9:30am – 11:30am
Steven Fernandez – Creativity in Fly Tying
Discussion on the aspects of creativity that one can introduce into fly tying. Bringing in references and examples of aesthetic production from outside the world of fly tying, such as art, architecture, and music.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Jerome Molloy – Tying Hair-wing Salmon Flies
A presentation on the techniques used in tying effective hair-wing salmon flies.
2:30pm – 4:30pm
Garren Wood – Kumihimo - Gathering of Threads
Kumhimo translates to ‘gathering of threads’ and has been being used in Japan for well over 1,000 years. This presentation will look into how to incorporate kumihimo into fly tying, including materials, techniques, and patterns.
9:30am – 11:30am
Jeff Dickey – Historical accuracy vs modern methods
Discussion on tying for historical accuracy and methods vs. modern methods, materials and look. Discussions on the use of substitute materials, glue, wax, etc.  Aesthetics of the fly; challenging oneself; creating something both useful and beautiful.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Matt Bagshaw – If it’s not married, it’s mixed
A demonstration on how to interpret, assemble, and tie mixed wing flies; with a specific look at the numerous wings described in Francis Francis’ work, “A Book on Angling”.
2:30pm – 4:00pm
Paul Little – The Rachis reconstruction method for winging Dee and Spey flies
How the process of mounting materials (Bronze Mallard, turkey and other soft materials) can be improved on Dee and Spey flies. The techniques will be explained and demonstrated and a couple of complete flies dressed.
9:30am – 11:30am
Hunter Bachand – Tools of the Trade:  tools to tie better salmon flies
A demonstration of the various tools used in fly tying, and how to use them to improve the quality of your salmon flies.   Additional instructions on buying, or making specialty tools.
12:00pm – 1:30pm
Gary Tanner – Fishing for Salmon on the Miramichi
A presentation on the beauty of fishing the spring, summer and fall seasons on the Miramichi, including gear, flies, and of course, the fish.