We have several events scheduled and our Spring class schedule is set so now would be a great time to see what our Classes offer to the Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, fly fishing angler, and those interested in Spey casting.
We will have a casting pond set up which gives you a true sense of the fly fishing experience. We will also have Sage, Winston, Temple fork Outfitters, and Cabela’s rods available for those wanting to try them out in a water situation.
Here is the schedule for the events:
Introduction to Fly Fishing and casting.
Learn how to select your first fly rod, and reel combo, choosing a leader and tippet, fly fishing knots, flies, and casting the fly rod.
Scheduled for Saturday 11am to 12pm / and Sunday at 1pm to 2pm.
Intermediate Fly Fishing and Castings Techniques.
Choosing the right rod for dry fly fishing, Nymphing, and Streamer techniques, knots for rigging a two fly setup, casting and line management and mending techniques.
Scheduled for Saturday at 12pm to 1pm / and Sunday at 2pm to 3pm.
Intro to Casting the Spey.
Learn what a Spey rod is and how to select your first rod, reel and line setup. Understanding what a Spey Cast is, fishing techniques, and flies used to catch Steelhead.
Scheduled on Saturday 2pm to 3pm. / And Sunday at 12pm to 1pm.
An introduction to Advanced Casting Techniques for single handed fly rods.
Applying single hand Spey casts for those difficult river situations that you thought you could never fish before by applying roll casting techniques like the double spey, snap “T” and others. We will also show line management casting techniques for you saltwater anglers, like the single haul, and double haul.
Scheduled for Saturday at 3pm to 4pm. / Sunday at 3pm to 4pm.
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See you there!