FLY TYING

 

Ogmore Angling Fly Tying Club meet regularly on Monday evenings throughout the close season at the Railway Club in Bridgend,

Coity Road,

Bridgend

CF31 1LR

 

 

they welcome novices and experts alike. If you'd like to learn a bit more about fly dressing in a relaxed atmosphere or start from the very beginning you'll meet a friendly group of fly dressers who'll happily share their skills with you.

 

We're very lucky to have some more input from "Peter Ross", who has tied and videoed 28 new flies, all painstakingly filmed to a high standard and available his YouTube channel - here's the list.

  1. EGG LAYING SPINNER (KLINKERHAMER STYLE)              http://youtu.be/PgM38iZohPY
  2. TYNE TOUCAN                                                                      http://youtu.be/mRt2L0qhuWI
  3. MAYFLY                                                                                  http://youtu.be/0sSKYXmhLgE
  4. SPENT STONEHAM SPINNER                                              http://youtu.be/sA9TTV8cd-Q
  5. HASLAM                                                                                 http://youtu.be/hdB248BVvYM
  6. AQUATIC SPIDER                                                                  http://youtu.be/sHZvbmTdmuI
  7. DEPOSITING GRANNOM                                                     http://youtu.be/7NiZTRbp05Y
  8. FOAM BEETLE (DRY FLY)                                                     http://youtu.be/f7c2Ea7_4Dg
  9. CLARET DABBLER                                                                 http://youtu.be/Mr9VMJMkXBI
  10. IRON BLUE (DRY FLY)                                                           http://youtu.be/XwsUirajCIQ
  11. ADAMS (DRY)                                                                       http://youtu.be/L2ou4RycEk4
  12. KNOTTED MIDGE (DRY FLY)                                               http://youtu.be/xKw8ZwYSmFg
  13. ROYAL WULFF (VARIANT)                                                  http://youtu.be/xZ4MzYxU2t0
  14. SILVER SHRIMP (SALMON OR SEATROUT FLY)               http://youtu.be/llJnLEbJ_F0
  15. RED STOAT TAIL                                                                   http://youtu.be/njBSSxeQHfg
  16. CASCADE (SALMON FLY)                                                    http://youtu.be/Kixt9lIRMPA
  17. HOLOGRAPHIC OLIVE CRUNCHER                                    http://youtu.be/30AL5oJoSPg
  18. HAWTHORN                                                                         http://youtu.be/0B1-4MTP2S4
  19. WATSONS FANCY TRADITIONAL STYLE WET                  http://youtu.be/Ti4pUDDWVVg
  20. WILLIE GUNN (TUBE FLY)                                                   http://youtu.be/yLHmXTKEmRs
  21. RED EYE GRASSHOPPER                                                     http://youtu.be/8dFlDR1Mz0s
  22. SNELDA SALMON/SEWIN FLY                                           http://youtu.be/-J9Mxr3tizk
  23. DIAWL BACH                                                                        http://youtu.be/it2xYxlrXow
  24. BLACK AND CLARET BUMBLE                                            http://youtu.be/vIRvUJMwIOc
  25. BABY DOLL (VARIANT)                                                        http://youtu.be/7XKey36_Lt0
  26. SHUTTLECOCK EMERGER                                                   http://youtu.be/FvBJYcS_tjg
  27. ANGLERS CURSE (CAENIS)                                                  http://youtu.be/9S3kkPvPMgA
  28. GRIFFITHS GNAT AND DOUBLE BADGER (DRY FLIES)    http://youtu.be/hJ_UZDXosU0

                                                                      

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The fly tying club end of season bash at Glycorrwg Ponds.

 

One gentleman who typifies the ethos of the club is "Peter Ross" who has painstakingly filmed hours of instructional videos full of tips and tricks to help fellow fly tiers along their way. This section of the website has been inspired by his dedication to the craft and the contribution he's made to the knowledge base within the club.

 

Click on the image below to visit Peter Ross's YouTube channel