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Fly Fishing Fundamentals (Spring 2021)

When:
Thursday, April 1, 2021, 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM
Where:
Online (via Zoom) [NOTE: You must be a member and login in order to register.]
CA  
Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Alan W Christian
Lead Instructor
Category:
Class/Instruction
Registration is required before Monday, March 29, 2021 at 12:00 AM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Capacity:
16
Available Slots:
10
$50.00
$50.00
This class is designed to To satisfy the needs of those club members who have yet to be adequately exposed to the basic knowledge and skills of fly fishing. All members of the family - spouse and children 15 years and older are welcome. It will provide the beginner with enough information including knowledge of equipment, casting, basic entomology, fly selection, knots, and reading water for their initial experience with the sport. This seminar will provide a wealth of "how to" information coupled with, hopefully, accomplished basic casting techniques from which to further build his or her fly fishing skills and knowledge. Casting and knot tying instruction will take place at a later date, with invites sent out to all students. 

The class fee is $50.  If you are not a club member, you must first join the club and then return to this screen to register for the class.  The club membership fee is $45 and can be paid online here. The fee includes syllabus and membership for non-members. Family members (spouses and children under 21) are covered under one primary membership.

This class will take place over three 1½-hour Zoom sessions, April 1, 5 and 7, 2021. Instructor Alan Christian will lead the class. This class will be limited to 16 students. Casting and knot tying instruction will take place at a later date, with invites sent out to all students. 

All students should leave this class with a wealth of "how to" information coupled with, hopefully, accomplished basic casting techniques from which to further build his or her fly fishing skills and knowledge. All graduates will be invited to the Almanor Small Creeks outing Jun 22-25, 2021.