Fly-tying classes forming in North Kingstown
The Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Fish and Wildlife is offering a program this fall for anglers interested in developing and improving their fly tying skills.
Hosted by the Division’s Aquatic Resource Education program, the program will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on six consecutive Mondays beginning on Nov. 8. The program will run through Dec. 13. All classes will be held at the North Kingstown Community Center located at 44 Beach St.
The program is designed for both beginning and intermediate fly-tying enthusiasts. Highly skilled fly-fishing instructors will teach the arts of knot tying and fly tying. All of the equipment and fly-tying materials are included with the registration fee. The cost is $6 per class or $30 for all six sessions with preregistration.
The registration form can be obtained by contacting DEM’s Fish and Wildlife field headquarters at 789-0281. To pre-register, all participants must mail in the registration form with check/ money order made out to the ARE Program. Mail completed form and fee to ARE Program, DEM Fish & Wildlife, Arcadia Hatchery, 1 Summit Rd., Hope Valley, RI 02832.