With plenty of free tying materials to go around, Tribe Members could tie until their heart's were content.To help with the ambiance we even brought in a musician to play classic rock sounds, because what's better than that while tying flies all night long and hanging out with friends? The only thing better than the free beer were the new Postfly Tribe Member coozies that arrived the day before the event. Perfect for keeping tall boys from freezing your hands on a wintry night.
Postfly and Jack's Abby Brewing go together like feathers and thread. Thanks for sponsoring the event Jacks Abby and Lagunitas!Watch A Highlight Reel Of Postfly's Vise Nite Below! Because we love our Tribe Members, we gave everyone who came a raffle ticket and gave away a handful of Postfly swag like beanies, hats and gift subscriptions. Liz Fagan (below, left) and Stella Gearty (below, right) both one a free Centerfold Beanie to warm their noggins on the river all winter long.
Postfly raffle winners Liz Fagan and Stella Gearty show off their brand new, and free, Postfly Centerfold Beanies.
Tribe Members drove down from all over, even Maine, to tie some flies and hang out at Postfly Vise Nite.Postfly's Ben Duchesney (below) sat down behind the vise and helped out a few Tribe Members tie their first fly. We had plenty of fly tying kits scattered throughout the tables to make sure that even beginner tyers could whip up some fish-catching patterns. Even people that had never even though to tie a fly before were trying their hand with a bobbin and were turning out patterns left and right.
Postfly's Ben Duchesney shows a few new Tribe Members how to tie a simple zonked bunny tail streamer.We're going to try and throw a Tribe Member meet up about once a month, so stay tuned for the next one. We're still recovering from the wild night last week, so January's meet up will probably be pretty casual, but get ready to throw down some flies for February's, that plan is already looking pretty cool. Sign up for Postfly now.