The purpose of this introductory course is to provide a beginner with the most basic look at the world of fly fishing. This class is for the “never ever”.
The class is a one day, four hour class that begins with 2 hours of classroom instruction at the shop, covering knots, basic rigging, the basics of dry fly fishing and nymphing, and learning the basics of entomology.
The second part of the class is conducted at a nearby park and students are taught the fundamentals of casting, simulated drifting, simulated landing, and river etiquette.
Equipment is provided if needed.
Graduates of this class will be equipped to set up their rod and reels with the correct combination of line, leader, tippet and flies for fishing most conditions, and will learn the fundamentals of casting.