Monthly Archives: January 2010

Today at Jimmy’s January 28, 2010

Pott flies, especially the sandy mite, are going through a popularity rebirth around the Rocky Mountain west.  In response to your requests for materials to tie the venerable sandy mite, we now offer packaged light brown (tan) horse mane,  traditionally used to weave their bodies.  We also have orange floss in two and four ply types, the other material needed to weave these classic  Montana patterns.   We recommend hooks such as,  Daiichi 1560, Dai-Riki 075, Mustad 3906, and TMC 3761 for sandy mites.  Don’t forget the 6/0 black thread!

Today at Jimmy’s

We have set some new Fly tying classes for the New Year. We have 3 beginning classes that will go for 5 consecutive weeks from 6:30-8:30 on the respective nights. The class is $50, and students need to either purchase a kit or provide their own materials. Listed below are the starting dates:

Wed. January 13th

Mon. January 18th

Tues. Feb. 2nd

If you would like to learn how to tie flies this is your opportunity. We have very experienced and patient instructors who are willing to help you learn the basics of fly tying. Call the shop today to reserve your spot. 524-7160. If these dates don’t work for you call the shop and get your name on our list and we will contact you when we have new classes scheduled. You can also check out our classes page on the website by clicking here