"A good gamefish is too valuable to be caught only once" -Lee Wulff


We are a fly tying club located in Sinclairville, NY.  Country Kids on the Fly is dedicated to promoting the sport of fly fishing and fly tying.  We tie flies every Monday night 6-8 pm at the Sinclairville Free Library.  We accept all skills levels from beginner to advanced. 

 If you would like to contact us you can email us at countrykidsonthefly@gmail.com for more information. 

Be sure to check out our new Fly Tying Blog and Fly Tier's Resource Page. There you will find step-by-step fly pattern instructions for trout, steelhead, salmon, bass, pike, and carp.

Sinclairville Days

Greg Little tying Pink Lady Sucker Spawn

Christmas Party

The annual Country Kids on the Fly Christmas Party will take place next Monday (December 3) at the Sinclairville Free Library 6:00-8:00pm (normal class time).  We will have beef on wec, drinks, and chips; feel free to bring to pass if you want.  Eric Peterson of A Perfect Drift Outfitters and Tyler Straight of Autumn Siren Flies will be demonstrating steelhead flies for the class. 
Come Join In On The Fun!!!   

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Greg Little at (716) 962-3635, Art Estus (716) 485-3919, or email us at countrykidsonthefly@gmail.com.

Steelhead fishing has been good the past few weeks.  Get out there and fish before the snow comes!

Beginner Steelhead Fly Selections are now available from Autumn Siren Flies.  Each selection contains 88 high quality, expertly tied flies for the local steelhead water. 

Tight Lines,

Country Kids on the Fly

Fly Tying in Sinclairville


We had a great class last night, everbody had a great time.   We tied the Hares Ear Nymph, a great pattern for trout and pond fish.  11 tiers showed up and many flies were tied.  Hope to see everyone next week!

CKOF Tier gets Award at State Fair


Honorable mention for 4H fly tying. Brittany Woodard sent her flies to the Chatauqua County Fair as well as the New York State Fair. Congratulations to Brittany!
Brittany's Flies that made it to the NYS State Fair