away this morning.  There WILL be a Celebration of his life ... details are being worked out and will follow.  Donations can be made to CASTING FOR RECOVERY in Paul's memory.  I'm sure Annabelle would appreciate any cards or notes that people would like to send.  For her address contact Cathy Hamilton, Tom Collett, or Dave McCants.

Could you please put this information up on the blog, to share with our group.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

September meeting Revisited

Kevin Daniels Always brings something good.
Kevin made the Wally Wing look too easy. 
Here are some photos taken at the meeting

Monday, September 9, 2019

Auction Items

Tom Corbiere needs auction items for the meeting tomorrow.

Sunday, September 8, 2019

This Tuesday and Friday Reminder

Tuesday-SOFT Meeting

Friday-Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing

Details on both elsewhere in this blog

Monday, September 2, 2019

September 2019 Meeting

Southern Oregon Fly Tyers
Meeting on Tuesday, September 10, 2019
6:00 PM

8401 Old Stage Road, Gold Hill

Most of us are familiar with wings made from feathers in various fashions, including pulling off barbs on one side and pulling the barbs down on the other side, to simulate mayfly wings. These are made one feather for one wing. However, fewer of us are familiar with what are called Wally Wings. One set of Wally Wings are made from one feather, by stripping one side of the stem attached to the barbs, and then the other. Thus making a matched pair of wings. This is done after tying in the feather to the hook. Kevin will demonstrate how to do this precisely and efficiently.  
 If you have not seen these done, you will be fascinated with learning how to do them. If you have tied them, you will appreciate the demonstration of how to do them efficiently, because you know that, while they are neat and beautiful, they require practice to learn. And you will appreciate picking up hints on how to do them.
One of the great things about what we do at these meetings is learning new and interesting techniques that make our tying more enjoyable and satisfying. I know I truly enjoyed learning how to tie Wally Wings, and practicing to be able to tie them better. 

Dan Kellogg will be manning the Tech Table again, and, as you all know, most of us will learn new techniques, or learn them better. And, as I already said, this enriches our tying and the enjoyment of practicing it. I am intentionally not telling you what this presentation is about, but I will tell you that it is an area that usually gets little attention, yet is much more important than the attention it gets.
This is a meeting you do not want to miss!