Introduction to Fly Fishing

Introduction to Fly Fishing

This course is geared towards beginner fly anglers and people interested in taking up fly fishing. Four classes will introduce participants to the basics of equipment, how to tie knots, fly casting, entomology of lakes and rivers, fishing tactics and fishing ethics. The course will end on a high note with a field trip for some dry fly fishing.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discover the basics to equipment and methods for fly fishing lakes and rivers
  • Study entomology of lakes and rivers
  • Examine various fishing methods and ethical practices
  • Discover and employ various fly fishing knots: clinch knot, mono non-slip loop knot, perfection loop, nail knot and surgeon’s knots
Instructor: Price:
$150.00
Plus tax
Price Includes:
  • Basic leader, flies, and tippet
Location:
Prince George
Session:
Spring 2017
Date & Time:
17 May 2017 to 14 Jun 2017
  • May 17, 24, 31 and June 13 & 14, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Registration Deadline:
May 7, 2017

Course Requirements

Waders and a fly fishing rod (either can be loaned out for the course for those who do not have them).