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FLY TYING TAKES NIMBLE FINGERS, ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND TIME

Posted: March 6, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Gary Rowland of Bella Vista teaches an advanced group how to tie a green fuzzy wuzzy fly Monday during a fly tying class led by the Bella Vista Fly Tyers inside Riordan Hall in Bella Vista.
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Gary Rowland of Bella Vista teaches an advanced group how to tie a green fuzzy wuzzy fly Monday during a fly tying class led by the Bella Vista Fly Tyers inside Riordan Hall in Bella Vista.

If you find yourself in the presence of a woolly bugger, a green fuzzy wuzzy or a Montana nymph, you’ve probably wandered in to a fly tying class.

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Finished flies sit on a stand Monday during a fly tying class led by the Bella Vista Fly Tyers. (By: Jason Ivester)

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Pat Patrick of Bella Vista puts the finishing touches on a Montana nymph fly Monday during a fly tying class at Riordan Hall.... (By: Jason Ivester)

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