Want to advance your fly casting techniques? Fundamental mechanics will be quickly reviewed as you gain techniques to increase your casting distance and develop better line control. Advanced casts will be taught such as aerial mends, double and single haul, single-handed spey, and many others. Learn ways to successfully fish in windy, tree-infested, or fast current areas, as well as placid, wide open-lakes. Instructor is Federation of Fly Fishers certified. Class is limited to 10 students, 14 years and older. Prerequisite: Fly Fishing Techniques or permission of instructor.
Explore fundamental mechanics and principles of fly casting and fly fishing on local streams while enjoying the fall outdoors. For those new to the sport as well as those looking to improve their techniques. The instruction focuses on the casting, line handling, and fly presentation techniques on moving water. Learn several casts to allow proper fly presentation in a variety of situations and stream conditions to deal with wind, current, and obstructions. Knot tying, dry fly presentation, and nymphing techniques will be presented. Three different streams will be explored providing the students a chance to enjoy fly fishing in picturesque locations. Students will need to provide their own waders and must have a valid non-tidal and trout fishing license. Additional guidance will be provided prior to class via e-mail.