Fly Tying Workshop It can't be said with any certainty when the first person cast a tied fly into Adirondack waters, hoping to land a fish. We do know - from paintings, artifacts, guidebooks, newspapers, and magazines - that fly fishing was a popular activity here as early as the 1840s. And the tradition of Adirondack fly tying couldn't have been much far behind. Now you can follow in their wader steps by learning to tie your own flies, in this introduction to the art. The workshop will show you how to select and effectively use hooks, materials, and tools. Spaces are limited, and pre-registration is required.