Fly-tying describes the making of artificial flies used for fly-fishing. Fly-tying is a historical practice on the Miramichi River, and considered by many to be an art form. If you are interested in learning more about fly-trying, the Miramichi Salmon Association encourages you to contact your local fly-tying group.
New Brunswick Fly Tying Groups
|Organization||Address||Phone Number||Meeting Time||Meeting Location|
|Dieppe Flying Tying Club||245 Lafayette Street, Dieppe||(506) 874-0196||Tuesdays at 6:15pm||Dieppe Scouts Club|
|Fredericton Fish & Game Association||461 St. Mary’s Street, Fredericton||(506) 461-1899||Sundays at 7:00pm||Fredericton Seniors Centre|
|The Hammond River Angling Association||10 Porter Road, Nauwigewauk||(506) 832-1230||Thursdays at 6:00pm||Porter Road Conservation Center|
If you belong to a NB-based fly-tying group that would like to be listed on our website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.