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This class, in partnership with Thorne Ecological Institute, is perfect for the student who has taken Thorne’s Fly Fishing I Class or who has a good amount of experience as an angler. Students should feel confident in their basic casting abilities and have a desire to explore new fishing holes around Boulder County. This course builds upon basic and intermediate skills with an emphasis on maximizing our time on the river. We will introduce new knot-tying and casting skills, and increase our knowledge of stream ecology and insect life cycles. The week will culminate with Thursday’s overnight camping excursion in the Rocky Mountains, where students will have the opportunity to put their new found skills to use on a river and bond over their shared outdoor adventure.
NOTE: This class meets at different locations around Boulder County to provide the best place for the class’s specific subject matter. Parents will be e-mailed 1-2 weeks prior to class with directions to the specific locations and a gear list. Tuition includes class flies, but students should bring their own rod, reel, line, and a few flies (discount available at Front Range Anglers), and their own camping gear for the overnight. Tuition also includes transportation to and from the overnight (Th-F) in a 12-passenger van.