(extracted from the Winter 2018 issue of Flydresser) One of the beauties of attending fly-tying shows like BFFI and fly-tying demonstrations where you can get close up to the fly- tyer is getting to ask and hear about...Read More
It is not difficult to dress a fly. It’s simply a matter of learning a few basic techniques. Having the right tools and materials makes the job so much easier. As a beginner, you will face the combined weight of many different...Read More
The third John Hardeley* Memorial competition was contested by eight members of the FDG’s Wessex branch, as ever held at Woodington Trout Fishery in the Test valley. It was cold, but no ice-breaking this year. The motley crew...Read More
2023-24 Fly-Tying Competition The patterns for the 2023/24 Fly Tying Competition have been published in the Summer issue of Flydresser and are also set out in
2023-24 Fly-Tying Competition
The patterns for the 2023/24 Fly Tying Competition have been published in the Summer issue of Flydresser and are also set out in the Fly-Tying Competition page of this website, together with the full details on how to take part. The competition is open to members of the Guild and caters for varying levels of skill and experience. It’s a good way of building and testing consistency in your tying.
Entries must be received by 5.00 p.m. on Saturday 30 March 2024 at the following address: The General Secretary, The Fly Dressers’ Guild, 2 Briar Close, West Byfleet KT14 6QF.
August 12 (Saturday) - March 30 (Saturday)