Events at the fly shop

Gather around our community tying table for our weekly fly tying night, a fly tying class, or one of our featured special events. Be the first to know about our events by signing up for our newsletter below.


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Fly Tying Night

Fly-tying night at Bozeman Fly Supply on Thursdays. Bring your vise, tools, materials, and beverages to tie some flies. This is not a class but an invitation for all to get out of the house, get behind the vise, and have fun with fellow tiers.

The fly- tying table will be open at 6 pm, and we will stay open until 9 pm. This is a FREE event, and the shop will be open to purchase materials if you need them.
  • DATE - Thursdays
  • TIME - 6 pm to 9 pm.
  • COST - FREE!
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Fly Tying Classes

Intro to Fly Tying Class.
This class is for the beginning fly-tyer who wants to learn the skills to begin tying their own flies. In this class we will introduce students to the various tools, materials and concepts used to tie flies. The class is limited to 5 students. Students receive 10% off materials during the duration of the course.
  • DATE - October 4th - October 25th.

  • TIME - 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
  • COST - $120.
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Fly Shop Special Events

Euro Fly-Tying Class: For the intermediate fly-tyer looking to explore the umbrella of European and Tight-Line style nymphing, as well as the flies/tying styles commonly associated with these techniques. This class is limited to 5 students. Students receive 10% off materials during the duration of the course.
  • DATE - November 1st - November 22nd
  • TIME - 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
  • COST - $120.
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