In his presentations, Henry not only tells you what materials to use in a fly pattern, but why certain materials are superior to others and he shows you the difference from a fishes prospective."

John Leonard

Executive Vice President

PA Council of Trout Unlimited

PRESENTATIONS

I am available to do a slide show presentation, fly tying demonstration or fly tying class at your shop, club or group meeting. Contact me to discuss your interests and rates. The following Power Point presentations run 50 to 60 minutes in length. Programs can be delivered in-person or by Zoom

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FLY FISHING KETTLE CREEK'S CLASS A WATERS

Kettle Creek is one of Pennsylvania's premier fly fishing destinations and includes more than 130 of Class A Wild designated streams that offer great headwater fishing for those willing to take a walk off the beaten path. Learn about these waters in the Kettle Creek drainage.

TERRESTRIAL PATTERNS & TACTICS

Summertime and fall fishing often means one game on many streams and good fly patterns to imitate ants, beetles, hoppers and crickets are critical to being successful. My favorite patterns to match them are discussed along with tackle and tactics to help improve your late season success.

A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE, FLY FISHING PENNSYLVANIA'S CLASS A WATERS

FLY FISHING PENNSYLVANIA'S HATCHES AND STREAMS

Pennsylvania has over 86,000 miles of running water with over 15,000 miles designated as wild trout waters and many more that haven’t been assessed. “A Walk on the Wild Side” takes you to some of the Keystone States best headwater streams and discusses tactics, tackle, flies and the need to protect them.

After four years in the works the "Keystone Fly Fishing, The Ultimate Guide to Pennsylvania Water" releases in January 2017. This presentation focuses on the key hatches the Keystone State offers and the best streams to find them on.