The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum will present the 2012 Arts of the Angler Show, to be held at the Ethan Allen Inn I-84, Exit 4, Lake Avenue, Danbury, Connecticut.
- $12 per day,
- $20 for both days
- (students under 16, $5 per day)
Saturday, November 10
- 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- 5:30 p.m.: a special price
- fixed dinner
- 7:15 p.m.: live fly tackle and accessory collectible auction
Sunday, November 11
- 9:00 AM – 3:30 p.m.
- Discovery Auction at 10:30.
Over 100 tables featuring:
- Over 30 of the most popular fly-tyers will be tying at eye level, including Brandt, Fishy, Mead, Patlen, Schecter, Hidy, Cohen, Nikocevic, Likakis, Corwin, Graves, Hartman
- Brandin, Gallas, Aroner, Kretchman, Van Burgel, Scott, Smith, Downes, Horowitz, and other fine bamboo rodmakers
- Vast array of collectible fly fishing tackle and collectibles
- Tie your first fly with the Housatonic Fly Fishing Association
- Bring your Hardy Fly Reel and get it tuned up at the Hardy Booth
- Hooks, Feathers, Fur, Beads, Thread…everything you need to tie any fly.
- Books you never thought you would ever find will be here.
- Rod Racks, hand crafted rod tubes, contemporary tackle and more.
- Special Presentations: Furling with Kathy Scott, The Flymph Legacy of Jim Leisenring and Pete Hidy by Lance Hidy, Bruce Corwin up close with Wally Wings & Peccary Bodies, Peggy Brenner Tapping Arts Council funds for Rodmakers and Fly tyers.
- Live Auction items: Rods, Reels, Letter from John James Hardy to Roy Steenrod regarding Theodore Gordon’s death; A dozen framed salmon flies by Frances Stearns, artwork, etc. Saturday night.
- Discovery Auction (see for yourself on Sunday)
All Attendees will receive a free copy of Paul Guernsey’s HC book email@example.com, the future of fly fishing.
- Call: (845-439-4810)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds benefit the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum.
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