Skip Morris Presentations:
Fly Fishing & Tying Talks and Clinics

There are a broad variety of Skip Morris presentations and each is a blend of information and humor.

Author, Instructor, and Sportsman's Show Speaker

Skip is the author of twenty–two books on fly fishing and fly tying (among them, Fly Tying Made Clear and Simple, Morris & Chan on Fly Fishing Trout Lakes, Trout Flies for Rivers, 365 Fly Fishing Tips for Trout, Bass, & Panfish, and Top 12 Nymphs for Trout Streams: How, When, and Where to Fish Them), and has spoken for sportsmen's shows, fly-fishing shows, and fly clubs in Arizona, New Jersey, Toronto, Alabama, Illinois—all over the US, Canada, and overseas.

Since the Covid pandemic hit in 2020 (and, unfortunately, is still a concern now), Skip has been performing his programs via Zoom. The Zoom platform has allowed Skip to keep speaking and teaching, and has allowed him to extend his reach to fly clubs and organizations that would have a difficult time affording all the costs that come with traveling to speak—having Skip live, in the corner of the projection screen at a live club talk (or having him present to members in their homes) can cut your costs by, often, 75%, over flying him out to speak in the flesh (no airfare, no hotel, lower speaking fees . . .).

In addition to his 50–minute PowerPoint show, Skip will perform a half–hour fly tying demo at no extra cost. The video camera we use for the tying demos allows excellent close-ups so everyone can clearly see the fly and tying steps as he ties them.

To find out more details and to hire Skip to speak via Zoom for your fly club or show, you can contact him here:

Click here to see Skip's list of PowerPoint talks and presentations...

Click here to see Skip's list of fly-tying clinics...

Click here to contact Skip about a fly club or show talk...

The links below take you to a list of Skip Morris presentations, including both Zoom PowerPoint shows and fly-tying clinics.

Master fly tier Skip Morris demonstrating fly tying techniques Skip performing a fly tying demonstration
with a camera-feed to the big screen.