River’s End Tackle Offers Winter Seminars, Class Schedule

Knot Tying will be the seminar topic on February 19. Photo of Arbor Knot, Wikimedia.

River’s End Tackle in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, will host the following seminars and classes to see you through the winter.

January 25: Noon – 3:00 p.m.: Saltwater Fly Tying

Show up with a vise (and sense of humor) and tie along some of the best local tiers.

February 5: Trolling for Trophy Stripers

Local pro Capt. Bruce Millar reveals how he trolls for jumbo bass without wire line.

February 2, 9, 16: Rod Building

Q Kresser will teach the basics of building a rod. Three evenings, reservation and fee required, call shop for details.

February 12: Casting for Trophy Stripers

Capt. Jim White describes his innovative approach to casting artificials for stripers.

February 19: Knot Tying

Tackle rep Bill Lentine will have his knot-testing machine on hand to test popular knots. There will also be demonstrations on how to tie effective knots, as well as a knot-tying contest with prizes.

February 26: Stripers in the Connecticut River

“Q” Kresser & Pat Abate discuss the river’s world-class spring fishery.

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